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  • posted bycoolesterol on 05/29/2015

    Cons: These are so soft that they present difficulty in putting inside your ears. And once they're inside you can still hear a lot of background noise.

    Impression:Not so good;

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  • posted byadrianboy on 04/17/2015

    Pros: - the two ear plugs are connected by a string so it makes them less prone of loosing them in bed. - good fitting in the ear - good (but not best) noise isolation Cons: - I had this before and after a while the foam tends to absorb the humidity (i think this is the reason) and become more a... Read more

    Useful little gadget, decent quality

    Impression: decent quality,Useful little gadget;

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  • posted bymintycake on 03/17/2014

    When you squeeze them, they become smaller than sku.21094 which makes them easier to insert compared to the popular sku.21094. They block off distant noises like traffic noise or someone watching TV in a different room well but closer noises may still be heard. These also have a cord which makes... Read more

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  • posted byalesponchiado on 10/25/2013

    I already bought earplugs in stores in my town, and none are as comfortable as this, this ear protection is soft and comfortable. After a while that you are using this earplugs you will forget that you are using it, beause its is imperceptible. It has a rope connecting the two guards, preventing... Read more

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  • posted byhenrykazuo on 03/08/2013

    This earplugs come with a trap which is WAY MORE useful than you think. Theses are great for carrying in your travelling pouch, studies bag or even right next to your bed. They have a good fit in your ear also. The price isn't perfect. For such a small item, I would love to pay less than a They I... Read more

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  • posted bybruno7855 on 02/01/2013

    It is a good product,trust me,but not perfect, it doesn't isolates totally the noise,even with it pushed really deep into your ears,you can still hear some background noise,and it doesn't even need to be a really noisy enviroment.The strap is really useful helping you not to lose it and after use... Read more

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  • posted byyurirar on 01/07/2013

    Light, basic, usefull, cheap, as expected. Good to use and concerts (eliminate the noises and you just get the music, hahah) and maybe sometimes for band reharshals. Sometimes it doesn't get much confortable inside the ears, but not much of a problem, and looks like it will get old soon. Good, to... Read more

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  • posted byViliNeto on 10/13/2012

    What did you say? Lol. Well I consider it very important for a person who work in a noisy environment or can't sleep easily because of external noises. When you use this plugs you immediately stop to listen almost 80% of noise, which is impressive. I do really recommend. For me the only con is a... Read more

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  • posted bygarfpt on 08/20/2012

    - Really soft memory foam. - Have a strap so you don't loose the earplugs. - Comfortable to wear even when sleeping. - Pricier for a product of this kind. - Should have included two pairs of earplugs for about this price. I bought these earplugs to sleep a few more minutes in the morning, as I a... Read more

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  • posted byalesponchiado on 06/27/2012

    - I already bought earplugs in stores in my town, and none are as comfortable as this, this ear protection is soft and comfortable. - After a while that you are using this earplugs you will forget that you are using it, beause its is imperceptible - It has a rope connecting the two guards, you -... Read more

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