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NoNoise Motorsport Noise Filter Hearing Protection

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$29.95
SKU: NN.3PROM0160

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Review by Pnoyryder
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Was researching some reviews online about different earplugs and ran across these. They had mixed reviews but were mostly good so I decided to give the a try. After playing the order thru TwistedThrottle, I received them a few days later. After putting them on for my
45 min. commute, I found out that they did block a fair bit of wind noise but still allowed me to hear my music (I have in helmet speakers) and while going thru the security gate on base, I was still able to hear the guard talk to me. All in all I'd say its worth the price. And yes I did not have that under the water experience that I normally get with foam ear plugs. I did secute them wth rubber bands to act as pull strings to make it easier to take them off. Love the metal container and I have it on my Keychain to remind me to always put them on. (Posted on 8/27/14)
Review by Larry
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Have used this product now for a couple months both when riding my dual-sport and in my convertible. Initially seemed a bit uncomfortable. However they appear to be more compliant and comfortable with regular use and actually conforming or deforming to my ear canal. Had a fire truck pass me at a light the other day with full intersection sirens and horn. This would be very painful without ear protection. Though it was still loud my ears were not ringing afterward. The plugs were effective. I recommend cleaning each time with soap and water. Leave them out on a paper towel to dry a few hours before storing in the included container. Keep the container clean and dry too. The various other types of plugs I have reduce all noise making normal conversation difficult, especially my wife's voice. Not good. I can now leave the NoNoise plugs in and still talk to my wife without the use of hand signals. I always wear hearing protection when riding. (Posted on 8/14/14)
Review by Tony
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Comfortable, and works exactly as advertised. MUCH better than foam plugs or silicone. Liked it so much bought a pair as a gift for a friend. (Posted on 8/6/14)
Review by Mike
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I took a chance on these pricey plugs, and have found them very comfy and effective. I can honestly say they are more effective than traditional foam plugs. (Posted on 7/30/14)
Review by Macabout
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Bought last weekend and on the ride home, it was like having nothing in my ears, that was a bad thing. Tried them again this time inserting further into ear canal, same result, no noise blockage, and needed tweezers to remove them from my ears. I was looking for something difference as I already wear custom plugs that are older and bulky, too bad, money down the drain so to speak. (Posted on 7/23/14)
Review by Ernie
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I received these the day before I was to do a six hundred mile day. I've never had ringing in my ears from any amount of noise. When I reached my destination and removed the ear plugs my ears were ringing. The return trip everything was the same except no ear plugs. At the end of the trip I had no ringing and no discomfort in my ears. (Posted on 7/17/14)
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)

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