33% Recommend this product (2 of 6 responses)
Thanks for taking the work out of trying out earplugs
June 7, 2021
I have small ears and all plugs i've tried left me sore. I'm still working my way through this pack to find a good fit. A couple have still been too big/ill-fitting and leave my ears sore. There are a variety in there, some seem good for workplace safety and some better for sleeping (which is what I need them for).
ProsDon't have to scour the internet to find small-fitting ear plugs.
ConsFor me, there are many options in the pack that don't work for me.
By T M.
All the earplugs you'll ever need, and Great service
November 20, 2020
Fast shipping, great service, great selection, it's all here!
This trial pack was awesome. While...
October 30, 2018
This trial pack was awesome. While trying to find ear plugs that worked well, it was nice having a sample of few so I didn't have to spend money on ones that didn't work. I
By Patty B.
There was an excellent assortment of small earplugs and I...
September 18, 2017
There was an excellent assortment of small earplugs and I did find a couple in the asst that fit quite well. Most of them I did have to cut a little off, but that is because my ears are very small. They were such a vast improvement on regular ear plugs. Have already recommended Earplug Superstore to someone I recently met on a trip.
What a great idea! I've struggled for years trying to find...
April 23, 2017
What a great idea! I've struggled for years trying to find earplugs I could wear at night to block out a snoring husband. With the multipack, I've found at least four types and I didn't have to spend a ton of money to do it! Next step is to order a handful of each type I liked and see which can actually block out the log sawing while remaining comfortable.
By chuck p.
I needed an ear stopper to solve a years long problem with...
July 14, 2016
I needed an ear stopper to solve a years long problem with my hearing aid tube not staying in place. I discussed with your very helpful agent using 4mm of the tip of a multimax earplug in combination with tip called a "tulip" style, so-called because it has two interleaved tulip leaves that expand to the diameter of the ear canal, but it didn't quite hold enough tension. I thought it would be hard for her to understand how to do it, but caught on immediately and thought it would work. She was really a big help. And, p.s., for the first time ever, the tip doesn't slide out even after hours.