Hearing Protection – Filter Motorsport Noise With NoNoise Earplugs

NN.3PROM0160
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Description

Wind noise while motorcycle riding regularly exceeds the levels at which hearing damage will occur. Protect your hearing without blocking the sounds you want to hear with the NoNoise Motorsport noise filter hearing protection. read more

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Description

Designed specifically for motorcyclists the Motorsport noise filter hearing protection by NoNoise will help protect your hearing from harmful noise levels while allowing lower level noises such as conversation sirens and horns to be heard. So much more than ear plugs NoNoise utilizes ceramic filtration technology to filter higher sound levels that cause hearing damage but allow lower sound levels to be heard.

  • Reduces wind and road noise
  • Allows communication and intercom use
  • Preserves situational awareness
  • Comfortable washable and re-usable
  • Silicone free construction
  • Venturi shaped sound channel
  • Zirconium oxide ceramic filter
  • No muffling or blocked ear feeling
  • Thermoplastic outer construction
  • Over 20 years experience in industry and military hearing protection
  • Exceeds strict European EN352-2 guidelines and certified to ISO9001:2008

 

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NoNoise Features and Benefits

 

Protection / Attenuation Data
Mean sound attenuation (EN352-2:2002) is 29.6dB at the higher most damaging frequencies.

All data in decibels (dB)
M = Mean attenuation; S = Standard deviation; APV = Assumed protection value;
SNR = Single number rating; H M L = Value in high medium and low frequency spectrum

Part Numbers

Our part number: NN.3PROM0160
Manufacturer part number: MTR.UK

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3.82 out of 5 stars

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Question: Should I get the music version or a different one for using in conjunction with my Sena? I listen to music and chat with my friends.
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It is hard to recommend earplugs for specific use cases, because everyone's ears are different based on past damage and anatomy. This model will work well for your application, but I can't advise if the Music model would work any better or worse.

Answered by Zach Twisted Throttle Staff on Dec 13, 2021

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4 reviews with a 5-star rating

  1. dharum

    These work great for me

    dharum

    I bought these about a month ago and have used them, primarily for commuting and longer rides. They do a great job of cutting down the excess wind and road noise. I can still hear my headset clearly. My ears seem to be the right size for these as they don’t go in too far and are fairly easy to take out.. I recommend them.

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  2. R1200RT

    Nonoise earplugs are great.

    R1200RT

    Have been using 23 days straight on a North America – these are really great.

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  3. Fabio VB

    You must have one

    Fabio VB

    Even using a very good helmet, the wind noise is a problem. No noise let me talk with my wife, hear music, the engine, gps alerts, but filter all the wind. I give many as a gift and my friends love it.

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  4. ross

    lived up to claims

    ross

    I was very skeptical of the claim that these would filter wing noise yet still allow my to hear lower pitched noise. Worked better than I expected. Wind howl is filtered but can still hear reasonably well to talk. More comfortable than foam plugs I had used previously

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