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Great Product !!
I need protection when using my outdoor equipment and in the summer to keep the knats out of my ears!
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I had picked these up when they were 20% off, thinking it would be no great loss of they didn't fit. I have trouble finding comfortable plugs and so I'm always on the lookout for new ones as I continue to search for the ultimate pair.
If you read the reviews about the Rad Band at the big "A" online store, these get slammed for being extremely uncomfortable. And, it's true. Unless you have a very small head, these are painful to wear. I couldn't wear them for more than 10 minutes the first time. The earplugs are just too close to one another and the pressure they put on your ears makes you want to throw them out immediately. But, they are easy to fix: Remove the plugs and drop the plastic band in a pot of very hot water to soften the plastic up. Expand them to where the fit is just right and hold the plastic band under cold water to cool the plastic. It will then retain the new shape. This is a great way of adjusting sunglasses, too.
Be careful to not have the earplugs too far apart otherwise the earplugs won't fit snugly in your ear canals and you'll lose much of the noise reducing ability.
The Jelli Plugs are very comfortable (for me, anyways) as they are very soft and malleable. More so than any foam ones I've tried. Two sets are provided.
The only other thing to be concerned with is the Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 23 decibels. I find this level works well for most tools but there are times that I use ear protection with a higher rating. Do a bit of research to see if NNR 23 works for you...
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