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Alpine Hearing Protection MusicSafe Classic Earplugs

Alpine Hearing Protection MusicSafe Classic Earplugs

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Excellent noise protection and easy to mold, fit is snug, good looking & worth every penny!! These are the best ever. EarmoldSydney provides top protection with the best comfort I have ever had. Colors are cool and I use different colors for different workplaces. Check out more customised ear plugs for sleeping, swimming, motorcycle earplugs, musicians earplugs here, http://www.earmoldsydney.com.au/
For those of you still waiting on your earplugs, your order will be fulfilled on Monday!
It's been more than five weeks now but I haven't even got a shipping notice yet. Very disappointing.
Just received my Music Safe Pro earplugs, everything is all good and I have actually used them before and I can swear by them. However I was a bit disappointing that the case was a bit scuffed
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We have some news to share with everyone regarding this Alpine drop. Around 90% of this drop has been fulfilled by our vendor. They received the bulk shipment earlier, but upon receipt, they realized that they were significantly short-shipped the Pro Silvers. If you haven't received a shipment confirmation email, that means you are effected by this shortage.
Both Massdrop and our vendor have been looking into alternative sources to procure enough inventory to support the outstanding orders. We haven't found an ideal source yet, but will continue to do so. The lead time they are getting from the original supplier is 3 weeks, but we obviously are trying to beat that.
Regardless, if you prefer to not wait on your earplugs, please reach out to our support team, and they will cancel your order for a full refund.
Just got my shipping notice
Another brief update for the group. Our vendor checked in with us today and told us that they still haven't received the earplugs yet. Despite our vendor's repeated attempts at inquiring for tracking information, the supplier has been uncooperative in that regard.
For this drop, we don't have the visibility that we are accustomed to in our other drops, so we can only go on what the supplier tells us. The vendor will continue to push the supplier for more concrete info, and we will relay that the moment it comes. Please know that our goal is to have tracking across all drops to ensure that we can consistently provide our communities with timely and meaningful updates.
Expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 9/4 or sooner if something comes up.
Checking back in with a quick update. We just got off the phone with the vendor, and they informed us that the arrival of their shipment has been delayed. They were expecting their supplier to ship everything out to them on Monday, but this has been pushed back out to next Monday. Transit time will take 2-3 days, so inventory should become available towards the middle of next week.
Our vendor understands the urgency of this drop and will do their best to turn around your individual orders the same day the shipment arrives. Unfortunately, when this drop is fulfilled, it will be past the estimated ship date. If you prefer to not wait on your earplugs, please reach out to our support team, and they will issue you a full refund.
Expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 9/2 or sooner if something comes up.
https://www.massdrop.com/support
ArthurM
It's a bummer that this seems to happen so often with orders, but at least this situation is being handled correctly.
ArthurM
I've taken part in two Massdrop's so far. The first one was canceled and now this one is delayed. This makes me hesistant to try another drop.
We have some great news to share with everyone regarding this Alpine drop. Our vendor just reached out to inform us that they should be receiving the bulk order any day now. After hearing this news, we sent them all the necessary shipping labels so that they will be able to prepare all your individual orders for shipment the moment everything arrives. Once all your orders have been fulfilled, shipment confirmation emails will follow shortly.
Expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 8/26 or sooner if something comes up.
Great news group! We placed the order for the Alpine Hearing Protection MusicSafe Classic Earplugs shortly after the drop ended.
Our vendor will be preparing it for shipment.
The moment we receive confirmation regarding the shipping schedule from the vendor, we will provide you all with updated information.
Expect an update from us by the end of the day Pacific Time on 8/24 or sooner if something comes up.
Just got these from amazon. Overall the quality is good. Sound quality is reduced a bit but they do a great job of lowering the volume without completely muffling the sound like traditional ear plugs.
Can these be used for earphones? I need a new earplugs for my earphones and this seems pretty neat.
How good -or bad- would these be for sleeping?
Mafatu
there much more comfortable than regular ear plugs. so probably better though i havent tried
Mafatu
They actually sell some just for sleeping as well. I'm not to sure the difference but I'm sure its fine.
Looking forward to these, I love live music, but live with Tinnitus as a result of live music. Hopfully these wil stop it getting any worse. I would not wish Tinnitus on anyone, protect your hearing.
How well do these fit in small ears? For reference, most in-ear ear buds pop out
How far do these stick out of your ear? Will I be able to wear a motorcycle helmet with these?
unlearn
They do not stick out much at all, I think you will be fine with the helmet. Still, if any doubts, D'Addario Pacato is safer option, since they have flat back with soft silicone flap for removal, so they effectively have zero 'sticking out'. Worst choice for you are etymotic earplugs - they are very long.
unlearn
they go in pretty deep. they have a plastic bit to help them go further. you could wear them with a helmet but it will come with the same discomfort as wearing ear buds for music. meaning its do able but definitely noticeable
I made a poll regarding budget IEM's. It is 2 votes away from 200. Please come take a look! :D
https://www.massdrop.com/vote/iem-under-100-2
I have some hearing problems that cause me physical pain in loud environments, so I always have one pair of 'musician' earplugs with me on keychain. And I think I own all ~5 major kinds of universal 'musician' earplugs on the market. Of them all, those are my least favorite, and are not used much those days. Thing is, you can not just insert them with your fingers, you have to use special insertion tool that allows you to really jam those in your ear canals and twist. Sound-wise, they are also nothing special, there are others that allow cleaner sound through. Their size in on the large size of medium, and users with ear canals larger than mine (medium-to-small) might find them more comfortable.
