Perfect for testing


The proof of the pudding is in the eating. Test our earplugs now to find out which ones suit you best. The demands placed on earplugs are as diverse as auditory canals themselves. OHROPAX is therefore available in different materials and styles. To find out which earplug suits you best, you can try out various types of materials and shapes with the OHROPAX text box. In the test box containing OHROPAX Classic, Silicon and Soft, you will find three different earplugs made from three different materials (wax, silicone and foam). Classic and Silicon are ON-EAR plugs, while OHROPAX Soft is an IN-EAR plug. In this way, you can try out the different materials, shapes and applications at your leisure and choose the best option for your ears. The test box is the ideal solution for those trying out OHROPAX for the first time as well as for users looking to try out a new earplug.


The facts








Classic usage

Before use, completely remove the cotton wool from the earplug using clean fingers. If necessary, tear off some pieces to make the earplugs a little smaller. Do not reuse torn pieces.

Squeeze the earplug softly, shape into a sufficiently sized cohesive ball and seal the auditory canal tightly using a little gentle pressure. Do not insert deeply.

After using, make sure to use your fingers to remove the earplugs. Apply some light pressure on the outer ear from behind to loosen the earplugs. Do not use hard or sharp objects to remove the earplugs.

Soft usage

Roll earplugs firmly together lengthways using clean fingers.

Using one hand, pull the ear slightly upwards, and using the other hand, insert the rolled earplug deep into the auditory canal.

Fix the earplug in place using your finger until it has expanded and is positioned comfortably.

Silicon usage

Squeeze the earplug firmly several times using clean, dry hands and shape it into a cohesive ball shape.

Do not shape into an elongated form, as the earplug could then slip into the auditory canal. Do not split the earplug. It must be large enough to completely seal the auditory canal from the outside without entering the auditory canal. Do not use if the auditory canal is larger than the earplug. In the case of smaller auditory canals, the excess material is pressed into the outer ear.

Place the clean, dry earplug before the opening of the auditory canal and press in gently until it is fixed in place. If necessary, pull the outer ear to allow the air in the auditory canal to escape and gently press in the earplug again. Make sure that your hands and the earplugs are dry, as otherwise the earplugs will not fix in place and will not seal the auditory canal.

Do not push inside the auditory canal as the earplugs will then be difficult to remove. After use, remove the earplugs carefully without any jerky movements so as not to damage the eardrum. Loosen the earplugs by applying some light pressure from behind and roll them out in one piece using your fingertip. If you have long fingernails, make sure not to damage the earplug. Do not use any tools to remove the earplugs (e.g. cotton buds or tweezers). This may damage the earplugs or push them too deeply inside the auditory canal.