Macks Pillow Soft Ear plugs, Hot Orange - 2 Pair

Helps to relieve flying discomfort and swimmers ear .
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    • UPC: 033732000062
    • Snore Proof
    • Water proof
    • Silicone earplugs
    Macks Pillow Soft Ear plugs, Hot Orange - 2 Pair

    seals out water and reduces noise. It is Snore Proof and Water proof.

    Macks Pillow Soft Silicone Earplugs Feature:

    • America?s No: 1 selling moldable silicone earplugs.
    • The Doctor?s choice for sealing out water and reducing noise.
    • The original silicone earplugs
    • Snore proof
    • Helps relieve flying discomfort
    • Waterproof
    • Helps prevent swimmer?s ear
    • Noise reduction rating v 22 decibels (when used as directed)
    • Swim, sleep, study, shower, work, travel, sports, loud events, flying discomfort and etc.

    Carrying case included.

    Moldable, non-irritating silicone rubber.

    Shipping Weight : 0.50 lb
    FL

    This ear drops gives relief from ringing, buzzing, and noises in ears.

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    This product works all the time, i would highly recommend this product. i certainly can hear better after using this ear drops. It had solved my problem. I would highly recommend this product.

    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.