What makes the Ear Pad earplugs so good is that they are equipped with a real acoustic sound filter.
The filter is the key to a good listening experience. If you - like the competitors - just use a piece of plastic with a small hole in it, then it does not give the same good listening experience - obviously.
The filter in Ear Pad gives you a detailed and balanced listening experience, without compromising on the attenuation.
When you buy a set of Ear Pad, you get two "Christmas trees" in the package. The factory-fitted ones are for adults, but a set of slightly smaller "trees" for children is also included. Or - possibly - adults with small ear canals.
Ear Pad earplugs are also distinguished by the fact that they do not give you the same feeling of confinement that most other earplugs gives you. In practice, this means that it becomes much easier to talk to people when using the product.
Another good thing about Ear Pad is that they can hardly be seen from the outside. The small part that protrudes from the ear is transparent, so in practice they are not visible.
The part of the earplug you insert into the ear - what we call the "Christmas tree" - is made of a soft silicone material that does not irritate.
In addition, you can easily remove the "tree" from the earplug itself. Whether it is to clean it, or to switch to the smaller version - intended for children - which, as I said, are included in the price.
In addition to the fact that, as I said, there are two sizes of "Christmas trees", a nice transport box with a zipper is also included, as well as a smart string to keep the earplugs together so that they do not get lost so easily. This string also allows you to have the earplugs hanging around your neck when you take them out.
The earplugs attenuate between 10dB (125hz) and 25dB (4000hz). The attenuation curve is designed to compensate for the natural "loudness" function of the ear.
Earplugs are indispensable. Especially if you are a musician, music lover, going to concerts or going to festivals.
The problem is just that the vast majority of earplugs ruin the listening experience. The result? You may know it yourself… The earplugs stay in your pocket.
But hearing damage is irreparable. Simply. If you fall and punch a hole in the knee, it heals again. But it does not work that way with your hearing - unfortunately.