Howard Leight QB2HYG Hearing Band (10 Pairs)

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$58.10
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The QB2HYG (NRR 25) has softly styled foam pods shaped for supra-aural protection. The pods fit easily inside the ear canal opening and provides a level of protection at NRR 25. The reusable soft foam ear pods are designed for wearer comfort and are washable with soap and water for long term hygienic use. Free pair of replacement pods included. Sold by the 10 pairs/box.

Ratings: NRR 25, SNR 23, SLC80 23.0

Product Number:
QB2HYG

Additional Details:

SKU:
HOW01-QB2HYG
UPC:
033552005100
Weight:
1.00 LBS
Width:
6.00 (in)
Height:
6.00 (in)
Depth:
10.00 (in)
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

4 Reviews

  • 4
    Howard Leight QB2HYG Hearing Band

    Posted by Selaine45 on Mar 15th 2016

    Easy to wear. Great for outdoor use. My husband tried them at the indoor range and was pleased with the results. Too bad the price/shipping cost for the replacement ear buds for the bands are nearly the cost of what I paid for the bands with 2 pairs of replacement buds.

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by josh on Aug 26th 2013

    Great product. They do not hurt like many other hearing bands. Great for intermittent use throughout the day.

    Pros:
    Do not break easily, Do not hurt ears, Very affordable, Comfortable around neck

    Cons:
    none

  • 4
    Good noise reduction, uncomfortable over time

    Posted by Greg on Aug 26th 2013

    Does a good job of reducing noise, but presses in on my brain a bit too much after a while. Still, convenient to have the ear buds attached to something, but if I wore them for 4,6, or 8 hours straight I might feel differently.

    Pros:
    Noise reduction

    Cons:
    Uncomfortable

  • 5
    Great Ear Protection at a Good Price

    Posted by Michael on Aug 26th 2013

    These ear buds are very comfortable and easy to wear. We wear them all day long at our shop in or out of our ears.

    Pros:
    Comfort, price, convenience.

    Cons:
    Replacement ear buds are nearly as expensive as buying a new set.