3M E-A-R Classic Foam Earplugs - 200 Pair/Box 310-1001

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EåáAåáR Classic Foam Earplug are from 3M and provide excellent protection and comfort. These uncorded plugs come in PillowPac so they are easy to carry in a pocket or in the glove box of a truck. Keep them clean. Keep them close. Key Features:

  • The original yellow ear plug
  • Easy to recognize pillow pack provides convenient storage case
  • Pillow pack is pulpable, recyclable, and biodegradable
  • NRR-29

Packaged and sold in a box of 200 pairs. Part Number: 310-1001

Additional Details:

2.80 LBS
10.00 (in)
8.00 (in)
13.50 (in)
Calculated at Checkout

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Good earplugs & value

    Posted by Michele on Jun 12th 2015

    These are good earplugs. I actually prefer them in the 5-pr packages rather than individual pairs for convenience and to limit packaging, but this was the best value. My husband is 50% deaf in both ears and so uses these whenever around noisy outdoor or farming equipment to avoid further hearing loss. I have used them when grown children go to bed later than I and aren't as quiet as possible. They are comfortable and actually work.

  • 5
    Best earplugs made!

    Posted by Moises on Nov 9th 2012

    Best earplugs made! These earplugs fit comfortably in the ears and do not cause pain after long periods of wearing them. I use these when I fly, they block out the jet noise really well, definitely better than the cheap earlpugs they hand to passengers. Also great for a silent ride on commuter trains or subways. I also use these to create a silent space when in public, if I need instant quiet, this is the best way achieve it. Great for people who like to study at coffeeshops, student unions, and other places where noise levels can vary from silent to rowdy. I also strongly recommend this for people who are easily distracted by ambient noise during exams or quizzes. I have a focusing problem, these definitely help in blocking out the sounds of other students' paper shuffling, chair shifting, etc, during exams.