|Item Weight||16.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.8 x 5 x 8.2 inches|
|Item model number||R-02524|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required. (included)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Sound Level||24 dB|
|Included Components||1500 Hunting, Airsoft and Paintball, 1587 Paintball Accessories, 1587 paintball-protective-gear|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
Howard Leight by Honeywell Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Shooting Earmuff, Black (R-02524)
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- Built-in directional microphones amplify range commands and other ambient sounds to a safe 82 dB, providing more natural listening and enhanced communication
- Actively listens and automatically shuts off amplification when ambient sound reaches 82 dB; Noise Reduction Rating (NRR): 22
- Features low profile earcups for firearm stock clearance; adjustable headband for secure fit; compact folding design for convenient storage; Matte black color
- Includes AUX input and 3.5 mm connection cord for MP3 players and scanners
- Includes 2 AAA batteries; automatic shut-off feature after 4 hours increases battery life; approximately 350 hours of battery life
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From the manufacturer
- Ambient sound amplification
- Automatic noise-blocking
- Ultraslim earcups
- Padded, adjustable headband
- Folding design
- Snap-in ear cushions
- AUX Input jack & cord
- Auto shut-off (includes 2 AAA batteries)
- Black color
- NRR: 22
- Model: R-02524
Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Earmuff
The Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Earmuff offers the ultimate in safety and ear protection. The safety is delivered through distortion-free amplification (up to a safe 82 dB) of important low level sounds like range commands and conversation. The protection comes from instant blocking of any noise above 82 dB.
Designed for use at the range or in the field, this earmuff also features low profile earcups that won't interfere with when aiming. The headband is padded for comfort, and telescopes to ensure a secure, custom fit. An external audio jack lets the earmuff do double duty as stereo headphones when connected to an MP3 player or other audio source.
Full Situational Awareness
Directionally placed stereo microphones amplify range commands and environmental sounds to a safe 82 dB.
Block Hazardous Sounds
Amplification shuts off at 82 dB, and patented Air Flow Control technology provides optimal noise reduction across all frequencies.
Designed for Shooting
Ultraslim earcup with cutout allows for full clearance of stock.
Custom Fit & Comfort
Padded, telescoping headband adjusts for a comfortable, non-slip fit.
Convenient folding design for easy storage on the range or in the field.
Snap-in ear cushions make replacement easy and extend performance of earmuff.
Connect to external MP3 player, scanner or other audio device.
Low Energy Earmuff
Features auto shut-off after 4 hours and snap-on lid for easy replacement (includes 2 AAA batteries).
Fold out the earcups as shown.
Do's and Don'ts
At the range or on the hunt, the Howard Leight by Honeywell Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Shooting 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. For additional shooting hearing protection, it also actively listens and automatically shuts off amplification when loud impulsive sounds like firearm discharges reach 82 dB. Patented Air Flow Control technology allows for a slim earcup design that ensures your firearm stock has clearance while shooting. The padded headband features telescopic height adjustment for a comfortable, customized fit. An external audio jack lets you connect the shooting earmuff to an MP3 player, scanner or other audio source. The battery delivers approximately 350 hours of usage, and the automatic shut-off feature engages after 4 hours to help save battery life. All Howard Leight electronic earmuffs and safety eyewear are compatible for use with each other.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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We have our own private rifle and handgun range on our property, so we're always shooting. We also attend a number of carbine and pistol classes each year, where some of them are VERY hard on gear, but these muffs have taken a beating and keep on going -- even in a downpour! We're also big into the night vision world, so I was pleasantly surprised when the Team Wendy ComTac headset adapters worked with these muffs almost PERFECTLY (see photos I've attached to this review). No need to be wed to Peltor if you need to run ear pro on your helmet(s)!
Noise reduction is about the same as the Peltor units, but ambient sound amplification with the Leights is MUCH better. Where it was difficult to hear subtle sounds with the Peltors, the Leights give you Superman-like hearing! Yet another plus in the Leight column.
They Howard Leights -- in our extensive experience -- are: MORE durable, MORE comfortable, have MUCH better battery installation, LOOK better, FEEL like they're higher quality, PERFORM better, and now that we've discovered they can use the Peltor helmet mount adapters, there is simply NO reason to ever get another set of the cheap Peltors.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot, they're 20% CHEAPER to boot! Can it get any better? I don't see how.
The counterfeit ones have springs in the battery compartment and no inspection/quality control stickers. YouTube videos out there showing this.
5 stars for the second set I received
feel free to Check my references, I am a 15 year veteran of Live sound and own a recording studio in Maui
I am a Life member of the NRA and a member of the Valley Isle Sport shooters.
Shooting is my hobby, sound is my life.
I entrust my main professional asset to these head phones.
If you shoot mostly or exclusively at indoor ranges I would recommend the "Howard Leight R-01902 Impact Pro" earmuffs. They lower the sound of indoor shots down to an acceptable level.
I gave the earmuffs three stars because they work very well outdoors. I just wish they would have explained the problem with indoor ranges.
I thought my other "over the ear" type protection were awesome, but for about 20 dollars more, these are way more awesomer.
I can actually hear what's going on. It's a strange feeling to know that you can hear the low talking, and then barely hear a gunshot..
but it's a cool, strange feeling.
When I plug in headphones, I can hear them fine, but I can no longer hear outside noise. i don't know if this is discussed (and it's not a big issue for me).. but it's a thing.
I got a pair of teal for my girlfriend that were 8 dollars more (44) than my hunter green pair (36).. The black set is for the "1 percent" at 80 ish dollars.. seems ridiculous for a different color.