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Amazon.com has 3M WorkTunes Connect Hearing Protector with Bluetooth Technology on sale for $34.97 -> now $35. Shipping is free. Thanks zxavion



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Amazon has 3M WorkTunes Connect Hearing Protector with Bluetooth technology on sale for $34.97. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

This is the lowest ever per CCC.
$3 lower than frontpage deal from last year.

Note this is the Bluetooth only version and does not have AM/FM.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0723CYHPZ
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I had the same issue. Found out that I had to turn off media volume sync under the bluetooth settings in order to get a louder response from the headphones. I can now actually make them too loud. I am running with a Galaxy S8 plus so the setting is under bluetooth then tap the three dots in the upper right hand corner.

You turn off media volume sync so that the phone controls the audio, not the headphones (even without a volume control). This may cause issues for other devices, but you can turn it back on.
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They were $39.97 w/the safety glasses. I got them and definitely do not regret the purchase!
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I have these.
Just buy them. Everyone needs a pair of safety hearing protectors(I guess that is what you call them?) for operating saws, mowers, leaf blowers, etc.
The fact that these are incredibly good hearing protectors AND they are bluetooth headphones should be a no-brainer.
Earplugs work too, but overhead is better. They are easier to put on/take off and you wind up using them more. Trust me, as someone who has worked in noisy environments, you want over-head and not plugs most of the time if you aren't going to be in a loud environment 12 hours at a time

You could ignore these if you already have something else for your ears. If you don't own something? Buy these.
If you DON'T have
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Trying to remember if these were $30 or $40 when Costco had them previously. They also came with a pair of safety glasses which isn't really a selling point.

Passed on them then and really would like them for mowing the lawn
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Trying to remember if these were $30 or $40 when Costco had them previously. They also came with a pair of safety glasses which isn't really a selling point.

Passed on them then and really would like them for mowing the lawn
They were $39.97 w/the safety glasses. I got them and definitely do not regret the purchase!
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Paid 50$ for these a couple years ago. Use them all the time. Well worth 35$
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I paid 34 at Costco last year. They were well worth the cost.
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I had been watching them for a while. Finally bought them at this price.
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These good for guys with larger heads?
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I would buy these if I didn't already have https://www.amazon.com/Bluetooth-...B07N98QPKD The ear muff style won't work when wearing a welding hood or hard hat.
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Bought these @ $50. Love them. Wear them often and battery life is excellent. At this price I'd be all over it.
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These good for guys with larger heads?
I have a massive melon and it fits just fine. My only complaint is the bluetooth range. My phone has to be in the pocket on the same side as the receiver or it will start cutting out. Battery life is VERY good.
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These good for guys with larger heads?
They work pretty well for me and I have a pretty big head. Only problem I have is they start to hurt my ears after about 90 minutes. Might not be a problem for you, we have a larger property and my mowing takes a while.
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Bought a set and love them! Well worth the money.
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I have these.
Just buy them. Everyone needs a pair of safety hearing protectors(I guess that is what you call them?) for operating saws, mowers, leaf blowers, etc.
The fact that these are incredibly good hearing protectors AND they are bluetooth headphones should be a no-brainer.
Earplugs work too, but overhead is better. They are easier to put on/take off and you wind up using them more. Trust me, as someone who has worked in noisy environments, you want over-head and not plugs most of the time if you aren't going to be in a loud environment 12 hours at a time

You could ignore these if you already have something else for your ears. If you don't own something? Buy these.
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Have a pair and love mine. Got them at Costco for similar price on clearance.
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