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#1 allyspergers


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Posted 23 September 2015 - 03:07 PM

So, I've been on the search for ear protectors because I struggle with auditory sensitivity. (whilst I'm sure loads of you, being on the autistic spectrum know of this, but I'm aware that everyone is different and not everybody will have this issue, thus some might not know - pretty much its the heightened sense of sound, everyday sounds bother you, for me, its loud/sudden/repetitive/close noise)

Anyway, I've been looking for a long while, i want some that are pretty (because i'm fussy and sentimental) and i saw a news report with a thumbnail image (it was about protecting children's ears at noisy events) you can right click on the image and 'search google for this image' to see it, if youre interested - but, see, this is what i did to try and find the brand in the photo, because they look like they have a nice pretty range of styles.


Here's the photo (the ones that the back, in packaging) GC150508_FlamesHearing_tnb_4.jpg?w=500&q


it looks to me like the brand is 'safe and sound'? I cant find it, though. Maybe I'm not looking properly, i've never been great at research..


if anyone recognises the brand, please let me know! Or any other nice sound muting earmuffs!

i know their quality is more important than their aesthetics, i'm not silly, so please be nice.


#2 jack schitt

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Posted 05 January 2016 - 06:44 PM

Having tried a few over the years -

For over ear I like Peltor - nice quality feel and work very well.

For in ear 3M earsoft fx - they don't hurt the ears.

Both were available from ebay

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