Flents Flitemate Pressure Reducing Earplugs - 1 Pair

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Flents Flitemate Pressure Reducing Earplugs which reduces pressure in ears during flight.
Retail: $5.85
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    • UPC : 023185000061
    MANUFACTURER: FLENTS.

    INDICATIONS:

    Reduces pressure in ears during flight. Remains comfortably in place for long periods. Universally made to fit most ears. Noise reduction rating 22 decibels (when used as directed). Contains 1 pair with case.

    DIRECTIONS:
    1. With clean hands insert the plugs with a slight twisting motion into the ear canal. Never use force, allow to sit comfortably in ear. If painful, remove and reinsert.
    2. Fitting is easier if outer ear is pulled outwards and upwards during insertion and/or mouth is opened and lower jaw is dropped.
    3. In the presence of background noise, check that the plug attenuates noise well.
    4. Check if one can hear oneself talk, if not, plug may not be fitted properly. For best results, use no more than five times. For air travel, insert before take off and remove after landing. WARNINGS:
      For external use only. Keep away from infants.

    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.