Caldwell® E-Max Electronic Earmuffs, Low-Profile

Item # WX2-201337

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Caldwell® E - Max Electronic Earmuffs amplify the sounds you want to hear and squelch the ones you don't.

Was that a twig snapping? Could be your new trophy. Here's one way to know for sure: E-Max Electronic Muffs from Caldwell®, with 2 microphones that amplify "quiet" sound (below 85 dB) like human voices and environmental noises. Upon shooting, the baffle technology shuts the microphones down to protect your hearing. 23 Noise Reduction Rating. Requires 4 "AAA" batteries (not included).

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4 stars
(34) 1-6 of 34 Reviews
  1. 4 stars
    The earmuffs were exactly what I wanted. Only problem was slow shipping.
  2. 4 stars
    Ear muffs came as expected.
  3. 5 stars
    Seals nicely, blocks loud noises, lets voice-level sounds come through.
  4. 4 stars
    Awesome product. works better than the low price I paid.
  5. 4 stars
    Good product
  6. 1 stars
    Totally disappointed with the brand. For days after ordering, I animated deliver. I was thinking about using them for my first pair of muffs. However trying three fresh sets of batteries they didn't work. They fit much better than my Pro Ear set which are six or seven years old. The product let me down.
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