The increase in digital hearing protection has made hunting and range day a lot more convenient, while enhancing safety. However, most ear bud style hearing protection can tend to jostle loose during high-activity and mobility. With this in mind, Walker’s has released their ATACS Sport Earbuds, with additional retention system.
Walker’s ATACS Sport Earbuds
With the intention of multiple fitment options, for various shooter sizes, Walker’s has included two additional retention points. First, soft and flexible ear hooks help to hold the ear buds in place during movement, even when jarred. The ear hooks combined with multi-sized foam ear tips also ensure all day comfort.
Next, the ATACS Sport Earbuds include a behind the neck retention strap. In addition to ensuring retention, the retention strap allows you to drop the earbuds around your neck when not in use but keep them readily available.
In addition to ergonomics, the ATACS have a focus on sound suppression/enhancement technology and operational control. Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity allows you to pair your ATACS with your phone, via the Walker’s LINK 2.0 app, thus allowing enhanced control over listening mode settings. The listening mode settings of the ATACS include universal, clear voice, power boost and high frequency boost.
The ATACS Sport Earbuds are rechargeable via USB-C for 7.5 hours of battery life per charge. Also, to prevent premature power loss, you can set auto shutoff times via your phone. Auto shutoff times can be set to 2, 4 and 6 hours.
Walker’s ATACS Sport Earbuds will be available in Q1 2022, the MSRP will be $129.99. For more info, please visit WalkersGameEar.com.
Walker’s ATACS Sport Earbuds Features
- Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity
- Compatible with Walker’s LINK app
- 4 program settings: universal, clear voice, power boost, high frequency boost
- 7.5 hours battery life
- Auto shut-off: 2, 4, 6 hours
- Digital sound quality
- Low noise frequency tuned for sound clarity
- Sound activated compression (SAC)
- USB-C charging cable included
- 3 size foam ear tips
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