Tufftalk Lite features a minimal design and packs the Bluetooth 4.1 communication technology you need to get the job done safely and efficiently. Tufftalk Lite is a lower profile, and more cost effective version of it’s predeccesor, the original Tufftalk. Use this protective earmuff to communicate with up to 3 other workers over 800m, listen to music, and even connect to your smartphone to take and make calls. The seamless Bluetooth intercom communication allows users to talk freely and without interruption, with HD-quality speakers and Advanced Noise Control microphone technology delivering audio that’s clear and precise in even the loudest of work environments.
Loud work environments can be detrimental to the overall health of workers over time. Tufftalk Lite provides an extra degree of jobsite protection by helping to dull loud, distracting noises for optimum comfort as well as providing the necessary protection from permanent damage to your hearing, making it the ideal solution for noisy work environments. Tufftalk Lite has a Noise Reduction Rating of 21 dB, while still providing vital awareness of threats on the job through instant communication with coworkers instead of shouting or using hand signals. An optional hard hat mounted earmuff version of the Tufftalk Lite allows for even further onsite protection as well.
Using Bluetooth 4.1, pair the Tufftalk Lite to your smartphone or Bluetooth music device such as an MP3 player to make or receive calls and listen to all of your music through the high quality HD speakers. Use the Sena Smartphone App when paired to your smartphone, to easily configure settings, set up speed dial presets or create FM radio station presets to listen to through the built-in FM radio feature.
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