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How to Choose Ear Plugs


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Juanita Hoecherl
4 weeks ago.
I have swimmers ear and have to keep my ears dry and my ears are real sensitive. Which ear plugs do you recommend?
swimoutlet.com
4 weeks ago.
Hi Juanita,
I recommend the Speedo Ergo Ear Plugs (Product Code 22107). These are ergonomically shaped and are very comfortable. I hope this helps!
Dimitrios
6 months ago.
I have tried the Speedo earplugs but I cannot wear them if I am wearing a swimming cap over my ears (which I always do to get hair out of the way) because I feel like the plug is being pushed further inside my ear and I am afraid I will traumatize it. Any suggestions on which ones to use ? I was thinking of the silicone ones that go over the ear (not inside it) but can someone tell me if they will still be pushed inside or not when wearing a cap (as I don't want to buy them and then realize they are not working as I want them to) ?
Franziska
11 months ago.
I am getting ready to do a open water swim next month. My part will be 12 miles. I just got diagnosed with a eardrum rapture and am supposed to keep ear dry. What would you suggest?
Swimoutlet.com
11 months ago.
Hi Franziska,
I would suggest that you go with moldable ear plugs. You can mold the ear plugs to custom fit to keep water out vs the regular ear plugs. Below is a link to our moldable ear plugs. Let us know if you have any questions. Good luck with your open water swim!

http://www.swimoutlet.com/searchresults.asp?Search=moldable+ear+plugs+&checkRealSearchInput=Y
Jim
1 year ago.
I really want to get into swimming this summer. I have a lot of friends that swim and they all really enjoy it. The only problem is that I always get water in my ears. What is the best kind of ear plugs on the market? http://www.earmoldsydney.com.au/Products.htm
Swimoutlet.com
1 year ago.
Hi Jim,

The highest rated and most popular ones that we carry are:

Cirrus AquaEars
http://www.swimoutlet.com/p/cirrus-aquaears-26370/

Mack's Ear Seals Earplugs
http://www.swimoutlet.com/p/macks-ear-seals-earplugs-2241/?color=10806

Sporti Ear Plugs with Hooks
http://www.swimoutlet.com/p/sporti-ear-plugs-with-hooks-41243/?color=10886

Let us know if you have any questions. Have a wonderful day!
mike b
2 years ago.
i had shingles and my left ear canal is now bigger than my right. i need waterproof ear plugs, any suggestions
SwimOutlet.com
2 years ago.
Hi Mike,

Since your ear canals are different sizes, I would recommend going with moldable ear plugs. Our most popular ones are the:

Mack's Pillow Soft Earplugs 6 Pair
http://www.swimoutlet.com/product_p/13238.htm

Let us know if you have any further questions. Have a wonderful day!
Gwen Fillinger
3 years ago.
Where can I find the ear transperency for the ear plugs. I bought two pair recently from swim outlet and want to make sure before I use them that they are the right size.
Thanks! Gwen
Carl
3 years ago.
What would be the best fit for a six year old ? Please respond to my e-mail I am not on face book . Thanks
SwimOutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hi Carl,

Great question. Your best bet is to go with ear plugs made in kids size. An example is the Mack's Pillow Soft Earplugs - Kids Size, which can be found on our site at http://www.swimoutlet.com/product_p/1181.htm.

Hope that helps!

Thanks,
SwimOutlet.com
Barbara A.
3 years ago.
I have a problem hearing instructions at competitions ... It means a delayed start...at 80 I have some hearing loss but not enough to use a hearing aid...what ear plugs do you suggest? Thanks. Barbara
SwimOutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hi Barbara,

Earplugs for swimming are mainly used for noise reduction, hearing protection, and helping to prevent swimmer's ear. They help keep the water out of your ear canal which may help with your hearing, but that is not its main function.

Still, it's a good idea to wear earplugs to protect your ears from infections. Many swimmers have mentioned that it helps them focus on swimming because they don't have to worry about water going into their ears!

You can view our earplug collection here, and choose from the highest rated items: http://www.swimoutlet.com/Ear_Plugs_Drops_s/951.htm.

Hope that helps.

Thank you,
SwimOutlet.com
David Tavarczky
3 years ago.
The cost of ear plugs? Your reduced prices is the price for one or a pair ? Please advise soon!!!!!
SwimOutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hi David,

The costs of our ear plugs vary depending on which type you purchase. They can be anywhere from $1.95-$11.95. Ear plugs are sold by pairs. You can view our ear plug collection here: http://www.swimoutlet.com/Ear_Plugs_Drops_s/951.htm.

Thank you,
SwimOutlet.com
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