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David Clark 10A Hearing Protector
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David Clark 10A Hearing Protector

Over-the-head Style Standard Hearing Protector Sets the standard for Over-the-Head hearing protection. A soft foam headpad and wide foam filled ear seals provide added comfort while the adjustable headband assures a perfect fit. NRR: 23dB

  • Over-the-Head Hearing Protector.
  • Excellent Attenuation.
  • Wide Foam Filled Ear Seals for Maximum Comfort.
  • Low Profile Ear Cups - Color: Dark Green.
  • High Quality Chrome Plated Hardware.
  • Comfortable Foam Headpad.
  • Adjustable Headband for Optimum Fit. 

 


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Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Best bang for the buck
by Brian from Darlington SC USA 

Pros: Snug fit means excellent noise cancellation.
Review: It got to the point where I couldn't wear standard earplugs at work anymore, and remembered that the best noise free there is...in the cockpit. They fit well, like my pilot's headset, and they do a better job of killing work racket than plugs do.
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Monday, March 03, 2014
I WOULD BUY THIS PRODUCT AGAIN
by A Customer from Teterboro NJ USA 

Pros: Durable and Comfortable
Review: David Clark 10A Hearing Protector have become a fixture in our operation. Excellent product, durable. Provides protection and comfort.
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Friday, December 27, 2013
by Larry from Street MD USA 
Review: I would buy this product again.
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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
I WOULD BUY THIS PRODUCT AGAIN
by Susan from Teterboro NJ USA 

Review: Our company has been using the David Clark 10a hearing protection for years. durable and dependable and their customer service is second to none.
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Tuesday, July 16, 2013
"Top of the Line"
by Mike from Loudon NH USA 

Pros: Great fit
Review: Been using Clark protectors since 1970 as a Drag Racing Photographer, had a couple pair stolen over the years, but I always replace them with what I have been using, no need to change when your using the best!!
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Saturday, February 23, 2013
perfect fit
by Eugene from Aurora CO USA 

Pros: light weight,durable
Cons: low decible reading
Review: I Love how light weight and durable they are the only draw back is there needs to be a higher decible rating instead of the 23. Overall, I think they are Perfect and comfortable. Thanks for selling a great product!
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Thursday, April 12, 2012
Bought to Block Neighbor's Intentional Noise
by Pat from Upton MA USA 

Pros: Comfortable
Cons: Wish I didn't wear glasses - they prevent a tight fit over the ears
Review: Made well. Haven't used them very much yet. Purchased them to block neighbor's spring/summer yardwork machines and loud radio.
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Saturday, March 05, 2011
Classiest tool on the construction site.
by Daniel from Jonesville VT USA 

Pros: Lightweight and very effective.
Cons: Ear cushions look like they may not last long - we'll see.
Review: I like the way it stays on my head without feeling tight. It also is unique - no one else wears a DC headset on the construction site - except for the guy who stole my first set.
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011
There's a reason it's the standard
by Scott from Vancouver WA USA 

Pros: Superior materials, workmanship, quality, value.
Cons: None aware of
Review: There's a reason it's the standard. It's the best. David Clark. Enough said.
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Tuesday, November 02, 2010
What? - - I can't hear what you're saying!
by Frank from Palo Alto CA USA 

Pros: Works great if you wear glasses
Cons: Can't think of any.
Review: Best hearing protector I've used.
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Monday, June 21, 2010
by A Customer from Los Angeles CA USA 
Review: Excellent for blocking out hideous noise from leaf blowers but metal head-band pulls out my hair when I take it off
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Monday, April 26, 2010
You get what you pay for
by Steve from Bensalem PA 

Pros: Quality, easier to get on than in-ear plugs.
Review: I work on the ramp of a GA airport, and these are much more effective than the foam ear plugs the company provides for us. The quality is far better than similar, cheap hardware store ones. They are sturdy, but not overly heavy. Once the engines shut down I can rest them comfortably on the side of my head. Definitely worth the few extra dollars!
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Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Great for my application
by Frank from Gainesville FL USA 

Pros: High quality contruction and comfort.
Cons: People asking me where I found them......:)
Review: I'm not a pilot -- I use these hearing protectors for shooting. They have far superior attenuation to hearing protectors I've found in Sporting Goods, gun shops and discount stores. There is no comparison.
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Wednesday, February 03, 2010
What? What? I can't hear you with my DCs on.
by KJ from Urbandale IA USA 

