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Howard Leight Laser Lite Foam Earplugs No Cords (20ct)
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- Made in USA
- Self-adjusting Foam
- Expandable foam provides comfort and long term wear
- Each pair individually packaged in poly bags.
- 32dB Noise Reduction Rating (NRR 32 dB)
- Qty: 20 Pairs
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However, the next morning, a cotton swab from my ear came back pink. The next time I wore the same pair, I checked this again, and it happened again. So, clearly, these plugs are leaching some sort of pink dye into the ear canal, which is somewhat disconcerting. I'd love to assert that this is probably harmless, but I'm unqualified to make such an assertion.
In retrospect, I would have preferred to have purchased an earplug that did *not* leave some sort of chemical dye behind in its wake. No other earplug I have tried has ever left a stain inside my ear canal. Thus, I do not recommend this particular earplug, unless pink ears is what you're going for.
They block sounds a bit better than MAX Lite.
I have smallish ear canals and though these create more pressure on my ears than MAX Lite, I can still sleep with them without any major discomfort (they might feel tight at first, but unpleasant sensations quickly fade away and they don't affect my sleep, nor my ears ache after waking up).
On a side note, my wife is very petite and has never been able to get earplugs to stay in her ears all night but these do! Little tip in case you didn't know is to pull on the top of your ear upwards when putting them in and then continue to hold your ear up and your other finger lightly putting pressure on the earplug. This way it will keep it from expanding out of your ear. Careful you don't insert it too far in though because it can be difficult to get out of you do that.
I use them specifically for when riding motorcycles. The wind noise inside my helmet becomes a problem if I ride for anymore than about half an hour. So I have sveral pairs of these tucked inside my various riding jackets so I always have a pair handy.
They are supposed to be single use, but I have no problem getting two or three wearings out of each pair.
I chose these because they have the highest level,of noise reduction while still being easy and convenient to use. I figure if you're going to use ear plugs you may as well get the noise reduction possible. They are very comfortable compared to generic cylinder style plugs I have used. No trouble wearing these for hours at a time.
The flared bases do make it much easier to remove. I've use other ear plugs that have a simple cylinder shape and they can sometimes be problematic because if you insert them even the slightest bit too far they become very difficult to remove. The flared base helps by giving you a guage as to how far you should insert them and gives you more surface to grip when removing.
The only thing I don't care for is the obnoxious colors. I know why they make them this way but it would be nice to have an option for a color that is more subtle. Not a big deal as I usually remove them as soon as I remove my helmet, so it isn't a reason not to recommend these.
These are great and at a great price!
I will definitely be repurchasing!
In terms of performance, I've used other soft foamies and these are by far my favorite. One big reason being that after you squeeze them and insert them to let them expand, they take their full shape but DO NOT block off the entire environment, giving you that hollow humming sound. At the same time, it actually seems to block off MORE loud noises than the other cheap foamies. I have no idea why.
They run a little long (or I run a little small), so I tend to wear off the rear ends of these, put them in the bag and then hey, I have yet another extra pair.
Between these and those cheap earcups they give you at the shooting range, I think these block off more. Still, I would definitely still put the earcups over your ears while wearing these to double up.