Flents Quiet Please Earplugs, 100 Pair
About this deal
But it was not until 1907, when German company Ohropax (“ear peace”) released the first commercial earplugs, just in time for WWI. It’s really more difficult to roll into a thinner cylinder but it’s so much more comfortable than the Protechs earplugs for sleep (the white and blue ones). The noise reduction rating was designed to allow users exposed to potentially damaging noise levels to quickly assess whether a hearing protector is effective enough for protecting their hearing.
S. noise reduction ratings (NRR) for the Quiet Time, Quiet Contour, and Quiet Please are 33, 33, and 29 decibels respectively. To keep a pair, I performed only two earplug insertions (two different days) for the old formula and three for the Protechs QP (a new pair on each of three different days). Give seller benefit of doubt due to both Federal Monday holiday and then freezing temperatures with ice/snow across much of nation between placing the purchase and when finally delivered.
This amount includes seller specified domestic postage charges as well as applicable international postage, dispatch, and other fees.
Also, in the noise reduction label (still NRR 29) the product number is now 68002A while it was 68002 before. With the Original, I got about about five to six days of good noise reduction, while the Protechs are spent after three days. If you are looking for an effective remedy against disturbing low frequency noises <125 Hz, including music bass and traffic rumble, the NRR doesn’t tell you which earplug is going to do better. Their bullet-like shape and a firm enough material allow you to wiggle them around bends and fully insert them. Popular products include Insty Splint finger splints, sleep masks, hot/cold water bottles, ice bags and eye patches.Also, they keep their shape much longer than the Quiet Please, so they are more economical over time. In the meantime, the discerning users and disgruntled regulars may try Mack’s Thermafit, 3M Classic earplugs, or something similar.