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Aviators Collarset (redefining The Headset) on

US $24.99

Farmingdale, New Jersey, United States

Farmingdale, New Jersey, United States

 Mount the  plantronics microphone (provided by your airline) in an inverted position onto the collar as shown in the photo in either the Captain or FO position as desired.  Notice in the photo how it lays flat on your collar with the ends pointing down.

There are three reasons why the CollarSet is superior to any aviator’s headset currently being used:

COMFORT:  The CollarSet is simply the best.  There are no headaches from headsets and no annoying pressure from Headsets on long flights.  It can be used from either the Captain or First Officer position.

SAFETY:   There is no longer any interference when donning the oxygen mask when seconds count.

COST:  The price of popular headsets and earmolds start at $90 and up.  For $24.99  you will receive the polycarbonate collar plus two silicon earbuds with tubing plus a nylon carry bag.  The Collarset is by far the best alternative to expensive communication gear currently in use.

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