|Size||Over the head|
|Style||Over the Head|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Unit^Instruction Guide|
|Item model number||H6A/V|
|Product Dimensions||13.03 x 18.75 x 9.53 cm|
3M Peltor H6A\V Optime 95 Noise Reduction Earmuff
- Noise Reduction Rating of 21 dB
- Recommended for noise levels up to 95 dBA CSA Class A
- Twin cup design minimizes resonance
- Twin cup design achieves the maximum high and low frequency attenuation
- Peltor part H6A\V
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3M Peltor Optime 95 over-the-head earmuffs feature a stainless steel headband for consistent force and effective hearing protection.
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I'll go over the various qualities of this product:
Not quite as slim as the Shotgunners, but definitely not as obstructive as the H10 Optime or Bilsom Thunder. For my line of work this is very nice, as we often work in tight spaces in or around the jets. Also, when running/tumbling around they aren't as prone to wriggle off your head.
These offer a decent amount of comfort. They only started to get painful to wear after about three hours. They don't get to being uncomfortable/annoying until about an hour. The H10 Optime and Thunder has slightly more padding, but because they are bigger and heavier it makes them less comfortable overall to wear and gets irritating to wear very quickly... a general consensus among my workmates who vary by height, build, headshapes, earshapes etc. The Shotgunners have minimal padding... which is a key part of their slim design. Needless to say they aren't very comfortable either.
Less pricey compared to the Shotgunners, H10 Optime or Thunder. Yet this doesn't sacrifice much (if at all) in build quality or protection.
These offer slightly more protection than the Shotgunners, but not as much as the H10 Optime or Thunder. The difference is noticeable, but for an industrial area where jet engines reach over 100 dB, the protection is good. For this type of environment the Shotgunners provide an acceptable amount of protection.
I typically see Shotgunners last 6-12 months (they're not meant for this type of work environment anyway). The H10 Optime and Thunder are fairly rugged, but I think they last as long as they do because most of my people try not to wear them unless they really need to. My H6 Optime has lasted me four years, and was a hand-me-down. While they aren't meant to be tossed about or otherwise abused, I'm pleasantly surprised they lasted in my work environment. For folks who work as car mechanics, in woodshops, or otherwise low-operations tempo environments (where you aren't running around like a madman trying to get things done) these will last you at least twice as long.
pillow I do not believe I could sleep in these. I am a woman with an extra small
head and these adjust just fine. I could not adjust them without reading the
instructions ! I dislike that I was not sent a white color pair as shown. I am very
fussy about colors and I ordered them because the photo showed white. The color
they sent is a pinkish flesh color. If you can get past the color they can help depending what you need.