Walker’s Game Ear Digital HD Power Hearing Enhancement Systemment




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  1. DAVID ATCHASON says:
    17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hear Here, February 18, 2011
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    This review is from: Walker’s Game Ear Digital HD Power Hearing Enhancement Systemment (Sports)

    My 4th Walker’s Game ear, puchased because my oldest one just died out. As a hearing aid it is excellent, better than my fitted ones that cost me $2,700 for a pair. I appreciate the inclusion of a tiny screwdriver for adjusting the frequency response, I used the screwdriver on an older unit that buzzed, and the buzzing stopped, so I gained another useful hearing aid. The only drawback to this unit is that it has no on-off switch and rotary volume control like more expensive units. So to conserve the battery when I’m not using it, I have to open the battery compartment slightly and then close it in order to turn the unit back on. Sometimes this leads to battery falling out, or the door closing inadvertently which runs down the battery. But I knew this, and opted not to buy the more expensive model with the rotary volume and on-off wheel, I assume they still make these. Adjusting the volume correctly is a learning curve, and it gets erratic when the battery is low, but it’s no worse a process and probably better than my much more expensive hearing aids. I do a lot of outdoor activities, hiking, running, mountain climbing, and have never had my units fall out, but these are so cheap it would not disrupt my budget if I lost one on the trail. I take off the foam plug it comes with and replace it with the ear bud, but only for appearances sake. A little DIY project. While these don’t restore my hearing to levels of normal young people, they enable me to cope with social conversations again.

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  2. Gary C. Mulder says:
    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Started Great Poor Follow Up, August 15, 2011
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    Gary C. Mulder (Sunbury, OH) –
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    I purchased two Game Ear HD for turkey hunting in the Virginia mountains. They worked great until the second time out this past spring when one would not work. I contacted Walkers and was directed to send the unit along with $59.95 to have the unit repaired. About a month after sending the unit along with everything that was included with the original purchase (Unit, ear plug, sound tube and adjusting tool) to the provided address I received the unit back. No ear plug, sound tube or adjusting tool were returned. I tried to contact Walkers but they will not reply to my e-mails. THEY TOTALLY FAIL AT COUSTEMER SERVICE.

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