Leightning L1 Earmuff Headband by Howard Leight
The Leightning L1 Earmuff Headband by Howard Leight, Honeywell offers reliable hearing protection at an entry-level price point.
Patented Air Flow Control technology manages the flow of air inside the ear cup to reduce noise across all frequencies.
The L1 is an adjustable headband, featuring a steel wire core for added durability. The exterior foam padding combines with the super-soft ear cushions to offer unparalleled comfort, while eliminating the “squeezing” sensation that’s common to other earmuffs.
Snap-in ear cushions allow for easy cleaning and maintenance.
The steel wire construction assists in the durability of day to day use. The padded foam headband and ear cushions provide long wearing comfort and minimal pressure to the head. The patented air flow control reduces the frequencies without having to enlarge the ear cup size or weight of this earmuff. Telescopic height adjustment remains fixed during use.
Leightning L1 earmuffs applications
Agriculture and farming, landscaping, sporting including shooting, construction, lumber/wood products, steel, forestry, metal fabrication, transportation, general contracting, military and law enforcement, equipment manufacturing, and petrochemical.
Leightning L1 Key Features:
* Air flow control technology
* Steel wire construction
* Snap-in ear cushions
** Headband Style **
NRR 25 (noise reduction rating)
The Howard Leight Leightning L1 slimline earmuff has contemporary low profile style. Furthermore, The L1 is sold at an affordable, entry-level price point. Adjustable foam headband and super soft ear cushions. Black headband with light gray earcups. It is especially relevant to mention that the Leightening L1 earmuffs features a 25 noise reduction rating.
Keys to Successful Hearing Protection with Earmuffs Wear:
• Read and follow all earmuff fitting instructions
• Remove all hair underneath ear cushions
• Avoid overprotection in minimal noise environments – in selecting the best earmuff for your situation, consider noise levels and your need to communicate with co-workers or hear warning signals on the job
• Regularly inspect ear cups and ear cushions for cracks and leaks – discard if ear cups are visibly damaged or compromised
• Clean ear cups and ear cushions regularly with mild soap and water
• Replace ear cushions and foam inserts every 6-8 months under normal wear, every 3-4 months with heavy use or in humid/extreme climates