Walker's Game Ear® Ultra Ear BTE Hearing Enhancement
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- Optimizes hearing in the field
- Amplifies sound with tone and volume modification
- Proprietary compression circuit protects hearing from muzzle blasts
- Compact, behind-the-ear design
- On/off switch
- Runs on LR-44 battery (included)
- Maintenance tools included for optimized performance
- Comes with sound tube, tulip tips (small, medium, and large), and three batteries
Make it easier to hear what you need to hear out in the woods with the Walker's Game Ear Ultra Ear BTE Hearing Enhancement. This design from the hearing amplification and protection experts at Walker's optimizes your hearing by amplifying sound with the option of modifying tone and volume. Proprietary compression circuit technology also protects your hearing from muzzle blasts, reducing the noise so you do not have to shut the unit off to shoot. Compact, behind-the-ear design stays in place, out of plain sight. Runs on LR-44 battery (included). Comes with maintenance tools, sound tube, tulip tips (small, medium, and large), and three batteries.
Manufacturer model #: UE1001-NXT2PK.
Rated 1.7 out of 5 by 6
Rated 1 out of 5 by MAD219 Be warned - does not work
I have tried to use these for both hunting turkeys & deer. They do not work, only amplify sounds in immediate area - my jacket rustling for example. I could hear better without them in my ears. A total waste of money.
February 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by DDMao Quite awful piece of electronics
Now I know why this product was on sale and the store display hook was overflowing. Terrible performance and dime store quality. A brass ear horn from the 1900's would work better. Returning tommorrow.
August 2, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by GaryZ They don't work
They don't work as well as a $15 one I bought a few years ago, and definitely not any where as well as the Walker Digital Game Ear($180) that I lost and was replacing. I'm going to send these back. They are useless!!
December 18, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Gregory2194 Junk
If you plan on wearing these when you have gloves on forget about adjusting them. Even without gloves adjusting them is difficult.
Even removing gloves and taking them off of my ear to adjust I couldn't get them to a good level, gave up on them and threw them in my pack to return when my hunt was done.
They do provide a very slight noise reduction. But if your buddy next to you insists on that .10 ga forget it.
They are lightweight and camouflage which is a plus, but I wore them under a cammo beanie so I don't think the ducks could see them anyway. :)
December 11, 2012
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