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Universal cotton headbands designed for all type of sound / audio processors
This headband fits all types of behind-the-ear sound processors, that is the external part of the cochlear. Its pockets allow you to insert two devices while special wire eyelets help to keep the processors in the right place. Thanks to this solution, you can be sure that the wires will not get damaged or tangle. Made of lightweight, and most importantly, breathable material, the headband will prove a comfortable a wear, pleasant for even the most sensitive types of skin. It adjusts perfectly to the shape of head, which is why you won’t have to worry that it may slip during intense physical activity. As the headbands are one-size, they are equally suitable for boys and girls as well as for women and men. The headbands are manufactured in Poland.
What are the functions and advantages of the one-size-fits-all SmartEar Headband?
- keeps the sound processors in the optimal position behind the ear
- thanks to its design, it prevents sound processors from falling or getting lost
- provides insulation against sweat and dust
- guarantees comfortable wear of the processors
Universal Headband by SmartEar - who is it for?
This headband will be a perfect solution for people using a cochlear implant fitted with a behind-the-ear sound processor. It is especially recommended for children, who find it difficult to wear processors behind their small ears. But this is not all! The headband will be a perfect fit for older kids as well. And let’s not forget the physically active, who will certainly appreciate its qualities.
Material and care
Both the material and used threads are Oeko-tex certified and are safe for the skin. In order to enjoy the headbands longer, wash by hand, do not iron, and do not tumble dry.
Warranty: 6 months.
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|M||51 - 55 cm|
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