|20005 SoftSealŽ Ear Cushions (1 1/8") for David Clark and David Clark Clones.||11-10917|
|Conform to your head. 200-300% more volume for total comfort. Smooth, soft, washable synthetic leather cover over temperature and pressure sensitive visco-elastic foam core. Great with eyewear or earrings. Eliminate ear pressure. Attach with flange, adhesive ring or snap on mount, depending on headset type.Conforms to your head. 200-300% more volume for total comfort. Temperature-sensitive Confor foam core. Smooth, soft, washable UltraLeather covering over foam core. Great w/ eyewear or earrings. Eliminate ear pressure. Self-wicking reduces perspiration build-up. Attaches with flange, adhesive ring, or snap on mount, depending on headset type. Soft Skin covers keep your ears drier & cooler than with SoftSealŽ alone. Especially helpful in hot, humid climates. Designed to slip over our SoftSealŽ ear cushions for added comfort and product life. Fit loose, not tight like a drum. Choose for 3/4" or 1-1/8" thick SoftSealŽ.|
Looking for a set like these to fit in my MSA Gallet LH250 helmet...will these fit. Thank you. :--)
5 stars if they didnt cost so much, and if the synthetic leather didnt start peeling after a couple years. Been using for 20+ years. With fabric covers they are unbeatable, regardless of the cost. Expect 5 years of good use, with covers. Will definitely buy again, even if the price was to go up.
Compared to the original Bose A20 earcups, these have more room for your ears, but have less surface area against your head, which felt like it exerted more pressure. They started hurting my head after an hour or so. They are also a bit noisier. Ultimately, they are less comfortable and more expensive than the Bose brand ear-cups, although I think theyll last longer.
The fit was much more comfortable and accommodates glasses better but noise level was actually higher than with OEM seals. This was in a high noise cockpit. Might work better in a quieter environment.
The parts received did not fit my Bose A10 headset. They looked like they were for a David Clark. I returned them for credit.
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No, part # 11-08680 will not work for the Bose A20 they are recommended for the Bose aviation X headset.