Isolate earplugs have been injected with a dose of science so you can block out unwanted noise.
Whether it’s your other half snoring, builders drilling, or next door’s house party, the humble earplug should be a life saver.
Thing is, you tend to get what you pay for in this life, so stuffing your lugs with flimsy pieces of foam or cotton wool usually isn’t much cop.
Why? Well, because science. The materials absorb sound, but still allow low frequencies to penetrate the ear canal.
Isolate earplugs, on the other hand, use aerospace grade aluminium and titanium to block out unwanted sounds.
The density of the metal prevents sound waves from penetrating, making them extremely effective for noise reduction.
Hold on a second, I know what you’re thinking; metal is a conductive material so surely that’s not conducive to blocking out sound, and you’d be right.
However, metal only needs to be in direct contact to conduct sound, so these particular earplugs are stuffed with soft foam to ‘isolate’ and absorb noise.
The plugs still allow you to hear certain important details through bone conduction, say if you’re protecting your hearing at a gig and still want to hear the music.
That’s because they’re designed to eliminate uncomfortable subsonic pressure only – for example, the deep rumbling of a snore.
Long-lasting, comfortable and discreet enough to fit under a helmet or hat, the earplugs come in seven metallic finishes and different sizes to fit your ears.
Buy Now: £30 from Flare Audio