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NoNoise Motorsport Noise Filter Hearing Protection

$29.95
SKU: NN.3PROM0160

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Wind noise while motorcycle riding regularly exceeds the levels at which hearing damage will occur. Protect your hearing without blocking the sounds you want to hear with the NoNoise Motorsport noise filter hearing protection.

Designed specifically for motorcyclists, the Motorsport noise filter hearing protection by NoNoise will help protect your hearing from harmful noise levels while allowing lower level noises such as conversation, sirens and horns to be heard. So much more than ear plugs, NoNoise utilizes ceramic filtration technology to filter higher sound levels that cause hearing damage but allow lower sound levels to be heard.

  • Reduces wind and road noise

  • Allows communication and intercom use

  • Preserves situational awareness

  • Comfortable, washable and re-usable

  • Silicone free construction

  • Venturi shaped sound channel

  • Zirconium oxide ceramic filter

  • No muffling or blocked ear feeling

  • Thermoplastic outer construction

  • Over 20 years experience in industry and military hearing protection

  • Exceeds strict European EN352-2 guidelines and certified to ISO9001:2008

Protection / Attenuation Data

Mean sound attenuation (EN352-2:2002) is 29.6dB at the higher, most damaging frequencies.

All data in decibels (dB)
M = Mean attenuation; S = Standard deviation; APV = Assumed protection value;
SNR = Single number rating; H, M, L = Value in high, medium and low frequency spectrum

Customer Reviews
Review by Anonymous
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I have tried several different brands of hearing protection but have gotton mixed results, from total isolation to did I forget to put them in. These worked as advertised and cut out the last of the rumble I would get from wind noise without sacrificing voice and traffic noise. Mind you I am using a Schuberth C3 Pro which is pretty quite to begin with, but this was "AHHHHH" bliss. The only down side is trying to remove them with sweaty fingers when it's hot, the stem could have been a tad longer. (Posted on 7/7/14)
Review by Anonymous
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The NoNoise earplugs are comfortable, but they let in too much wind noise at highway speed. At 75 mph I could barely hear a semi right beside me. I returned the NoNoise plugs to Twisted Throttle and have gone back to using E.A.R. reusable plugs. (Posted on 7/7/14)
Review by TheCopperOne
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I debated buying a high priced set of ear plugs when my purple foamies work well and are cheap enough. However, based on reviews I read, I pulled the trigger. My opinion? Meh. I wouldn't buy them if I knew what I know now. They are not worth $30...but close.

Pros:
1. They are reusable. My foamies only go in my ears a few times before they get difficult to insert. The no noise plugs are reusable...and washable. They go in easy every time, but you have to be careful to get them in correctly.

2. I can hear other people talking to me. With my foamies, once they're in, forget about having a normal conversation with somebody. The no noise allow me to have a conversation with someone with my plugs in and helmet on. This is helpful when talking to a parking attendant or park ranger.

Cons:
1. They do not block out anymore wind noise than the foamies. The no noise plugs do seem to block more of the engine noise, but at highway speeds the wind noise is the same or worse than the foamies.

2. If you don't get them seated correctly when you put them in, they hurt. I have to concentrate on getting them inserted in my ear so they go in straight. They are not as soft and forgiving as foamies.

Overall:
Since I have them already, and my pros and cons cancel each other out, I'll keep them. I have returned items to Twisted Throttle with no problems in the past, so I know the process is not difficult...but I don't hate the no noise plugs enough to go through the process. Having said that, if I knew what I know now, I wouldn't have paid $30 for the plugs. I use the no noise if I'm in an urban environment, but for highway trips and trips of two or more days, I'll stick with the foamies. (Posted on 7/7/14)
Review by GreenGargoyle
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These are the perfect solution for bikers to preserve their hearing. The reason I like them so much is that they seat themselves comfortably well into the ear canal, so when you put on your helmet, they stay in the way you inserted them -- unlike the first two brands I tried.
Take care to use the suggested method (on the box) of pulling your ear back just so when you pop them in. That way they stay in and feel right.
These cost quite a bit more than cheap foam plugs but they seem to be high quality that should last a long time. Lastly I like the nifty case that ships with each pair. (Posted on 7/7/14)
Review by Anonymous
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Come with a keychain case, lightweight, washable, and they work! (Posted on 7/7/14)
Review by TerriRider
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I've had mine for several months now and feel like I lost a friend if I ride without them now. Fit well, the tab to remove is just long enough to remove the plugs but not too long that it rubs on the helmet interior. I use with my Sena which allows me to wear plugs and use the communication system without issues. Perfect item and recommend them to everyone. Oh, and the little aluminum canister is perfect to holding these between rides! (Posted on 7/7/14)
Review by Longhaulpaul
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Earplugs-
I hate earplugs. Not that they don’t work, and not because I know I should use them all the time. I hate that they are two small things I always forget to put in. As someone who is always trying to make good time riding, remembering about earplugs as I pull out of my driveway or as I pull away from a gas stop is just a bit too late. Having short term memory loss, well, that doesn’t help either. Why can’t the manufacturers make earplugs you leave in all the time, and just flip a switch when you want to block sound? Sort of like reverse hearing aids. Perhaps they could make them bigger then your ears, and brightly colored so we would never forget to put them in. How about making them harder to lose by making the pair a single piece instead of separate, like they did years ago to pants? Something I may work on after I make my first million from selling my amazing non-stick tape.

Another issue I have with earplugs is I seem to get worse fuel mileage when I wear them, I ride a bit longer in the saddle, and just between you and me, the voices in my head seem to scream at me louder. I wore a set of generic foam ear plugs on a recent long trip, and if I did managed to get them in equally, they only worked adequately to reduce the road and wind noise, but also my audio from my radar and GPS had to be at 100%, and even then it was hard to hear. A buzz from the engine seemed to get louder with the plugs in, and I was frequently checking to see if it was not some alternator whining noise. It wasn’t. Cheap earplugs are just cheap. I argued this point with the voices all the way home.

Years of riding motorcycles have clearly caused some listening and hearing problems for me, and one of my New Year’s resolutions was to ALWAYS wear earplugs, even if I was just going out for a couple hundred mile ride. I got a set of these NONOISE brand Motorsport precision tuned earplugs and got a chance to test them out on a recent morning commuting to work. I had worn them the day before while stacking firewood in the yard, as my neighbor was landscaping with his chainsaw again. The plugs seemed to work well. The trick would be remembering to insert them in the morning, before my helmet and gloves.

I decided to leave the house early and take the long way to work, about 100 miles extra - just because. I was so proud I remembered to insert the plugs, keeping them in my mouth before entering the garage was the trick. As I rode, I really thought there was something wrong with the earplugs; my motor seemed to howl and thud quite a bit different then normal. I was riding pretty spiritedly though, and it wasn’t till I got to work that I realized my exhaust really sounded odd. I found my Y-pipe had cracked in half, and removing my helmet and plugs, my exhaust was LOUD. The earplugs were doing their job and actually seemed to allow the right sounds in and noisy sounds out. I could hear my GPS and Radar beeps fine, while the whine that cheap earplugs created was nonexistent. I like these plugs so much, I wore them Sunday while taking a nap, and as my Grand Daughter wailed on some new musical instruments she got for her birthday, I slept like a baby with Nonoise. --Longhaulpaul (Posted on 7/7/14)
Review by Kenneth
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These ear plugs work just like advertised. It was a pleasure to be able to hear others without having to remove my ear plugs. Comfy for my 150 miles test ride and to be able to communicate with my riding buddy while at a stop light without needing to read lips. (Posted on 12/28/13)
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