RedHead Hearing Enhancer
adequate for my use
It is not the best fitting enhancer on the market. But sitting in a blind or treestand, where you are not doing much moving around...it's "OK". The sound enhancing quality however is very good. Use for bowhunting because it does not dampen the sound of a gun shot...which it clearly states it doesn't do.
I would recommend it for use in blinds and treestands...or just sitting on your porch listening to the birds !!
June 9, 2010
shipping is so screwed up takes forever to get here
July 30, 2013
Okay for the money
I bought the RedHead Hearing Enhancer to see if amplification would help my lousy hearing in normal surroundings. Here's what I found; a hearing aid will help me and the RedHead HE would probably help you to hear sounds outdoors that you may not normally hear. It is cheaply made, but works well enough. The batteries are good for about 8 to 12 hours of continuous use. It's not an elegant device and is very noticeable sticking out of your ear. It works, but is truly a low-end device.
June 6, 2011
First off. I bought this because I have a hearing problem with my right ear. So I was looking around Bass Pro Shops and found this one for under $20.00. This thing works great. I'm hearing things I haven't heard since I was a kid (yes my wife too). The only problem is I wish they had put one more size ear piece. The one I am using is a little tight but with use it fits good. For the money you can't beat this. It does what it says it does. It a great buy and worth every penney. No it's not a hearing aid and for the price they get for one I'll use this. If you get one of these and your hunting you well be shocked on what you can hear. If you have trouble keeping the hearing from falling off your ear. I used a little piece of velcro on the back side of the unit and a small piece on my glasses and it works great.
February 11, 2011