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4 pairs of ear plugs 59p @Homebargains.
4 pairs of  ear plugs  59p  @Homebargains.

4 pairs of ear plugs 59p @Homebargains.

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Also 3 pairs of silicon earplugs available for swimming,same price.

Foam Bullet Earplugs
Perfect For:Travelling,Sleeping,Working
Pack Contains : 4 Pairs

Multi Coloured
Senior size (fits ear canal diameter : 7mm-12mm)
33dB rating

Foam Ear Plugs are ideal for reducing noise. They are an alternative to wax,
are soft and very comfortable. Whether you are travelling, working, sleeping
or relaxing, these ear plugs will work perfectly to reduce unwanted noise.

20 Comments

Perfect for work, as my employers cant afford to keep up with all this health and safety stuff, so they leave it to me to get the best protection i can afford on my wage, enough to last me two days there, great price thanks.

Nice. After a seriously bad experience at a gig a few months ago, I won't go to another without earplugs now.

PERFECT!!!

Excellent for when the other half starts the incessant whinging / moaning/ complaining etc!!

LOL!!

Have some well deserved heat!
xxxx

I started to wear earplugs a couple of years as i live next to a school & often work nights. Unfortunately i cannot sleep without them now so wear them all the time in bed - even on holiday :w00t:

Fortunately there is an endless supply at work so no cost involved. Heat added for this price

great for watching the football

dawns1969;8875983

great for watching the football


This may be even better for wednesday :thumbsup:

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dawns1969;8875983

great for watching the football



I am lucky to have one of those TVs where the volume can be adjusted and even turned off completely! ;-)

This should increase my chances of getting some much needed sleep at Kendal Calling next month, I'm a right b*****d in the morning if don't get at least 6 hours haha, cheers OP

My favourite earplugs are the down filled ones, but I cant find them anymore. I find foam ones put pressure on your ear canal as they try to expand. Cant be good.

mickeyb;8876020

I am lucky to have one of those TVs where the volume can be adjusted and … I am lucky to have one of those TVs where the volume can be adjusted and even turned off completely! ;-)



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mccririck;8876058

My favourite earplugs are the down filled ones, but I cant find them … My favourite earplugs are the down filled ones, but I cant find them anymore. I find foam ones put pressure on your ear canal as they try to expand. Cant be good.



Absolutely, they aren't good for you. I once woke up with a bad neck which developed into something much worse. Thinking I had done it at the gym I went to A&R only to be asked "do you wear earplugs?". I also went deaf in one ear for about 2 days. Doc advised to frequently use aloe vera drops or cerumol ear drops. I still wear ear plugs but just make sure I do the ear drops every so often.

fits ear canal diameter : 7mm-12mm


How the heck do you measure your ear canal?

Earplugs at THIS price, eh?. I never thought Id hear myself say that! :thumbsup:

Eh? ;-)

moorjock;8874944

Perfect for work, as my employers cant afford to keep up with all this … Perfect for work, as my employers cant afford to keep up with all this health and safety stuff, so they leave it to me to get the best protection i can afford on my wage, enough to last me two days there, great price thanks.


If you're exposed to sound levels in excess of 80dB(A) in the course of your work, your employer is obliged to make hearing protection available. If you're exposed to sound levels in excess of 85dB(A), your employer is obliged to make hearing protection available and ensure you use it.

bah pfft, all these new fangled gadgets, in my day we just used good old fingers! :thinking:

mix;8876870

If you're exposed to sound levels in excess of 80dB(A) in the course of … If you're exposed to sound levels in excess of 80dB(A) in the course of your work, your employer is obliged to make hearing protection available. If you're exposed to sound levels in excess of 85dB(A), your employer is obliged to make hearing protection available and ensure you use it.


try telling that to your line manager when he is a pratt lol

'Great laff guys ,was gonna post how these bargains will help me get some peace from [email protected] farmers and there noisy tax exempt tractors day n night..but the comments here have cheered me up no end!

Great deal, can't sleep without earplugs now, shame there isn't a shop near me

moorjock;8877070

try telling that to your line manager when he is a pratt lol


Get your trade union to tell him, then...
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