12-pair pack of earplugs helps make sure you're always prepared
These earplugs' 32db noise reduction rating helps protect ears from loud noises
Ideal for use with power tools, at loud events or for sleeping
Package Quantity: 24
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 245-09-0095
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Keep the volume under control with these Women's Soft Foam Earplugs from up & up™. Made from soft and flexible foam, these contoured earplugs are made to compress for an effortless, comfortable fit — even in smaller ear canals. With a noise reduction rating of 32 decibels, these soft earplugs significantly reduce the decibel level of noises reaching the ear for hearing protection you can count on. Ideal for loud events like concerts or festivals, they also provide excellent hearing protection for motor sports, sustained use of power tools and more. The soft texture also makes them ideal for sleeping, whether you're on a plane, staying in the city or have a partner who snores. Wherever you need them, they'll be right there in the included carrying case.
Overly squishy making it hard to position in my ear! Takes a few tries to get them in my ears, then takes a few tries to get them to stay in! Once in, the work well, just difficult getting them in and to stay put!
These are the exact same size as their normal 50 count ear plugs; the only difference is the color. Total rip off. They work well and do not hurt as long as you cut off a bit of the flat end, making them a suitable length for your ear. I would still recommend them to anyone in a pinch, but they are definitely not made for women's "smaller ear canals." Just buy the regular 50 count and save a buck, or you can probably buy Mack's ear plugs for women if you really need a smaller ear plug.
These are awful. They block our sound well for me, but they are insanely painful even though I toss them after two uses and don’t use them every night. I’ve only been able to sleep through the night with them once and I’ve been trying for about two weeks. When I stop wearing them, the pain goes down so not an ear infection. Do not buy.
Got these because they ran out of all the other earplugs in store. I needed quiet to sleep, and these earplugs HURT. They were so horribly uncomfortable I had trouble falling asleep. Defeated the purpose of getting them in the first place. Now I'm awake with sore ears.
I've been wearing ear plugs since I had my first kid 15 years ago. I'd wake up with every whimper, so they became a part of my nightly routine. My husband jokes that I have bionic hearing. Maybe I do. In any case, I needed new earplugs and I've bounced around from different brands and sizes. My last set was Mack's dreamgirls. I almost bought them again, but I wanted something a smidge bigger, so I went for these. OMG, these are amazing. Like I couldn't hear anything. Normally, I'd still hear the fan and the dog sometimes. These were like stillness in my head. I'm amazed and think I've been missing out for 15 years wearing ill fitting pairs. I'm buying two more packs of these, just so I have them.