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Loop Quiet Equinox Earplugs – Reusable Noise-Reducing Earplugs | Colourful Hearing Protection | Perfect for Sleep, Focus, Noise Sensitivity & Travel | Customizable Fit | 26dB (SNR) Noise Reduction

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  • HIGH-QUALITY NOISE REDUCTION – Packing up to 26 dB (SNR) / NRR 14 of noise reduction, Loop Quiet Equinox helps you tune out the world and get in your bubble, perfect for sleep, focus, noise sensitivity and beyond. Loop Quiet Equinox earplugs qualify as certified hearing protection to keep your ears safe from damaging sounds.
  • COMFY, CUSTOMIZED FIT – Made from lightweight flexible silicone, these reusable earplugs offer unmatched comfort morning and night, even for side sleepers. Comes with 4 ear tip sizes (XS/S/M/L) for the perfect fit every time.
  • GREAT FOR SLEEP, FOCUS AND MORE – Loop Quiet Equinox earplugs offer instant noise reduction and protection for all kinds of situations. By reducing maximum background noise, Loop Quiet Equinox offers instant noise reduction for sleep, focus, relaxation, travel, noise sensitivity, travel and so much more.
  • EASY TO USE – Loop earplugs are easy to insert and come with adjustable ear tip sizes for optimal noise reduction and a comfortable fit throughout the day. Just pop them in, twist and enjoy your new volume. When inserted correctly, Loop earplugs should not stick out.
  • IN THE BOX – 1 set of Loop Quiet Equinox earplugs, 4 ear tip sizes (XS/S/M/L), 1 handy Carry Case. Loop earplugs are sustainable, easy to clean and last up to 5 years of daily use.
  • Ratings & Reviews

    4.1 ratings
    Customer Reviews
    • A.

      5.0 out of 5 stars Best earplugs I’ve found for my sensory self. Watch a how-to video before using though.

      I am an auditory avoidant neurodivergent person with an inner ear deformity that makes me even more sensitive to unwanted sound. So earplugs are very important to me and I will say that these are the best I’ve found so far.Here are the things I like about them: 1). They are more comfortable inside the ear and stay in better than foam earplugs. 2). They’re more reliable also; I think anyone who has used foam earplugs regularly has experienced having them suddenly stop compressing/expanding properly and becoming completely useless at the moment you need them the most. The Loops don’t do that. There is nothing to compress or expand so they are very dependable. And they do block out quite a bit of unwanted sound. 3). once they are in properly, you really can’t see them from the front, unlike those foam plugs that stick out and look ridiculous. 4). because they lie flat against the ear, I can wear them with my noise-canceling headphones if I need extra protection. 5). they are the only thing that make it tolerable to go to the very noisy planet gym (where they BLARE the music even at 6 am on a Sunday when I, a person in my 50s, am the youngest person in the place. WHY?!?)Things I would change: 1) I find the loop part a little big for my ear. The outside cartilaginous part of my ear gets really sore after I’ve worn them for a while, from the loop part pressing on it. Maybe I’ll try child-sized ones in the future. 2) My ears require two different sizes of plug attachments- small on the right and medium on the left. So I wish they would make some indication on the loop part of a right/left designation. Preferably something like a raised bump pattern on one that I could feel when trying to put them in at night in the dark.Both of these things are minor and not bothersome enough to give a lower review. They’re just things that (for me) would make an already excellent product even better.If you have never used them before, I highly recommend watching one of their videos on how to fit them and properly install them in your ears. They come with several sizes of plugs. You will try each on to find the ones that fit best. In order to do this, you must pull off the plug attachments that are on the Loops when you receive them. I was reluctant to do this because you really do have to grip them and pull pretty hard. I didn’t want to pull too hard and ruin my my new and (to me) very costly earplugs, but it turns out they are quite sturdy so you can feel confident doing that. You then insert them and then turn them so that the loop part is tucked into the…… swirly part (?) of your outer ear.My only regrets are that I didn’t buy them sooner, and that I didn’t get an extra pair, because I really need a pair to keep by my bed and a pair for my purse. If your memory is better than mine and you remember to take them everywhere with you, then you can get by with one pair.Overall they are excellent and I know it’s a leap of faith, given the price, when you’re used to getting like 200 foam earplugs for the same price, but as a person who is very sensitive to sound, I highly recommend them.EDIT: The reason I strongly suggest watching a video on how to use these, is that the instructions for use that come in the package are utterly unreadable (see photo). I wasn’t able to read them even by taking a photo and enlarging it. So if you hear or read about people getting these stuck in their ears, it’s because they didn’t/couldn’t read the instructions and just used the pads without the loops themselves attached. Once you attach the pads to the loops, unless they’re defective, you have to really pull to get them off and they will not just randomly come off in your ear. It’s not the users’ fault though. The packaging is terrible in terms of readability. I honestly don’t know how it made it through the design phase. Despite the blatant packaging fail, however, the earplugs themselves are still awesome.

