Earasers Musicians Earplugs
Whether you are a musician, attend concerts or are regularly exposed to music played at high levels, Earasers earplugs don’t plug up your ears and muffle sound like conventional earplugs. Earasers are manufactured by a 55 year old hearing aid company, and developed by their lead engineer – a musician for over 35 years. Earasers filter out loud noise while still allowing you to hear at a safe, comfortable level.

Musicians have to be able to focus on the different layers of instrumentation. Earasers utilize a unique attenuation “V filter” to provide up to 19dB of protection in the frequencies you need it most. The result is the world’s first flat frequency response earplugs.

The Earasers soft silicone design is based on one of the most widely used hearing aid tips in the market. There is no need for expensive trips to a specialist to get custom ear molds. The Smart Seal technology conforms to the shape of your ear canal for a more comfortable fit that you can wear all day.

Earasers can be cleaned and reused, and when the silicone tip starts to get old, they can be “Renewed” with new silicone sleeves.

Regardless of the type of musician you are….even singers love Earasers earplugs.

Earasers earplugs for musicians and concertgoers


Tip on sizes: 75% of men use Medium (we are talking full grown, “I got my man body now!” type)

75% of women use Small

75% of young adults use Small

Most people already know if they have small ears due to their experience with other earbuds. Don’t worry, there is some definite overlap in the sizes. If you guess wrong, you can always exchange them within 30 days. Or, they make great fishing lures! Seriously.

If you think you have tight ear canals, then go for the small. If you have been practicing ear canal stretching just for this moment, and you are sure your ears can park a mini-van and a drive-in speaker on the side (remember those), then you might belong to our 1% LARGE club. We rarely see them, but we know you are out there!

Funny thing is, the size of the external ear (the pinnae if you keep a dictionary handy) rarely has anything to do with the size of the opening where these bad boys go. So, don’t look at the outside. Take a look at our sizing pictures, take a picture of your own ear, you know where the oval shadow shows up (and not where you keep those spare potatoes) and have someone help you determine what size you really are. It’s great fun for the whole family, and the bridge club!