Vibes Hi-Fidelity Earplugs are reusable earplugs designed for sound quality and hearing protection. Unlike standard foam and wax earplugs that block and muffle sounds, Vibes use acoustic filtering to lower the volume of your environment to a safer and more comfortable level (average decibel reduction of 22dB), while still allowing you to hear everything around you clearly. Vibes' clear design makes them virtually invisible, allowing you to be discreet about wearing hearing protection. Great for people who are sensitive to sounds / have auditory sensitivity.
Each pair of Vibes includes:
Three sizes of soft, interchangeable ear tips to ensure a comfortable fit for different sized ears
Pocket sized carrying case
Donation to Hear the World Foundation, which provides hearing healthcare and hearing aids to children in need
Neck cord available separately. This attachable cord slips onto the ends of Vibes Hi-Fidelity Earplugs, allowing them to be hung around the neck when not in use.
Vibes are great for:
Group fitness classes
Loud work environments
Individuals with autism and other sensory processing differences
Any other loud environment where you want to keep your ears comfortable and safe, but still hear clearly!
How do I use Vibes?
Step 1: Choose your ear tip size (Small, Medium, Large) Step 2: Insert the earplugs (ear tip first) into your ear, just like you would insert earbud headphones. Step 3: Listen to one or two full songs at a live concert and slightly adjust the depth that the earplugs are inserted into the ear until the clarity is optimal. Do not insert into the inner ear canal. Enjoy live music as it's meant to be enjoyed: clear sound quality and no hearing damage!"
Alternatively, to get a proper fit it can be helpful to pull the ear up a bit with the opposite hand. This creates a wider entry point for the earplugs.
Through their partnership with Hear the World Foundation, Vibes is currently funding a project that is providing hearing health screenings, medical care, and hearing aids to 30,000 children in Lima, Peru, where access to hearing healthcare is extremely limited. Some of these children have become able to hear for the first time in their lives!