|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.4 x 9.6 x 4.3 inches|
|Item model number||RST-63005|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Stanley RST-63005 AM/FM Earmuff with AUX Input
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- AM/FM radio feature
- Lightweight design for all-day comfort
- Includes two AA batteries with 140 hours of battery life
- Automatic shut-off feature after four hours helps preserve battery life
- Noise Reduction Rating of 23
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I have owned 2 pairs of Peltor headphones over the past 7 years. I wear headphones constantly both inside and while working outside. I listen to talk radio the vast majority of the time. I live in the Los Angeles Area, so my signal strength is pretty good.
My last Peltor headset works fine but after 4 years of constant use they have picked up a funky character that won't clean off. I can't count the number of times I dropped them and they still work fine.
The reception of the Stanley unit is about the same as the Peltor. It is slightly directional with AM signals. FM seems solid.
The Stanley headset quality of sound is not as bright as the Peltor Headset. It has a muffled quality because of the lack of high end sound.
The volume of the Stanley headset is not as loud as the Peltor. With the Peltor headset I would never turn the volume up to max because it would be too loud. The same can not be said for the Stanley headset. I can listen to the Stanley at full volume while mowing the lawn and wish for a bit louder volume. This may be a deal breaker for those of you who wear headphones while working with noisy equipment. I listen to talk radio, this may not be a problem for those of you who listen to music.
The top of the headphones is shaped plastic. The cups can be moved up and down but it is not adjustable for fit like the bendable metal Peltor headset frame. I have a large head and they are pretty tight. The exterior size of the ear cup is identical to Peltor. The Peltor have a larger pad area. What this means is a more narrow area of padding against your head. The cup pressure is applied to a smaller area around you ears. In my opinion not as comfortable as the Peltor headset.Read more ›
I just got them, so far its 5 stars, used them for snow blowing today and it kept the noise down and could listen to classical music with good sound quality.
Only confusing thing is...when you use the audio jack you have to turn the volume all the way down (not off), then control the volume from your MP3 or player, otherwise you will also have radio at the same time.
UPDATE 22 MAY 2012
Well it has been 2 years now since I originally left a review. I still am very satisfied with this product. I am still on the orinal batteries that I installed. I would still repurchase this.
Compared to my earbuds, these are fantastic for listening to music while mowing or using the leaf blower/sucker. I can have the music at lower (safer) levels and hear the music well, and they actually stay on my ears as I'm moving around.
Sound quality is about what I expected for $35 and this type of product. It's okay, but it's not going to compare to a good set of audio head phones. Given the typical user will probably be using this with loud outdoor equipment, the sound quality is just fine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product. Comfortable to wear and provides good noise suppression. Would be a 5-star rating if there was a visible number tuning window. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve
My husband really likes his earmuffs. He rocks out when he is riding the John Deere Lawn Tractor He said I did goodPublished 6 months ago by Joy W
My husband loves his head phones. He works in the construction business and these heads phone protect his ears from the sharp noises while allowing to listen to his favorite radio... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Momof2