Keep Your Ears Safe in the Water with These Swimming Ear Plugs
We’ve all been in the pool and experienced the annoying sensation of getting water stuck inside our ear. If having to jam your finger in it and dip your head to one side trying to get it out isn’t enough, having water lodged in your ear for an extended period can also cause ear infections and even hearing damage.
Therefore, Alpine have designed the SwimSafe swimming ear plugs, perfect for swimmers. Completely waterproof, these are the best earplugs for swimming with an ergonomic design that keeps your ears comfortable whilst in the water. They are available on our online store and can be delivered Australia-wide.
Keeping water out, letting sound in
The SwimSafe model contains AlpineAcousticFilters, which allow ambient sounds and conversations to be heard whilst keeping the water out of your ears. The filters ensure that the plugs allow as much audio in as possible, without the dangers of ear infections. These plugs are not suitable for deep swimming and should preferably not be used at a water of depth of more than one metre.
Thermoplastic material for enhanced comfort
Alpine have designed their own AlpineThermoShape material for their swimming plugs that create ultra-comfort for the wearer. Thermoplastic materials are used to create a mould that can be shifted and shaped to fit perfectly into the auditory duct. They are ergonomic and don’t put any added pressure on the ears.
Stylish carry box
The Alpine SwimSafe ear plugs come with a stylish and easy-to-use container called the Alpine Miniboxx. They come with a ring clip that makes it easy to attach to your swimming bag, around your waist for when you are swimming, or even to your wetsuit for when you’re surfing.
Check out our other range of products including the PartyPlug and MusicSafe Classic.
- Two universal thermoplastic hearing protectors
- Two acoustic filters
- Alpine Miniboxx
- Plastic carrying case
- Alpine insertion sleeve
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