Moldex Contours

Moldex Contours Small Earplugs 20 pairs

Unfortunately, this item has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Please call our expert customer service team for further advice.

Protect Your Hearing With Moldex

Moldex ear plugs help reduce the amount of harmful noise that can perpetuate the ear drum. By reducing the amount of potentially damaging sounds, the risk of hearing loss and/or tinnitus can be lowered.

It is advised that ear plugs be worn in environments that could cause harm to both our ears and our hearing. For example, frequent concert-goers and construction works can be exposed to excessively high levels of noise for long periods of time on a regular basis.

What Is It?

  • 20 pairs of foam earplugs
  • Manufactured from soft, slow-recovery foam which is free of PVC
  • This is the small size (also suitable for those with more narrow ear canals)

What Does It Do?

  • Reduces the level of sound entering the ear
  • SNR rating of 35dB (H34 M33 L28). This means that on average, incoming sounds will be reduced by up to 35dB. (See technical note below for more details)
  • A contoured shape moulds easily to the ear canal for excellent comfort
  • Comfortable enough to wear all day

How Do I Use It?

  • Make sure your hands and ear opening are clean and dry
  • Roll the plug between the finger and thumb to compress them
  • If fitting the plug on the right ear reach above the head with the left arm hand to pull the right ear gently upwards
  • Slide the plug into the ear canal with your right hand and hold in place for 5 seconds to let the plug expand and fill the ear
  • Not recommended for more than a single-use

Should you wish to try out the Moldex Contours we do make Single pairs available. Alternatively, if you are looking to bulk buy, please see our 100 pairs or 200 pairs options.

Hearing Direct technical note:

SNR stands for Single Noise Rating and this is used within the European Union. The way in which it is calculated differs slightly due to different test standards and calculations from the NRR or Noise Reduction Rating system used in the USA.

In addition to an overall rating, the SNR further rates ear protectors in terms of the particular noise environments in which they will be used - H for high-frequency noise environments, M for mid-frequency, and L for low-frequency. So as an example, you may see the noise reduction information stated as: SNR 35, H=34, M=33, L=28. The estimated attenuation of sound changes according to the noise spectrum of the environment in which the protector is to be worn.


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