The Best Investment I Have Ever Made!

Category: | Friday, September 30th, 2022

The Issue: I bought my racing radios in 2008 with the standard race receivers ear buds. Since then I had to purchase another pair because they crackled so bad I could not understand my spotter. In racing we use spotters as our second set of eyes so hearing my spotter clearly is the key. During the first race of the season I noticed I was having more issues with the standard ear buds yet again. I could only hear out of one ear bud and there was still crackling. Also in order for the ear buds to stay in my ears tightly enough to hear what I could I had to use duct tape to keep them in which is a hassle and also hurt to take off because it was pulling out my hair. After all that time I just got so fed up. That’s when I called Mark Reid. The Service: I had spoke with Mark about my problems that I was having because I knew he offered a solution for it. At my convenience I was able to go to his house where he talked to me about his product and the benefits of getting custom ear molds. He then started on the ear molds and was very gentle and knowledgeable about the product. He explained to me that they would be sent off and made in any color I wanted. He also took the time to make sure the connector that I needed was the correct one. The Solution: After about two weeks I received my customer race receivers – just in time for my next race. I loved that I no longer had to use duct tape to keep my ear buds in when I put on my helmet. I could hear my spotter crystal clear which was very helpful that particular night because I was racing hard in traffic and it kept me out of harm’s way. My custom ear molds are so comfortable I recommend them to any racecar driver and also the custom hearing protection for anyone involved in racing and other sports like hunting or shooting. There is no question about it my experience with Mark and my customer race receivers. They are absolutely amazing and they are the best investment I have ever made! Thank you! Mark