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7 Reviews for Loop Quiet Ear Plugs

  1. Catherine

    I am a extremely light sleeper and suffer from hyperacusis (sound sensitivity) and ‘early waking’ insomnia, especially when stressed. I wake at the slightest sound which is a problem as I live in a city on a street with about five hundred barking terriers. I have tried every ear plug on the market but I hate wearing them to sleep as they usually end up hurting my ears or falling out. Recently though I was getting really sleep deprived: even when I did sleep, it wasn’t deep and restful and I was waking at anything and getting more and more exhausted. So I decided to try these.I have quite small ear canals and the only foam ear plugs that worked for me were the Macks Slim Fit but I was aware of them and I hated the fact that they were really hard to remove quickly once in place and were also destined for landfill after just a week’s use.Other silicone earplugs with the “Christmas tree” layers and the hard core filter are impossible – they block sound very well but hurt to sleep on your side as they stick out too much.I’ve been trying Loop Quiet for about a month and have just ordered my second pair. They are definitely, in my opinion, the best out there for a balance of sound blocking effectiveness and comfort. I particularly love the fact they can be removed instantly. It means that I’m not deafly digging my nails in my ears to claw out foam plugs if there is an emergency.The other thing I liked is that all the packaging was recyclable. It was let down however by the carry case which is black (and therefore unrecyclable) plastic. Loop people, sort this out!Here’s some advice on use:1) They should block sound considerably and obviously. If they don’t then a) you have the wrong size ear tips – either too big or too small will prevent a good seal in the ear canal so experiment with the different sizes or b) you haven’t inserted them far enough. They whole ear tip should be right inside your ear.2) you need to practice until you work out which direction your ear canal goes and can get the loop part flat inside your ear like the pictures. The instructions aren’t great on this but if the loop is sticking out when you go to sleep it increases the chance they’ll be pulled out by friction with your pillow. I squeeze them to compress the right angle and, keeping the loop vertical, put them in my ears that way.3) Don’t buy the same colour as your bed sheets! I’ve just lost one…it’ll turn up, I hope.4) If you get a good sound reduction but can hear your own heart beat then you have ear wax build up and need either ear drops or micro-suction to sort it out.I hope this helps

  2. AA

    After a lot of research I decided to buy these to see if they would help with daily sounds and noises that annoy me.Pros:• Once you get them in the right position in your ears, you can’t feel them and they don’t hurt.• The actual design of the loop that sits outside in your ear means I personally didn’t obsess about not being able to get them out easily/getting stuck etc.• They’re fairly subtle in your ears in comparison to other in-ear ear plugs or large noise cancelling headphones• Definitely work to smother background noises, it doesn’t get rid of them completely , I could still hear traffic or a child shouting and screaming etc outside but it wasn’t as harsh and annoyed me a lot less• Comes with a little case you can put them in when you need to take them outCons:• They’re not the cheapest out there• If they’re not in your ear properly, they can be annoying and uncomfortable• I personally can’t eat with them in• They cancel noise almost too well at short range so I had to take them out to be able to concentrate on a conversation properly. I could still hear what was being said, but trying to focus on the one voice you’re trying to listen to while everything else is so muffled is difficultOverall for just sitting in the house watching tv etc on my own, I really like them and they work for me. If I’m trying to have a conversation with someone, I can’t hear the volume of my own voice and struggle to hold the conversation with them in. I plan on buying the Loop Experience ear plugs to see if they make having conversations easier but still muffle enough background noise.This is my opinion as someone on the Autism spectrum using them for sensory issues and I’m writing this to try and help those like me that came looking for the same thing but couldn’t find much useful information for specifically Autism use.

  3. Kloe Gagnon

    Can’t believe these are advertised for sleeping!!! These things got stuck in my ear after night 1, my husband had to pull out the earplug with a tweezer, took forever to pull it out. Absolutely horrible experience – this should NOT be advertised for sleeping. It’s hazardous, and honestly misleading. I’m really not happy with these. BUYERS BEWARE.

