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Radians Custom Molded Earplugs - Tan

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Radians Custom Molded Earplugs - Tan

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Works exactly as described-great stuffI used this to make a custom earmold for a "beater" hearing aid I use in a fairly severe working enviroment.Really, I didn't expect to get anything usable on the first try but I proved myself wrong. I have always used the mushroom type earplugs as I did not think I would like the weight of acrylic molds. The problem with mushrooms is feedback because I use high settings, and also a little irritation because I push them in pretty tightly to keep the feedback down. On certain days no matter how low I had my aid I get annoying quick whistle that defies any adjustment. Anyways , I made a custom earmold with this stuff and it worked great, first try. The only feedback I get now is if I actually cover the device with my hand, it is extremely comfortable, goes in easily,seals the canal well, and stays put. I haven't had a chance to use it in a windy environment but I expect it to perform well. I was actually concerned about pushing this stuff into my ear but it really doesn't squish in that far, and the removal process after curing was not a problem at all. The whole process worked exactly as described. The cured product seems to me to be fairly durable and even if I had to make 3 or 4 of these a year I'd be perfectly satisfied, because thats about how often I replace silicone buds. I certainly wouldn't recommend this for everyone with a hearing aid but they are more comfortable and work better than anything I've been given to use. I give this stuff an A+. 5large bottles of two part silicone putty are also available but your favorite color may be difficult to findI paid 50 bucks at a gun show to get a custom set of moulded ear plugs made. I got this kit for 10 bucks. Despite what pro audiologists might tell you....DIY custom ear plugs from silicone putty is not rocket science !!! DIY videos are on YouTube. If you want to reduce costs even further and play around with making custom molds for your musician quality "in ear monitors"....large bottles of two part silicone putty are also available but your favorite color may be difficult to find. 5AWESOM and neat stuff!this is GREAT stuff! My wife and I live in a noisy neighborhood, on a noisy street, with noisy adult children, and noisy cats! We decided to give this stuff a shot so we can sleep better. It's really neat to work with!Just follow the directions.TIPS:Make a little point on your ball of dough and shove that in to your ear, then just cram and shove and push the material in. They suggest that you push in the center, then fold the outsides in and keep doing this. It's a good idea. Also, try and smooth it out so that it's nice looking and that it fits neatly in your ear. Look for videos on Youtube.Now, after you've shaped it in your ear and while you're waiting, they don't tell you, but there's a lot of funky fizzy popping noises as the stuff cures in your ear. Don't get freaked out. It kindof tickles and feels like it's alive and it wants to crawl out of your ear. just sit down and "think about the queen" and it'll all be over in a little while.Do they work? YES! It's still possible to hear a little sound. For example, my alarm still wakes me up, but MUCH of the noise is blocked out. We've slept great for the past few nights since we made them.I will be buying more to make myself some DIY in-ear monitors, custom molded IEMS. 54 years later, still using themI always have problems with earbuds not staying in, and being uncomfortable. I bought this to try out and 4 years later I m still using them. I made custom molds for my ultimate ears which would never stay in.I put a piece of tissue in the earbud, mixed the solution and pressed the mold into my ear, then I pressed the earbud into the mold and held it there until the mold set up. I took the earbud out and then drilled a hole from the center of the ear canal extension into where the earbud canal was. Instant custom molds for about any earbud with an extension that will fit in it. There is enough mixture to make 2 sets.I just ordered a pair of KZ ZSN earbuds and will try this with them. 5Works great, I did it for the earphone hackWorks great, I did it for the earphone hack, *however*, be careful when mixing it. The first one went great, the second one I decided to roll it into a ball first to make sure and work any air out, like you make a playdough ball by rolling it in between your palms, and that turned it damn near solid in about 20 seconds flat. I don't know if it was the friction heat or rapid compression or what, but the one I just kneaded, like the instructions said to, worked perfectly, the second one I wound up ruining, it was too solid to form to the ear after my bonehead move. 5Excellent form fitting hearing protection.I bought these to be able to use at the gun range. The over the ear electronic ones are great, but the bulk can sometimes get in the way of rifle shooting. Check the mfg date on the inside of the box. Make sure the are fairly fresh. Mine were stamped 11-5-2015. Right about a month when I ordered and received them. Just follow the easy directions on the box. They feel like sticky, already been chewed gum when mixing the two batches together. I went longer than the requested 10 minutes of set time on the instructions. Went about 15-20 min. During that time, do not talk, open your mouth, move your jaws while the mixture sets. After about 8 minutes, you will witness all sorts of strange sounds as it sets and forms. Almost sounds like your digestive system processing Thanksgiving dinner. After they set gently pull them out and let them sit and cure for at least 3 more hours. I just let mine set overnight. I also recommend getting the Radians CEPNC-B neck cord with the blue and red screws. Nice to be able to pull them out and let them hang around your neck during a cease-fire. The NRR is 26. Better than most over the ear hearing protectors. Highly recommended. 