These Transparent Ear Plugs Discreetly Protect Your Hearing

Push your way to the front row at a concert without damaging your hearing with The EarDial Invisible Ear Plugs.
Push your way to the front row at a concert without damaging your hearing with The EarDial Invisible Ear Plugs.

Going out on the town and seeing live music is a great way to blow off steam and connect with friends who share your love of your favorite band. However, there’s nothing fun about the ringing in your ears after a night of dancing: it’s called tinnitus, and when it shows up after exposure to loud sounds it can mean that you’ve permanently damaged your hearing. Earplugs are easy to misplace or forget, and their simplistic design and odd colors won’t win you any points for style. EarDial Invisible Ear Plugs offer discreet, effective protection from noise-related hearing loss.

The EarDials were born out of necessity: after a long evening out, clubgoer Jesús Carrera had an unwelcome ringing in his ears for several days. He found out that his tinnitus signaled potentially permanent hearing damage and decided to do something about it. With the help of a successful Kickstarter campaign, Carrera designed earplugs that protect you from auditory assault while their high-transparency material renders them practically invisible. An aluminum keychain case keeps your EarDials at the ready, and a compatible mobile app reads decibel levels and tells you how long you can safely enjoy loud environments.

Enjoy front-row concert seats without damaging your hearing with the EarDial Invisible Ear Plugs. They’re only $19.99, and 5% of EarDial’s profits go to hearing-related charities like Dangerous Decibels and Action on Hearing Loss.

 

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