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Summary Of The New Mack's Earplugs Range

Noise induced hearing loss can creep up on you without realising it, often in later life, due to prolonged exposure to loud noise. Unfortunately, when this happens the damage is irreversible. The emphasis therefore has to be on preventing this form of hearing loss from happening in the first place. There are ways and means of protecting your hearing; the simplest method is to wear a pair of earplugs when in a noisy setting. Situations where earplugs come in handy:
  • To help protect your ears when listening to live music, at concerts, nightclubs or parties where sound can be damagingly high.
  • To help block the noise from power tools at home, such as mowing the lawn or operating a drill.
  • To block the noise from motor sports and other noisy recreational activities.
  • To protect against loud noise in the workplace.
  • To block out distracting sounds when studying.
  • To help you sleep when you’ve a partner that snores.
  • Can act as a barrier against ear infections for swimmers.
  • When flying, earplugs can help regulate the ears after frequent changes in air pressure, if worn for the whole flight.
HearingDirect specialise in providing innovative solutions to enhance or protect your hearing. We’re therefore excited to announce the arrival of a new range of earplugs that offer superior comfort as well as successfully reducing harmful sound. Mack’s Pillow Soft Silicone Earplugs Unfortunately we no longer stock the range of Mack's earplugs, view our current range of ear protection here Made of silicone putty, these latex free earplugs are designed to mold to the contours of your ear. They have a noise reduction rating (NRR) of up to 22dB, when the earplugs are correctly fitted. They are dual purpose and help you to:
  • Reduce noise levels to a more manageable, less damaging level.
  • Seal your ears from water when you swim or shower, reducing the risk of common ear infections often picked up in water-based activities.
  • Drift off to sleep despite any snoring from your partner!
They’re supplied as a six pair pack. Mack’s Pillow Soft Silicone Kids Size Earplugs With six pairs to a pack, they offer the same protection as the adult sized earplugs listed above; they’re just a brightly coloured, smaller version. Ideal for children under the age of six years old, or those with a small ear canal, they’re made of latex free, silicone rubber. Perfect for protecting small ears after surgery, you can swim with them, fly with them and enjoy the same noise reduction rating of 22dB. Mack’s DreamGirl Foam Earplugs These foam earplugs are perfect for ladies looking for a comfortable solution for protracted periods of time, such as sleeping. They’re supplied as a pack of ten pairs, with a free travel case thrown in! Made with urethane foam, they’re designed to help those with small or overly sensitive ear canals. With a noise reduction rating of 30dB, they are highly effective in shielding your ears from damaging sound. Mack’s Snoozers Silicone Earplugs These silicone, latex free putty earplugs, mold beautifully to the shape of your ear. They’re designed to cover the ear canal rather than fill it, are extremely comfortable to wear and are perfect for long nights of peaceful slumber. They’re supplied as a six pair pack, with a noise reduction rating of 22dB. This means sound entering your ear should be reduced by an average of 22 decibels, proving an effective barrier to loud noise, such as snoring. Mack’s Ultra Soft Foam Earplugs For the highest noise reduction rating in the Mack range, look no further than these soft urethane foam earplugs, which reduce sound by up to 32dB. Packaged as a set of ten pairs, they are perfect for those who find themselves regularly exposed to damaging noise levels. They come with a tapered design for comfortable long-term use and are easy to fit, providing excellent protection when you need it most. A free travel case is also thrown in as part of the deal.
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