EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS
EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS

EGGZ MOTORBIKE EARPLUGS

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Earplugs specifically for motorbikes, motto, racing 

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We supply medium and large in the pack however if you find the size doesn't fit correctly after you have received your set, get in touch and we will send out a small or XL

Receive within 3-5 working days, all orders shipped via Royal Mail. If you would like to receive your set of EGGZ quicker you will have an option at checkout to pay an extra £2 for Royal Mail first class

Let us know what you think of your items. If you are not satisfied your purchase can be returned after 30 days. All of our products come with a 30 day free return

Benefits

Designed to fit into the ear and without catching the helmet liner

EGGZ Motorbike ear plugs are a discrete reusable, universal fit ear plug for helmet-generated noise, reducing sounds unto 24dB to safe levels yet still allowing speech to be heard from intercom speakers

EGGZ Motorbike reduces wind noise by a CE certified 24dB (Europe) and ANSI certified 16dB (North America), bringing external sounds down to safe levels.

Allowing you to concentrate on the road protected and still being able to communicate and hear the surroundings

Benefits

Great for use at motor sport events such as NASCAR,F1, rallying, motorcycling, jet and F1

Noise levels in a motorcycle helmet at 100kmh are typically 95-105dB. This is far above the widely accepted safe noise exposure level of 85dB, meaning you have between 15 minutes and 2 hours of riding before you risk tinnitus or other noise induced hearing loss symptoms

Why Protect Your Ears?

The number of people living with tinnitus in the UK is set to rise by more than half a million by 2028Approximately six million people in the UK at present have developed tinnitus – Ten percent of the UK's population. "British Tinnitus Association"