New radio earmuffs from Howard Leight


The award-winning Howard Leight range now features the unique Radio Hi-Visibility Over-Head Earmuff, offering a total solution for hearing protection, worker motivation and visibility.

These earmuffs are built tough to withstand daily use and abuse, with a range of special features.

Designed to be worn day or night, the Howard Leight Radio Hi-Visibility Earmuff features eye catching bright green ear cups for high noticeable contrast against dark settings, especially in poor weather or low lighting.

It is the only AM/FM radio earmuff that incorporates an exclusive reflective headband that glows when exposed to light, offering increased visibility and safety.

Featuring lightweight design and a unique headband for all-day comfort, the earmuffs are a great way to keep workers motivated.

They can also be connected to a portable MP3 or IPod through the AUX input.

Radio Hi-Visibility earmuffs also feature a patented Air Flow Control technology, which provides optimal attenuation across all frequencies when the radio is on the “off” position.

Howard Leight earmuffs, from Sperian Protection, are certified to AS/NZ 1270.

Sperian Protection
Ph: 1300 139 166

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