Amazon-Howard Leight Sync Noise-Blocking Stereo Earmuff $16.00

by Jana on March 5, 2014

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Do you ever have one of those days as a mom when you just want to escape to a tropical island? I am having one of those days and I just want to feel the hot sun with steel drums playing in the back ground. Knowing this is not going to happen, the closest thing I can do is plug in my earphones and play some island music on my iPod.

If you need a good set of earmuffs, head on over to Amazon where you can purchase the Howard Leight Sync Noise-Blocking Stereo Earmuffs for just $16.00 (originally $36) and will ship free with a qualifying purchase of $35 or more.

Product Details:

  • Comes with audio cable to plug in tor MP3 player, smart phone, or other personal listening device
  • Volume management technology manages output volume from portable audio devices to 82 dBA
  • Noise reduction rating of 25 provides protection from most low and medium levels of hazardous noise
  • Superior sound quality, includes one 3.5-millimeter input cable
  • No batteries necessary, control volume and power with personal listening device. Replaceable ear cushions.

These would be great on a plane, while cutting grass, or just to wear around the house while you blast music without disturbing anyone else. Amazon prices can change at any time so be sure to order now.

 

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