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Husqvarna Hearing protection with FM radio -FREE DELIVERY !!!

€130,00
Husqvarna Earmuffs with FM Radio
The new hearing protection with FM radio has a new headband that centralizes the pressure on the headband, giving less pressure on the ears.
It has improved attenuation and high improved sound quality. The earmuffs are individually designed for the right and left ear, meaning that they follow the shape of the head. This gives a perfect fit for all ears.
has audio input 3.5mm (AUX) for mp3 or communication radio.

Earmuff With Built-In FM Radio
AUX (3.5mm) Input
High Sound Quality
Fits Comfortably On Your Head
Husqvarna Earmuffs with FM Radio
The new hearing protection with FM radio has a new headband that centralizes the pressure on the headband, giving less pressure on the ears.
It has improved attenuation and high improved sound quality. The earmuffs are individually designed for the right and left ear, meaning that they follow the shape of the head. This gives a perfect fit for all ears.
has audio input 3.5mm (AUX) for mp3 or communication radio.

Earmuff With Built-In FM Radio
AUX (3.5mm) Input
High Sound Quality
Fits Comfortably On Your Head
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