Product Preview: Decibullz Custom Molded Earplugs

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posted on January 29, 2016
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Designed to be shaped by the end user to his or her ears, Decibullz Custom Molded Earplugs provide shooters with form-fitting hearing protection at a reasonable cost. The thermoplastic plugs are heated in boiling water until pliable then allowed to cool to a comfortable temperature before being inserted in the ear where they conform to its unique contours. If the process doesn’t result in a perfect fit the first time, Decibullz are re-formable so you can repeat the procedure until you’re happy with the results. Featuring a Noise Reduction Rating of 31 dB, the earplugs come with three sets of silicon tips and one set of foam tips, and are available in five colors. MSRP: $25. Contact Decibullz, LLC; decibullz.com.

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