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Hearos SoftStar NexGen Series Foam Earplug Features:
Cylindrical design with silky smooth foam
Super easy roll-down for effective insertion
Ez Grip™ design for assured removal
Bright orange color to assist with compliance
NRR 30 protection, suitable for industrial settings
Hearos SoftStar NexGen Series Ear Plug Details
These ear plugs are unusual. They're a classic cylindrical (barrel) shape, but they're made of PVC-free foam with a smooth, silky skin. Almost all cylindrical foam ear plugs are made of stiffer, more porous PVC foam. The Hearos SoftStar NexGen Series breaks that mold.
Hearos calls SoftStar NexGen "an exciting quantum leap forward in comfort, fit and protection" for this style of foam ear plug (as opposed to the bell-shaped style, the other popular design for foam ear plugs). If ear plugs tend to make your ears itch, or if you struggle with rolling down ear plugs for proper insertion, these may indeed be the solution you've been searching for. An EZ Grip™ Design -- which is basically a tiny ring or lip at the outside end of the ear plug -- also makes these especially easy to remove. The bright orange color assists with compliance.
In fact, if you're struggling with workplace compliance, your employees may appreciate Hearos SoftStar ear plugs because 1) they are easy to roll down, 2) they are easy to remove, and 3) their smooth skin is less irritating to sensitive ear canals. And each ear plug has a star on the end, which indicates how to wear the earplug, and also looks pretty cool. That can't hurt.
Product Reviews for Hearos SoftStar NexGen Series 7320 UF Foam Ear Plugs (NRR 30)
Hearos SoftStar NexGen Series 7320 UF Foam Ear Plugs (NRR 30)3WaltJuly 23, 2016These plugs are nice and fat and fit my ear canal well. My complaint is because they are cylindrical, having no taper at all, they are harder to insert. There is no smaller end which can be made smaller by compression, and they expand quickly enough that I have had a more difficult time putting them into my ear canal than with the standard conical or pointed shapes. Also, while I gather the end with the star molded into it is the end to insert, that is not stated on the individual bags. My current favorite is Howard Leight LaserLite, which is also fat but has somewhat of a pointed end that helps with insertion.
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