Good day all, Glenn Hood here, my hearing loss is the result of constant shop noise – my tinnitus from a pharmaceutical. So, I began Big EAR in 2003 to educate parents, band directors and safety directors on hearing preservation. With thousands of returning clients and companies – there is one resounding comment, “Thank you Big Ear, custom is the only way to go!".
Using a one size fits all earplug will never be as comfortable as a custom fitted device for the simple fact that everyone has a uniquely shaped ear canal. Our impression process captures the nuances of your ear and provides the model for our labs to create the perfect fit. Try the custom difference and you won’t be disappointed.
Big Ear’s scientifically designed custom electronic stereo plugs provide an unparalleled experience in sound and protection. Customers report that it is as if they have been transported to another world!
Custom plugs provide superior hearing protection for two reasons. 1. People actually wear them! Earplugs that are not used, do not provide any protection. 2. The fit is exactly right every time and they only take 2 seconds to put in vs 1-2 minutes with foam..
Big Ear puts you in control of your hearing. Don’t let the fear of hearing loss affect your adventurous lifestyle. With over 150 products to choose from, you will always have the right choice of protection at the right time.
Each Big Ear product has been scientifically designed and tested for your active lifestyle. We have searched the world to find the absolute best partners in custom hearing protection. We only offer the best of the best which is why we use 8 Labs and only offer their premium products. Big Ear's custom molded earplugs and ear pieces are designed to fit you. Our reusable ear plugs are custom made to fit your ears, giving you superior ear protection and helping to prevent hearing loss. Our custom fit ear pieces work with your existing technology to give you the best sound quality, while reducing background noise. Big Ear, Inc, the leader in hearing health technologies.
Employers are required to measure noise levels; provide free annual hearing exams, hearing protection, and training; and conduct evaluations of the adequacy of the hearing protectors in use (unless changes made to tools, equipment, and schedules result in worker noise exposure levels that are less than the 85 dBA). Hearing conservation programs strive to prevent initial occupational hearing loss, preserve and protect remaining hearing, and equip workers with the knowledge and hearing protection devices necessary to safeguard themselves.