The worlds only dedicated ear plug designed for motorcycles that is precision tuned to reduce wind noise AND allow clear conversation.

No other earplug currently does both.

Did you know that after 15 minutes at 100km/h your hearing is already damaged? Noise levels are measured in decibels (dB). At sound levels of 110dB or more, you will risk immediate and permanent hearing damage. At lower sound volumes (80-110dB) the risk to your hearing is dependent on the duration for which you are exposed to the sound.

The noise volume we can withstand ‘without damage’ for a few minutes represents a significant risk of hearing damage if the period of exposure is longer.

Hearing is a refined and susceptible sense. Tens of thousands of minute hair cells pass on noise to the brain, through vibrations. Too much noise – and hence too many vibrations – damage these hair cells forever as they will never grow back. Hearing damage of this kind is therefore definitive.

Motorcycle Ear Plugs

At a sound level of 80 dB NIHL occurs. Tests have proven that the volume of wind noise underneath a helmet is scientifically higher.

Furthermore as an example in the EU workplace for any noise volume starting at 80 dB employers are required by law to offer their employees hearing protection.

Motorcycle use subjects riders constantly beyond this 80dB threshold. Yet we ride unaware of the long term damage.

Note that the dB scale is logarithmic, i.e. an increase of just 3dB results in the effective doubling of the sound strength; this also means that for every increase

of 3dB the time it takes to cause permanent hearing damage is halved.

Harmful wind noise

Apart from hearing damage, other health complaints like tinnitus, hypersensitivity to sound, high blood pressure and early age-related hearing difficulties are caused by excessive exposure to loud noise.

The following chart provides some examples of noise levels and the damaging effect they can have at different exposure times.

Nonoise motorcycle ear plugs damage after db

What makes NoNoise earplugs different to standard earplugs?

Nonoise motorcycle ear plug diagram

number 1Precision noise filtration via a patented Venturi ceramic filter. Each ceramic filter is precisely tuned for a specific task.

number 2Allows normal conversation, while effectively turning down volume on other noise with no muffling (occlusion) effect. No other earplug, currently available, allows for simultaneous noise reduction and normal conversation.

number 3Unique tri-sectional design for ultimate comfort and suitable for all ages.

number 4Silicone-free, hypoallergenic thermoplastic for ultimate comfort.

number 5Re-Usable

number 6Clinically tested and approved.

Standard earplugs generally:

number 7Will dampen all noise and will not allow for clear audible speech or the ability to hear other road signals (hooters, sirens etc).

number 8Will tend to suffer from an occlusion effect, an audio phenomenon that occurs
when one closes the opening into the ear canal and the loudness of low pitched sounds increases. This manifests itself as amplified noises within ones cranial cavity e.g simple swallowing sounds much louder etc.

number 9Do not allow for pressure equalization

number 10When combined with bike Communication systems such as headsets, GPS communicators or iPods one is forced to turn the volume up to compensate, which is self defeating.

The NoNoise units represent a quantum leap forward in hearing protection for motorcyclists.

NoNoise allows for high frequency sound dampening, clear speech, no occlusion effect or pressure equalization issues.

Their design ethos is to dampen the most damaging higher frequencies resultant from wind noise on a bike but still enable the rider to hear speech, road noises and, for example, GPS directions.

For motorcyclists these criteria are not mutually exclusive: yet, until now, current ear protection treated these as separate entities.

Please note that the Nonoise earplugs have NOT been designed to block all noise.

What they will do is protect your ears from the most damaging frequencies while still providing the user the ability to hear clearly combined with no occlusion or pressure related issues.

From our perspective we believe that the ability to hear what is going on around you is crucial on a bike.

As important is that your ears are protected from excessive dB levels.

NoNoise does both.

If complete noise blackout is what is required then these units are not for you.

Such units are freely available but bear in mind have their caveats mentioned above in 7-10. Furthermore the majority of such units have never been clinically tested and as such merely represent a crude form of “earplug”.

NoNoise MOTORSPORT Hearing Protectors are precisely tuned for optimum attenuation at the frequencies required by motorsport enthusiasts, particularly motorcyclists.

The independently measured mean sound attenuation (EN352-2:2002) is 29.6 dB at the higher (most damaging) frequencies.

NoNoise Motorsport protectors are independently tested and approved in Germany.

Nonoise sound attenuation graph
Nonoise motorcycle ear plug protection

No Noise Range

Motorcycle ear protection

Motorsport: ensures maximum protection from dangerous levels of engine, wind and road noise. Unique filtration allows conversation, sirens and horns to remain clearly audible, with no muffled effect. Designed for Motorcyclists.

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Sleep: reduces annoying noises like snoring, yet allows you to hear a normal conversation or “alert” noises such as a baby, door bell or alarm clock.

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Travel hearing protection

Travel: atmospheric pressure on eardrums during take-off and landing is regulated, allowing for more comfortable travel. Speech remains clearly audible.

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Work: maximum protection from dangerous levels of noise in work or factory environments over 80 dB, yet allows you to listen clearly to surrounding
conversation without a muffled effect.

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hearing protection for a work environment
Water Sport Hearing Protection

Watersports: Regular water contact inside the ear can cause bacterial build-up, irritation and damage. This unit will protect the middle ear and ear drum from water contact while speech remains clearly audible.

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Music: Unamplified music (drums, brass etc) can produce noises levels up to
100 dB; amplified music at festivals, concerts or clubs can reach 130 dB.
Permanent hearing damage can occur from 85dB. The precision-tuned patented ceramic filter reduces volume but does not deform the sound and lets you listen clearly to a surrounding conversation – ideal for all music lovers.

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Nonoise hearing protection while gardening

DIY and Garden: DIY and garden machinery produce noises levels up to 100 dB.
Permanent hearing damage can occur from 85 dB so it is essential always to use hearing protection.

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Shoot: Shooting activities can produce noises levels up to 150 dB. Permanent
hearing damage can occur from 85 dB. The precision-tuned, patented ceramic
sound filter of the Shoot ensures maximum protection from shooting and other extreme noise activities like fireworks, yet allows you to listen clearly to
surrounding conversation without a muffled effect.

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Hearing protection for shooting