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Works great

by Eric, from United States, FL Written on September 11, 2014
I bought these muffs because my other muffs didn't allow me to get a good cheek weld to my rifle. These work great and it is now possible to hear the range officers commands without lifting the ear protection. A good product....
Pros:
  • None
Cons:
  • none so far
Would recommend: Yes
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Howard Leight Impact Sport Electronic Noise Amplification Earmuffs R-01526

by Nickname, from United States, IA Written on September 3, 2014
These work great. Don't pay $100 for anything else recommended. These are as good as you can find for $49 there is no reason to pay more. They are slim line so don't stick out too far.
I had researched and emailed vendors which recommended something else. I finally oreder two differeent types but sent the other back.
In short: buy this one, you won't be sorry....
Would recommend: Yes
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Howard Leigh Impact Sports Earmuffs

by Aussie, from Australia, SOUTH AUSTRALIA Written on August 25, 2014
The Howard Leight Impact Sport electronic earmuff is a lightweight, compact and effective hearing protection system. It fits comfortably over my cap and I have no issues using it together with my safety glasses. It goes snugly over my ears, with a bit of manoeuvring, and remains comfortable for extended periods of use. The loud sounds of shots being fired are blocked out but I can easily follow normal conversations and instructions on the firing line. The auto-power-off feature is helpful with extending battery life. It folds away compactly for storing. The relatively low profile works for rifle and shotgun shooting. In my opinion this is a good value for money product....
Pros:
  • Compact and Light
  • Value for money
Cons:
  • Good fitting takes a bit of time
Best Used for:
  • all purpose
Would recommend: Yes
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Excellent ear pro!

by Paden, from United States, TX Written on July 30, 2014
These are great muffs. A little bit of an issue getting a good cheek weld on my Tavor but that's my only complaint. They cancel loud noises fine and the amplification of everything else is great. They are really comfortable and fold up nicely to fit in my gear bag. I would recommend these to anyone wanting quality ear pro and a decent price....
Would recommend: Yes
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Overall.... EXCELLENT!!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 5, 2014
I've used many different types of amplified muffs and these are my favorites so far. The aux. input would be handy for scanner use at races or music input if you're into that. The only downside to these are the tight fitting battery compartment. But the fellow who said that the batteries are "soldered in" is absolutely incorrect. These headphones use standard disposable/replaceable alkaline AAA batteries and are ABSOLUTELY NOT SOLDERED-IN!! That comes from both an experienced shooter (and user of amplified muffs) and an amateur radio operator (experienced with electronics)!! I recommend these muffs.
Pros: Comfortable, Low Profile, Fast "clamping" of loud sounds.
Cons: Battery changes are "finicky" but required only seldomly....
Would recommend: Yes
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Howard Leight Impact Sport

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, GA Written on May 26, 2014
I have two of these I use for competition. The ear pads could be a little more padded. I did get some of their removable cloth pads and they help in hot weather. Ended up getting the pads from Grainger. The replacement "hygene kit" is hard to find though.
Pros: Good buy for the money
Cons: All day wear starts to irritate head....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great ears

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, GA Written on April 28, 2014
I am hearing impaired and these work as well as my hearing aids. Voices are clear and loud but gunshots are muffled. It's clear where the batteries go, but it's hard to get off the cover.
Pros: Amplifies voices and suppresses gun shots
Cons: Hard to insert batteries...
Would recommend: Yes
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worst piece of crap ever

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, TN Written on March 15, 2014
I bought a pair of these a couple of months ago. I finally decided to try them out, but found out that the batteries were soldered in and are not replacable. They sent 2 new AAA batteries with the headset, but don't ask me why. You can't change the batteries without a lot of work.
Pros: none
Cons: batteries are soldered in...
Would recommend: No
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Best Muffs for the Buck

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AZ Written on January 24, 2014
After searching for a pair of muffs from $25 to $300, there was no doubt, these were the best for price, protection and slim enough to shoot my AR15, AK47 and HK 417. Muffs with better noise cancelation were far to bulky to be able to wear them when shooting my rifles, but then I found these after seeing a You Tube Video, and I was sold. The noise reduction is substantial. However, if you are shooting indoors, I would suggest you where plugs and the muffs. Personally, I do that whether indoor or out; simply because I know several people who have been around guns most of their lives, and didn't protect themselves. Now they all have hearing deficits. I would rather over protect than under protect. These are the slimmest muffs you will find anywhere, and it enables you to shoot with just about any gun, with no interference because the muffs have such a slim profile. The only problem I had was getting the muffs to seal off my ears really tight. Unlike more expensive muffs where you can adjust the band, on these muffs the band is fixed. You adjust the fit but adjusting the position of the muffs themselves. They are so light and comfortable, you just may forget you have them on. The batteries are easy to change, and the unit has an auto shut off in four hours, just in case you forget to shut them off. Howard Leight's Sport Muffs are the best you can buy given the parameters I was looking for. Good hearing protection, lightweight, thin profile, and they fold up smaller than any muff...
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Would recommend: Yes
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Good value

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, NE Written on January 16, 2014
Best pair for the price much better than Walkers (Junk) and Peltor (battery changing)
Pros: good build, one button on, if left on will auotmaticly shut off
Cons: might fit a little tighter...
Would recommend: Yes
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