3M Peltor H7A Hearing Protection Muff

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The Peltor H7A Earmuff can claim to be the best-selling earmuff in the world. With the smooth feel of the spring steel headband and the three layers of cushioning, it's clear why. An inner fluid filled cushion is covered with foam, which is then encased in high quality vinyl, making for just about the most comfortable pair of muffs we have ever offered.

Peltor refers to the H7A as the 'Optime 101' model. This means that, with an NRR 27 rating, these earmuffs will protect your hearing in any environment up to 101 decibels of external noise.

Manufactured in Sweden and assembled in the U.S., the H7A weighs 8 oz.

Part Number:
H7A
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Price $17.45
SKU PEL02-H7A
Product Weight (lbs.) No
Weight 1.0000
Brand 3M
MPN H7A
UPC 10093045080714
Color No
Hi-Vis ANSI Rating No
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  1. Pranjal

    2014-05-19 16:15:14

    I was planning to purchase these ear muff to help me shut out all noise while I study. I wasn't really thinking about protecting myself from loud noises, but rather to have it completely quiet while I study. I didn't want anything inside my ear, which are uncomfortable to me. Do you think this will serve my purpose?

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    1. Justin

      2014-05-19 16:15:14

      These will work well. Our customers find them to be very comfortable. I would also recommend the Howard Leight Leightning L3 Earmuff. While the H7A ear muffs have a noise reduction rating (NRR) of 27, the Lightning L3 has an NRR of 30. <br>
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      With both of these ear muffs you may find them a bit tight on your head when they arrive. Feel free to stretch the headband a bit to loosen the fit. They’re made for people who are moving around and working, and don’t need to be that tight for studying. <br>
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      While these ear muffs aren’t going to provide the level of noise reduction you would find in noise-cancelling headphones, they should suit your purpose. I personally use the Howard Leight Sync Stereo Ear Muffs at work when I need quiet, and they have an NRR of 25. I wouldn’t recommend these as highly because they become uncomfortable after about an hour.

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