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LALOLAB ERGO15 Voted Among Best airplane earplugs By Ezvid Wiki

LaloLab’s Ergo15 Sound Blocking Earplugs were ranked #2 in Ezvid Wiki’s recent list of top 10 airplane earplugs for 2019.

The complete rankings wiki can be viewed at

If you suffer from discomfort while flying, earplugs designed specially for use on airplanes might be the answer. They help regulate the pressure changes in your ear canals, especially during takeoffs and landings, and can also reduce bothersome engine noise.

Built for comfort and ease of use, the Ergo15 earplugs are made of medical-grade skin friendly hypoallergenic material. Unlike regular foam earplugs, these earplugs are reusable and ergonomically designed to form a seal with your ear canal. They come with a convenient carrying case for travel and storage while you’re on the go.

Founded in 2011, Ezvid Wiki was the world's first video wiki, and now among the top 3,000 websites in the United States. Their YouTube channel has over 500,000 subscribers, nearly 300 million views since founding, and they have informed over $200 million in purchasing decisions to date.

According to the rankings:

Earplugs are items that are easily destroyed and/or lost, which is why we liked that the LaloLab Sound Blocking come with a hard shell case to keep them safe, and an attached carabiner, making it easy to hook onto your carry-on bag or backpack."

“When it comes to drowning out sound, the Mack's Flightguard boast a Noise Reduction Rating of 26 decibels, and the LaloLab Sound Blocking shine again because of their impressive NRR of 28 decibels.”

For more information about the Ergo15 Earplugs or LaloLab’s other quality products for landscape, golf course and agricultural irrigation, visit


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