Protect your hearing at concerts with these high-tech plugs

These discreet earplugs were designed for loud events

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Published April 11, 2019 8:30AM (EDT)

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Ever see someone at a concert or in a loud workout class wearing earplugs and secretly roll your eyes — only to secretly wish you had a set yourself? You can protect your hearing without losing your cool factor with these EarDial earplugs.

So, that ringing in your ears that we've all had after an especially loud event — it's called tinnitus and as it turns out, it is really bad for your hearing. As fun as they may be, live music events, booming surround-sound at movies and consistent exposure to levels of sound over 85dB can cause hearing loss. Unfortunately, most clubs and concerts are over 100dB.

That's where EarDial comes in, offering comfortable, discreet hearing protection that helps filter noise, so you can still hear and enjoy the music, chat with your friends and not look like a total dork with earplugs. Raved about by the likes of Mashable and VentureBeat, they feature a low-profile design and easy storage with a compact aluminum case. Unlike most earplugs, you can even wear them comfortably for long hours with the exclusive earwax protection.

You can even know the sound level around you and how long you can stay without damaging your hearing using the companion app. Usually, EarDials are $33, but you can get them for the newly reduced price of $19.99.


EarDial: The Invisible Smart Earplugs for Live Music - $19.99

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