Get Your Head on Straight

Usually when someone tells you to get your head on straight, it means that you’ve acted inappropriately, made an error in judgment, or your priorities weren’t thought through well enough. That, or the person telling you to do so is just flat out wrong, in which case a swift kick to ear is in order…followed by a tongue lashing along the lines of “why don’t you worry about your own head, your ear in particular, which is currently off.”
 
With all the negative connotations surrounding that phrase, it’s about time somebody put a good spin on it. And who better than SkyGeek? So from here on out, we will interpret getting your head on straight to mean “taking care of your head.” That’s a lot less hostile, and nobody has to lose an ear.
 
When I think of taking care of my squash, I think of three things. Wearing a helmet when necessary, getting my hair cut, and making sure I have a comfortable, convenient, functioning headset. I’m not a storm trooper, so I can’t help you any helmets. I’m not a barber, so unless you want your head shaved…I can’t help you there either. What I can help you with is making sure your aviation headset is comfortable, convenient and in full working order.
 
So, my fellow SkyGeeks, here’s some quality headset gear to help you get your head on straight!  

Headset Bags

 Headset Bags

 

Cell Phone Headset Adapter

Cell Phone Headset Adapter

Headset Ear Seals & covers

Headset Ear
Seals & Covers

Headset Microphones

Headset Microphones

headset mic covers

Headset Mic
Covers

Handheld Headset Adapters

Handheld Headset Adapters

Headset jacks

Headset Jacks

 

Headset Plugs

Headset Plugs

 

Headset Pads

Headset Pads

 

Headset Push-to-Talk Switches

Headset Push-to-Talk Switches

That’s it for this week everyone, until next week, take care!