The Elastic Strap Mod
This modification replaces the existing elastic strap with a piece of double-sided Velcro (yes, actual Velcro) fastener strap. Found this stuff at my local huge home building mart. It is called Get•A•Grop Multi-Use Straps. It comes in several colors- we chose black. The straps are actually one 9' long strip that you can cut to length. We get five straps per 9' length, so, a little less than 2' per strap.
Pull the elastic strap out and discard it, since it is probably dead and no longer elastic and has several years-old knots in them trying to keep the headset on your head.
- Hold the headset and the overhead strap piece (it sits over your left ear) so that the two end slots overlap.
- Run the Velcro strap through the end slots so that the fuzzy side of the Velcro faces out. Close the circle. Instant, fully-variable headset strap to fit all head sizes!
- Well, maybe not all. We ran a game for a local Boy Scout Troop. One of the dads wanted to play, and he had a really big head. We had to use two strap on the back of his head! But, because it was all Velcro, everything worked marvelously!
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