  4. Jessie

    I got these to drown out the rattling furnace vent in our room and my snoring boyfriend. It works great for the vent, and about the same as any other earplugs for the snoring.I was using malleable wax ear plugs before I got these – the wax earplugs were more comfortable but would only last for a few hours before getting sweaty and popping out of my ears. These earplugs stay put all night.These earplugs are not as soft as I would like, they still make my ears a little sore if I don’t get them seated just right.I have small ears but I ended up using the biggest tips because none of the other tips fit.Overall I’m happy with this purchase. The only thing that would make these earplugs better would be softer material.

  5. Dan

    I got this because I work night shift and have to deal with dogs in the house barking all day. I was hoping for something to block out sound, which this doesn’t do. I can still hear the dogs barking. However, I’ve still gotten a ton of benefit out of these. They have a general dampening effect so that noises are less ‘sharp’ but I can still hear everything going on around me. I’ve found myself wearing them constantly even during the day. It helps me to destress.I do also use them to sleep, and I think they help a bit because noises aren’t as jarring. Most nights they stay in, occasionally they fall out while I sleep. They’re very comfortable and I totally forget I have them in most of the time. I can sleep with my head sideways no problem.Basically they do not block sound but they are good for reducing and softening sound, and they’re very comfortable and fit very well.

  6. MMJS

    I took these to use at night while camping in Patagonia, Chile. For all of the backpackers out there, I now consider this part of my ‘sleep system’. These little bad boys are legit, they made 80 mph winds and rain sound like 10 mph wind and drizzle. I popped these into my ears each night after crawling into my sleeping bag and I’d wake up the next morning well rested and ready for another day on the trail. I let my partner wear them one night (I was persuaded with the promise of extra cookies at our next stop) and he ordered a pair as soon as we hit an area with wifi! I slept in these multiple nights in a row and found them to be very comfortable being a side sleeper. I wear them all the time now, air plane, sleeping at home, at work when I want everyone to the STFU for two seconds, the list goes on. Buy them, they are worth the cost for the peace of reduced sound.

  7. Catherine

    I am a extremely light sleeper and suffer from hyperacusis (sound sensitivity) and ‘early waking’ insomnia, especially when stressed. I wake at the slightest sound which is a problem as I live in a city on a street with about five hundred barking terriers. I have tried every ear plug on the market but I hate wearing them to sleep as they usually end up hurting my ears or falling out. Recently though I was getting really sleep deprived: even when I did sleep, it wasn’t deep and restful and I was waking at anything and getting more and more exhausted. So I decided to try these.I have quite small ear canals and the only foam ear plugs that worked for me were the Macks Slim Fit but I was aware of them and I hated the fact that they were really hard to remove quickly once in place and were also destined for landfill after just a week’s use.Other silicone earplugs with the “Christmas tree” layers and the hard core filter are impossible – they block sound very well but hurt to sleep on your side as they stick out too much.I’ve been trying Loop Quiet for about a month and have just ordered my second pair. They are definitely, in my opinion, the best out there for a balance of sound blocking effectiveness and comfort. I particularly love the fact they can be removed instantly. It means that I’m not deafly digging my nails in my ears to claw out foam plugs if there is an emergency.The other thing I liked is that all the packaging was recyclable. It was let down however by the carry case which is black (and therefore unrecyclable) plastic. Loop people, sort this out!Here’s some advice on use:1) They should block sound considerably and obviously. If they don’t then a) you have the wrong size ear tips – either too big or too small will prevent a good seal in the ear canal so experiment with the different sizes or b) you haven’t inserted them far enough. They whole ear tip should be right inside your ear.2) you need to practice until you work out which direction your ear canal goes and can get the loop part flat inside your ear like the pictures. The instructions aren’t great on this but if the loop is sticking out when you go to sleep it increases the chance they’ll be pulled out by friction with your pillow. I squeeze them to compress the right angle and, keeping the loop vertical, put them in my ears that way.3) Don’t buy the same colour as your bed sheets! I’ve just lost one…it’ll turn up, I hope.4) If you get a good sound reduction but can hear your own heart beat then you have ear wax build up and need either ear drops or micro-suction to sort it out.I hope this helps

