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Pro Ears Ultra 33 Passive Hearing Protection


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  • Pro Ears Ultra Series passive hearing protection. Ultra high noise reduction rating of 33. Ultra comfort for long term wear. 1 year warranty.
  • Pro Form Leather ear seals, and padded, adjustable headbands are extremely comfortable for long term use.
  • Weighs only 12 ounces. Full cup design for added protection. Available in black, green, pink and Pink Realtree Camo
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Pro Ears Ultra 33 Passive Hearing Protection + Howard Leight MAX-1 Foam Ear plugs Uncorded NRR33 (20 Pair)
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Product Description

The Ultra Series advantage is the great comfort and noise attenuation and the Pro Ears warranty. The comfortable Pro Form leather ear cushions and the padded and adjustable headband make all day use a breeze. The rugged design and use of sound deadening visco-elastic foams provide an industry leading NRR of 33. Perfect for indoor and outdoor range use.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 4.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00117XML0
  • Item model number: PE-33-U-B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Customer Reviews

The head band is all plastic.
D. lawrence
This headset is very comfortable and does a good job in reducing the loud noise.
K. Ingwerson
Outstanding product, great customer service.
Rich Walton

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By H. Fijalkowski on March 1, 2009
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Purchased two different brands of hearing protection. This brand and the Peltor Optime 105. The plastic piece on the earpiece broke after a couple of weeks. Right now it is halfway attached. I'm waiting for it to break completely. No comparison, the Peltor is much quieter and cost less too.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By William A. Huggins on November 24, 2009
The Pro Ears Ultra 33 is not worth the money and is poorly made of cheap plastic. The pivot that attaches the ear muffs to the headband broke on one side after about two weeks. Terrible product. Don't waste your money. Zoom in on the picture provided and you will see what I mean.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Keko on February 17, 2009
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The positive:
1) They work very well. I have used them with hot .357 ammo in a Ruger GP100 and the noise level was much lower than with other hearing protection I have used. 357 ammo is very loud...FYI.
2) The leather is especially nice.
3) Fit and finish is very good.

The negative:
1) They are physically HUGE. Great for handguns...probably will not work well for rifles due to the size. They take up a lot of space in my range bag.
2) I have a large head (7 and 1/2). The top band is sized for a smaller head...not too bad though.

I would recommend these and would buy again. I have high standards, thus the 3 stars. I got exactly what I expected to get.

PS- The vendor I used was great: fast shipping and well packaged.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Oz Survivor on July 30, 2013
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I so hate to write this review! But I FINALLY gave up on Pro Ears. They are such nice people and so nice to talk to. I bought my 1st pair in 2011. Since then I've bought 11 more! WHY! Stubborness! A head band would break and I'd go to Cabela's or Amazon and buy another. I obtained replacements from Pro Ears. I became friends with their engineers. I had a chemist friend TELL them what is WRONG in the pastic resin they use. Last year they said "we have an improved version coming!". Great!

Wrong. The new band was from a new Asian? supplier (a guess) with the band SMALLER and TIGHTER (should have been LARGER and MORE flexible)! I TOLD them this over and over! Their customer service rep finally told me "you are misusing them and breaking them. You will have to buy future replacements. I was sooo careful with them! Well, I'm now buying a dozen bands to return them to like new then giving them to friends as spare hearing protection. The original was the quietest most comfortable of ANY hearing protector! Those of you who have owned yours less than six months the plastic WILL break as it ages. Guaranteed. I've now reluctantly ordered Peltor Ultimate 10. Metal headband and said to have same attenuation. I was the absolute MOST loyal Pro Ears customer! So losing me they have lost it all.

Perhaps their higher end electronic products will carry them through. I hope so. Nice people but they blew me off and now even Cabelas says "do not buy this product - the head band breaks after 6 to 12 months". People were not returning them for replacements as they knew the new bands are even worse than the old ones! Nice people but you must listen to knowledgeable customers. I had a PhD chemist test the plastic and identified the problem - a slight change in the plastic resin composition (he said) plus larger form factor for the head band would have fixed it. Too late now. The product is dead.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shane Renard on June 3, 2010
I have the Pro Ears Predator Gold series. I will not go hunting afield without them. The comfort level is bar-none and the audio levels are out of this world. I found this product indispensible when hunting for Deer, Turkey, and Predator. Uncanny how far and quiet sounds are so clear and natural and importantly, I'm able to pinpoint the sound. Nothing sneaks up on me when I'm wearing my ears.

When I take my shot the ears deaden the shot with instant response time. This was the exact product I was looking for to help me save my hearing but also provide me the ability to increase the range of hearing.

I also own a set of Pro Ears for sporting clay shooting and all I can say regarding both pairs is the quality and comfort of Pro Ears are second to none. I have to admit I do abuse my set and after three years of hard use, some scraps on the muffs, replacement batteries and sealing rings, they are like brand new. I cannot say enough good things about this fine line of products and I've looked at the other brands. No contest. Pro Ears is top drawer. I highly recommend them to anyone.

Thanks again Shane Renard.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By L. Kerr on June 16, 2012
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Easy to forget you have them on. No ringing of the ears after several hours at the range with 9 mm
pistol and 45 auto.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 22, 2011
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The Pro Ears Ultra 33 earmuffs are luxury items for your ears. The light weight and large ear cushions make these earmuffs very comfortable. They are so comfortable that you can wear them for hours at a time. The only con is that they are a bit bulky. If Pro Ears could make a lower profile set with the same 33 NRR I would buy those, too.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian FitzGerald on August 1, 2011
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I fly a Quicksilver ultralight. The engine is positioned just above and behind my head. It is a two cycle engine running at 6250 rpm on takeoff. This motor puts out an ugly, grating sound. I generally cruise at a setting of 4650. In addition I have a 68 inch Powerfin propeller that puts out its own brand of noise. I love flying this airplane but hate the noise. This hot summer I decided to try flying without my helmet which I have reinforced with a lot of soundproofing. I bought some goggles from a motorcycle shop for my eyes. I tested the concept by using some ear muffs I have had for years. They were OK but I wanted better. After no small bit of research I found these 33 db drop ear muffs. As far as I can tell they are the best sound attenuation you can buy. Now that I have been using them for a couple of months I can say they really perform as advertised. They are excellent. Now, saying that I must add a codicil. I combine the wearing of these ear muffs with the insertion of some 33 db earplugs called Hearos. This is a standard procedure for maximum hearing protection. So, you want to do both. But, I guarantee you the wearing of the earplugs by themselves is far less effective than the combination of the two and possibly the ear muffs are the more powerful protection of the two by about 55% to 45%.
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