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Liberty Glove & Safety-14310 DuraPlug Uncorded Disposable Foam Earplug with 32 dB NRR, Orange (Case of 200 Pairs)

Liberty Glove & Safety

Liberty Glove & Safety-14310 DuraPlug Uncorded Disposable Foam Earplug with 32 dB NRR, Orange (Case of 200 Pairs)

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Product Description Product Description
  • Super-soft, slow-recovery tapered shape foam for easy insertion and removal
  • High visibility color plus bright color cord make compliance checks quick and easy
  • Low pressure, self-adjusting foam offers long wearing comfort and quick recovery time
  • Noise reduction rating (NRR): 32dB
  • Comply to ANSI S3.19
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Excellent Performance and ValueExtremely happy with these plugs. I sleep with ear plugs most nights and also use them regularly on a motorcycle. Very surprised to hear other reviewers talk about losing seal or form after a few uses. I have used pairs of these daily for 7+ days and have experienced zero issues with loss of shape, form or function. I usually toss the pair when it gets a bit too dirty. I paid less than $20 for 200 pairs, which easily lasts me a few years. As far as noise blocking, they are great for blocking noise during sleep. On the motorcycle I protect myself from a loud exhaust and noise from wind (which is the real killer) but still retain more than enough sound to hear other vehicles, my own engine, and my general surroundings. 5Great earplugsThese are very good earplugs. I have tried multiple types previously, including foam, barbed, over the head muffs, etc. These work better and are quieter as well. More comfortable than the barbed type and cooler (temperature) than over the head muffs.I have pretty skinny ear canals, apparently, and these work well for me. They are relatively firm and when you roll them to a smaller diameter, they hold this size long enough for you to get them into your ears properly (pull your ear back or down as needed to open up the ear canal, then insert the highly rolled plug into the ear canal). Then, within a minute they expand and fill the ear canal.They are also somewhat re-usable. I keep a set near the lawn mower and weedwacker, and have re-used them about 4 times so far and they look almost like new.I also like them without the connecting cord. With the cord, it always seems to catch something (glasses, collar, tool belt suspenders, etc.). I have accidentally yanked more than one ear-plug out this way. Without the connector, you don't have any of those problems.For really loud work (wood chipper, chainsaw), I put a set of over the head muffs on top of these and it's very quiet. On breaks I lift off the over the head muffs and leave the foam plugs in.My wife also uses them for lawn mowing. She has a custom-molded set of plug she uses for sleeping, and the foam plugs work great for her in the yard.I keep a few pairs in my sling bag (5.11 man-purse) and have them when I need them. Car race, etc. 5Adult with ADD: These are THE BEST noise blockers.I am an adult with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). These are the best noise blockers I have ever tried, and I may have tried them all :-)) Liberty DuraPlug Uncorded Disposable Foam Earplug with 32 dB NRR, Orange (Case of 200 Pairs) turns out to be one cent per pair. Far cheaper than any others I have ever used, I have no regrets for tossing a pair and grabbing a new pair, which is a significant factor to reduce the risk of ear infections. They come packaged as two in a small plastic bag, making carrying clean pairs around in a purse or briefcase exceptionally easy. The plugs seem to be of a different foam than the others I have used. All the foam earplug brands have the same instructions - roll them to a thin point, insert, and give them time to expand. That is where the similarities end. When I insert these and wait, I can distinguish the noise fading away. When I pull them out, I sometimes get a "pop" which I never experienced with other plugs. There is a strong degree of difference in the noise-muffling from these plugs. I can still hear significant noise like child screams or yells and dog barks, which is a good safety point. However, the cushioning and filtering of noise is exceptional. I highly recommend these earplugs! 5You can ear plugs that look like these for a dollar the gun clubs which I ...Found these by searching for quality ear plugs and was surprised these were at the top of the list when it came to noise reduction, beating products costing up to $300. You can ear plugs that look like these for a dollar the gun clubs which I thought these were. These not only roll up and then expand better than others, these are the best I've ever used and block out more sound then any plug I've used and I have a dozen types, some costing upwards of $200. For sheer noise reduction, these can't be beat. 5Best Disposable Earplugs I Have Ever UsedUsed as directed, these provide substantial amounts of sound attenuation - much more than the cylindrical foam earplugs I used previously. They are very soft and mold well to the ear canal when they expand, which no doubt is why the reduction of loudness is so good. (The expansion may require up to 30 seconds.) I use them mostly for yard work with noisy equipment. Each pair of earplugs is sealed in its own plastic bag with instructional diagrams on one side.I see that some reviewers who use these while sleeping complain they tend to fall out. I find this surprising. In my experience, they seal so well to the ear canal that I must be careful when removing them. I GENTLY twist them to break the seal and then remove them. Perhaps others are not properly compressing them and holding them in the ear canal during expansion, as directed on the package. 