Howard Leight

Maximum MAX-1 Earplugs Without Cords (200 Count)

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Howard Leight®

Max 30 Earplugs
(200 Count)

The Howard Leight® Maximum Max-1 earplugs come uncorded, and they're available in packs of 100 pairs. These products are ideal for workers who're exposed to loud noises. Many studies show that excessive noise can damage a person's hearing.

Without the proper hearing protection, severe hearing impairment can occur. The Maximum™ corded earplugs are designed to preserve hearing and block excessive noise. Since these plugs deliver a NRR of 33, they can block out even the loudest noises and prevent damage to your hearing.

The Howard Leight® Maximum™ MAX-1 earplugs are some of the best polyurethane plugs on the market. They're contoured to precisely fit the shape of the ear canal, so they deliver comfort throughout the day. These earplugs are designed with a classic bell shape and won't back out of your ears. 

Nobody wants to have dirty ears, and these plugs help to prevent dirty ears because they're made out of soil-resistant polyurethane foam. With a noise reduction rating of 33, these earplugs offer some of the best hearing protection that we have available.
  • Bell shape conforms to the ear canal
  • Classic shape prevents plugs from backing out of the ear
  • Soil-resistant foam prevents dirt from accumulating inside of the ear canal
NRR 33 Class A(L)
|SNR 37|SLC80 26 dB/Class 5

SKU ~ Max-1

Howard Leight®

Max-1 Earplugs
(200 Count)

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  • 5
    Noise Reducing Earplugs

    Posted by Eric W Jensen on Sep 5th 2023

    These are by far the best earplugs for reducing noise in a testing environment that I have ever used. I run a testing center at a 4-year university, and these earplugs have consistently proven to be effective and easy-to-use for students who are testing but are sensitive to noise.