  8. Lenora B.

    I’ve never been able to sleep with any kinda of ear plugs in. Despite my best efforts. I’m an extremely light sleeper. So I kept seeing these on Amazon and thought what the hell. They are compact, soft, flexible and the price isn’t terrible. Plus it come with extra ear covers for different sized ears and a carrying case. I’ve worn them every night for about 3 weeks and they help me to sleep through various noses like my cats meowing, my husband going to bed late or waking up early, his alarm going off, the lawn workers weed eating right outside my window, or the loud trash truck coming by. Now they are not full noise cancelling, like I thought they’d be. But close enough that I can sleep through the night. Also they usually stay in both ears through the whole night and I toss and turn a lot. So that’s an added bonus. Figuring out how to properly put them is can be tricky. But once you get it, you’ll know, and be very satisfied. I’d give them a solid 8/10 rating.

  9. Garett Mueller

    So they don’t block out everything and comfort is subjective but here’s my take on why they’re great.If you’re looking for earplugs that block out EVERYTHING foam is probably your best bet. The problem is I hate foam earplugs. They’re majorly uncomfortable. The Loops, in my opinion, are significantly better in that regard.I woke up after the first night and was unimpressed by the comfort but the ear tips I were using were too small even though they felt right initially. I swapped to the large pair and immediately had a better seal without having to stick them so deep. The 2nd night with them was dramatically better. It helps a lot if you swab your ears prior to use as well.Which brings me to their ability to block sound. They‘re… fine. But that might be what you’re looking for. If you want these to block out the noise of your partner watching Survivor in bed it’s not gonna happen. What they are great for is blocking out the noise of your neighbors watching Survivor in THEIR bed on the other side of the wall. And they won’t block out your phone’s alarm so you can actually wake up and go to work in the morning.I put the Loop Mutes in mine that I got from my Experience Plus set and it seems (?) to mute them just a little more as well. I don’t know anything about sound engineering and how the mutes would affect the silicone Quiet pair vs. the metal Experience pair. It could be a complete placebo to be honest, but it does seem to make a small difference to me.I like to block out sound when I sleep, but not too much. There’s a good balance with these so don’t buy them expecting them to sound like a sensory deprivation chamber. They’re also much more comfortable than foam plugs and you can easily wash them.

