Remember that concert you went to last week? The House of Blues was filling up with eager fans, music was playing loudly over the speakers, those little paper wristbands on everyone’s (right) wrist.
Finally, the opener came on and boy, it was scary. For an indie concert, this band was heavy rock and their amps were turned up way too loud.
Don’t you wish you brought your earplugs? While you may think that earplugs completely change sound quality, they don’t. And besides being safe, you’ll experience less tinnitus (or the ringing in your ears) after the show. An interesting fact, the maximum amount of time to spend around sounds more than 100 dB? 15 minutes. How long was the opener’s set? 45 minutes.
Enter EarDial’s newest release, the invisible earplugs.
The British company is launching a kickstarter today, which crowd funds some of the best earplugs there are in the market. Rather than those cheap foamy earplugs, these are compatible with your iPhone (or Android) and they are almost entirely invisible. (Don’t worry, your selfies for the night won’t be impacted.)
Now, we know what you’re thinking – “Reusing a pair of earplugs is gross,” or they get earwax. Wrong. EarDial have a special coating which keeps them safe from getting all gross and waxy.
So next time, instead of risking your hearing to that horrible opener, head to EarDial’s kickstarter and get yourself a nice pair of invisible earplugs.
More details about EarDial can be found here.
Information on EarDial’s kickstarter can be found here.