Anyway, if you do not have small ear canals and do not mind the hassle of easy-to-lose insertion tool, they can be good.
I find it a little misleading that their picture typically omits insertion tool.
On the upside, their sound filtering cartridge can be removed, and then they could be easily fitted on Etymotic ER4S IEMs, creating one more option for soft silicone double-flange tip for those picky phones. Yes, those double-flanges are more comfortable (to me) than stock Etymotic tri-flanges, although they are not nearly as deep of a fit. And those long Etymotics shafts work great as 'insertion tool'. Just tried this combination, and so far I like it.
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Olek
Olek, you say they use an insertion tool. But here and Amazon in listing what's in the box don't say anything about any such tool being in the package. Just checking, but are you sure that you're talking about this product?
Fearlessleader
If you go to the product page and click on "Manual" it shows instructions that involve an insertion tool. Same thing on the Pro version. Not sure if it is required
https://www.alpinehearingprotection.com/earplugs/musicsafe-classic/ https://www.alpinehearingprotection.com/earplugs/musicsafe-pro/
Probably won't be buying because of this, I need something I can get in and out of my ear quickly
Anyone ever tried this in server room environments? We use disposable ones now but I hate the way the foam feels in my ear
douchecanoe
havent tried them in that environment but these are much more comfortable than foam ear plugs. i cant stand those
Are there various sizes to ensure proper fit in the ear canal? I haven't seen any reference which leads me to believe they are are the larger size. I have the V-Moda version but they really are too large for a proper seal.
Hmm. These or Etymotic ER20s... I lost my ER20s at Lolla unfortunately, but luckily it was after the festival.
Hualicopter
I'm giving this a try. The ER20s gets quite uncomfortable after a while and the stem is really long (can't put on helmet/headphones).
YassySassy
That's interesting. I never had comfort issues with my ER20s, but the longest I've ever worn mine is maybe 4-5 hours.
I do like the short stem though since as you said, you can't put on headphones.
Downbeats are $9.99 (original or long stem) and only $3 shipping to Canada. www.downbeats.com
Any idea if these would work for the shooting range? Or is the noise reduction not enough for that.
Faceless
Probably not. I read from somewhere that the noise reduction is similar to the ER-20 by Etymotic. Great for reducing the loudness to safe levels for typical concerts, noisy street, etc. I assume it's not good enough for the shooting range, but better to have some than none.
Faceless
No.
Do these have a string that links the two plugs together?
DBDrums
Seems like the Pro version has it.
Has anyone used these before? I have to say I'm skeptical that specially designed earplugs are required as I've used foam disposable ones at concerts before and they made the music 10x clearer without any muffling effect.
Soupinator
I think it depends. I have this exact pair in my car for road trips (for passenger, I have some molded automotive customs for myself). When i'm doing 80 on the highway with the top down; I can hear the radio or have a conversation with the passenger without shouting; it's really convenient. (and less chance I'll miss the car next to me pulling around and passing like an idjit).
I do double duty them for concerts, but they're pretty much just more convenient and let certain frequencies in better for that.
Soupinator
you have used the cheap foam ones and dont think they muffle the sound? jheez. i used to use the foam kind and they truly suck compared to real attenuators like these. the high-end sizzle really comes through, but without the fatigue, especially for longer listening periods. also vocal clarity is much much better with the musicsafe plugs. you can actually have a conversation in a loud club. these are wicked im gunna buy a backup pair.
Anyone find specs on the DB noise reduction?
mpechner
Silver- 14.8 to 18.9 depending on decibels Gold- 18.8 to 22.0
$14.99 + 1.86 = $16.85 vs $20 2d delivery with Amazon Prime - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0032BYCWG/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=ASCGVK81DEVL&coliid=I17UNC4YLCDIDG
These aren't huge cost savings.
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6th month free trial as a student goes a long way.
One other point for those that hesitate on Amazon Prime, returns are usually free if they are direct from Prime.
I've used similar earplugs before. Specifically the Etymotic Research ER20's and DownBeats EarPlugs. Both can be had on amazon for less than this drop ($13 and $14).
I'm not sure exactly what these provide better than the competition but I strongly recommend some for loud concerts. Once in I forget about them.
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I prefer the DownBeats as they have a nice case and are less noticeable. They make a better seal in my ears where the ER20's would need adjustment and hurt after extended periods due to their longer length. Note I have large ears with small ear canals. Your results may vary. These earplugs are very similar to the DownBeats.
ResultsMayVary
For the curious, there's a link to Downbeats. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ODE0IDS/175-6708980-0346207 By Amazon prices it's $13.95. Both have tax, at least for me, but you save the shipping cost and $1.04 for the item price difference. I'll be getting these and trying them out. Thanks.
EDIT: Price to that is a flat $13.95 so yeah good price savings compared to here, if you have Prime.