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Elvex QuieTunes Stereo Radio Ear Muffs - NRR 22 dB

Elvex QuieTunes Stereo Radio Ear Muffs - NRR 22 dB
SKU: EV-COM-660MPN: WELCOM660GTIN/UPC: 729294356609
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  • This product is imported. Country of Origin subject to change.

Product Description

  • A high-quality, low-cost model
  • To ensure a longer lifespan of the onboard electronics, they have separated from the hearing protection cavities…this mitigates the effects of sweat and other forms of moisture
  • Sensitive radio offers FM and AM reception, so that you may listen to music, your favorite sports team or talk radio show
  • Uses two AA alkaline batteries (included) and they are replaceable through an external battery compartment…a fresh set of batteries provides about 150 hours of operation
  • Automatic 4-hour shut-off feature protects battery life
  • The sound generated by the speakers is limited to a safe 82 dB level with the use of a gain limiter
  • Noise Reduction Rating (NRR): 22 dB


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