Vibes: The next-gen earplugs that save your hearing and the music…with a deal that saves you 25%

Vibes: The next-gen earplugs that save your hearing and the music…with a deal that saves you 25% ...

If you’ve ever left a mammoth rock concert with ringing in your ears, we’ve got some bad news. Ear ringing and muffled hearing is a sign that high-decibel noise has done permanent damage to your inner ear. The condition known as tinnitus can alleviate, but hearing damage is cumulative, so the next time your ear suffers that type of trauma, the hearing loss may be slower to recover — or never recover at all.

Foam earplugs are one way of protecting your hearing, but it’s like sticking a cork in your ear. It blocks everything, including the music. The Vibes Hi-Fidelity Earplugs were engineered to hit that sweet spot between hearing protection and listening enjoyment — and they’re on sale right now for 25 percent off, just $19.99, from TNW Deals.

Jack Mann was a huge music fan, but after suffering a ruptured eardrum, he realized foam earplugs ruined the live music experience. So he created Vibes, a reusable earplug that quashes high and low frequency sound levels, offering a sound balance that protects delicate hearing without sacrificing music fidelity.

Vibes retain the clarity of the music, just at levels about 20 decibels lower than the unfiltered sound. And with anything over 85 decibels able to cause irreversible damage after prolonged exposure, those 20 decibels could legitimately be the difference in saving your hearing.

After a key appearance on “Shark Tank,” Vibes are not only blowing up among musicians and concert fans, but they’re finding supporters in all sorts of unexpected places. If you or someone you know works in a loud environment like an airport tarmac or a factory, Vibes could be the ear-saver you never realized you needed.

Regularly priced at $26.99, try out Vibes now at $7 off, only $19.99, while this offer lasts.

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