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Reddit mentions of Moldex Pura-Fit Tapered Foam Polyurethane Uncorded Earplug

Sentiment score: 4
Reddit mentions: 14

We found 14 Reddit mentions of Moldex Pura-Fit Tapered Foam Polyurethane Uncorded Earplug. Here are the top ones.

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Found 14 comments on Moldex Pura-Fit Tapered Foam Polyurethane Uncorded Earplug:

u/stonecats · 13 pointsr/BuyItForLife

try better ear plugs (there are hundreds of kinds) muffs won't do crap, especially if you are a side sleeper. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LC3FIAK
these are my fav; https://www.amazon.com//dp/B000BYAP7I
and i reuse the same pair for a few nights.

u/bilged · 5 pointsr/motorcycles

I use these and will never use anything else. Very comfortable, fit nicely inside the helmet, 33 decibel rated and cheap.

u/PDXTony · 3 pointsr/motorcycles

read a few of your posts here
foam earplugs work amazing. IF USED CORRECTLY!

you mentioned in another post that they pop out and that is impossible if they are used correctly. They should be rolled up and inserted in the ear canal. not just placed lightly in the ear or pushed in.

Also not all earplugs are the same. I used some my daughter has for drums and they sucked. Felt like my ear was under constant pressure. I purchased these

and they work great. no pain and cut down almost all low end noise. I can still hear the higher range via my sena though.

you can get custom earplugs as well. Talk to your Dr and get a specialist to help out. A lot depends on the range you want them designed for. I would check out online what OSHA suggests. It seems earmuffs work well and I am sure there lower profile ones as well. maybe those and earplugs?

u/Spikerazorshards · 3 pointsr/baltimore

That's terrible. Buy earplugs and a vibrating alarm clock from Amazon.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/motorcycles

> What brands make helmets that are quieter?... Wind noise isn't the problem

When people talk about helmets being quiet, they are talking about a reduction in wind noise.

These are what I use for ear plugs, I grab them from work, they have the best NRR you can buy.

u/Unsquanchable · 2 pointsr/insomnia

If small noises waking you up is a major part of the problem, let me C&P my reply to another post:

Two solutions would be (A) wear ear plugs, or (B) get a white noise source in your room.

You could even combine them. For instance, recently, there has been heavy construction in my building starting every day at 8 (jack-hammering, hammering, etc.) that reverberates through the whole structure. It's so noisy that even ear plugs don't block out the sound. However, I've discovered that if I wear in-ear ear buds and play low-frequency white noise (this track is good) at med volume, it totally drowns out the sounds of the construction. It sounds a bit like the whoosh/rumble you hear on an airplane, so I can still fall asleep to it.

If you prefer earplugs, my experience is that these Moldex ones block out the most sound, more than 3M, as they are longer and denser.

If you absolutely can't tolerate sleeping with anything in your ears, then you could also get a loud fan or other white noise source (or just play the noise over speakers with decent bass).

Hope that helps.

u/dog_hair_dinner · 1 pointr/ottawa

as an interim solution to help you sleep, ear plugs are great

I found these make me almost completely deaf.

u/LordPSIon · 1 pointr/motorcycles

I use these Moldex disposable ones. Picked them after doing some research a couple of years back.

Each pair comes individually packaged.

u/andero · 1 pointr/Nootropics

How do you know your sleep is bad? Insomnia? or tired the next day?

I like total darkness and silence for sleep, so I recommend a good-quality soft sleep mask (not some dollar-store shit). That mask comes with this type of ear-plugs, which are by far my fav (and I have tried probably a dozen types of ear-plugs at my old job).

If I need to sleep earlier to get up early I go for melatonin, first an hour or two before I want to sleep, then again as I am going to bed. When I wake up, first thing is 200mg of caffeine pills. I meditate daily also so by the time I am done meditating I can feel the caffeine. Then hot shower and I am awake enough to make the early day.

Otherwise, make getting enough sleep a priority. Sleep when you feel tired and wake up when you feel rested (with no alarm if at all possible, though this is often not possible for a lot of jobs).

u/sludgefrog · 1 pointr/Concussion

Thanks. Have you considered earplugs as well? I tried a bunch and this was the best for sleeping:

Pretty good comfort, but great for blocking noise if applied properly.

I also tried a bunch of sleep masks out. From a comfort and coverage perspective, this one was best:


I also bought a dog whistle to silence the neighbor's dog.

u/nrcoyote · 1 pointr/Shotguns

>I tried several of the reusable Surefire earplugs, and they were crap

Came here to say this. They sound like a good idea... and they aren't.

My gang usually just buys basic ear plugs from a construction equipment store. Smth like this: https://www.constructiongear.com/holemaeaboxo.html or https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000BYAP7I/?tag=ybduk-21 - 30 bucks for a box of 100/200, and they work well enough against a 12ga outdoor (would probably be kinda meh for indoor use of a short-barrel .223 with a muzzle comp.

u/AlphaMelciados · 1 pointr/insomnia

My tips on earplugs.

If silence and isolation from the loud world around you is your thing, Moldex Pura-Fit is your ear plug. They are not the largest nor the densest plugs out of the foam plugs. I found them to block the most sound.

Product | Price | Type | Comfort | Noise Blocking | DB blocking |
Moldex 6800 | Cheap | Memory foam | 3/5 | 5/5 | 27 DB|
Macks-Silicone-Putty | Cheap | Putty | 5/5 | 3/5 | 32 DB|
Hearos Xtreme | Cheap | Memory Foam | 3/5 | 4/5 | 33 DB
DuraPlugs | Cheap | Memory Foam | 2.5/5 | 3.5/5 | 32 DB |
Mack's ultrasoft foam | Cheap | Memory Foam | 4/5 | 3/5 | 32 DB |
Howard Leight | Cheap | Memory Foam | 2/5 | 4/5 | 32 DB|
Etymotic Research, ETY Plugs | Medium | Flanges | 3/5 | 4/5 | 19 DB |
Crioxen Earplugs | Medium | Flanges | 4/5 | 5/5 | 21DB|
Eargasm Earplugs | High | Flanges | 3/5 | 3/5 | 22DB |
Surefire Defenders | Medium | Flanges | 3/5 | 5/5 | 20 DB |



u/gamerplays · 1 pointr/motorcycles


200 packs for 25 bucks or so.

I have tinnitus so if i even look at my bike without them my ears will ring for an hour.