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3M Peltor H10A Optime 105 Earmuff
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- Noise Reduction Rating of 30dB
- Superior comfort, fit, and hearing protection
- Patented twin-cup design
- Recommended for extremely loud conditions
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Top Customer Reviews
You're likely comparing (and if not, you should) this Peltor headset along with the top=of-the-line Bilsom: the Bilsom Thunder T3 is the best constructed headphone/ear protection I own. A have several by Peltor, and the one most comparable to the T3 is the Peltor H10A. The Peltor is not as well made; the over-head piece on the T3 is much better--it actually clicks into place and does not move. The Peltors are all wire, and move easily. I would say, if many people are going to use same headset (such as different shifts at a worksite), Peltor might be better as it's easily adjusted by just sliding on the wire. The T3 are better at a single set for your head size and it does not move.
The Peltor H10A might actually be a tad more comfortable for my head hat size at 7 3/4. The T3 is tight, and cannot be adjusted out for looseness. I'd rather wear the Peltor H10A for a protracted period of time than the Bilsom T3. If my head were smaller, I think the T3 would be fine.
The Bilsom T3 blocks sound better than any Peltor I have owned (I have owned about three models of Peltors). It's as simple as that.
Both have, because of the larger ear cup size (compared to lower profile, usually less protective for hearing, models) the ability to keep your head straight when dozing on an airplane. You know how people use the cervical neck pillow U-shaped things so they won't kink their neck to one side when they sleep on a plane? Well, you won't need that with a high-profile larger cup size sound protection like these---they stick out from your head enough that you will sleep with head straight ahead regardless. This is a "plus".Read more ›
That's where these bad boys come in. I put them on, turn my back to the TV, and it's like I'm magically transported to some far off land where I can study.
*Work really well to block out ambient noise
*Foam pads are pretty comfy
*Adjustable to fit my big head
*Whenever I see myself in the mirror I laugh b/c I look like a doofus (that may be a pro)
*I look like I work at the airport
*My ears get sweaty I wear these for a long time
*Sometimes I feel stuffed up when I wear them (like when you're sick and you can't swallow)
*Some noise does get through, but it's not much.
I'm being pretty nitpicky on the cons. For the money (under $20) these are a solid investment and really have helped me buckle down and study... for that job at the airport. :)
I wear these earmuffs three to seven hours a day while performing technical work in an industrial area where vacuum cleaners, air hoses, high frequency whines/squeals from electronic equipment, and boom boxes (why these people want to add to the noise level defies comprehension) are common.
It is impossible to carry on a conversation while wearing this product; you cannot hear what anyone is saying unless they shout, and even then, it is difficult to understand them.
I considered noise cancellation headphones, but rejected them because most of the annoying noises in my workspace are percussive, impact-type noises of a non-repeating nature. Noise cancellation headphones work best with steady-state noises.
Although the earmuff is a bit snug (lots of pressure against the side of my head), I am reluctant to spread the earmuffs apart for fear of decreasing the excellent sound deadening ability of the product. In addition, my ears are somewhat large for the available space inside the earmuff. I compensate for these "problems" by making frequent small adjustments in the earmuff's position on my head.
I highly recommend the Peltor H10A earmuff. I own a 17db Peltor product that I use while mowing the lawn, and fully intent to replace them with the 30db version.
I received the Peltor set and man, oh man, does it eliminate sound!! What pc whine? What pc! This headset completely eliminates those little sounds that drive you crazy. I recommend it for those who have noisy neighbors or roommates, barking dogs, drippy faucets, etc. It is amazing. Loud noises can still be heard, so the headset does not interfere with normal life and is not a safety hazard. They are comfortable on the ears, are fairly lightweight, and fit very(!) snugly.
If you can't concentrate due to small, annoying noises, you would probably benefit from using this headset. The price is very reasonable, considering the benefits.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Although bulky, I really like the performance of these muffs. I shoot in trap leagues and I'm comfortable feeling my hearing is well protected.Published 3 days ago by OldOwl
Wow. I use these for mowing the lawn. Very light (tho a little tight over sunglasses). Cuts out noise completely. Great purchase. .Published 7 days ago by JTT
Work great for autistic kids. There have a remove able foam piece in the headphones. For snug on a 11 year old's head. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jen
My child has Sensory Processing Disorder and loves to wear these when he wants to shut out outside noise. I use them myself when I blow leaves and they REALLY work!Published 10 days ago by fotopug
Great for an indoor range the sound is muffled well. Can hear someone as long as they speak loud you can hear them. Great for the price.Published 11 days ago by MAURICE THOMAS
Excellent earmuff. It's ideal to use for noise reduction especially when wacking weeds.Published 25 days ago by Cesar V Mujer
Ordered these after seeing reviews saying they are good for large heads. I wear 2xl helmet and get headaches from hearing protection that is too small. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Mike