  10. Fabio Russo

    I have been looking for really good pairs of ear plugs for two reasons -1 – Sleeping2 – Quieting the world!- I struggle with overstimulation and get easily overwhelmed as have a High Sensitivity Syndrome (yes it’s odd but it is a trait not a disorder!) so noises can be a real trigger which means I needed something that can allow me to still hear things but have noise cancelling of what is outside of my immediate and direct focus at times of concentration or when I feel overwhelmed.I also currently suffer from insomnia and really struggle to sleep because of severe pain as I wait on surgery for my lower digestive system AND my husband has Crohns in his oesophagus and suffers from sleep apnoea (yes, what a mighty pair we are!!) In turn his health problems have brought on horrendous snoring on his part and has grown increasingly noisier that it practically vibrates the bed – I swear he didn’t snore when I met him 2 years ago! – So I actually am resenting how well he sleeps and gets to sleep in seconds as I lay awake and frustrated from not sleeping from either A) Pain B) Overwhelmed and frantic mind C) His deafening snores…. mostly C right now but we are newly weds and I don’t have the heart to give him the boot to the sofa … yet!So, I’ve tried all sorts of ear plugs alongside sleeping medications, from simple hard and soft foam ones in various shapes and sizes that supposedly suit all (which they don’t) to waxes which I can momentarily panic in my tiredness that they’ll never come out as they crumble trying to remove or get caught in my piercing so not going that route again! so then I moved onto the flexible rubber sized rings similar to headphones which were fairly good for a while but they stuck out of my ears, so being a side sleeper, and with having a Daithe piercing for previous migraine suffering (oh yes previously ….as daithe has 100% cured them!) so I can end up with sore and tender ears and have found myself waking up holding them having taken them out in the night unconsciously and my ears hurting and still a snoring husband….who is snoring away loudly right now in bed as I type this in the living room it almost echoes down the stairs!!So I bought both the quiet and extra loops to try them both and use for sleep and awake time for matters mentioned above – I admit I was sceptical they’ll be any better as so many products up themselves or bribe people for top reviews so I thought better to expect worse and not feel yet more disappointment… but they’re absolutely phenomenal at blocking out noises I am genuinely impressed!They sit so comfortably in my ears I don’t feel them at all really and have no ache whatsoever when I wake up and they’re still in my ears – yay! They fit so well around my piercing and keep the seal where some harder ones have broken the seal because of the piercing. They can be a bit of a pain to replace the ear pieces and get new ones on as I needed to go down a size with my tiny ear holes (which go with my tiny head!) so was quite fiddly forcing it on the tip and good luck doing the whole ‘getting them inside out to attach’ bit – perhaps I just don’t have the fine motor skills or dexterity!! – but other than that, they’re very comfortable, they drown out most of my other half’s snoring – not all as he is SO LOUD that my kids hear him in the conservatory when eating breakfast!! Yet – I could hear him talking clearly enough sat next to me with them in and he speaks very quietly (ironic I know, I wonder how a man such as he is capable of snoring so loud!) so frequency wise they’re pretty amazing – they even dull my noisy kids running riot pretending to be youtubers or floor is lava at 5am in the morning and more but I still hear the BibleProject podcast go off for our mourning routine on alexa! Now I almost don’t want to take them out to face a noisy reality again so definitely sticking with these from now on – with a lifetime warranty and knowing they work – why wouldn’t I?Signed off from a very happy and at peace with the world once again (for a little while at least…) wife!

  11. Garett Mueller

    So they don’t block out everything and comfort is subjective but here’s my take on why they’re great.If you’re looking for earplugs that block out EVERYTHING foam is probably your best bet. The problem is I hate foam earplugs. They’re majorly uncomfortable. The Loops, in my opinion, are significantly better in that regard.I woke up after the first night and was unimpressed by the comfort but the ear tips I were using were too small even though they felt right initially. I swapped to the large pair and immediately had a better seal without having to stick them so deep. The 2nd night with them was dramatically better. It helps a lot if you swab your ears prior to use as well.Which brings me to their ability to block sound. They‘re… fine. But that might be what you’re looking for. If you want these to block out the noise of your partner watching Survivor in bed it’s not gonna happen. What they are great for is blocking out the noise of your neighbors watching Survivor in THEIR bed on the other side of the wall. And they won’t block out your phone’s alarm so you can actually wake up and go to work in the morning.I put the Loop Mutes in mine that I got from my Experience Plus set and it seems (?) to mute them just a little more as well. I don’t know anything about sound engineering and how the mutes would affect the silicone Quiet pair vs. the metal Experience pair. It could be a complete placebo to be honest, but it does seem to make a small difference to me.I like to block out sound when I sleep, but not too much. There’s a good balance with these so don’t buy them expecting them to sound like a sensory deprivation chamber. They’re also much more comfortable than foam plugs and you can easily wash them.

  12. Dan

    I got this because I work night shift and have to deal with dogs in the house barking all day. I was hoping for something to block out sound, which this doesn’t do. I can still hear the dogs barking. However, I’ve still gotten a ton of benefit out of these. They have a general dampening effect so that noises are less ‘sharp’ but I can still hear everything going on around me. I’ve found myself wearing them constantly even during the day. It helps me to destress.I do also use them to sleep, and I think they help a bit because noises aren’t as jarring. Most nights they stay in, occasionally they fall out while I sleep. They’re very comfortable and I totally forget I have them in most of the time. I can sleep with my head sideways no problem.Basically they do not block sound but they are good for reducing and softening sound, and they’re very comfortable and fit very well.

