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Bilsom Noise-Reduction Earmuffs

Company: Howard Leight

March 01, 2005

Already known for earmuffs that provide hearing protection when shooting on the range, Bilsom now offers noise-blocking earmuffs that feature new designs and a new technology to improve performance in any environment.

Bilsom’s 2005 series Leightning and Thunder earmuffs are now available in models that can be worn while wearing protective gear and can be conveniently stored.

The Leightning model, named for sister company Howard Leight, is now available in a convenient folding model or with a special neckband for use when wearing protective gear, such as a mask. The muffs also feature modern stereo headset-styled earcups for long-wearing comfort and steel wire headbands.

Thunder earmuffs provide protection and comfort when dielectric construction is preferred. They are made of tough, non-deformable plastic.

All of Bilsom’s earmuffs now also utilize parent company Bacou-Dalloz’s newly patented Air Flow Control (AFC) technology. AFC gives the earmuffs increased noise-reduction ratings and a more consistent lessening of damaging noise across all octave bands, but especially in low frequencies.

In addition, snap-in ear cushions make replacing soiled or damaged cushions easy. This innovation provides more comfort and promotes good hygiene.

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