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Noizezz 17dB Purple Mild Reusable Universal Ear Plugs (Opened)

$55.00 $42.00

TINNITUS . FLYING . NOISY NEIGHBOURS . TRAFFIC . SLEEPING

The Noizezz Purple range is our mild filter with an attenuation of up to 17 dB and help to reduce noisy environments down to a more practical level.

Specifically these Ear Plugs can be used when flying, problems with noisy neighbours, traffic, sleeping and many other uses. These Purple Ear Plugs can also help reduce tinnitus.

N.B To achieve this more moderate price we have opened the blister pack to reduce the height of the item before sending. We will of course take great care not to touch the ear plugs. You can purchase the unopened product at a higher price in out store.

 

Noizezz Brochure

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Noizezz – European technology developing some of the worlds finest and comfortable Hearing Protection solutions since 1976.

Unlike most other ear plugs, Noizezz has designed a unique filter that will keep speech intelligible and essential warning signals audible. You will also receive a made to measure fit.

These Hearing Protection solutions are easy to use and because they do not protrude the outer ear, they remain safe and effective. You do not get that sealed-off feeling in your ears like many other Ear Plugs.

So, what’s in the blister pack?

– 4 x 2 sets of Ear Plugs for a more comfortable fit. Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. Choose the size that best suits your individual needs.

– 1 x handy Ear Plugs tin to keep your ear plugs away from dust and dirt.

– Comprehensive Instruction booklet

We live in a world where sound is all around us all the time and we get used to it quickly. Even when the sound level around you is very high. Just think of the factory floor or visiting a dance party or concert… The intensity of sound is expressed in dB. Exposure to a sound level of 80 dB during an 8-hour period is commonly regarded as the safety limit. Exposure to sounds above 80 dB can lead to hearing impairment.

During a concert, there is an average sound level of 90-130 dB. This is when you should know that wearing some kind of hearing protection is necessary. As a general rule you could say that sound can have adverse effects on your hearing when you are at an arm’s length away from a sound source and you have to shout to make yourself understood.