These Honeywell Earmuffs Amplify Range Commands And Thus Are A Hunting Must
These Honeywell impact sport earmuffs are a necessity for hunters out there. This is what they do:
At the range or on the hunt, the Howard Leight by Honeywell Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Earmuff keeps you protected from hazardous noise and connected to your environment. It carries a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 22 in both on and off mode. When the electronic ear protection is switched on, it employs built-in directional microphones that amplify ambient sounds to a safe 82 dB. This allows you to hear important commands on the range and crucial environment sounds when hunting. As an added safety feature, it also actively listens and automatically shuts off amplification when loud impulsive sounds reach 82 dB. Patented Air Flow Control technology allows for a slim earcup design that ensures your stock has clearance while in use. The padded headband features telescopic height adjustment for a comfortable, customized fit. An external audio jack lets you connect the earmuff to an MP3 player, scanner or other audio source. Automatic shut-off after 4 hours helps save battery life.
Obviously, Honeywell is a trusted brand, and this positive description is no mere P.R. hype. Nearly 14,000 customers have reviewed these earmuffs, and 70 percent of them have given them the perfect 5 out of 5 stars reserved for exceptional products. In fact, these are so popular, they are the #9 best-selling item in the entire home improvement department. (No, I am not sure why this sports accessory is listed in the home improvement department). Oh, and in case it wasn’t already clear, these earmuffs are 53 percent off:
Don’t take my word for it. Here you can watch the guy from the picture above review the earmuffs.
WATCH Howard Leight by Honewell, Reviewed:
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