*Protect from hearing damage without sacrificing sound quality
*Almost invisible when worn
*Comfortable for prolonged wear
Coachella has finally kicked off festival season, meaning that from now through August, there are going to be many opportunities to mosh, exchange kandi, costume up and, of course, jam out to some incredible music. But anyone who’s been to a concert, much less the sensory extravaganza that is a music festival, knows that you’ll leave a performance with great memories, a few videos for later visitation and horribly ringing ears.
A typical concert is loud – like 98 to 110 decibels loud. Irreversible hearing damage can actually occur at as low as 85 decibels. That means that every time you go to hear live music, you could be putting yourself at risk for hearing loss.
But we totally understand that protecting your ears probably isn’t the first thing on your mind when it comes to attending a music festival, and you certainly don’t want to deal with the hassle, discomfort and unattractiveness of foam earplugs. Thankfully, you don’t have to.
Vibes High-Fidelity Earplugs are the wonder product your music festival go-bag has been missing. Unlike foam earplugs that block all sound possible, Vibes are specifically designed to equally level bass and treble sounds to a safe decibel while utilizing sound tubes to enhance acoustics and balance sound waves. That means that there’s no distortion of outside sounds. You’ll hear everything just as clearly as you would without earplugs, only now it’ll be about 22 decibels quieter and you won’t have to worry about ringing ears or hearing damage.
Vibes High Fidelity Concert Earplugs
Another huge plus is that Vibes are super discreet. Made with slim, clear sound tubes, Vibes are barely visible at the top of the ear canal. They also come with three different sized hypoallergenic ear tips for maximum comfort for every ear shape, even for hours of prolonged wear.
Customers remarked that Vibes made attending music events far more comfortable by eliminating headaches, ear pain and ringing caused by extreme volume. They also recommended Vibes for daily use for those with sound sensitivities, motorcycle riders, sporting events and anyone who works in a loud setting.
Some customers did warn that since Vibes are so small and clear, they can be hard to keep track of when not in use. Vibes do come with a protective case, but many customers recommended buying a keychain pill case to attach to bags or belt loops for easy access while on the go or at an event.
Also, if you purchase a pair of Vibes, a portion of the profit will be donated to the Hear The World Foundation to provide hearing aids, healthcare and education to kids in need worldwide.