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With the large variety of two-way headsets out there to choose from, it is hard to know how to choose the best solution for your business. The best value isn’t necessarily the cheapest option, and the most expensive option isn’t necessarily the best choice.

Purchasing a piece of equipment for a business requires research. Part of that research is finding what to look for in that equipment. The decision to purchase a two-way radio headset solution requires more than thinking about cost and features. There are many other things to consider that can affect your ROI, workplace safety, and the overall effectiveness of your communication.

An example of this would be the ability to retain situational awareness. Some noise-blocking two-way radio headsets simply block noise, reducing the wearer’s ability to hear speech and remain aware of what is happening in their surroundings. If a worker cannot hear what is going on in the environment around them such as a warning shout or a safety alarm, accidents or injuries may occur, and work time would be lost.

Consider your two-way radio headset an investment in your business and employees. Thinking ahead and putting a little extra effort into finding a 2-way radio headset that provides protection and is adaptable to the changing needs of your business and work environment is time well spent.

Our team at Sensear has put our heads together and come up with a 13-Point Checklist of What You Should Look for in a Two-Way Radio Headset. Download our checklist and have it with you when you are making your comparisons. Keeping these things in mind will help narrow the field and make it easier for you to find the right two-way headset for your work environment.

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