5Much better options availableI sleep with earplugs in every night, as I'm very sensitive to noise, so I tend to buy them in bulk. I figured that they were pretty much the same no matter the brand, so when I saw that these were a few dollars cheaper than the last ones I bought, I thought I'd found a new preference. Unfortunately, I was very disappointed in these, for several reasons:1. They don't last very long. I'm used to being able to use the same pair of ear plugs for at least 3-5 days. After that, the foam stops holding its shape, making the plugs difficult to insert. These, however, started getting "squishy" after just one night.2. The exterior is slick rather than matte or textured. This means any type of lubrication, be it natural skin oil, water, sweat, whatever, makes the plugs lose their grip and start to slide out.3. They don't have a flared base. I find that flared plugs are both easier to remove and do a better job of blocking out sound. These are tapered evenly along their length with no flare.4. The individual packages are difficult to open. Other bulk plugs I've purchased have either been loose (just a bunch of individual plugs thrown into a plastic jug) or have, like these, been packaged in pairs in little plastic bags. Unlike other earplugs I've purchased, however, the bags require cutting or stretching & ripping to open, which is really annoying. My favorite solution to this has been microperforations along one edge of the bag, making it easy to just tear off one side and shake the earplugs out.5. Most importantly, they aren't as good at blocking out sound as other plugs I've used. They claim the same level of noise reduction (32 dB) but my personal experience disagrees with that. I find that many noises that never bother me with other earplugs can be heard quite clearly through these, no matter how deeply nestled in my ear canal.In fact, I disliked these so much that I ordered a bulk box of a different brand within a week. I highly recommend the "Howard Leight by Honeywell MAX Disposable Foam Earplugs" that can be found in 200 pair boxes on Amazon instead. I've yet to find any earplugs with a better quality/cost ratio. 2Basic but effectiveI'm about halfway through the box of these that I purchased a few months ago. I've been using them as my exclusive method of protecting my hearing, and frequently give them away to others. As a college student, I have plenty of reasons to deprive myself of my second most useful sense. I've used them at very loud bars, concerts (both professional and house-show style), and at night to quiet my noisy housemates without confrontation. I keep a few pairs in each one of my coats as well as my car. I have yet to use them around power tools or guns, but I plan to update this review when I get the chance. Here's the breakdown:Pros:-they plug ears-the sound that gets through seems sufficiently dampened-cost effective-good way to make friends at concertsCons:-The foam "pressure" is pretty high for foam earplugs, they feel very tight in my ears, especially compared to Howard Leight earplugs. This cost them half a star-They frequently fall out when I'm sleeping. I have not had this problem with any other brand, and it seems weird considering how tight they are. This also cost them half a star.Bottom Line:They work, they're cheap, and there are a whole lot of them. If you're looking to buy these for just yourself, I would recommend some higher quality, corded, reusable ear plugs. Otherwise, they're definitely the most expedient way to protect the hearing of yourself and others. 4Excellent earplugs (from someone who is sensitive to noise)I've slept with earplugs for the last 20 years, starting from the night I was in a German youth hostel in a room with ~30 beds; the snoring was UNBELIEVABLE. I discovered that with a good pair of earplugs, I could sleep through absolutely any noise at all. In the intervening years, I've come to be a pretty good judge of what kind of earplugs are actually usable, and these are among the best that I've ever tried. They block sound as well as the best, and they are long enough that they won't disappear into your ear, but short enough that they won't stick out and be uncomfortable if you like to sleep on your side. The only drawback--and it's a very minor one--is that despite coming in the box, they are also individually plastic-wrapped in pairs, leading to more packaging waste. On the other hand, the individual packaging keeps them from going bad over time from exposure to air, and also keeps them together for tossing a few into a suitcase for travelling. Highly recommended for anyone who goes through a lot of earplugs. 5Great for blocking sound!I can't sleep without earplugs. Feels like very noise bothers me! I've tried many different ones. Some don't block out enough noise, others are uncomfortable, some I just don't like. These block out a lot of noise! It's also nice that they come in individually wrapped packages and in a sort of dispenser box. I also misread the description and though I was getting 100 pairs so I was very happy when it arrived and it was actually 200 pairs! My only issue is that they are a little long. I didn't realize this the first time I went to use them and I have little ears so they went down a little far and made my ear sore. But I've since made adjustments and love them! 4A great way to double up with your range headphones. Always keep aside handy.I don t use these as my primary ear protection. I have several pairs of the earmuffs type but I shoot a lot indoors and with the sound bouncing around the walls you really need back up for any over the head ear protection. My range sells these exact brand for a buck a pair so I think these work out excellently at $.10 per pair. And even wearing these and a good set of Peltors, sometimes it still gets a little loud for my taste. But it s much better than just with the headset alone.These are cheap and convenient so I always carry several pairs if I find myself at a concert or firework show or anywhere else they re loud noises it s very handy to be able to put these in. It also helps if you re trying to sleep and the neighbors dogs won t shut up.You can even reuse these but I wouldn t really reuse them for shooting. I think they re only good one time for critical usage as the foam seems to lose some of its resiliency. But they ll still work for mowing the lawn or taking a nap several times after the first use. 4
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