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EDZ kids ear defenders / protectors for fireworks & concerts 6 different colours £11.82 delivered @ eBay sold by jjcraceandrally
EDZ kids ear defenders / protectors for fireworks & concerts 6 different colours £11.82 delivered @ eBay sold by jjcraceandrally

EDZ kids ear defenders / protectors for fireworks & concerts 6 different colours £11.82 delivered @ eBay sold by jjcraceandrally

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Great idea with bonfire night coming up. These ear defenders come in 6 different colours and if you buy 2 sets you get free storage bags included worth £4.78

Green

Red

Black

Pink

Yellow

Blue

We have a pair for my little one and it was great when we went to a track day he couldn't hear a thing - silence was golden instead of him crying with the noise. Also ideal for autistic children so they can see the fireworks but don't have to endure the noise.

They are fully adjustable and suitable for children from 6 months to 16 years.

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Can see plenty of 16 yrs wanting to wear these down the park around a self made bonfire swigging a crate of hooch

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mcguire85

Can see plenty of 16 yrs wanting to wear these down the park around a … Can see plenty of 16 yrs wanting to wear these down the park around a self made bonfire swigging a crate of hooch


No not your usual teenager apparel but great for older disabled kids so they can enjoy the sight but just not the scary sounds

what's the point of a concert then

I'd rather spend a little more and get something where I know the db rating.

Peltor Optime III are around £15 and block 31db

Cheaper on Amazon
amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

£10.95 delivered with Prime.

Gloss colours are more expensive

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adam78654328

what's the point of a concert then


When it's a family day or Glasto with loud music and the kids don't like it but the parents want to Dad dance!

thehoss89

I'd rather spend a little more and get something where I know the db … I'd rather spend a little more and get something where I know the db rating. Peltor Optime III are around £15 and block 31db



26db for these, see amazon link.

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thehoss89

I'd rather spend a little more and get something where I know the db … I'd rather spend a little more and get something where I know the db rating. Peltor Optime III are around £15 and block 31db


Peltor are only suitable to age 7 - these go to age 16

I have these for my autistic son that I did buy cheaper on Amazon. they don't completely block out the sound just the intensity of it so they can still hear you talking and enjoy what's going on.

emribena

Peltor are only suitable to age 7 - these go to age 16



The Peltor I mentioned certainly arent

thehoss89

I'd rather spend a little more and get something where I know the db … I'd rather spend a little more and get something where I know the db rating. Peltor Optime III are around £15 and block 31db


Peltor also contains Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)

Why go? You'll get a better view of one of the big displays on television (free). Adjust the volume as you like. And no chance of your child being hit by a stray spark or a firework. He/she will be totally safe!
They won't have to endure anything and you can simply switch it off if it gets too frightening


Edited by: "jasee" 22nd Oct 2016

great find. really useful all year round. Especially when me n the misses fancy a rough sex sesh as we live in a new build & the walls are paper thin. these really do keep tha kids asleep through sum serious late night action

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Peltor also contains Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)



Did you remember that name?

fatcarp

great find. really useful all year round. Especially when me n the misses … great find. really useful all year round. Especially when me n the misses fancy a rough sex sesh as we live in a new build & the walls are paper thin. these really do keep tha kids asleep through sum serious late night action



​Jim Davidson, is that you?

why would you take a child that hates loud noises to a firework display, just reads of selfish adults to me, there's always YouTube if they like the visual aspect, it's not the same but then their self esteem doesn't take a big hit from looking different, obviously this comment does not include the disabled, that's completely different.

I ended up buying these do £2.79 - they were more than adequate for the job. couldn't hear the wife or kids for hours :-) screwfix.com/p/e…91d

emribena

When it's a family day or Glasto with loud music and the kids don't like … When it's a family day or Glasto with loud music and the kids don't like it but the parents want to Dad dance!



That doesn't sound like good parenting.

My son is autistic and we use the screwfix ones for when he's sensitive to noise, they work fine and less than £3

jasee

Why go? You'll get a better view of one of the big displays on television … Why go? You'll get a better view of one of the big displays on television (free). Adjust the volume as you like. And no chance of your child being hit by a stray spark or a firework. He/she will be totally safe! They won't have to endure anything and you can simply switch it off if it gets too frightening



Because Autistic children LOVE the visual sight of live fireworks but hate / are sensitive to the loud noise , so these are perfect for them

Why keep them at home and prevent them joining in the things they love?

My Grandson with Autism loves music and I am taking him to a concert but will be bringing ear defenders as it will be too loud for him but with these some of the sound will blocked out but he can still watch and enjoy the concert without it being way too loud for him and am sure he will be able to still hear some of the music through these just not enough to cause him distress and I am buying a pair for myself too as loud noises bring on migraines but I still want to relax and enjoy life too
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