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Old 12-29-2009, 01:03 AM   #1
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Need to get hearing protection again. Last 2 sets of electronic muffs did not last at all. Any suggestions on electronic muffs. Tried the plug type. Did not like them.

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Old 12-29-2009, 01:05 AM   #2
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i personally just go with the old fashioned mickeys myself. not alot to go wrong and they are much cheaper.

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I have used a pair of these for years,
Caldwell E-MAX Low Profile Electronic Earmuffs (NRR 23dB) Green - MidwayUSA
At $18 they are cheaper than most non-electronic muffs, but work as well as much higher priced electronic muffs.

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Best electronic muffs on the market.

Pro-Ears ProMag Gold Electronic Earmuffs (NRR 33 dB) Green - MidwayUSA

Your going to pay for them though $299

Have you looked into custom molded plugs that are going to fit better and fell better than the orange foam plugs? Take a look at westone hearing protection. These are not cheap either but they are the best you can get.

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I use these Supreme Pro™-X Ear Muff

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I've got earmuffs very similar to these in design etc...actually are 'no name' but cost $90.


Don't think they work any differently to the Peltor brand which many people in my club have...which are er $179



Peltor Tactical 6S Stereo Electronic Earmuffs

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