Mack's Flightguard Airplane Pressure Relief Earplugs
The original Mack's Flightguard Airplane Pressure Relief Earplugs that help relieve ear discomfort, clogging and popping during altitude changes. Made in Canada.
- Relieve ear popping, pain and pressure discomfort as the result of flying on airplanes or mountain driving.
- Unique PR3™ Design with Ceramic Filter is laboratory tested and proven to relieve air pressure.
- Flight-tested and Frequent Flyer approved.
- Reduces noise for relaxation.
- Firm stem and super soft flanges ensure superior comfort and ease of use.
- Includes travel storage case.
- Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) — 26 decibels.
Flying, mountain driving.
|Noise Reduction Rating||26 dB|
|Packaging dimension||8.5 × 2.5 × 11.5 cm|
|Packaging weight||20 g|
|Package contents||1 pair earplugs; 1 storage case|
Directions for use
- Before inserting, with mouth closed and nose pinched closed, blow gently to clear and equalize any ear pressure. For best results, insert earplugs BEFORE takeoff and remove AFTER landing and cabin door has been opened. Earplugs may be removed at maximum cruising altitude, but ALWAYS insert 1 hour BEFORE landing.
- Reach over head and pull up and back on outer ear to straighten ear canal.
- With opposite hand, grasp earplug stem and insert by pressing forward in a circular motion to form an airtight seal.
Remove earplug slowly with twisting motion to gradually break the seal. Due to the excellent seal characteristics, rapid removal may damage eardrum. Do not push earplug into ear so far that you are unable to easily grasp the stem with thumb and forefinger. Do not use for sleeping while laying flat. Use only as directed.
Keep away from infants and small children. This product is non-toxic, but may interfere with breathing if caught in windpipe, which could lead to serious injury or death. Improper fitting or disregard of the above recommendations will reduce effectiveness and could result in hearing loss or injury.
Wash with mild soap and warm water. Dry thoroughly before reinserting into ear. Store in original case. Discard if earplugs come in contact with lubricants, solvents or other chemicals. Earplugs should be inspected regularly for serviceability. Replace hard, torn or deformed earplugs. If used daily, replace every 2 to 4 weeks.