The 2014 product overview guide shows all our products. This way it’s easier to compare the different earplugs, their attenuation and possible accessories.
The Pluggerz product overview will help you to decide to choose the best earplugs for you. Whether you are looking for a custom-made or all-fit earplug. We have divided the range into 9 different categories for easy of use: Music, Hobby, Road, Swim, Travel, Sleep, Read, Shoot, Pro.
Please download Product overview 2014 here (PDF).
If you’re still not sure on what to order, feel free to contact our sales team.
Have you ever dreamed of racing a Formula 1 car?
Motionators is as close as you get to the full motion F1 simulators the professional drivers use. These simulators are so real that you will be in shock and awe just climbing in them and feel your pulse rise as the motion kicks in!
Pluggerz All-Fit Road and All-Fit Pro are now available at Motionators F1 Simulators Melbourne
(2G/439 Docklands Drive, Docklands Melbourne).
For more information, please visit the Motionators website.
A recent Dutch study showed that many manufacturers offering airplane earplugs are misleading consumers . These earplugs suppose to take away the uncomfortable feeling or pain even with taking-off and declining for a touch down , but usually only muffle air plane noise. This was announced by specialist Rob van der Hulst in the Dutch Metro newspaper on 15/4/2013.
One of the more expensive travel earplugs of well over a hundred euros, would completely seal off the ear canal and therefore, according to the manufacturer, insure pain free travel. “Nonsense,” says van der Hulst in an interview with daily newspaper Metro . “With the proper earplugs, you can slow down the pressure building up in the ear, but you can never take away altogether .”
Van der Hulst, specialising in aviation medicine, recommends to ask for earplugs with a pressure regulator. Without this regulator they won’t be any help. Earplugs for flying don’t need not be expensive.
If someone suffers from painful ears when flying, the doctor may insert tubes. When people suffer from a bad cold, it’s best not to fly. “The air pressure might cause a small rupture of the eardrum which, worst case scenario, can cause hearing loss,” emphasizes Van der Hulst.
Source: METRO Newspaper, The Netherlands
Pluggerz Travel are equipped with a air pressure regulator and are also available for kids.