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Bilsom Viking V3 Earmuffs

SKU:BIL1010927

Regular Price: $18.99

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Bilsom Viking V3 Earmuffs
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The Viking multi-position earmuff series gives workers flexibility to wear their earmuffs over-the-head, behind-the-head or under-the-chin. Viking earmuffs can be worn with other PPE including visors, face shields, respirators and welding shields. A headband strap provides additional security, keeping earcups in place when worn other than above the head.

  • Dielectric Construction
  • Air Flow Control Technology
  • Multi-position for use with other PPE
  • NRR 29 dB.


Working under conditions with dielectric requirements? The VIKING series by Bilsom features a robust nondeforming dielectric construction that withstands use and abuse, while protecting your workers in electrical environments.

When it comes to selecting an earmuff, comfort reigns supreme with your workers. That's why the Bilsom VIKING series earmuff is designed with all-day wear in mind. VIKING V2 and V3 earmuffs feature a unique dual-headband design, with an inner ventilated headband for better positioning and breathability, and non-deforming outer headband that minimizes pressure on the head.

Additional Information

SKU BIL1010927
Weight 1.4000
Dimension N/A
MPN 1010927
UOM EA
UPC 033552011330
Manufacturer Bilsom
Material N/A

Customer Reviews

Review by Merle Hill
I wear these Viking earmuffs for hours when I'm in my woodshop. I've tried a lot of brands, and these are by far the most comfortable. Excellent product! (Posted on 1/4/2011)
Review by 1/0/1900 0:00
I couldn't hear a thing! Two thumbs up! (Posted on 1/4/2011)
Review by Irene Sanchez
Worked pretty good, and they were pretty comfortable too! (Posted on 1/4/2011)
Review by Marie
I bought these Viking earmuffs before attending a Vikings football game. They did a great job of blocking out the roar of the crowds. I'm going to use them for a concert next week! (Posted on 1/4/2011)
Review by Brandon Kraus
The Bilsom earmuffs work great but the instruction pamphlet that comes with them is very hard to read and offers little information on how to attach the optional head strap. I mean you can eventually figure it out but some straight forward detailed instructions would be better. (Posted on 8/25/2008)

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