Earasers Musicians Earplugs

€45 €58

Earasers Musicians Earplugs

Whether you are a musician, attend concerts or are regularly exposed to music played at high levels, Earasers don't plug up your ears and muffle sound like more conventional earplugs. The human voice is centered between 250Hz and 300Hz, so you will still be able to hear conversations amazingly well, while wearing these. Musicians have to be able to focus on the different layers of instrumentation. Earasers utilize a unique attenuation "V filter" to provide up to 31dB of protection in the frequencies you need it most. The result is the world's first flat frequency response earplugs.

Size +

Tip on sizes:

75% of men use Medium

75% of women use Small

75% of young adults use Small

Most people already know if they have small ears due to their experience with other earbuds. Don't worry, there is some definite overlap in the sizes. If you guess wrong, you can always exchange them within 30 days. If you want to be absolutely sure about the right size without shipping back and forward, click here!

Description +

The Earasers soft silicone design is based on one of the most widely used hearing aid tips in the market. There is no need for expensive trips to a specialist to get custom ear molds. The Smart Seal technology conforms to the shape of your ear canal for a more comfortable fit that you can wear all day. Earasers can be cleaned and reused, and when the silicone tip starts to get old, they can be "Renewed" with new silicone sleeves.

Product information +

Visit the info section on our website to find FAQ, warranties, specifications or instruction videos. For any other questions hit the question section or send us an Email.

Filter reduction level +

For someone who is working from home, or simply reading a book, but with a lot of noises around, we advise to use -13 dB average, 19 dB peak filters.

For someone who attends music festivals or loud concerts we have a different type of earplug. Choose for more reduction, for instance - 26dB -31Db. Now you make sure your ears won’t hurt when the noise is going extra loud. No beep when coming home.

A dentist does not hear really loud noise coming out of machines but has to hear them all day long. Which is not healthy for the brains to process. For these types of situations, we have the -19 Db filter. This one makes sure you kill the noise but hear the voice.

If you have any questions regarding the filter you want to use, please contact us or check out our social media pages where we give more information.

   INSTRUCTION MANUAL

CE Certification (-26dB Filter)

Customer Reviews

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Anonymous
Happy with my purchase

The product arrived on time pus i get a really nice Keychain to hold the plugs, the earplugs are confortable enough

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Michael de Hoop

Earasers Musicians Earplugs

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Marijntje Thissen
Super

Made to match!

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Paul Yea
Recommend!

Since a long time I have wanted to put in a good word for the Earasers. I have been using them a lot for over 5 years now, and I can't recommend them enough. I also own 2 pair of molded Elacin plugs with 3 different filters, and I have tried all kind of 20-50€ plugs, so I think I am in a quite good position to compare. In the cheaper end the Earasers beat them all easily. Compared to the molded, they even have a weird advantage (besides the price tag). The filters are great, and are close to compare to the molded plugs that costs 4-5 x the price. But what makes them outstanding is the design that makes it possible to use them in a quite special way. First of all they are super comfortable, and I can have them in my ears as long as the molded plugs without any discomfort. The only difference is that during the hours they may slowly slip a bit out, so you have to push them back in here and there. But that is actually why I keep using them, and one of the things that make them so special. The way I can pull them further out or push them deeper in, means that I get a chance to actually adjust the volume/attenuation. And because the volume in the club will always change (or any surrounding you want to protect yourself against), you don't have to decide between using the plugs or not. If the volume feels in the more comfortable end, I simply leave them in, but at the tip of my ears, so they literally just take the top of the high frequencies, and when you move closer to the sound source (or the DJ or a track becomes louder) you simply push them further in. I am therefor (as you might have understood) also a big fan of the US filter, which made me use them in the first place, and a small attenuation is something I always wished for in a pair of earplugs. Something that just take the top out of the sound system, so I can keep a good volume and experience. It is something no other plug in the affordable end ever seemed to aim for, and that always kept me away from using earplugs. I have also used the EU filter in some crappy clubs, when the volume has been in the louder/harsher end, and they also sound great and don't attenuate too much either. But I always try to avoid those clubs/sound systems anyway. Personally I have never looked for something to bring down the volume to the 100% official safe levels, because it always took away too much of my experience, but of course the EU filters are a good option where you can still adjust the attenuation in the same way as I described earlier. Worth mentioning is that they also are practically invisible (compared to the molded and more or less all other earplugs). I actually even cut off and shorten the piece of plastic that you use to take them out, so that it just points out 4-5 mm. I don't think anyone should be embarrassed for protecting their ears and hearing, but it is also nice that it doesn't have to become any focus point at all to wear them. As a sidenote, and something that is also very important to mention is another use, where the Earasers seem to beat all other plugs. I have a close friend who since two years suffer from extreme sound sensitivity and tinnitus after a sound/noise accident. He uses the Earasers on a daily basis, in the same way, where he can have them quite far out for most of the time, just taking the highest frequencies out, that otherwise would trigger his tinnitus. And of course pushing them in when needed. I truly love my Earasers and I hope they will find their way to all music lovers wanting to have a safer but still great experience, and also to the people struggling with tinnitus or sound sensitivity.

