Are you protecting your ears above the 80dB?


At Custom Fit Guards we manufacture custom fit hearing protection and custom ear plugs for sports shooting, industry and motor sports. We offer individual custom fitted products that protect people who are exposed to high levels of noise on a regular basis.


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Are you protecting your ears above the 80dB?

August 16, 2017


Protecting your ears from loud sounds above 80dB is vitally important, as anything above this figure can cause long term damage to your hearing. Signs of hearing damage includes:


  • Softening of sound


  • Difficulty in listening to conversation


  • Difficulty determining from which direction a sound is coming


  • Suffering from Tinnitus


Wearing hearing protection is therefore especially important for those who shoot, involved in motor-sports and work in industry. This is because:


  • A gunshot noise creates an approximate sound of 120 dB


  • A busy factory creates an approximate 80dB


  • A car horn creates an approximate sound of 110dB


Which these figures are significantly above the 80dB danger level.



How can I protect my ears?


Ear plugs can act as a fantastic hearing protection to those exposed to high levels of noise on a regular basis. Especially when they’re custom made, as they offer a valuable extra layer of safety. This is because they’re often created using the latest noise filtering, manufactured using unique processes such as soft medical grade silicone, and provide a huge amount of comfortability. This is true with our products ranging from passive to digital.


Why wait till it’s too late, discover our various colours Custom Fit Hearing Protection today!

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