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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 18 July 2013
Love these, they have replaced my standard foam earplugs (pity as I still have about 100 foam pairs!).

They fit easily into my ears - can't promise this for everyone, but if you can handle in-ear headphones you should be fine.
My Arai helmet combined with these gives plenty of feedback from the engine, but reduces wind noise right down - just like turning down the volume, no muffling or feeling of isolation.
You can hold a normal conversation with them in.
Nice little container that fits neatly onto the key ring.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 7 August 2014
These earplugs do remove a lot of wind noise while allowing you to easily hear music/intercom, however... they are an absolute nightmare to get out of your ears!

I am a regular user of in-ear headphones with which I have no such problems, but with these I always carry a pair of tweezers for extraction.

These would certainly be 5-star material if they either had longer stems or were joined with a cord to aid removal.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 15 April 2014
These perform well and as described. However, after a few weeks of very diligent and careful use, they have deformed and one became lodged in my ear, unable to remove it myself I turned to a stranger on the street and handed them a pair of pliers from my leatherman. This kind stranger was able to remove the plug for me, preventing a trip to the ER.

I am not the only person this has happened to, I would suggest using another brand. These are good but if you ride everyday will fail sooner rather than later.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 26 May 2014
I bought these as a replacement for the foam plugs I usually use to try to hear the GPS/Phone etc on a recently purchased Garmin. I have only used them twice so far. First try they didn't stay in and the nozzle was pressing against the helmet liner causing pain. The 2nd time I push/rotated them in further - they stayed in and worked quite well reducing the wind noise but still letting me hear Sat nav instructions etc. Problems came about when removing them. The end tube is to short to remove with fingers so had to use tweezers to blindly grip hold of them. Removing them due to the shape of the molding was painful. Perhaps I inserted them wrong or my ear canals are not suited to them. I'm going to give them a couple more tries before I give up and think of purchasing molded ear buds with speakers attached
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 30 July 2014
Had a set of these for a while, other half has a set too, excellent for use if intercom is being used - I ride a Harley and it keeps that out! Agree with other comments about removing them and stem length but wouldn't be put off by this. If you are not using intercom or other audio then don't bother as they are meant for this, you can get cheaper plugs that are just as good for general sound deadening. One person mentioned don't get the grey ones as you can't see them easily if dropped - they are colour coded according to use so grey is the only one developed for bikers.
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Hi well I have used these for a little over two years now as have several other club members. What can I say about them. Well they are comfy to wear all day. They reduced wind noise etc. to a very low level yet allow us to hear each other via intercom etc. also very importantly the allow the sounds of the world around us in, so critical when biking to hear what is around you and warning sounds. Top quality product and well worth the price. What is you hearing worth? Once its gone its gone forever. Putting foam plugs in blanking out the world around you is dangerous madness! Easy to clean too! Bonus! and they come with a little screw top tube to keep them safe in which goes on your key ring!
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on 3 August 2015
Not impressed, these are well made but too short. I've got small ear canals, according to the professionals so I presumed these would be ok. First ride out, the left one disappeared into my ear, hurt like hell and ended up asking a mate to remove it with pliers which luckily he did after a few worrying minutes trying otherwise it would of been off to the hospital. Still hurting as I type this. Hopefully no lasting damage.
Not sure if the do returns as with earplugs it's not hygienic so it's off to the bin for these.. Wastebasket £20 gutted
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on 8 September 2013
I bought these at the NEC last Nov. They certainly don't have the muffled effect of foam plugs. I can clearly have a conversation with helmet on and hear my satnav/mp3 at 70 mph. They are easy to fit but don't buy the clear colour ones as if dropped its awful to try and find them. The tube container is really handy to have on a cord around your neck. I'm not sure how effective they are as I understand they are tuned to attenuate higher frequencies and the older you get the more difficult it is to hear noise at these levels.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 18 April 2014
Good ear plugs. easy to keep clean with their own canister to keep them in. Been using them for every time on the bike and found them very good.
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on 24 April 2014
I have tried dozens of products, but found none that seems to suit my ears, helmet and motorbike screen. Expanding foam plugs start to hurt after a couple of hours, so I though these might be it, they are expensive! No such luck. There is a fair amount of noise coming through, particularly if not fully inserted with a good twist. However, if fully inserted they start to hurt after an hour or so, so I am back to cheap plugs.
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