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Howard Leight LL1 Laser Lite Earplugs no Cords (200 ct)

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  • Self-adjusting foam expands to fit virtually every wearer
  • Smooth, soil-resistant foam skin prevents dirt build-up
  • Contoured T-shape for easy insertion and wear
  • Vibrant colors for high visibility
  • Noise Reduction Rating: 32
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Howard Leight LL1 Laser Lite Earplugs no Cords (200 ct) + Howard Leight LPF-1 Max Lite Uncorded Foam Earplugs Box, 200 Pair + Howard Leight MAX1 Earplugs Uncorded NRR33 Box/200 Count
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number LL1
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.5 x 2.8 x 1.4 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model numberLL-1
ColorPink/Yellow
Item Package Quantity1
Special FeaturesUncorded
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB0007XJOLG
Best Sellers Rank #829 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 2, 2004
  
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  • Uncorded

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From the Manufacturer

Laser Lite uncorded single-use earplugs are made of self-adjusting foam that expands to fit virtually every wearer. The contoured T-shape allows for easy insertion and fit. It's smooth, soil-resistant skin prevents dirt build-up. Vibrant colors make protection visible. Pairs are individually packaged in a polybag. NRR 32.

Product Description

Honeywell Self-adjusting Ear Plugs LL1 Safety Gear

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Customer Reviews

Each pair individually wrapped.
GeographicAli
All of my students use them on the range and the form to their ears quickly. .
ImYourHuckleBerry223
These are good fitting comfortable ear plugs.
Bryant

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104 of 105 people found the following review helpful By A. Winters on July 29, 2008
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I have been using these ear plugs for the past few years, and I don't know how I got through a decade of marriage without them! My husband was quite the snorer... And I am a VERY light sleeper. The slightest little things wake me up. And I would be up alllllll night, nudging him back onto his side. His life improved, too, since he was allowed to sleep comfortably on his back without me pushing at him all night.

I can now sleep through all of those little things that used to wake me, AND the snoring! I recommend combining the earplugs with the use of a fan. I keep my floor fan on, facing away, and I am in my own little blissful quiet zone. Make sure that you follow the directions for using the earplugs or they may not work properly.

Advice for those who complained about the size: These generally come in three sizes. The higher the noise reduction rating, the larger the ear plug is, and more noise gets blocked out:

Smallest, with lowest noise reduction (But still pretty darn good!) : NRR30 Howard Leight Maxlite Uncorded Earplugs hearing protection 200 pair

Medium in size and NRR, and these are my favorites : NRR32 Howard Leight LL1 Laser Lite Uncorded Earplugs hearing protection 200 pair

For larger ear canals, and with the highest NRR of this brand/style : NRR33 Howard Leight Max-1 Uncorded Earplugs 200 pair
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65 of 68 people found the following review helpful By J. Bidlack on May 19, 2006
If you're a person that needs some peace and quiet when it's hard to find, these are the best tool for the job. I've used these for several years. Working nights and having to sleep when neighbors are mowing the lawn... Working days and having to concentrate when the drama queen on the other side of the cube wall is having a another mental break down... Whatever it is that you don't want to hear, these will work wonders! Most people might think that all earplugs are the same, but to me, these are the top of the line. I've used several kinds. Most either are a pain to fit in, or a pain when they expand! These are perfect. Never fumbling trying to get them inserted, never discomfort when they reach their maximum size. Wonderful sound absorption!
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33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Robin Husslage on September 16, 2007
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Great ear plugs. Soft & effective - doesn't hurt ear canal. And, they come in these nifty 2/bag with an easy open end! Works for small female ears (mine) and large male ears (my husband's)!
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By S. Young on January 11, 2007
I bought these for target practice at the gun range. The value is unbeatable compared to the hardware or discount store, the pillow packs are nice, and these are some truly wonderful earplugs. Easy to roll, quick to expand, and very good at quieting things down. Plus, gotta love the color!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Matthew on February 5, 2011
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They work, plain and simple. I previously bought the green, cone shaped ear plugs from "x" brand (I actually don't recall the name [nor do I ever want to think of the name again], because I threw them away as soon as I bought these.) Skip whatever other brand you were thinking of buying and give these a try first. They work!

1.) Make sure you read the directions. I never knew this, but apparently there is a proper way to place the ear plugs in your ear. It takes more than just "rolling them up and shoving them in." You have to do it in such a way that they are properly placed deep inside the canal, as to provide maximum comfort, keep them from falling out during the night and maximize the sound buffering.

2.) If you find that your ears are sore - if you're the kind of person who wears them at night time as I do - give it about 2 weeks. Also, take a few days off to let your ears adjust and recover. When I first started wearing them, my ears were very sore the next morning. It also felt very awkward to wear them throughout the night. But now, 3-4 weeks later, my ears are not sore at all, they stay in all night and they are only MILDLY uncomfortable. The only really annoying thing is that my ears get very itchy in the morning. Usually I can remedy this by scratching my ear OVER the ear plug. Then I just pass out again and all is well.

Tip: Don't take them out during the morning, because you'll never get them back in. Your hands will A.) Be way too fatigued and tired and B.) The earplug will be much too warm and pliable. If you plan on doing that, keep a "cold" spare pair hanging around the bed somewhere that you can conveniently and easily reach. I keep a spare pair on the bottom of my window sill, since the head of my bed is near the window.

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By M. Primm on June 23, 2011
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Jack hammers and shotguns, might want to go with something a little bigger unless you have narrow ear canals. Sleeping through barking dogs, screaming babies, neighbor's monster truck; yes, yes, yes. I've been using these for about a year and I am addicted to them.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Katherine Krauss on August 6, 2009
I've probably tried every earplug on the market and these are definately the best.
They are far more comfortable then any other and completely block out noise (even the base beat on my upstairs neighbor's stereo!).

Just remember to gently twist them as you are removing them to prevent suction in the ear canal.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kyle on May 18, 2011
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I really like these. I tried just about every single retail earplug.
I found these to be the best and most comfortable.
The product you are ordering comes in a huge box, and every pair is individually wrapped in little perforated bags complete with basic instructions (inside the box is a pamphlet with 20 or so languages on to insert). Amazons title says 200 ct, to clarify that's 200 individual baggies, each containing a pair of plugs. Not 200 total plugs. Every ear is different so your mileage may vary, so try out a few types from your local 'mart or pharmacy.
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