Pros: cost, quality, comfort, ease of use
Cons: none
Review: These haring protectors are great: comfortable, light (overall), and mold themselves over the ears well even if one wears glasses (well...I've thin frames). I could only wish it had a radio built in or a Nano-like hookup in it.
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Thursday, June 25, 2009
great protectors
by Michael from Duncan OK USA 

Pros: performance, contruction quality
Cons: none what-so-ever
Review: I use this product for shooting and woodworking. It is a superb set and contructed in the DC tradition. It's great that DC makes a quality hearing protector so we have a choice as most sets in the 15-20 dollar range are plastic garbage. I own both the 10A and the 27A -take your pick- both will please the most discriminating purchaser.
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Friday, April 03, 2009
the headset is great
by michael from fairfax VA USA 

Pros: quietness, durability, comfort
Cons: color choices
Review: I work for an airline at the airport for 17 years and I have been through many different types and brands of headset. This Clark is by far the best and most comfortable.  Have no doubt in this product.  It's durable and quiet.  I had one that I bought from the company and I was sold on it.  The only reason I bought another one recently is because as well made as these Clarks are, they don't withstand being run over by a belt loader. =)
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Thursday, February 05, 2009
Great product, tried & true!
by A Customer from Palo Alto CA USA 

Pros: Works great, very comfortable, self-adjusting as you put them on. Way faster & easier to put on than earplugs.
Cons: Well they do cost more than disposable earplugs... but they work way better.
Review: Purchased the David Clark 10A for a friend who spends a lot of time in noisy enterprise computer & networking facilities. Occurred to us that being in one of these rooms for a couple hours is like standing on an airport runway... it is NOISY. So why not use what the pros at an airport use? Well, the David Clark 10A works GREAT, we leave them hanging right in our equipment rack, it takes 3 seconds to pop on & presto a nice quiet place to get work done, rather than rushing to get out of the room. This product has proven itself at airports for decades, and really is outstanding. Even looks nice, brightly colored so easy to find in a crowded equipment room.
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Friday, June 01, 2007
The Range
by Tom Kelleher from  

Review: Purchased for use on the pistol firing range. The work very nicely, thank you.
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Tuesday, February 20, 2007
by from  
Review: I FIND THIS HEARING PROTECTION VERY NICE IN THE BEST PRICE.THE STORE SENT THE PRODUCT VERY FAST.I WOULD BUY FROM THEM AGAIN FOR SURE.
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Previous Customer Questions For David Clark 10A Hearing Protector:
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On Saturday, March 22, 2014 a customer asked:
Q:
I own the 10A model and am very pleased. With that said, I feel the ear cap seems slightly too small for my ears. Are there sizes for the ear cap? If so I would probably like to buy a new pair that would better fit my needs. Thanks, Zvi.
A: This headset uses the standard ear seals from David Clark. They are only available in the one size and you can find the David Clark Ear Seals here. 

On Tuesday, November 29, 2011 a customer asked:
Q:
Do you sell the ear seals for the model 10AS hearing protectors? I bought my 10AS protectors over 40 years ago and I feel it is about time for new seals
A: You can use either the David Clark Foam or Gel Ear Seals as well as the David Clark Cloth Ear Cushion Covers.

On Saturday, October 30, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
Do you still make model 805-s ? If not do you make a hearing protector that the band fits behind the head ?
A: The 805-S has been replaced by the David Clark 805-V which is the the most popular hearing protector for use under protective headgear.

On Wednesday, June 23, 2010 a customer asked:
Q:
Do you sell the foam insert for the model 10A?
A: Yes, the David Clark 10A uses the Foam Filled Ear Seals (18316G-02) found here.

On Sunday, August 26, 2007 a customer asked:
Q:
I have a couple of 10a heariong protectors, and the plastic form ear pieces need replacing. Can I buy several and have on hand? What is the nomenclature? and how much do they cost? Thanks, Bill Pennell
A: For the David Clark 10A, you will need the David Clark Foam Filled Ear Seals (18316G-02) found by visiting: http://www.mypilotstore.com/mypilotstore/sep/5018


 

 

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