  13. Stephanie

    I considered buying these ear plugs for quite a long time. I’m glad they come with all the sizes because I needed the xs and would have had no idea that I would need that small of a size. I immediately put them on and clicked the little case closed that they came with, and unfortunately I clearly heard the click. As I type this I can clearly hear my adorable children argue over the rules of their made up game. I did test laying on my side and the ear plug is practically unnoticeable. Hopefully it will block the sound of my loving husbands annoying fan at night and perhaps muffle the sounds of his slumbering snores.

  14. Stephanie B.

    These earbuds were in my cart for several weeks as I weighed in on if they actually worked. My therapist highly recommended the earbuds one day during one of our sessions. I made the purchase the same day and they did not disappoint.My Why For Purchasing These Earbuds – Getting a Full nights Sleep1) The neighbor above us works several jobs and is up all night and morning walking back and forth. The building is old and the floors creak really bad so these earbuds were super helpful.2) Snoring – My partner occasionally snores.The earbuds muffled the creaking floors above while we slept and also muffled the occasional snores from my significant other. Please note that they did not block out all sound, however, they did dull the sound enough that I could actually sleep through the neighbor walking around upstairs.Design and UseThe design of the earbuds is sleek and easy to use.PackagingThe packaging is cheap and could use a revamp. Whomever did the product marketing for this products packaging should reassess. Consider doing a research study documenting the customer journey from when they buy the product to when they open the product. For me I was excited when I first bought them, but when I opened the amazon box and saw this flimsy cardstock container and then saw that the earbuds are these filmsy looking things my excitement level went down. You are charging customers $25, the packaging should NOT look like it has come from a gumball machine. Your video promos make this product feel a bit more upscale and then to deliver these in a cardstock box with a janky plastic holding case?? Ummmm no people…just NO! These earbuds need to be in something like apple packaging (although wastefull), they will elevate the brand in my opinion.

  15. Kira

    I used these for day to day situations where I know my environment will be very noisy, knowing fully they were meant for sleep. They significantly reduced my stress and aided my focus when I needed that quiet. I did try sleeping with them as well, out of curiosity, and they did not fall out or get lost in my bedding (which says a lot because I roll around a lot in my sleep). They don’t completely remove sounds, but they significantly muffle loud noises making them less irritating. Unfortunately, these are SUPER easy to lose track of. If you do purchase these, keep them in the case at all times when you’re not using them, and keep the case somewhere that you wont lose track of it. I think I lost mine about a month after purchasing them. Still a good product though.

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Loop Quiet Ear Plugs

Loop Quiet earplugs provide comfortable, reusable noise reduction for sleep and work.

Highlights
Loop Quiet Ear Plugs. Reduces noise. Optimal comfort. Multi-purpose. Easy to use.
Pros

- Comfortable fit
- Effective noise reduction

Cons
- Limited color options

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$24.95

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// DESCRIPTION

Loop Quiet Ear Plugs for Noise Reduction – Super Soft, Reusable Hearing Protection in Flexible Silicone for Sleep, Noise Sensitivity & Flights – 8 Ear Tips in XS/S/M/L – 27dB Noise Cancelling – Mint

For those who need to block out unwanted noise, Loop Quiet earplugs are a must-have. Made from soft silicone, these earplugs are incredibly comfortable to wear for extended periods. They are also reusable and durable, making them an eco-friendly alternative to disposable earplugs. With a noise reduction rating (SNR) of 27 decibels and NRR of 14, these earplugs are perfect for reducing most noise, helping you focus on your tasks, whether you’re sleeping or working in a noisy environment.

