Alpine has developed a superb new earplug model after twenty years of expertise. The earplugs' incredibly well-thought-out and carefully tested form enables natural flat absorption and a comfortable fit. In addition, a specific filter that only blocks the disturbing sounds is used.
Wearing FlyFit earplugs when flying relieves pressure on the eardrums during takeoff and landing. The filters function as valves, ensuring gradual and consistent pressure balance between the external environment and the middle ear. As a result, the Eustachian tube has enough time to adjust to pressure changes. Secondly, the specific acoustic filters of FlyFit earplugs protect against unwanted ambient noise. The earplugs provide for rest and relaxation during long flights, but they are also ideal for use on bus, rail, and vehicle rides. Pluggies from the Alps Kids earplugs are offered for children who have earaches when flying.
Alpine’s innovative earplugs are made from thermoplastic material specially developed by Alpine: AlpineThermoShape. This material adapts to the shape of the ears so that the earplugs fit the auditory ducts perfectly. You are guaranteed a comfortable fit without unpleasant pressure on your ears. You are assured that the earplugs remain in the right position, thus providing optimal noise reduction. ATS contains no silicone, thus causing no allergic reactions.
FlyFit and SleepSoft earplugs are the only earplugs on the market with soft, flexible filters. This ensures even greater comfort during your journey. With these soft filters, you can sleep soundly with your head turned to the side against your seat.
Alpine has developed an easy-to-use cleaning tool to remove earwax from the earplugs. By keeping the earplugs clean, they keep working optimally and last longer.
The lifespan of the earplugs depends on frequency of use. Keeping the earplugs clean will extend the lifespan. The earplugs can be cleaned with lukewarm water and soap.
The design of the Alpine hearing protectors is an exclusive Dutch Design. All earplugs and filter systems are produced in the Netherlands.
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