A cased pair of flesh coloured silver plated articulated ear tubes
Most ear tubes have a receiving section or dish which joins at right-angles to the tube proper which rests inside the auditory canal. These tubes have an articulated junction which allows the receiving plate and the tube to be adjusted to different angles and in theory at least sit more comfortably in a number of different shaped ears. The receiving plate is flesh coloured by way of camouflage. The tubes come in a gilt embroidered satin and velvet lined leather case.