The Loop Quiet earplugs come in four different sizes, providing optimal comfort and a perfect fit. You can choose the size that works best for you, ensuring that you get the most out of your earplugs. The earplugs are versatile and can be used in many situations to protect from loud or background noise, even while sleeping or commuting. They are easy to insert, and they don’t stick out of your ears when worn correctly.

Loop Quiet earplugs come with a set of earplugs, four sizes of soft silicone ear tips, and a handy carry case, making them a sustainable alternative to disposable plugs. The carry case is perfect for keeping your earplugs safe and clean when not in use, and it’s small enough to fit in your pocket or bag.

Features:

  • Soft silicone material
  • Reusable and durable
  • Noise reduction rating (SNR) of 27 decibels and NRR of 14
  • Four different sizes for a perfect fit
  • Versatile and can be used in many situations
  • Easy to insert and comfortable to wear
  • Handy carry case included
  • In conclusion, Loop Quiet earplugs are an excellent investment for anyone who needs to block out unwanted noise. The soft silicone material, multiple sizes, and carry case make them the perfect choice for anyone who wants a comfortable, reusable, and eco-friendly solution to noise reduction. Whether you’re trying to sleep, work, or commute in a noisy environment, Loop Quiet earplugs have got you covered.

    // MEDIA GALLERY

    // FEATURES

  • NOISE REDUCTION - reduces most noise, SNR of 27 decibels, NRR of 14, 6 colors
  • OPTIMAL COMFORT - 4 sizes, iconic round shape, fashionable
  • MULTI-PURPOSE - versatile, for sleeping, studying, working, commuting and traveling
  • EASY TO USE - easy to insert, 4 sizes (XS-L), reusable and washable
  • IN THE BOX - 1 set of earplugs, 4 sizes ear tips, 1 carry case, eco-friendly packaging
  • // Q & A

    Will it block out the sound of a cat or dog licking itself?

    Absolutely. They have been wonderful. I live with major sound sensitivities. I no longer deal with the sounds of the dog playing/licking or kids arguing. I can’t hear the dog, the kids I’m able to hear but at a much much lower volume. Not triggering at all anymore.

    Do these block out the noise of coworkers clicking their pens?

    They can block out the sound of my father watching the same episode of Blue Bloods for the ten millionth time at top volume. You're going to wonder if your coworkers stopped using pens altogether once you pop these in.

    I am looking for the maximum amount of sound blocking - is this these? (not going for earbuds that play noise-cancelling sounds, yet).

    These are 27dB (decibel) noise cancelling, that means it reduces the environmental sound by 27dB. So here are some dB comparisons Gunshot/firecracker 140dB, Jet Engine 130dB, Rock Concert 110dB, Lawnmower 90dB, Blender/Vacuum Cleaner 80 dB, Normal Conversation 60dB, Quiet Library 30 dB. In order to cancel out my hard of hearing father’s pandora, had to pair these with 37dB earmuffs and I still could hear it but at least it was very muffled. Using both was uncomfortable and felt like my ears had under gone a severe pressure drop. Hope this info helps. Wishing you the best of luck.

    Is the loop a soft silicone or hard? I sleep on my side ans git something similar but the loop is hard and hurts whil sleeping

    A: I am a side sleeper and they kill. I had pain like an ear infection after wearing these torture devices on my third night. Went back to foam plugs until I can find something better. There are hard plastic, thin layer of silicon and not worth the money.

    How do you clean these? I sleep with them nightly, but am now on a 2nd bacterial ear infection (after a month on a new pair).

    I just removed the silicone ear tips that go in my ear & clean everything with an alcohol swap and put some rubbing alcohol on a q-tip to clean inside the hole on the silicone piece and where they connect. Hope this helps.


    // SPECS

    Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
    Product Dimensions3.03 x 3.03 x 0.73 inches, 0.71 Ounces
    Item model numberloop-quiet1-green
    Date First Available2020, November 2
    ManufacturerLoop
    Model #: loop-quiet1-green
    Discontinued: No
    Loop Quiet Ear Plugs
    released on November 2, 2020

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