Peltor
Sport Tactical 100 Earmuff, 22dB
Peltor

Sport Tactical 100 Earmuff, 22dB

Sport Tactical 100 Earmuff, 22dB is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 11.
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$94.99
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Model #
TAC100-OTH
Item #
240848

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Description
Peltor, sport tactical 100 earmuff, electronic hearing protectors, 22 db noise reduction rating, adaptive frequency response reduces background noise for clearer conversations & hearing of commands, variable suppression time feature provides optimal echo reduction in indoor shooting environments, re-engineered headband for improved fit & comfort, low profile cups for rifle/shotgun use, polyurethane gives excellent protection with wet jobs, 2 hour auto shut-off, easy access battery door with tether, runs on 2 "aaa" batteries not included, 3.5 mm audio input jack compatible with most mp3 & 2-way radios, ideal for both indoor & outdoor shooters & hunters.
Specifications
Specifications
SKU240848
Weight0.940000
UPC00051141394237
Country of OriginCN
Package Width7.0
Package Length4.62
Package Height11.38
Model NumberTAC100-OTH
BrandPeltor
Manufacturer Name3M
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Average results Bought these for range use, the electronic portion works intermittantly, meaning it works 1 out of 5 times. Now it doesn't come on at all. Top headband covering is deteriorating, the ear pieces had to be replaced as well. Gets light use, but even with new batteries it doesn't turn on
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product is a piece of garbage Bought this set , one day at the range and it all came apart .
Date published: 2020-05-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Can't find hygine kit I've had these for a few years. I quite like them, perform well enough and fold up nicely. BUT I can't find a hygine kit now that the pads are worn out. 3M didn't respond to emails about part numbers and shops can't find the right kit, I'm not even sure you can buy one? That makes them cheap, thow-away rubbish at a a really high price point.
Date published: 2020-01-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nothing special They have a lot of wind noise and interference. The vinyl on the foam ear pads falls apart and replacement parts aren't available. They're tight on the head which causes discomfort when pressing on glasses. I'll look elsewhere for replacements.
Date published: 2019-12-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Short battery life and poor quality of cushion I bought this around 18 months ago and it is just being used for around 2X a month i have to remove batteries because if not it will be dead on my next range trip and just yesterday the ewr muffs tore by itself exposing the cushion..is it possible to replace just this part? My 25 year old peltors are in better shape with it still original foam and cover up to now
Date published: 2019-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Peltor Tacticle 100 use this once a week in a league shoot and it does and excellent job. Battery life is very good. One small problem. The knob fell off the switch and I can not locate a replacement. Can I purchase a knob? Help Please.
Date published: 2019-05-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Work fairly well, but... Have had a pair of these for about a year and used them for shooting sports. They attenuate the loud noises well, but the delay is long... 1-2 seconds. During the shots, the attenuation seems to be about 100% of any amplification, or almost a complete "mute" for those 1-2 seconds. If you're shots are placed close together, it's as if there no amplification of any outside sound, almost as if you're wearing non-electronic/amplified protectors. According to 3M tech support, they are function properly and this is how they are intended to operate. One excellent thing-- I leave them in my range bag; on several occasions I have failed to turn them off. When donning them, I noticed they've been left on and expect I'll have to replace batteries because they've run down--but they never do. Not sure if this is an "auto-off" feature, but I don't think I've had to replace the batteries but once in the year I've owned them. Certainly not a bad product, they've been robust and served their purpose, but I've found their function doesn't fully fit my needs as a competitive shooter. I am a little perplexed by this since they are sold as "tactical" I certainly would expect this mode of operation to work well in a real tactical situation. Other brands offer shooters better function at a more competitive price point.
Date published: 2018-08-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Eats batteries when not in use Wife an I each have these. We have to remove the batteries after each use or the batteries will be dead next time out. Had this happen first 3 times we used them with 3 sets of new batteries. Started removing the batteries after use, problem solved. But we should not need to do that
Date published: 2018-07-07
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