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New Firm Fit earplugs from Honeywell

Howard Leight Firm Fit earplugs

Latest Howard Leight earplugs offer softer, more comfortable fit and greater hearing protection

HONEYWELL Safety Products have launched their new Howard Leight Firm Fit earplugs featuring a softer, more comfortable fit and enhanced noise protection compared with other cylinder-shaped earplugs.

Based on customer feedback, Howard Leight Firm Fit earplugs have been engineered to enhance the wearing experience for individuals who prefer a firmer fit in order to ‘feel’ their earplugs in their ears, and who are accustomed to the familiar cylindrical or barrel-shaped earplugs.

‘The new Howard Leight Firm Fit earplugs are extremely comfortable, provide more effective hearing protection and exert less pressure in your ear canal than any other cylindrical earplugs,’ said Franz-Josef Nuelle, regional product general manager for Honeywell Safety Products.

‘The bottom line is that the more comfortable the earplug is, the longer workers will wear it, which means better protection for employees and greater compliance for safety managers.’

Independent laboratory tests have shown that, compared with other foam earplugs, Firm Fit earplugs offer better noise protection, with an attenuation of SNR 37dB for the category, and are 40% softer than most other cylinder-shaped earplugs currently available.

In addition, Honeywell say Firm Fit earplugs are: easy to roll down and insert for a proper fit; bright orange in colour for high-visibility identification; and available in corded and uncorded versions.

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