High Noise BlueTooth Headsets
|BlueTooth connectivity has come of age. BlueTooth is hands-down the best way to connect to your smartphone for music listening, but now BlueTooth headsets are also a great way to facilitate communications and get rid of the wires required by old-fashioned connection methods. By using this new technology, full duplex conversations can be held using BlueTooth compatible headsets coupled with your existing smartphone, BlueTooth enabled two way radio, and in some cases, direct BlueTooth connectivity between headsets. We believe this technology can solve many of the communications problems you may have in loud environments, and at a much lower price point. We encourage you to check out our list of BlueTooth compatible headsets and check back often. We are focused on bringing more options to you as quickly as we can find them.|
|AMA BonELF X Wireless Bone-Conduction Headphones|
BonELF X Wireless Bone Conduction Headphones don't cover, plug, or block your ears, delivering high quality sound to your inner ear via direct bone conduction. Originally designed for taking phone calls while driving, BonELF X is the perfect solution for music listening while on the job. Because BonELF X leaves the ear completely open and free, workers can continue to wear the mandated ear protection while listening to music, as well as making and taking phone calls. BonELF X is a real game changer for everyone in the workplace.
|Walker's GWP-NHE-BT Razor-XV High Noise Behind-the-Neck Bluetooth Earbud Headset (NRR 31)|
(NRR 31) Razor-XV is a neck-worn device that contains two retractable earbuds that block hazardous noise while simultaneously amplifying safe ambient sounds up to 9x. Using Sound Activated Compression (SAC), the Razor-X flawlessly distinguishes and protects against damaging gunfire noise. The neckband is light, the earbuds retract, and the headset is Bluetooth compatible.
Current Price: $157.62
|Sensear SmartMuff SM1P Communications Headset (NRR 27)|
(NRR 27) Sensear SM1P headsets let you communicate face to face, via your two way radios, using a patch cable, via built in short range FM programmable radio, or via bluetooth connectivity to your phone, all in high noise environments.
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