The MH180H tactical bone conduction headset allows an operator to receive incoming radio transmissions through his/her facial bones leaving both ears un-colluded to maintain 360 degrees of situational and directional awareness

The MH180H receives radio transmissions via bone conductors placed strategically inside both the left and right headset side piece housings of the headset which rest directly in front of the ears, on the face, when properly positioned and worn. Think of the bone conductor housings as "side burn extensions"

The MH180H head frame is crafted form stainless steel and designed to encircle the head from the sides and rear (horizontal) rather than a vertical design that positions the frame over the top of the head. The horizontal frame design is sometimes more user friendly, avoiding helmet padding issues on some older styles of protective helmets. To stabilize the headset from forward movement, once properly fitted on the head, a fully adjustable rubber stabilizer strap is included