Flents quiet please foam ear plugs - 10 pair

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Protects hearing by reducing harmful noise.
Retail: $4.83
Our Price:$3.36
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    • UPC : 023185081503

    MANUFACTURER: APOTHECARY PRODUCTS.

    INDICATIONS:

    Flents quiet please foam ear plugs
    • Protects by reducing harmful noise.
    • Helps sleep better naturally.
    • Protects hearing by reducing harmful noise.
    • Sleep better naturally.
    • Excellent for:
      • Sleeping
      • Power tools
      • Lawn mowing
      • Car racing
      • Concerts
      • Rifle range
      • Studying.

    DIRECTIONS:

    • With clean hands, slowly roll plug into a thin, crease-free cylinder.
    • While compressed, insert plug into ear canal. Fitting is easier if outer ear is pulled outwards and upwards during insertion.
    • With fingertips, hold plug in place until it begins to expand and block noise. The degree of noise reduction depends upon proper insertion.

    WARNINGS:

    • Keep away from infants and small children.
    • This product is non-toxic, but may interfere with breathing if caught in windpipe.
    • Federal law prohibits removal of this label prior to purchase.
    Shipping Weight : 0.20 lb
    Indianapolis

    Best ear plugs ever...

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    I'm 65 and just started swimming again. These are the best earplugs I have ever used. However, they are expensive as you throw them away after use.

    excellent

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    Block sound better than any foam earplug and don't irritate the ear canal like foam ear plugs do.


    Washington

    Wax much better than Foam plugs

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    I have been using these wax plugs for years and I just cannot sleep without them now. They offer maximum noise protection for me. They are a little bit difficult to get used to but, I think, much better than foam. I cut them in half and roll them in my fingers before I put them in my ears. The trick is to push them in and build up a little vacuum in the ear canal.