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P.
I can't recommend them enough!

Since a long time I have wanted to put in a good word for the Earasers. I have been using them a lot for over 5 years now, and I can't recommend them enough. I also own 2 pair of molded Elacin plugs with 3 different filters, and I have tried all kind of 20-50€ plugs, so I think I am in a quite good position to compare. In the cheaper end the Earasers beat them all easily. Compared to the molded, they even have a weird advantage (besides the price tag). The filters are great, and are close to compare to the molded plugs that costs 4-5 x the price. But what makes them outstanding is the design that makes it possible to use them in a quite special way. First of all they are super comfortable, and I can have them in my ears as long as the molded plugs without any discomfort. The only difference is that during the hours they may slowly slip a bit out, so you have to push them back in here and there. But that is actually why I keep using them, and one of the things that make them so special. The way I can pull them further out or push them deeper in, means that I get a chance to actually adjust the volume/attenuation. And because the volume in the club will always change (or any surrounding you want to protect yourself against), you don't have to decide between using the plugs or not. If the volume feels in the more comfortable end, I simply leave them in, but at the tip of my ears, so they literally just take the top of the high frequencies, and when you move closer to the sound source (or the DJ or a track becomes louder) you simply push them further in.

I am therefor (as you might have understood) also a big fan of the US filter, which made me use them in the first place, and a small attenuation is something I always wished for in a pair of earplugs. Something that just take the top out of the sound system, so I can keep a good volume and experience. It is something no other plug in the affordable end ever seemed to aim for, and that always kept me away from using earplugs. I have also used the EU filter in some shitty clubs, when the volume has been in the louder/harsher end, and they also sound great and don't attenuate too much either. . But I always try to avoid those clubs/sound systems anyway. Personally I have never looked for something to bring down the volume to the 100% official safe levels, because it always took away too much of my experience, but of course the EU filters are a good option where you can still adjust the attenuation in the same way as I described earlier.

Worth mentioning is that they also are practically invisible (compared to the molded and more or less all other earplugs). I actually even cut off and shorten the piece of plastic that you use to take them out, so that it just points out 4-5 mm. I don't think anyone should be embarrassed for protecting their ears and hearing, but it is also nice that it doesn't have to become any focus point at all to wear them.

As a sidenote, and something that is also very important to mention is another use, where the Earasers seem to beat all other plugs. I have a close friend who since two years suffer from extreme sound sensitivity and tinnitus after a sound/noise accident. He uses the Earasers on a daily basis, in the same way, where he can have them quite far out for most of the time, just taking the highest frequencies out, that otherwise would trigger his tinnitus. And of course pushing them in when needed.

I truly love my Earasers and I hope they will find their way to all music lovers wanting to have a safer but still great experience, and also to the people struggling with tinnitus or sound sensitivity.

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