Rooth C&P U-Fit Earplugs
Rooth C&P U-Fit Earplugs
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The Rooth C&P U-fit earplugs are meant to be worn during concerts, while playing music, or whenever you want to lower ambient sound to protect your hearing. Made from soft silicone, these transparent tips feature an ergonomic, triple-flange design with a short, clear stem Read More

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Matlock42
5
Jun 11, 2017
Just wondering if the attenuation number is actually the NRR rating normally shown on earplugs. I find these ratings are confusing and misleading.
Matt.T
558
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Jun 8, 2017
Hi all! Going forward in this drop, our vendor will include string with the U-Fit Earplugs. This will make them easier to remove from your ears.
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d334nn4
10
Nov 7, 2017
Wish they would go back and offer the string to those who ordered before. My 9 year old uses these to help with migraines and she ALWAYS needs help taking them out!
ProfFuseigo
7
Jun 4, 2017
These are not good! They do not sit well in your ear and the litle tube does not close and/or open well. Learn from my mistake and my money, do not buy these! Edit: forgot to say they do absolutely NOTHING for sound reduction.
inovision
7
Jun 11, 2017
Happened to me too. I bought the blue ones with something like 25dB attenuation but they don't fit right in my ear. Perhaps the ability to detach some of the parts could help that.
starling2k
9
May 20, 2017
I had same problem a number of others have experienced - I could not get one of the plugs out and had to use tweezers. The panic I experienced made me want to throw them in the trash. To be fair, the earplugs did a great job in reducing the loudness of listening to music at a live concert. Some have commented that these did not effectively reduce the sound volume. I disagree and some may just be mistaken in what these earplugs are designed to do. Musicians' earplugs should work like a volume control. If you are looking for something to sleep in and block all sound, these are not your product. But, if you can put up with the possibility of having to use tweezers to get these out of your ear canals, these do a great job in a live music venue and reducing the level to where you can enjoy it. They reduce the volume while maintaining all of the tones you should hear. If you insert these so far in your ear so that when you talk, it sounds like your voice is resonating inside your head, then you have inserted them incorrectly. I would recommend to the manufacturer to extend the stem so you can grasp it and remove them more easily. I am thinking of trying something like a shoe string to insert the plastic rimmed end into the stems tightly enough so I can pull them out of my ears with the string. I haven't done this yet so I do not know if it will detrimentally affect the sound quality of the music. Just my 2 cents....
johnn
3
Apr 6, 2017
If I'm just looking for something to use when I sleep, does those work well?
ProfFuseigo
7
Jun 4, 2017
No, they don't fit well and they stick out a bit so it will hurt when you lie on your side.
mpratt14
14
Mar 31, 2017
Is this the same low quality sticky "silicone" as on the other pair from this brand (non U-Fit)?
Is the core (with the attenuator) hard plastic?
Sethlish
6
Mar 22, 2017
The panic i felt when these would not come out of my ears greatly out weighs the quality of attenuation. Do not buy unless you KNOW that your ear canals are small. This would have been less of a problem if there was more of the body to grab onto but alas the only way i have found to remove these ear plugs is to use two mirrors and tweezers. Get Etymotic ear plugs instead. Better build quality and can be bought just as cheaply. They also have something to grab onto if you actually want to remove them.
Nastynate435
12
Apr 4, 2017
I have the smallest earholes ever, so this is actually great news for me.. unfortunately I also have giant fingers, so I guess I'll see how they do.
trout
10
Apr 25, 2017
ditto. these are no good.
thefeev
47
Mar 20, 2017
I actually really like these! (I guess my ear holes are small enough where they don't get stuck either) They are super comfortable, stay in my ear without a lot of pressure, quick and easy to get in and out, and block out enough sound to protect hearing from wind and exhaust noise (when on my motorcycle) but don't block out everything where I can't hear other cars or things around me. I very happy with them and definitely glad I bought two pairs!
Kmadejczyk
2
Mar 20, 2017
Wow. These are so tiny that when I put them in my ears for the first time one got stuck so bad my roommate just had to use tweezers to pull them out. If your ear hole are remotely large so not buy these.
sc2samuel
3
Mar 14, 2017
These don't seem to work? I have the 25 dB ones and they don't do anything to sound.
sc2samuel
3
Mar 31, 2017
I mean they just don't get a tight seal in my ears. I have better seals when using earphones.
azrael
33
Mar 31, 2017
Oh, i see. A lot of people are saying these ones are kinda small.
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