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50-Pair Mack's Ultra Soft Foam Earplugs (32dB NRR) EXPIRED

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ULTRA COMFORTABLE - Made with super low-pressure, slow release, Comfy Cush Comfort Foam. Their user preferred color is as easy on your eyes as they are on your ears.
ULTRA NOISE BLOCKERS – With a Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) of 32 decibels, these versatile, noise blocking earplugs are great for sleeping, studying, work, travel, concerts, relaxation, motorcycling, loud events, etc.
#1 BRAND FOR SNORING, SLEEPING AND TO PROTECT HEARING - Mack's is the #1 doctor recommended brand of foam earplugs to protect hearing and to get a good night's sleep when sleeping with a snoring spouse.
#1 BRAND USED BY DOCTORS - Mack's is the #1 brand of foam earplugs personally used by doctors. Trust the brand that doctors trust.
MADE IN THE USA – Proudly made in the USA with safe, high performance, noise reducing foam. Satisfaction guaranteed. The plastic jar is safety-sealed and features a convenient flip-open top for easy dispensing.

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I have used earplugs nightly for 20 years due to a nearby railway. I've tried all brands. All of them. These are great. The reason "soft" matters is that regular ones expand in your ears with enough force that they can be slightly uncomfortable overnight. Regular block sound a little better.

The pink ones are smaller for people with smaller ear canals like women.

These last for a long time if kept dry. They will stop expanding if they get wet with sweat or from a toddler. They are also a choking hazard so keep em away from little ones.

I usually throw them away once there is some wax buildup. A pack like this lasts a long time.
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Amazon price history before ss
Lowest|$|5.52
Current|$|5.52
Average 3 months|$|8.90
Average 6 months|$|8.81
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They work just fine. I use these every night to sleep.
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thanks, 50 pairs is a lot. Come to think about it, I have a box full of string type somewhere. I like the ones with neck band but the silicone never lasts.
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Amazon price history before ss
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Average 6 months$8.81
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good find Thanks
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actually it's not...this op is the one who discovered the price drop (and is thus thanked and has been added as a discuss in the front page post of the other thread)
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My order from earlier (when it was $6.XX) had already shipped so I attempted to do a refund to buy this lower price and it let me keep it. Shrug.
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I've read from some of the comments that these lose their form rather quickly, and cease to expand. Does anyone have any experience with them?
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I've read from some of the comments that these lose their form rather quickly, and cease to expand. Does anyone have any experience with them?
I use these to sleep because I share a room with a sibling who snores loudly. I can confirm they do lose their form after 3-4 times (3-4 nights for me). You can tell by squeezing them and bouncing back to its form rather quickly than a new one. I also notice it doesn't block noise/sound that well after a while. I like them because they block noise/sound better than some brands that I've tried.
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I've read from some of the comments that these lose their form rather quickly, and cease to expand. Does anyone have any experience with them?
These are terrible. They do not expand once in your ear. You get what you pay for with these. Hearos ear plugs are dramatically better.
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Seems great for apartment dwellers.
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I have small ears and I use these. They are quite good when I use it with my zero turn lawn mower. However, these won't completely cancel out noise. Definitely better than my cheapp 3M lawn mower hearing protection.
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Disposable ear plugs....
might as well get a large quantity if you need them.

https://www.magidglove.com/mobile...M1100.aspx
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