5The best way I've found to make a custom molded ear mount for a Bluetooth headset.Although this application is explicitly not what the manufacturer intends for it, I've found that it works really well for making custom-fitted earpieces for Bluetooth headsets. There are several Youtube videos with details, and all that I'll add it a recommendation to ditch the headset's rubber earpiece entirely before you start unless you're 100% certain that it's both real silicone material and that it's going to fit comfortably when you're done. In positioning the headset during the molding process, don't situate it so that it's pressing hard against any part of the ear; that will become an irritation that just gets worse. 5Pretty disappointingI was so excited to try custom moldable earplugs, but I was sadly disappointed in these. They molded just fine, but they don't seem to block sound any better than the cheap rubbery plastic ones that I already have (the kind that are attached by a rubbery plastic string). The worst part, though, is that these custom earplugs are super difficult to insert in my ear. Because of their odd shape, even after I figured out again which one went in my left ear and which one went in my right, it was still quite a struggle to figure out how to insert them. I even had my husband try to help at first, but he couldn't figure it out and finally gave up. It was way too frustrating to try and determine whether I had them upside-down, backwards, etc. I really wouldn't want to have to write notes on the outside with a marker, like "L" and "R" and arrows pointing to the front. I think I'll stick with my current cheap earplugs. 3Worked exactly as I'd hopedUsed this kit to create a custom mold for a set of Shure E2 in-ear monitors. If this didn't work, I was in for a $90 trip to the audiologist to make impressions, send the impressions off to a lab to have them fitted for new molds for an additional $150 and then buy a different pair of in-ear monitors that would fit the new molds for at least another $100. YES, for $340 I'd have a superior result, but I like the E2's I already have and for $10... why not? All in all, my results were very good, and I ended up with a set of custom in-ear plugs that with just a little bit of tweaking afterward, block out almost all external sound and give me a very comfortable fit. The sound is great too, with better bass due to a good seal.My approach:Before I started, I grabbed a small prescription bottle to bite on and keep my mouth open while the mix was setting (the only thing I could think of - since I use these for musical performance while singing). Then I set up my phone to start the timer. I made sure to take off the existing sleeve from the in-ears and put the ultra small small fiberglass filter on the end of the sound hole to prevent silicone from getting into the driver. Scotch tape would probably work too. Then I split each jar of putty into 4 equal parts - giving me a total of 4 tries to make a good pair. (You will likely not get it perfect on the first try, so as long as you're resigned to that - you'll do all right). I prepared my in-ears like I was about to put them on. I then did one ear first by mixing the putty and hardener, being careful to fold over each fourth until the mix was one consistent color - or for about 30 to 45 seconds. I then gently placed the mix in one ear and pressed moderately, but not packing it too far into my ear. Lastly, I pushed the in-ear monitor in, like I was wearing it, and then wiggled it a little and smoothed out the edges. I then bit on the prescription bottle to simulate and open mouth and set the timer for 15 minutes, not 10 - and sat as still as I could. I carefully took them out after 15 minutes and did the other ear in the same way. They mixture set well and was very firm after 15 minutes. I set them aside for a few hours, pulled out the in-ear monitors and then used a drill bit to drill the sound hole out. Ultimately though, I needed to use pointed scissors to cut out a small sound hole into my ear from the monitors.The first one came out great, but the second one, the seal was not quite right. I must not have positioned the in-ear monitor properly. No problem, second time, it worked. I used the remaining putty to make some small plugs.I was very happy with this product. Definitely worth a try of $10 for me. Hope this helps someone else. 5Expiration dates are important...I did a lot of research for earplugs before deciding to try these out. I'm not a fan of the foam ones (they typically fall out) so I was looking forward to a custom molded kind of earplug. I've actually had 2 different experiences with these earplugs so far. The first time, I messed up the left one by taking off what I THOUGHT was "excess" putty but was actually necessary, so it tended to fall out. The second time around, I messed up my left plug again by taking it out incorrectly, so it cured in the wrong shape, and afterwards, it did not fit properly. However, the right plug was perfect! I got it in further into my ear canal (though nowhere near as much as the picture in the instructions, or the tutorial videos on YouTube by Radians), and the shape was far more comfortable. I got a third pair from Amazon due to a mishap that I haven't yet tried out, but I'm sure they will come out much better. Third time's the charm, right?Something I wasn't prepared for, because it wasn't in the instructions or the tutorial videos, or any reviews, was that during the curing process while the plug is in the ear, you will hear a crackling/popping sound, and may even itch a bit. That's why I only left them in for 13-15min.I also was surprised by how many people left the plugs in for an hour, sometimes longer, and were confused why the plugs got stuck in their ear. Sure, the instructions say the minimum time is 10min, but they also say to leave the plugs alone for up to 3 hours after the initial molding process so that the plugs cure properly. So I would recommend for folks to leave the plugs in their ears for a max of 15min, and then gently remove them and leave them sitting somewhere safe for 3 hours so that they take shape properly. That should be more than enough time.A word on their actual "sound blocking" capabilities: my experience with it isn't that they fully block out sound, but make it easier for me to sleep through the noise, since it muffles it a bit. I used them for sleeping in my dorm. Sound wasn't completely blocked, but it was easier to ignore, and thus I could fall asleep faster. 4
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