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These invisible smart earplugs are a must for avid concert-goers
Protect your cool factor while you save your eardrums.
Not to sound like your mom, but in an age of thumping bass and heady jamming, you need to protect your listening down the line. That’s why smart earplugs exist, like EarDial: The Invisible Smart Earplugs for Live Music.
You wouldn’t ride a motorcycle without a helmet, so why would you listen to aggressively loud music without earplugs? Constant exposure to sound levels over 85dB (most concerts are over 100dB) can cause permanent hearing loss. So while they may not be cool or trendy, earplugs are 100% necessary.
EarDials are made of practically-invisible hypoallergenic silicone so you can protect your cool factor while you protect your eardrums. Their high-fidelity noise filter will actively block out any harmful noise, without sacrificing sound quality and the companion app will even tell you how long you can get your groove on safely. Basically, ringing ears will be a thing of your past.
Find solace in sound again: get these EarDial: The Invisible Smart Earplugs for Live Music for $21.99 from the Daily Dot store — reduced from the original price of $33. Even better: 5 percent of all profits go to charities that fight sound-induced hearing loss.
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