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Leightening Howard Leight Ear Muffs

4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Howard Leight
Part Number LM777
Specific Uses For Product Active Noise Reduction


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LEIGHTNING (NRR 30) earmuff blows the competition away with an NRR30 --- the highest available in the industry --- and unsurpassed comfort

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0001YXOG2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #388,649 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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I use these for hearing protection when shooting targets with .45 caliber pistols, which are pretty loud. The pistols, not the targets.

The old in-ear plugs I used before had finally worn out so got a pair of these.
The Leightening 2's fit comfortably enough and provide good protection from high-pressure sound levels. You can slightly hear people talking but they have to be pretty loud in order to understand what they are saying.

The headband is constructed of padded wires that run from one ear cup over to the other, and this wire is attached to the ear cups by means of hinged plastic pieces. They are sturdy enough for normal use but this might be a weak point for rough applications such as industrial use. I wouldn't try throwing them off a building or walking on them.

The inside of the muffs consists of a couple pieces of acoustical foam, so pretty simple, and the ear surrounds that fit against your head are a leather-looking plastic material over more foam.

These do not fold into a smaller space, they do collapse (as though fitting to a shorter head) so they take up a pretty good bit of space in your shooting kit, especially compared to ear plugs.

After awhile it is possible for the ear surrounds to get a bit sweaty, since they're made of soft plastic, I'd bet for a continued use application at work or strenuous hot activity they'd drive you nuts pretty fast.

For an hour's worth of target shooting they're a good choice, a little on the expensive side for non-electronic muffs, but they perform as expected. Having never tried a different design or brand I can't compare these with anything else.
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These are great comfortable ear muffs. We use them in a car repair shop, but I could also see them used with Heavy Equipment and other loud work places.
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I bought a pair for my sound-sensitive sister, but I ended up just keeping it. I love them! I live with noisy people and there's nothing like slipping on a little serenity. Can't beat the price!
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I used these at the gun range a couple of times and they work great. I did have a little trouble keeping them in place while shooting skeet. Good quality materials and construction. Two thumbs up!
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