January 07, 2017

Want a custom fit earphones without burning a hole in your pocket, then you got to hear the latest release from Decibullz at the CES 2017! Decibullz has come up to the rescue with its newest wired and wireless headphones with wings around the earbuds that you can easily mold to your ear. All that is needed to be done is to put those wing tips in boiling water for a few minutes before you press and shape them into your ears. 

The process is a lot less scarier than it may sound. Besides, this process has been used by athletic mouth-guards for years and is definitely more practical than the approach taken by other companies such as Revolvs who thought that the solution to custom-fit earphones was to use electric charge to heat and solidify the buds. With the added benefit of Decibullz being  that they can be remolded as many time you want!

These earpieces are easily and quickly fitted to the exact ear shape to create a perfect fit. When on one hand these kind of products are typically expensive, requiring a visit to a qualified audiologist. Decibullz on the other costs $59 for the wired versions and $119 for the wireless.

“Decibullz custom-molded earplugs (decibullz.com) are different because they are thermo-molded by customers in the comfort of their own homes,” explains inventor and CEO of Decibullz, Kyle Kirkpatrick. “Because of the custom mold, Decibullz are designed to never hurt, never fall out, and provide superior noise isolation.”

Decibullz provide one of the highest Noise Reduction Ratings (NRR) of custom earplugs available today, at 31 dB, making them useful for anyone interested in hearing protection, including those who are in workplaces such as manufacturing or construction and numerous other professions as well as shooters, travelers, concert-goers, and more.

“Our Decibullz earplugs are becoming one of our top-selling products. Both DIY and professional home improvement uses are a logical extension for the market,” adds Kirkpatrick, “because of the potentially damaging effects of longer sessions with saws, sanders, and even the common lawnmower.”

Earbuds are one of those technologies that still come loaded with annoyances. Cheap ones are almost always bad, with a terrible fit and atrocious sound and sometimes their expensive counterparts which are meant to replace them fit just as poorly as the cheap ones. Thus it is expected by Decibullz to kill the rift!

We here, at Headphone Zone are waiting to experiment on them, aren't you? Let us know in the comment section below.

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