Small ear canals - Great fit.
on the 27th Dec 2016
I bought these because they were offerred by BSSAA, I would not have taken the risk otherwise. When you look at the initial cost compared to a pair of disposable ear plugs you really need to justify the purchase. I have been wearing a variety of ear plugs for the past five years, from soft foam, plastic, silicon, mouldable silicone, and rubber. I was pleasantly suprised as these ear plugs: * Fit well. * Stayed in. * Were very comfortable, even as I rolled around in my bed at night, I did not notice them:) * Blocked annoying sounds. * Allowed important sounds in - For example; a fire alarm went off in the middle of the night, and I awoke, and from my bed I was able to listen to the fireman's instructions over the intercom.I also did not experience any tearing of the soft ends, they just slid into my narrow ear canal, night after night, and came out easily in the morning.Will I purchase another pair? Yes. Would I recommend these to a friend? Yes.
Solid ear plugs
on the 22nd Dec 2016
I have been buying the disposable ear plugs for a while to drown out my wife's snoring, I am a light sleeper to be fair. On a cost basis these look expensive but when compared to bags of disposable ones they start to make sense. They also block out much more noise so I am happy with the investment, just trying not to loose them!
Brilliant new invention
on the 8th Dec 2016
I was one of the crowd-funders for this product and I'm glad to be associated with its launch. It's an amazing product, works so well and comes with a range of soft pads to fit a variety of ear sizes. There's also a 'mini' version available if you have very small ear canals. The key thing of course is that these work. I put them in with a room full of people and once the foam expanded it shut out virtually all sound. I can't recommend these enough.