Dekoni Audio Nuggets | Headband Pressure Relief Pads-Bloom Audio
Dekoni Audio Nuggets | Headband Pressure Relief Pads-Bloom Audio
Dekoni Audio Nuggets | Headband Pressure Relief Pads-Bloom Audio
Dekoni Audio Nuggets | Headband Pressure Relief Pads-Bloom Audio
Dekoni Audio Nuggets | Headband Pressure Relief Pads-Bloom Audio

Dekoni Audio Nuggets | Headband Pressure Relief Pads

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Dekoni Audio’s Nuggets are the quick and easy answer to uncomfortable headbands, hotspots and more! It’s common to find headphones you want to love for the sound, but end up giving up on due to the weight of them or the quality of the headband.

Nuggets are designed to help redistribute the weight of those headphones, leading to reduced strain on the head and neck and allowing you to truly sit back and enjoy the experience.

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Increase padding directly on a sore spot by placing a Dekoni Nugget in between you and the headband, or reduce the load on that point by using Nuggets to fill in any gaps between you and your headband!

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Elwood Blanchard
Inadequate to deal with the mass and poor headband design of the Hedd Phones

I purchased these to help with the Hedd Phones. They are heavy and the headband inadequate at least for my head ( I have a bit of a peak). A better solution would be to use Sorbothane(polyurethane) with a 40-50 duromenter which I have been using. These appeared to be a more elegant solution but the memory foam (maybe?)which they appear to be filled with can't handle heavier loads. They completely collapse making them simply a load transfer device rather than a load dissipator.

Customer Reviews

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Elwood Blanchard
Inadequate to deal with the mass and poor headband design of the Hedd Phones

I purchased these to help with the Hedd Phones. They are heavy and the headband inadequate at least for my head ( I have a bit of a peak). A better solution would be to use Sorbothane(polyurethane) with a 40-50 duromenter which I have been using. These appeared to be a more elegant solution but the memory foam (maybe?)which they appear to be filled with can't handle heavier loads. They completely collapse making them simply a load transfer device rather than a load dissipator.