Howard Leight Leightning L2F Ear Muff NRR 27
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|Buy 5 - 9||and get 3% off|
|Buy 10 or above||and get 5% off|
Leightning series' steel-wire construction provides high performance and robust durability. Leightning stands up to daily use and abuse without compromising comfort. Howard Leight has optimized the Leightning series to deliver the highest level of comfort available, featuring an exclusive padded foam headband and super-soft ear cushions that eliminate that "squeezing” pressure on the head. The Leightning series also features Bilsom Technology’s patented Air Flow Control technology for optimal attenuation across all frequencies and snap-in ear cushions for easy maintenance.
AIR FLOW CONTROL TECHNOLOGY
Howard Leight's patented Air Flow Control delivers optimal attenuation across all frequencies, without increasing earcup size or weight. A patented baseplate chamber and high-tech non-woven layer manage the flow of air inside the earmuff to control how sound reaches the ear. The result is better, more consistent overall attenuation for virtually all industrial noise environments. Air Flow Control is a standard feature on all Leightning series earmuffs.
- Robust steel headband withstands demanding use, especially in tough environments
- Snap-in ear cushions make replacement quick and easy
- Padded foam headband delivers long-wearing comfort with minimal pressure on the head
- Three attenuation levels allow for targeted attenuation for a variety of applications
- Telescopic height adjustment remains fixed during use Delivers high degree of comfort; ideal for situations where compact earmuffs and reliable Noise-Blocking protection are required.
I bought this because I had the Howard Leight Leightning L3 NRR 30 ear muffs for about 15 years, but the inner ear pads were cracking, so I had to tape them. Maybe I could have bought replacements for that part if they were available. I lost them recently probably because they were so big, and took up a lot of space in my backpack, and I probably took them out of the backpack and left them somewhere. So I got these that pack smaller, and I'm buying the case on Amazon. However, I think I can really tell that they do not block out as much sound as the NRR 30 ones of this L2F ear muff. I use them when commuting, especially in BART, which is really loud in the tunnel between SF and Oakland, and on airplanes. If you sold NRR 30 ear muffs that packed smaller, I'd buy them in a minute!
Great! Even for larger heads