ear plug


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ear plug

A device for preventing sound from entering the ear by occluding the external auditory canal.

CAUTION!

Ear plugs should not be used during swimming, diving, or flying because they may interfere with pressure equalization.
See also: plug
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The ear plugs can be washed and reused more than 100 times, adding value over disposable ear plugs that are only worn once or twice.
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