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Howard Leight MAX-1 Foam Ear plugs Uncorded NRR33 (20 Pair)

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  • Max-Lite Low Earplugs Uncorded
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Technical Details
Part Number LPF-1
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.2 x 2.3 x 0.8 inches
Item model numberMAX-1
SizeRegular
Colororange
Item Package Quantity20
Special FeaturesUncorded
  
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Best Sellers Rank #2,255 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJanuary 12, 2010
  
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Max-Lite Low Earplugs Uncorded

Customer Reviews

With them on, I can barely hear any noise.
Zheng Kang
My husband is a light sleeper and these have made all the difference in him getting a good nights sleep when the neighbor's dog barks all night long.
Joanne Chapman
They are the best ear plugs I've ever used--and I've used many over the years.
Rhoda

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

119 of 121 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Rowley on November 6, 2010
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I have a very bad case of ADD which stems from a childhood accident. I am in law school now and require earplugs when I study to block out as much noise as possible. I have gone through 7 different types of ear plugs over the last 4 months. THIS IS THE BEST EARPLUG I HAVE FOUND and I don't need to search anymore! These earplugs block out more noise then any other ear plug I have ever used! Furthermore, they are one of the cheapest (in price) I have ever bought!

ONE PRECAUTION:
prolonged use (such as sleeping with them) will cause your ear canals to become slightly tender after each prolonged use. However, the tenderness will go away shortly after. I believe this is because they seem to expand and put a 'slightly higher' pressure on your ear canals than other earplugs. I presume this is part of the reason why they work better than other ear plugs. So, just be aware of this if you use them for long periods of time. I use these for studying and use an entire different brand of earplug (one that doesn't put so much pressure on the canal) for sleeping.

I thought I would share this as it was a nice relief to finally find some earplugs that blocked everything out for me! Hope this helps!
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Joe Taksel on July 20, 2010
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These ear plugs deserve all the raves they've received. They're by far the best I've used and among the least expensive. And they hold up very well when used repeatedly. A tip: When compressing them by rolling them between your thumb and index finger, do it gradually to avoid folds than can act as channels for wind and noise to seep through. This is the only brand I'll buy from now on.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Ayesha on June 25, 2011
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I am a very light sleeper. The slightest sound, light or movement wakes me up. My husband is a very loud snorer and I went through a sample kit of 20 different earplugs and nothing would drown the sound of the snoring. These were the best pair of earplugs I've tried that allowed me to get a good night's sleep. I found them comfortable as well. My ear canals are quite narrow and most earplugs were painful to take out in the morning. Definitely recommend!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By dgurden on June 22, 2011
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These plugs are AMAZING! I have used them for riding, shooting, loud auto work, and they drown out the sound for EVERYTHING! I read reviews on other sites about people complaining how they are uncomfortable for people with smaller ear canals, but they seem to work fine for me. They are made of a really soft compound, so when they do expand to fill the ear canal, it fills everything and does not over-expand. I suggest going on Howard Leight's website and watching the video on how to insert them. I actually learned a thing or two. Overall, GREAT product.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By John on June 21, 2012
We stayed at the Hotel New Yorker in Miami; and, because it is an older property, with poor insulation, the hotel provided us with ear plugs. Not just any ear plugs; but, the Howard Leight MAX ear plugs. I am a very light sleeper; and, wake at the slightest noise. I didn't hear any of the cars on Biscayne Boulevard, nor, did I hear the extremely loud (apparantly) neighbors up above. They work great!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C.B. Stone on January 28, 2012
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Yeah, so I have a problem with the neighbor lady upstairs. This doesn't make much sense to me, but she runs inside her apartment! These apartments are NOT THAT BIG! I had a roommate like this once; she was just a whirlwind of chaos. Unfortunately, my upstairs neighbor gets up around 5:30 a.m. for her morning noise-making. My answer has been to use earplugs, and this has been reasonably effective.

Earplugs only last so long. They get goopy with earwax, and they lose that elasticity that makes them effective. I had been using a brand from Wal-Mart called, "quiet please," or something like that. As I said, for my particular needs, this brand worked reasonably well. When my last pair was getting stale, I thought I might look around for something a little better than just "reasonable." I turned to Amazon.com reviews. I read the reviews on these orange plugs and thought I would give them a try.

So far, great! These have a better shape than my old brand. They taper at the end. OK, taper isn't the word. They get bigger at the end opposite your eardrum. What's the word for that--flange? Anyway, I think that actually helps. Also, to make my old brand work effectively, I had to really jam them far into my ear, which was a touch uncomfortable. With these, I do not. After a few uses of the same pair of plugs, they are still blocking sound very well.

So yeah, I give these a thumbs up.

Here's a trick to make earplugs more effective:

Just a touch of water to the plug will help cement them in. Don't douse them under the sink or anything, just wet your fingers under the tap and moisten the plugs. Works great!
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By K. G Shrode on July 11, 2010
These are the easiest to use and have the best fit of any of the foam style plugs I have tried. I had to replace a set of professional AO Hear-Guard plugs. Since they are no longer available, I decided to try the many varieties of foam plugs, like the SnorePlug brand that are a pain to get to fit well without working them for several minutes. And they still did not have the same dB cut of the Max-1s. Even tried the World's Finest Moldable ear plugs, which are odd to handle and fit, and are kind of greasy to the feel. It's like having a solid piece of wax in your ear and not nice to roll onto at night. I use the Hearos plugs for music and events. You may have unique issues with large or small ear canals but Max has large and small plugs for that. Do some research on the Howard Leight MAX-1 plugs. I like the soft and lightweight foam plugs. The Max work best for me, but again, in the arena of EASE of fit and overall dB cut these are the best I've used. I always came back to them for comparison. Follow their instructions for the best fit.
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