Etymotic High Fidelity Earplugs, ER20XS Universal Fit Hearing Protection

ER-20XS Universal Fit High-Fidelity Earplugs feature a stem-less design, with a low profile that conforms to the plane of the outer ear. This makes them particularly comfortable to wear under hats and other headgear. A small, flexible pull tab allows for easy removal.

Product Features

  • Includes: 1 pair of high-fidelity earplugs with standard fit 3-flange eartips and removal tabs attached; 1 pair of large fit 3-flange eartips; 1 pair foam eartips; neck cord; carrying case.
  • Eartips are interchangeable and replaceable, making them the most cost-effective high-fidelity earplug.
  • New, low-profile design fits snugly in the ear without protruding; comfortable to wear under hats, helmets and other headgear. Reduces the potential for hearing damage from machinery, vehicles, tools, sporting events, concerts.
  • Sound quality is so good, they’re used by professional and amateur musicians. Hear the difference true high-fidelity makes. Reduces sound levels evenly so speech and environmental sounds are clear and natural.
  • Not recommended for use with impulse noise, e.g., shooting sports. Not recommended for sleeping

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