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Bebird Home 30S hands-on: Family ear cleaning

Bebird Home 30S hands-on: Family ear cleaning

BeBird Home 30S

I have always liked the Bebird range of ear cleaning products. The latest Bebird Home 30S takes everything up a notch, with a flexible otoscope, tools designed to be safe for children, as well as a fluid applicator and tweezers. Basically, you can't ask for more.

I'll be honest, the Bebird Note 5 was already everything I needed. I really only used it maybe once every month to maybe check on my ears, and see if there are really huge pieces of wax to remove. I have a wet type of ear, so ear wax constantly feels icky to me, like they are dripping out of my ears, but they don't get stuck as much as those with dry type.

BeBird Home 30S
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Quick specs

  • HD camera with gimbal gyroscope
  • Integrated UV steriliser, safety lock
  • 80 minute battery life
  • IP67 water resistance

But having tried out the Bebird Home 30S's flexible otoscope, it's honestly a big improvement. Unlike the stiff metal rod of the Bebird Note 5, which doesn't really lend itself to fitting to your ear shape to let you see inside the ear canal, the Home 30S easily bends and curves.

This otoscope is also much smaller, allowing you to reach into smaller ear holes as well. The light is bright, and the image quality is fantastic; it's the clearest I've ever seen of the inside of my ears. However, this flexible otoscope isn't that good for cleaning your ears, so it comes with a metal guard to keep it stiff for scraping.

BeBird Home 30S
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That's also why the Bebird Home 30S comes with three sets of ear cleaning accessories, with one of them designed for kids. I don't have children to test this with, but I can tell you the silicone guard comes with a built-in ruler so you can accurately adjust, and control how deep the Home 30S goes with this guard.

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BeBird Home 30S
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All three sets have mostly similar accessories — a relaxation tip, a spoon tip, a ring tip, tweezers, as well as two disposable tip types: A sticky one that sucks up wax and a fabric type for oily ear wax. These sets attach magnetically to the main egg-shaped holder, which also has a tweezer attachment, a camera cover, a silicone guard, and a fluid applicator for when you need to drip medicine into your ear. I like that you can just push down on the top to pop up the main unit of the Bebird Home 30S.

BeBird Home 30S
Credit: Aloysius Low/Can Buy or Not

I'm still testing the Bebird Home 30S, but it has impressed me so far. It's easy to use, and I loved cleaning my ears with them, though I don't do that often. I don't have a full verdict yet, as I'm waiting to see if they are implementing the telemedicine feature in the app. I'll update this hands-on when that happens. Meanwhile, if you're keen, you can get it from Bebird's website for US$120 or via Indiegogo.

Note: Review unit provided by Bebird.

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