Radians Disposable Foam Earplugs, 25 Pairs, NRR 32 reviews - page 1

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Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

By A Reasonable Person from USA on 2011-11-22 01:34:14

Things I liked: These plugs are the best disposable hearing protection devices I have ever used. They are very easy to configure, insert and remove. They are so comfortable in use that I often forget that I am wearing them after I have left the range until someone tries to speak to me. When that happens, I see lips moving, hear nothing that is being said, and remember to take them out. Although I had experience with many different plug types in the service, I have never found any others which provide hearing protection equal to the Radians product.

Things I would have changed: None.

What others should know: New shooters, please take hearing protection seriously. While my residual hearing is still reasonably good, I have had 30+ years of tinnitus (ringing in the ears) as a result of unprotected range firing from my early days in the service, before hearing protection was commonly provided. Do yourself a favor: wear hearing protection when you shoot; AND TURN DOWN YOUR STEREOS AND MP3 PLAYERS.

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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

Overall rating:5.0

Value for money:5.0

By richard from USA on 2012-04-27 22:26:16

Things I liked: Work very well with low db level like air guns. if using w/firearms-especialy in doors use muffs too the foam is not as dense as is needed for that purpose. They are just enough w/my 909S and thats a 45cal. and very loud outside.Price is right as is w/most items at pyramyd.

Things I would have changed: I know they are reusable but maybe make them in 50 count.

What others should know: Shooting air pistols indoors may not seem that loud but you may cause damage that is not noticed for use.Always have children use them.There ears damage easily.

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    Things I liked: Work very well with low db level like air guns. if using w/firearms-especialy in doors use muffs too the foam is not as dense as is needed for that purpose. They are just enough w/my 909S and thats a 45cal. and very loud outside.Price is right as is w/most items at pyramyd.

    Things I would have changed: I know they are reusable but maybe make them in 50 count.

    What others should know: Shooting air pistols indoors may not seem that loud but you may cause damage that is not noticed for use.Always have children use them.There ears damage easily.

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    By A Reasonable Person from USA on 2011-11-22
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    Things I liked: These plugs are the best disposable hearing protection devices I have ever used. They are very easy to configure, insert and remove. They are so comfortable in use that I often forget that I am wearing them after I have left the range until someone tries to speak to me. When that happens, I see lips moving, hear nothing that is being said, and remember to take them out. Although I had experience with many different plug types in the service, I have never found any others which provide hearing protection equal to the Radians product.

    Things I would have changed: None.

    What others should know: New shooters, please take hearing protection seriously. While my residual hearing is still reasonably good, I have had 30+ years of tinnitus (ringing in the ears) as a result of unprotected range firing from my early days in the service, before hearing protection was commonly provided. Do yourself a favor: wear hearing protection when you shoot; AND TURN DOWN YOUR STEREOS AND MP3 PLAYERS.

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