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Quies Protection Auditive - Earplugs 35dB-3 Pairs
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Quies rubber foam auditive protections have been especially designed to guarantee comfort and protection :- Their shape is adapted to the auditory canal and it ensures an excellent effectiveness (35 dB sound reduction) and a perfect maintain in the ear.- The texture of particularly smooth and soft rubber foam offers a pleasant contact and enables not to be bothered by sound when you wear them.Matched colours (pink, orange, green), flesh colour, or "Disco" colour (blue, pink, purple).
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I have narrow ear canals and was undecided whether I should try the Howard Leight MAX or try the Quies Protection Auditive, in the end I ordered both. The first ones I used were the Howard Leights I found that they would not expand in the ear canal, instead they would expand and then pop out into the ear. without them blocking the ear canal they are about as useful as cotton wool, and I could hear my husband breathing never mind snoring!. The material they are made from is smooth and shiny but also slightly sticky which means it drags on the inside of your ear. when I woke up in the morning the ear plugs were in the bed and I had a burst blister in the inside of my ear.
A few days later when my blister healed I tried the Quies. they were smaller, fitted nicely inside the canal and didn't pop out, the material is soft and velvety and did not cause any discomfort. The plugs were still in place in the morning I dont hear any noise with them in.
I have tried every type of ear plug over the years ( wax, silicone, foam ) and they usually only achieve one type of blocking -if at all- but these are great and do both. Also, they don't crease or get smaller or discolour, and they would never be too small and face the risk of them going too far into the ear and finding it hard to get them out again!
You just gently roll it to be a bit smaller and in it goes, hold it in place for a few seconds to let it expand again- and peace perfect peace...
The only thing that annoys me is the exhorbitant cost for the flesh coloured version (£10 for those ones, as opposed to £3 for the multi coloured ones).
Inevitably after many uses they start to lose their effectiveness. A quick wash in hot water using anti-bacterial hand wash, dry out on a radiator, and they're fit for use again. I get about 2 or 3 cycles out of them before they degrade and start to break up. At this point it wouldn't be a good idea to insert them in my ear.
I've now bought two batches of these, as eventually they do wear out completely.