This Innovative Product Cleans Your Ears and It’s 14% Off

This Innovative Product Cleans Your Ears and It's 14% Off

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Entrepreneurs need to be good listeners. But sometimes, you just need to clean out your ears! We’re joking — yet we’re not joking about the Smart Visual Ear Cleaner, an innovative new way to remove earwax and promote ear health. Because you need your ears for the long haul, and nobody wants to do business with somebody who has clumps of earwax hanging out of their ears.


This clever device has an attached camera with a 360º wide-angle, 1080p Full HD view that wirelessly streams to your Bluetooth device. That way, you get a full, clear HD view of the inside of your ear so you know exactly where those peskiest buildups of wax are hiding. With the attached silicone earbud spoons, you can comfortably remove ear wax without scratching or impacting your ears, making it a much safer way to remove wax than traditional cotton swabs, especially for kids.

The device has a 360mAh battery that supports up to 1.5 hours of continuous use, which translates to about 45 consecutive days of use. It’s rated IP7-waterproof, making it easy to clean with water or wipe with alcohol. That also makes it versatile enough to check teeth, your nasal cavity, your throat, scalp roots, and other body parts that you can’t see with your eyes. All you have to do is remove the magnetic cap to sync the device and get started immediately. Since it’s so lightweight, you can take it with you or store it anywhere.

You’re an innovator, so clean your ears in a more innovative way. For a limited time, you can get the Smart Visual Ear Cleaner for 14% off $34 at just $29.95. You can upgrade to an included storage box for $34.95 (reg. $39). That’s a small price to pay for the cleanest ears you’ve ever had.

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