Recently we undertook a number of research projects to complement our previous data and to get independent feedback on our products. The purpose of the this test was to prove (or otherwise) the myth riders don’t always need to wear earplugs as different screens and helmets can reduce exposure to wind noise to safe levels.
For many people, disposable foam earplugs are an important part of the daily routine. Failure to block out noise can cause irreversible hearing damage, which can have serious implication on a sufferer’s personal and professional life. These disposable plugs are by far and away the most popular, but despite their low costs there are some serious health, environmental and cost implications to take into consideration.
We all know that exposure to loud bangs and prolonged noise can cause hearing damage and ultimately deafness, but what is less commonly known is how it actually occurs, and what can be done to prevent it.
Bedfordshire based Sammy rides a Honda CB600F Hornet and a two-stroke Beta Xtrainer enduro bike. She knows the importance of protecting her hearing, but up until now has found ear plugs very uncomfortable. Read our blog to find our why Auritech ear plugs solved the problem for her.
A series of surveys commissioned by hearing protection specialists Auritech has revealed that around half of British motorcyclists are at risk of permanently damaging their hearing by not wearing appropriate ear protection while riding.
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Charlene was experiencing head-aches after riding all day on her Akrapovic exhausted Yamaha MT-07. With wind noise also being a major factor, she gave the ‘Auritechbiker’ ear protection a go. As you can tell by Charlene’s review, they solved the problem.
Zoe has been riding a very loud Kawasaki ZX6R on the road for the last 4 years. Unfortunately, she had never used ear protection in that time. However, as soon as she tried our ‘AuritechBiker’ universal ear protection, Zoe was converted. Read what she had to say about her ear protection revelation.
We were delighted to have Thomas Strudwick in our offices earlier, being fitted out with some custom fit ear plugs.
When Honda UK’s motorcycle PR guy, David Rogers, wanted to enjoy the sound of the new Gold Wing’s engine, cut harmful wind noise, and make the most of the Wing’s new sound system on the recent press launch in Texas, he chose Auritech.