Ear infection

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Ear plugs to prevent an ear infection

For playing water polo, going (kite) surfing or sailing, or just a bracing dip in the pool, we love water and as soon as the sun makes an appearance, we head for the beach or tropical pool complex in our masses. All this fun in the water has just one disadvantage: water in your ears can be very annoying.

With our SwimSafe earplugs, you are well protected and water does not get into your ears. An additional advantage is that these earplugs also filter away excessive loud noise, for example the noise of children screaming and yelling in the pool. Of course you can still hear normal environmental sounds like instructions from the lifeguard or directions from the water polo coach. And you can also use our SwimSafe when taking a bath or a shower.

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The unique design of the SwimSafe earplugs prevents the sensation of being completely shut off from the outside world or of having too much pressure on your inner ear. SwimSafe hearing protection is suitable for adults. For children we have the special Pluggies Kids, also ideal for use when bathing with your toddler since a child’s ear is extremely sensitive.

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Ear plugs to prevent an ear infection

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Swimming, kite and windsurfing, water polo, a water scooter excursion or just a family day at the beach or tropical swimming pool: we have the best time with water. This is why beaches are so crowded on the first sunny day of the year.

Surfing across at Watergate Bay in Cornwall at full speed, your sail boat combating the waves at Thurso East in Scotland or you turn a somersault under your kite.