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Post #161418253 added 02-01-2023 9:26 PM by briankeith in Deal Talk
Yet… Exactly, it’s only a matter of time. I’d give it 1-2 years max.
Post #161418016 added 02-01-2023 9:10 PM by Artemis97 in Deal Talk
That’s what I currently do. Sometimes wireless ear buds and sometimes wired. Both work great and I get my preferred sound and reduced external noise.
Post #161417608 added 02-01-2023 8:48 PM by connstellation in Deal Talk
I just use some cheap jbl buds with basic 3m muffs. works great if you fit the buds properly. I wear glasses. if glasses get water in them or I have to remove glasses after extended work it can get...
Post #161417275 added 02-01-2023 8:28 PM by killerrabbit1961 in Deal Talk
Yes, been doing it for years. I use Jabra 65t earbuds and some cheap earmuffs from Amazon that are rated at 32db, which may be an exaggerated rating, but they do block sound as well as my 3M...
Post #161417116 added 02-01-2023 8:17 PM by TurtlePerson2 in Deal Talk
Absolutely. Of course, you could spend a lot less if you're just using these for the gun range and don't need the Bluetooth audio.
Post #161415931 added 02-01-2023 7:30 PM by TRUMP_XD in Deal Talk
Lol. Same decimal noise reduction from harbor rate cost like 5 bucks on sale and always under $10… imagine paying 3x as much for literally no reason lmao
Post #161415766 added 02-01-2023 7:23 PM by artcab in Deal Talk
I've gone months between usage on my 3M Worktunes and am always surprised they don't need a charge - great battery life. They do tend to get a bit uncomfortable after a couple hours of use because...
Post #161414860 added 02-01-2023 6:41 PM by TheMildGatsby in Deal Talk
Possibly stupid question but would these be good for an indoor gun range paired with in-ear protection?
Post #161413360 added 02-01-2023 5:25 PM by ispeed in Deal Talk
May give these a try. I have tried muffs with ear buds while mowing, etc and with any sweat, all my buds fall out my ear and just lay in the muff. While you can still hear a little, almost always...
Post #161413219 added 02-01-2023 5:17 PM by TurtlePerson2 in Deal Talk
I used to do this. Dedicated device like this is a lot more comfortable. I have the 3M WorkTunes and have had it for years. It gets a lot of time on a charge. I've never done a 12 hour flight or...
Post #161413174 added 02-01-2023 5:15 PM by TurtlePerson2 in Deal Talk
I have the 3M Worktunes version of this and it's fantastic for air travel. I also use them when mowing the lawn.
Post #161412700 added 02-01-2023 4:54 PM by Vesty in Deal Talk
I think you're better off buying a mid range set of bluetooth ear plugs and regular ear muffs... That's what I do. Then you're not dependent on whatever bluetooth and batteries they have in these...
Post #161411917 added 02-01-2023 4:19 PM by kdiggz in Deal Talk
The 3m give me a headache and smoosh my ears. I can't keep them on too long which defeats the purpose. Sounds like these are tight too as per reviews. Bummer
Post #161411380 added 02-01-2023 3:55 PM by cococrisps in Deal Talk
Are these good against women
Post #161410558 added 02-01-2023 3:24 PM by e.marc in Deal Talk
There is a video with some comparison of the 3M vs DeWalt, here: Summary from video review: DeWalt benefits from external controls for volume and track change while...
Post #161410165 added 02-01-2023 3:09 PM by cacadiablo in Deal Talk
I have the 3M and they crapped out pretty quickly.
Post #161409976 added 02-01-2023 3:03 PM by Kplan23 in Deal Talk
Yes. I use inexpensive round buds without the stem. I think my hearing protection is rated at 34. It’s worked well for me. When they fall out of my ears they wind up in the hearing protection cups...
Post #161409769 added 02-01-2023 2:54 PM by MerryHill169 in Deal Talk
Harbor Freight earmuffs have the same decibel rating for $8.49, which can be found on sale for under $6, and I'm sure you already have earbuds.
Post #161409061 added 02-01-2023 2:29 PM by Cpt_Nemo in Deal Talk
With proper noise blocking, noise canceling can really help silence outside noise. Conversely, noise canceling on its own is meaningless without a good seal (think Samsung Galaxy Buds Live which have...
Post #161409010 added 02-01-2023 2:26 PM by Cpt_Nemo in Deal Talk
Anyone know how these compare to the Sennheiser HD600? 😜
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