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These Smart Earplugs Protect Your Ears From Harmful Frequencies

These Smart Earplugs Protect Your Ears From Harmful Frequencies


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Let's face it: Earplugs aren't necessarily the coolest thing to be sporting at a concert, but the reality is that you run the risk of losing your hearing if you jam out without ear protection. In fact, experts agree that long exposure to levels of sound over 85dB can cause hearing loss, and most clubs and concerts are well over 100dB. So, what's a concertgoer to do?

EarDial: The Invisible Smart Earplugs for Live Music offers a solution that not only protects your hearing but does it discreetly while allowing you to enjoy your music and talk to your friends with zero hassle. And, for a limited time, you can get a pair of EarDial Earplugs on sale for nearly 40 percent off.

Engineered with a low-profile, yet secure design, EarDial Earplugs can be worn confidently and comfortably for long hours. The included aluminum case makes for easy and secure transport, and it can even clip onto your keyring.

The EarDial includes a companion app that allows you to know the sound level around you and how long you can stay safe before you run the risk of hearing loss. That way, you can stay in the know and avoid tinnitus when you're rocking out.

What's more, each EarDial purchase supports a good cause, with 5 percent of the profits going to charities on a mission against tinnitus and noise-induced hearing loss. That way, your money works to save your hearing as well as someone else's.

The EarDial Earplugs were on sale for $21.99, but you can get them at a new sale price of $19.99, saving nearly 40 percent off their normal retail price of $33.

This is a promotional article about one of the company partners with Interesting Engineering. By shopping with us, you not only get the materials you need, but you’re also supporting our website.


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