Mack's Pillow Soft Earplugs (6 Pairs)
on the 9th Oct 2015
So far so good. Seems to block noises out better than anything else I have tried. Only thing is it gets a little caught in your hair when trying to take it out in the morning but maybe I need to be more careful putting them in.
The best earplugs
on the 20th Aug 2015
This is the best earplugs I have ever had. I don't hear anything more by using them. They are as well more comfortable in using. Only you should cut them in half as they are very big for one ear!
Mack pillow soft earplugs
on the 16th Jul 2015
Good product..does obviate a lot of background snoring noise. However my partner is exceptional snorer.I now do get a fair nights sleep. So far the best anti-snoring noise device i have used.(Eliminating my partner is not aa lawful option eh!)
Macks silicon earplugs
on the 2nd Nov 2011
Have tried loads of earplugs and most of them don't shut out sound very well. Mack's are one of the best. You also don't push them into the ear canal so they are less liable to irritate even with very sensitive skin. A great idea!
on the 10th Oct 2007
Much more comfortable than any other earplugs. Block sound pretty well. We have airplanes passing near the house once in a while and these block the sound well especially the first time you use them.
on the 23rd Jan 2007
Hi there, for years my husband and I have slept in separate rooms because of his extremely loud snoring, we couldn't even go on holiday and stay in a Hotel, it always had to be apartments. I purchased these ear plugs and they are wonderful. I can still hear him snore but at least its in the distance and I am able to sleep. Thank you so much
Macks Pillow soft earplugs
on the 19th Oct 2005
I have been buying these for ages. My partner has the loudest deepest snoring problem I have ever experienced (family and friends comment also). These plugs block out more noise than any I tried. They don't provide a total block but a bearable block!
Extremely comfortable. The instuctions state to not insert, however, i roll end into a rounded point and squeeze plug in. It provides a much better block (only an opinion! obviously not advising here...) try them, you won't be disappointed.