Being a person with sensitive ears is both a blessing and a curse, as it allows me to hear things most people can’t as well as catch things in the podcasts I produce (*toots own horn*), but the downside is that…well…I hear things most people can’t/don’t. Thankfully I had some friends that pulled me into their loop, Loop Quiet and Experience Earplugs that is, that do a great job of blocking out some or most noise so you can sleep better, focus, or whatever you need to do with less noise.
Starting off with the Loop Experience earplugs that go for $20, these cool looking plugs with their trademark loop handle help place, keep, and remove them while reducing noise by 18 decibels. This is just enough to allow you to hear conversations and your surroundings while also protecting you from any sudden loud noises.
I found these to be pretty awesome when walking, jogging, or bike riding near construction sites or where there’s road work, both which are going on not far from where I live. We all know just how loud construction noise can get, especially when cranes, dump trucks, and jackhammers are involved. These will protect your hearing from being damaged while also allowing you to be aware of things going on around you which is always a plus when near traffic and such.
Then if you want to take the sound reduction even further, the Loop Quiet earplugs have you covered which reduces noise by 27 decibels. These are perfect for events where you know there will be loud noise(s) involved such as concerts, fireworks (one of my most dreaded events) and the like. You can also use these for focusing, working, studying, plane flights/travel, or sleeping if you happen to have rude neighbors or someone near that snores, makes distracting noises, etc.
Whatever the case may be with any unwanted noises you have in your life, Loop makes it easy and cool to tune them out, thanks to the soft silicone, changeable tips to make sure they fit and seal out distractions. There’s also a handy carrying case that comes with them, but sadly is too small to carry the extra earplug tips, so make sure you have the right ones equipped before you place the plugs in the case.
If you’re like me and have sensitive hearing or just want to lower the volume on life a little, the Loop Quiet and Experience Earplugs are some of the best (and stylish) ones out there. The loop makes it easy to place and remove the plugs into your ears while making for a great conversation starter to boot. So if distracting noises are bothering you, be sure to get in the loop with these.