Best Ear Protection Options Under $50 – 6 Different Options Compared
Best Ear Protection Options Under $50 – 6 Different Options Compared
Tacklife Ear Muffs: http://amzn.to/2DMfdh0
Pro For Sho Ear Muffs: http://amzn.to/2FtqqDo
Decibullz In Ear: http://amzn.to/2FupEpJ
Sonic Defender In Ear: http://amzn.to/2DLLuEU
Howard Leight Electronic Ear Muffs: http://amzn.to/2GwiUcv
Walker’s Razor Slim Electronic Ear Muffs: http://amzn.to/2GxVDqz
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Can you use the in ear ones with the over ear ones for extra protection?
I ended up getting the Walker’s from the Amazon link will let you know how range day goes
Great review. Are there any over the ears over $50 that are worth the increase over the Walker Razor Slims?
Is it just me or do the decibullz i own fit perfect
Hello, was wondering if you could recommend a pair of ear protection 50 or under for indoor shooting, electric and pink in color. Ty
Where can I find the second electronic headphones? I need to get those for band class.
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The SureFire Sonic Defender version you showed I’m the Amazon screenshot was a solid core, which gives 26 dB of noise blocking. However, the version you tested had the removable hearing plugs and I think two flanges on the hear inserts, which would make them the EP3 with 24 dB of protection. I’ve never tried them, but they do look interesting.
Thanks for the review!
Perfect, thank you for the advice, very good review
FYI: Those decibuls are not rated for shooting, they make an 80$ pair that are, but I have yet to hear anything good about them.
If you paid less for the Impacts than the Walkers, sounds like you may have got one of the counterfeit models which was very common for a while. You can tell by checking the battery compartment- if there are springs rather than tabs, it’s counterfeit.
There are some other subtle differences, but that’s the easiest one to check. If you go to the Amazon page, there are customer images showing the real vs counterfeit ones.
Nice video. I was actually getting ready to buy my first electronic ear muffs which I was looking at peltor sport Range guard. I like to know can you use rechargeable batteries in these electronic ear muffs thanks
The first in ear set is the same style 3m is being sued for only it has a little extra rubber
If you buy from Amazon, you are funding the destruction of America.
1:50 lol 😆
You should try the Earmor M31 or M32 if you want comms
What kind of jacket is that?
I’m sure to be the odd man out here. I love the Hyken chair. I bought that chair for all my employees and we all love it. Also, I’m looking into the walker’s so thanks for the review
The decibullz would be better for outdoors
I have both the Walkers and the Howard Leights and I agree with your findings. I’ve had the HL’s for 3 years now and they work great with long battery life. The Walkers beat them with the padded seal that goes around your ears. It’s much thicker and more comfortable, and it seals better around eyewear than the Howard Leights. I also think the Walkers are more comfortable and look better.
Your grading scale is ridiculously subjective.
Thanks for this Video It makes me decide for the Walkers razor, also you got a new subscriber.
Hey there would you say the Sonic defender’s are better than foam ear plugs? I currently use foamys at a power plant where I work but was looking for something better.
I recently bought the same pair of Walkers, they are definitely NOT for the range… Ive taken them to the range twice and the sound was still so deafening, I just went back to ear plugs. I haven’t shot with them out doors yet but I think that’s where they would be better suited, rather than indoors.
Tacklife are using the SNR system (34 ) , this is not NRR !!
Do the Walker Razor Slim Electronics have to have the batteries to work? I get that the batteries would be needed to be able to hear someone talk, but if you run out of battery power or forgot to swap out to new batteries before going out shooting, would they still reduce the noise of gun fire?
Good explanation. Thank you.
What your title says and what you say in your opening monologue is contradictory.
Great content I used your link thank you for the great data points!
Man you got a Lotta “I don’t know and I’ve never tried and I have no idea, maybe you could find out for yourself buy it.
Maybe YOU SHOULD try every aspect of what you’re talking about before you make a video on it, ………do you think?
don’t just say it ah ah ah and expect for us to follow your “not really sure, I don’t know, maybe, kind ah, LEAD….. I mean you got a great video platform, but do the research man…… come on!
It looks like you’re more interested in your YouTube status than you are your products that you’re rating.
That’s a good way of becoming the guy that used to rate things on his channel.
If this criticism helps……Great!
if not……..well? never knew ya!
I use Peltor 100’s with the gel cushions. Switching to the gel made quite a difference since it seals around the ear better. The cushion probably made the difference between the Walkers and Howards.
I’m a newbie but would the aux port on the walkers work with coms?
How quiet the world is???
There are silicon buds for better sleeping one can use that takes out up to 33 dB… e.g. Mack’s
Who cares what they look like so long as they block the sound!
Really wish you would have included the 3m Peltors
you can use them to use the mower
To calculate the true dB protection; (NRR ratting – 7)/2. All ratings are lab ratings with perfect fit on smooth surface, & optimum pressure. Electronic features add nothing to hearing protection from gun shots. If electronic shut out response time is not supper fast, some the gun shot SPL could actually be amplified. Doubling up only adds 5dB to the highest level of protection of the 2 you are wearing. Best method for hearing protection for recreational shooting is to get inner ear without electronics that provide best comfort/fit and double up with electronic muffs for situational awareness with the best cheek well fit and adjust volume based on the degree of situational awareness you need. Protect your ears guys. Quad speakers, USB ports and Bluetooth are all good for home entertainment but you won’t be able to enjoy it if you lose your hearing at the range. Final point: hearing damage can occur from single events over 140dB and longer than 8 hours over 85. Damage is cumulative and happens even if the sound seems ”comfortable”.
I got the Walker’s and no way do they work by themselves for indoor shooting. I couldn’t stand the noise around me and had to leave. I’m going to have to find another earpiece to double up with.
Wow, so you didn’t tryout the walker in door…wtf
Thank you for this great review report.
Those fo sho ones just look like the cheap walkers lol.
Thanks for making this video. Didn’t find many choices when I searched up this. Fed a lot of useful info too.
Who’s ears are worth $50? I’ll spend the extra money
I was planning on getting one of these frames and turning them into ultimate heaphones with noise cancelation!
Great information really appreciate it!
I have tried the ear buds and they are cumbersome and do not feel like they fully insert into your ear. I am in AZ so I am always trying to find a cooler way to wear hearing protection and the link above is the best sounding and coolest pair I have tried to date.
Wow the howard leight went up to over $60