These premium silicone earplugs provide both comfort and performance. Specialized noise filters reduce snoring and other environmental noises by up to 27 decibels so you can sleep, work, or travel in peace and quiet. Sold as a single pair in sizes: Small or Large.
Soft hypo-allergenic silicone tips minimize pressure on the ear canal Easy to insert and include pull tabs for easy removal
(For sanitary reasons, earplugs are not eligible for return.)
ZQuiet Flex-Fit Earplugs Features
27 db PASSIVE NOISE REDUCTION
Earplugs Designed for Sleeping
Each of these compact earplugs provide passive noise reduction and use specialized noise filters that reduce snoring and other environmental noises by up to 27 decibels.
Hypo Allergenic - Material is safe and easy to clean
Ultra Comfort - Soft, flexible tips minimize pressure on the ear canal
Integrated Pull Tab - Allows for easy removal
Attenuation Filter - Provides 27 dB of passive noise reduction
ZQuiet Earplugs Uses
The ZQuiet Earplugs were designed for sleeping and all-night comfort but, are great for many uses besides sleep
Ideal for blocking out unwanted noise when traveling on planes, trains or buses
Provides general hearing protection against noise levels that can damage your ears such as power tools and loud concerts.
Great for reducing noise and distractions when working or studying in public places or other noisy environments.
What are the best earplugs to block out snoring?
Snoring can be quite loud and disruptive, so the best way to block snoring noise are earbuds that use three kinds of noise reduction technology to cancel out snoring sounds so you can sleep soundly. Look for earbuds that use passive noise cancelling (simply having an earplug in your ear to quiet the noise) combined with active noise cancelling (technology that actively cancels certain decibles of snoring) and noise masking (such as white noise or relaxing sounds) to sooth the brain and further mask the snoring noise. Earbuds for sleeping should also be designed to be comfortable while sleeping on a pillow and have a long battery life to last through the night.
Is it bad to sleep with noise cancelling headphones?
Noise cancelling headphones are the best way to block snoring noise and sleep soundly throughout the night. Some studies indicate that noise cancelling earbuds for sleeping that require a phone and Bluetooth technology may be a health hazard. If that concerns you, be sure to find a pair that doesn't require a Bluetooth connection and has a battery life long enough to last through the night, along with being designed for sleeping comfortably on a pillow.
Is it bad to wear earplugs to sleep?
Wearing earplugs for sleeping isn't harmful, but you should look for ones specifically designed for sleep comfort. You should find earplugs that can be used comfortably while laying on a pillow and also ensure they fit snugly to optimize their effectiveness. The most effective earbud products to mask snoring sounds have both passive and active noise cancelling as well as noise masking (such as white noise or nature sounds) to sooth the brain and distract from the snoring sounds.
Which earplugs are best to block out snoring?
The best way to block snoring noise while you sleep is to wear earbuds that use three kinds of technology to cancel out unwanted sounds so you can sleep soundly. Look for earbuds that use passive noise cancelling (simply having earplugs for sleeping in your ear to quiet the noise) combined with active noise cancelling (technology that actively cancels certain decibles of snoring) and noise masking (such as white noise or relaxing sounds) to sooth the brain and further mask any remaining noise. Earbuds for sleeping should also be designed to be used while laying on a pillow so you can be comfortable without distraction.
What's the difference between the Flex-Fit and Ergo-Soft earplugs?
The differences between the Flex-Fit and Ergo-Soft earplugs comes down to 3 primary features; material, shape, and sizing. The Flex-Fit earplugs are made from hypo-allergenic silicone, have a straight cone shape, and come in 2 eartip sizes; whereas the Ergo-Soft are made of a soft rubber compound, have an angled cone shape, and come only in size Small.