EAR SEALS EARPLUGS
EAR SEALS EARPLUGS
- Product Code: EAR SEALS EARPLUGS
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: SGD $15.50
Mack’s® Ear Seals® Earplugs dual-material design provides a unique combination of super-soft seal rings for unmatched comfort and a stiffer inner core for ease of insertion. The detachable cord allows you to conveniently hang plugs around your neck in environments where noise comes and goes. Washable and reusable. For power tools, loud events, shooting sports, motor sports, etc. Noise Reduction Rating – 27 decibels. Carrying case included. (1 pair)
Earplugs seal out water and noise
What makes Mack's Ear Seals innovative?
Dual Durometer Design - Two plastics used in the molding process allow for ease of insertion and unmatched comfort.
Dual Purpose -
Seal out noise with a noise reduction rating of 27 decibels (higest ever for a flanged earplug)
Exceptional ability to seal out water
Super Soft Seal Rings - Incredibly soft for extreme comfort
Detachable Cord - Convenient for hanging plugs around your neck in environments where noise comes and goes. Quickly and easily remove the cord for water activities.
Washable and reuseable
What are the earplugs made of and do they contain latex?
The earplugs are made from two different types of plastic; one for the rigid inner core, the other for the soft seal rings. They do not contain any latex.
Can the earplugs be cleaned?
Yes. The earplugs can be cleaned with mild soap and warm water. Dry thoroughly before re-inserting into ear canal.
Can these earplugs be used to seal out water and reduce noise?
Yes, these earplugs are designed for noise and water protection. For your safety, remove the cord while using the earplugs for water activities and sleeping.
Are there any application tips to help me get an airtight/watertight seal with the earplugs?
First try re-inserting after carefully re-reading the directions. If you still have trouble getting the earplug to seal, re-insert and wiggle the stem while gently pushing the earplug to form a waterproof seal. If you are still having trouble inserting the earplug into the ear canal, try inserting it with the tip pointed slightly forward toward your face. A sign that the earplug is sealing properly is that your own voice will sound more internal and exaggerated. Another way to check that you have a proper seal is to grip the stem of the plug and wiggle it (ever so slightly) in and out. A properly sealed plug will create a slight suction effect.