|Item number||Designation||Category||Weight (g)||Color||MSRP||Stock|
|Item number A51105||Designation Foldable earmuff Leightning L0F - Bilsom||Category Free sale||Weight (g) 172||Color Black||MSRP 30.10 € incl. tax||
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AIR FLOW CONTROL ™ TECHNOLOGY Bilsom's patented Air Flow Control technology provides optimal attenuation of all frequencies without increasing shell size or weight. The patented air chamber of the pad and the high-tech non-woven coating handle the flow of air inside the pad to control how the sound reaches the ear. This results in a better and more consistent attenuation of almost all the noises of the sound environments of hunting and shooting. Comfortable in case of prolonged use, minimum pressure on the head.
On a shooting stand or on the hunt where it is necessary to protect against noise, the Bilsom Leightning series with its steel structure offers excellent performance and long-term protection.
Pads must be changed periodically to maintain maximum absorption. Follow the instructions for replacing the pads and the inner foam. Use and general use - Pads and inner foams should be replaced at least every 6 months. If used and worn frequently in a humid and severe climate - Pads and inner foams should be replaced at least every 3 months. In case of visible crack and leak. - immediately replace the pads and the inner foams.
After use, store helmets in a clean, dry box or locker. Do not use solvents or petroleum products. Do not immerse helmets in water.
Helmets are an important safety feature and should be checked regularly. Their effectiveness depends on use, care and maintenance. Helmets, and especially pads, can deteriorate with wear and should be examined frequently to check for cracks or losses. When the pads become hard, damaged or deteriorated, it is necessary to replace them immediately using the hygiene kits provided. Helmets should be regularly cleaned. Use a mild disinfectant solution. A soft cloth is enough.