NEW! NoNoise Motorsport Hearing Protectors

NEW! NoNoise Motorsport Hearing Protectors

vendor.2013.no-noise.ear-plugs.jpgUnlike traditional foam, wax or silicone earplugs, NoNoise Motorsport Hearing Protectors contain precision-­tuned, ceramic filter technology. This new, patented technology ensures maximum protection from dangerous levels of engine, wind and road noise -­ yet allows conversation, sirens and horns to remain clearly audible, without the muffling effect of conventional earplugs.  
NoNoise filters are formed with a Venturi-­shaped sound channel from high-­grade ceramic material (zirconium oxide) at very high temperature so their internal aperture surface is perfectly smooth. This results in more precise sound attenuation than plastic filters that have a rough, uneven channel surface.
 
No Noise construction features that make them comfortable to wear for extended periods:
  • Silicone-­free 
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Thermoplastic outer construction 
Suitable for Motorcyclists of all ages, and re-­usable. A cleaning kit is available although NoNoise Motorsport Hearing Protectors can also be washed in warm, soapy water.
 
NoNoise Motorsport Hearing Protectors can be purchased online directly from Twisted Throttle and any of its North American dealers at a retail price of $29.95 per set.  Each set includes an aluminium tube for safe storage which can attach to your jacket or keys.

Notes to editors    
    
1.     It’s a fact that riding Motorcycles can damage your hearing. If you ride for any period of time without hearing protection you are putting yourself at risk – wind noise over 60 mph (however good your helmet is) is around 95dB. After just 15 minutes at this speed you will suffer permanent hearing damage; damage increases exponentially as speed increases over 60 mph. Hearing damage can result in Tinnitus (ringing in the ear) and eventually, total hearing loss. Hearing damage is irreversible.

2.     NoNoise products have been clinically tested in independent labs. The average measured sound attenuation (to EN352-­2:2002) of NoNoise Motorsport Hearing Protectors is 29.6dB at the higher (most damaging) frequencies.

3.     NoNoise Hearing Protectors are made by EMMA HBC and designed by leading audiologists and hearing technicians in the Netherlands, with over 20 years’ experience in the field. NoNoise Hearing Protectors are tested and approved by the IFA (Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the German Social Accident Insurance), Germany (CE0121). All NoNoise Hearing Protectors are certified for conformity to Council Directive 89/686/EEC, EN-­‐352-­‐2:2002 and NEN-­EN-­ISO9001:2008 (Article 11 Point B of Directive 89/686/EEC) under the supervision of TÜV Nederland QA B.V. NoNoiseproduction quality standards exceed the European Standard EN352-­2; production is independently certified to ISO9001:2008.

For further information, arrange an interview, or to request a set for review please contact Kevin Nixon at Twisted Throttle

Price: $29.99
Link to producthttp://www.twistedthrottle.com/nonoise-motorsport-precision-noise-filtration-hearing-protection
**Available specially tuned for other specialties including : ShootingMusicWork (factory & machine noises), SleepDIY & GardenWater SportsAir Travel

 
About Twisted Throttle:  Twisted Throttle LLC is an Exeter, Rhode Island-based dealer, distributor, and manufacturer specializing in motorcycle riding apparel and bolt-on equipment that provides protection and increased comfort for adventure riding, commuting, and long-distance travel.  Distributed brands include SW-Motech/Bags Connection, R&G Racing, Barkbusters, Macna, MRA Windscreens, Kaoko, Interphone, and more.  Additionally Twisted Throttle designs and manufactures 100% waterproof military-spec dry luggage under the DrySpec brand, and rugged LED auxiliary driving lights under the Denali brand.  With a staff of over 35 that includes MSF instructors, track day veterans, dual sport and adventure enthusiasts, and vintage racers, Twisted Throttle prides itself on its customer service and support, by riders for riders.  Learn more here: http://twistedthrottle.com/
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