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EAR DEFENDERS 27.6DB SNR £2.99 @ Screwfix

£2.99 @ Screwfix
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#1
ARE THESE ANY GOOD.
2 Likes #2
frostyclock
ARE THESE ANY GOOD.

YES, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT GETS LOUD!
4 Likes #3
not for music, the sound becomes muffled
5 Likes #4
These are crap compared to the £600 apple iDefenders
#5
Pardon.
#6
Voted hot for the description alone
3 Likes #7
How do these compare to Beats?
1 Like #8
I got the expanding foam ones, plug and play!
1 Like #9
http://www.screwfix.com/p/se1348-comfort-ear-defenders-29-8db-snr/41054
But a mere £3 more gives you the luxury version :p

Edited By: tinkerbellian on Apr 16, 2017 08:21
6 Likes #10
I have these. they really do quiet down the noise but I find them a little bit tight. Nothing unbearable though.

I got them because our 9 month old baby has started shouting. The volume she can reach is insane and it's at that frequency where it just hurts my ears. so I use these to keep my ears safe and I can still hear her more than enough so i know what she's up to. When she has her mad half hour of yelling I reach for my ear defenders.

The worst part about using ear defenders though is suddenly being left alone with the voices in my head....talking....incessant talking....scheming.....and so on

Edited By: MrDB on Apr 16, 2017 10:49: typo
#11
Like the description.
#12
Flash Gordon Defender of the Ear....th.
#13
so tempted to buy as it is so incredibly cheap, but i don't have any use for it, except possibly when my husband is blasting the house with dance music! X)
#14
Over ear or on ear?
#15
Could be used if you want to follow Kipkay's guide on how to make a pair of noise eliminating headphones!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfeWfnFCy-Y
1 Like #16
frostyclock
ARE THESE ANY GOOD.
SORRY I CANT HEAR YOU I'M WEARING A PAIR RIGHT NOW
3 Likes #17
barneyonion
frostyclock
ARE THESE ANY GOOD.
SORRY I CANT HEAR YOU I'M WEARING A PAIR RIGHT NOW

Have you got them over your eyes?
#18
Oh great, a mute button for the missus.
2 Likes #19
Not Bluetooth but are Wireless and Noise-Cancelling

Actually the pedant in me has to state they are "noise isolating", not "noise cancelling".
I've got a pair, They work well for the price I paid which was a little higher at the time.
#20
Would these be suitable for children with autism?
#21
chrisbenwalker
Over ear or on ear?


over
1 Like #22
MrDB
I have these. they really do quiet down the noise but I find them a little bit tight. Nothing unbearable though.
I got them because our 9 month old baby has started shouting. The volume she can reach is insane and it's at that frequency where it just hurts my ears. so I use these to keep my ears safe and I can still hear her more than enough so i know what she's up to. When she has her mad half hour of yelling I reach for my ear defenders.
The worst part about using ear defenders though is suddenly being left alone with the voices in my head....talking....incessant talking....scheming.....and so on
I hope you got second pair for your wife.
#23
frostyclock
Flash Gordon Defender of the Ear....th.
DEAFENDERS!!!
#25
lynsaydyson
Would these be suitable for children with autism?


yes. ear defenders can really help ease noise sensitivity for children with autism and allow them to access places that may be unreachable without them. i recommend giving them a go if you havent already tried
#26
barneyonion
frostyclock
ARE THESE ANY GOOD.
SORRY I CANT HEAR YOU I'M WEARING A PAIR RIGHT NOW
Not sure people got this. I did, bravo sir 8)
#27
frostyclock
ARE THESE ANY GOOD.


got a couple of pairs for my lad with autism, they're not bad they just muffle the sound. Paid about this price from screwfix
#28
Are they wireless?
#29
I have those and highly recommend them. They're £26.99, but worth it.
3M PELTOR OPTIME III EAR DEFENDERS 35DB SNR
#30
lynsaydyson
Would these be suitable for children with autism?
Definitely- my sons favorite ones... I buy them 6 at a time haha (he's severe and non verbal)
#31
I would pay a little more and go with a set that has a better headband as I ordered a pair and on receiving I opened then to fit on my head (average size) they snapped. This was more than likely due to being a cold day and not letting them reach room temperature as the plastic is very brittle and they seemed very tight. Not good if you keep them outside in the garage or shed.

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