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Topic # 147178 11-Jun-2014 14:45
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Vdera SF-E-11-AMZ Sharkfin White Self-Molding Earbud

By simply self-molding a Sharkfin to each earbud, you will discover a long-term comfortable tight sealed fit that prevents irritation so you can feel the music and not your earphones. Sharkfin mutes outside noise allowing you to enjoy your music at lower and safer volumes. Once in, your buds will always stay in place during workouts, they won’t shift or fall out of your ears. Sharkfin is specially formulated to be sweat, water and UV resistant. It quickly molds in 5 minutes and will ensure a heightened listening experience to the music you love.

Features:
• Self-molding buds
• Comfort fit
• Stays in place
• Sound isolating
• Sweatproof
• Mold in 5 mins.

Vdera SF-P-6-IC Sharkfin Orange Self-Molding Earplugs

Sharkfin™ reusable earplugs allow you to block outside noise like never before. A specially formulated self-molding silicone wraps around the ultra-soft polymer plugs and quickly molds in 5 minutes to provide you with a permanent, comfortable and effective seal. The plug’s flanged design fits all ear canals. Sharkfin™ mutes outside noise to an NRR of 30 dB and prevents irritation for hours of continual wear. Once in, your plugs won’t shift or fall out of your ears no matter what the task at-hand may be. Phthalates-free, resistant to water, UV, ear wax and body oils. The Sharkfin™ earplug set comes complete with molding material, earplugs, a detachable neck cord and carrying case for storage after use (material for 2 plugs (+1 spare) & assembly instructions enclosed).

Features:
• Self-molding earplugs
• Comfort fit
• Stays put
• Sound isolating
• Reusable
• Mold in 5 mins.


So I have 10 of the Earplugs
and 2 of the Earbuds

The earplugs come come with a little pouch and neck cord with plugs in. These are more if you want actual earplugs.

Earplugs $20 a pack
Earbuds $18 a pack

Freight cost $4.00 courier 1-10 packs
Rural will go by post at $4.50 1-10 packs
IM me how many you want

Sharkfin - Instructional Video http://youtu.be/3hp0vnF-7Tg




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  Reply # 1063512 11-Jun-2014 16:46
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Quick comment: I made myself a pair using the earplugs and they seem to do the job. Couple of points 1. I would use in ear earphones they will seal better 2. If possible have someone else put them in your ear. 3. Make sure you mix compounds thoroughly.




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  Reply # 1065214 13-Jun-2014 21:29
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I bought a self help earplug kit from kiwiplugs.co.nz
Sounds slightly similar. I found there was enough silicon for 3 pairs of plugs, and I adapted one pair to fit my in-ear buds.



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1eStar: I bought a self help earplug kit from kiwiplugs.co.nz
Sounds slightly similar. I found there was enough silicon for 3 pairs of plugs, and I adapted one pair to fit my in-ear buds.


And there's are $89 Lets face it its a couple of gobs! of silicon that most likely is worth a few cents. But unless you are a chemist you dont know what sort or kind etc hence the high price. I bought these kits for myself then added a few extra to cover postage from states. I made mine the other day and they are OK . As i mention above though better to get somone to help you make them




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