Magid IHP32RF Polyurethane Foam E2 Disposable Uncorded Foam Earplug, One Size Fits All, Fluorescent Orange (Case of 500)


Magid E2 IHP32 disposable foam earplugs are so comfortable, your employees won’t want to throw these bulk ear plugs away, and so economical, you won’t care when they do. With a high NRR 32 rating, E2 disposable tapered earplugs provide superior protection against harmful noises, keeping workers safe from hearing damage while on the job. Made from soft, hypo-allergenic polyurethane foam, E2 disposable earplugs feature a flexible, tapered shape that fits the contours of the ear canal for a custom

$ 39.89

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  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect, Economical Earplugs, July 7, 2015
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    John A.

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    This review is from: Magid IHP32RF Polyurethane Foam E2 Disposable Uncorded Foam Earplug, One Size Fits All, Fluorescent Orange (Case of 500) (Misc.)
    Bottom Line: Foam earplugs are simply the best, and these are great at keeping the noise out.

    A lot of people have complained that these plugs are too long, but I don’t think people have been been following the directions for foam earplugs. You are supposed to roll them in between fingers before you insert them. That way, they expand in your ear to seal the canal. When finished, you are meant to rotate them out of your ear to avoid any pain where your earwax may have adhered to an earplug. The length shouldn’t be a problem if you follow these directions.

    Second best of all, this bag is actually cheaper than purchasing many small containers of earplugs from local pharmacy/convenience stores that will remain nameless.

    Highly recommend them!

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Soft and Comfy, July 13, 2016
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    Tina (California) –

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    These ear plugs are a great deal. We run a girls rock camp and go through a lot of earplugs. We give each of the campers and volunteers a set of earplugs. Many times they are misplaced and need to be replaced so we needed a large bag of them. This 500/Pair bag was perfect. I tried them out by wearing them while attending a punk a show and they worked wonderfully. They block out enough sound to protect your ears but let in enough sound to be able to hear music. I verified on their website that this is indeed 500 pairs (1000 plugs) and not 500 plugs (250 pairs) you can see for yourself here […] . We are really happy with our purchase and would buy these again. These were about half the cost of other earplugs but worked just as well.

    They are simple to use. Just roll them up between your fingers before inserting them into your ear. Once in your ear let the plugs expand naturally and they will fill your ear canal and block out sound. When you are ready to remove them just grab the end that is sticking out of your ear and twist slowly as you pull them from your ear. These plugs are soft and super comfortable so you shouldn’t have any soreness or be uncomfortable when wearing them or removing them.

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Magid E2 so far have worked fine for me, November 5, 2016
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    Clay (North Pole, Alaska) –

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    So, I have been wearing ear plugs for 37 years. I have worn many different kinds. Hearing protection has always been important to me. Some ear plugs applied too much pressure after inserted and expanded. This causes pain after awhile. Some fell out due to not expanding out enough. These did not provide enough decibel protection, either. The Magid E2 so far have worked fine for me. They are a little longer, so they can expand in a little more of the ear canal. I have used them running a chain saw, wood splitter and snow machine. I also use them every night since I use a cpap breathing machine. They keep out the noise from the machine and the noise from my little monster pups, which bark at every out of the ordinary sound. I have had them for about a month, and I like them fine.
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