    • K. V.

      5.0 out of 5 stars Helps me a lot

      Loop QuietThere are both good and bad things but I would say the good highly outweighs the bad. I will start with the good. I have had this pair for like a month now and I use them all the time. I live in a house where u can hear everything through the walls and most of my day is spent at school and at work. Due to these things, I would always get overstimulated and be super tired trying to get rest, but u can’t really get rest with music blasting in your ears (trying to cope with the sounds somehow). In addition to that, I am a person of prayer so I always prayed at home with music on due to noise.Let me just say, a lot has changed after getting these. Whenever I get overwhelmed and I need a break, these bring my mood back to normal and my tiredness goes down a lot. I even used these for loud sermons and they work great to help reduce noise. I’m not as tired after church thanks to them. Taking a little nap with these is such an amazing experience. I really enjoy actually getting rest. I realized I have been missing a lot with all the noise.Now about the slight negatives. I have found these to sometimes to be a bit uncomfortable since I like to put them in deeper, but in general, since I don’t wear them all the time I still think these are worth the buy. The smallest size is probably a bit big for me. When u are overwhelmed and u feel like u can’t function as a person, these are priceless. I also was given a pair of noise canceling over-the ears headphones, but those produce noise so these are good to have as a combo to reduce sound even further for the full silence u want.But in general, I love these. I take them everywhere I go because I can’t see myself not having them anymore

    • A. C.

      4.0 out of 5 stars Add me as a satisfied user

      These are not the miracle some people claim but they are not as bad as others claim, at least in my ears.I got these almost out of curiosity and for when I want/need some protection from noise for sleep. I normally use foam earplugs but thought I would try something more reusable, and maybe like them better.The first thing I wanted to know was how comfortable the loop would be as a side sleeper. I was surprised by how little I noticed the loop. I got lucky and the default medium-size tip fit me perfectly. I tried the smaller tip to see if it would work and it was immediately apparent it was not blocking any sound. The tips are not too hard to get off or put on. I have to wonder if people who report not noise blockage are using too small a tip.So how do they work? They are no miracle, but I was not expecting them to be. They definitely attenuate the sound. With the loops in I could not hear my roommate's TV at all.They do not block sound as well as properly inserted foam plugs but they are more comfortable. My goal is to block sounds in the morning so I need something I can wear all night. Foam plugs I almost always end up pulling them out during the night.The trade-off is more comfort or more noise reduction. While the foam plugs help me get to sleep in a noisy place I usually yank them out before morning and I'm unprotected from morning noises.I think the quiet loops are expensive for what they are but the main thing is that they work for my use case and that is what counts so worth the money for a good night's sleep.

    • S. H.

      5.0 out of 5 stars Helps a lot with noice and focus

      I am on the autism spectrum and a college student. These have made it so I can do my best class work and stay ontop of things. They make it so I can’t hear much but can hear a bit if it’s important. I would highly recommend. I hate how people are loud when I try to study and also the sound of people chewing. I would highly recommend these. $25 is worth it although I was hesitant at first but now I can’t live without them. Three different sizes and so convenient and comfortable in my ears. Also comes with a case.

    • P.

      Loop Earplugs - Review from a Commuter

      TL;DR: Great product quality, decent noise cancellation, very comfortable, well worth the price!I wear these on the train/subway to and from work where the noise of the train can sometimes be deafening. While the earplugs don’t completely block out the ambient noise, they still lower noise quite well, similar to if you’re pressing down on your ears with your hands.As far as comfort, the earplugs fit perfectly snug and provide a good seal. The product comes with three different silicone tip sizes, so most people shouldn't have any issue finding a size that works for them.As an added bonus, the tutorial videos that Loop has on YouTube are super helpful and well made. They go over the usage and recommended maintenance of the earplugs.The colour options for these are great as well! I've had my pair in the "Quiet Equinox" (tiffany green) colour for about a month and will consider getting a backup pair. These earplugs are well worth the price for anyone looking for noise reduction.

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