Pressure-regulating ceramic filter

Prevents painful eardrums

Quies earplugs for air travel

Take the pressure out of air travel

The changes in cabin air pressure when an airplane takes off and lands can be painful to our ears, and, in some cases, can cause ear barotrauma.

Quies earplugs help eardrums adapt to potentially painful changes in air pressure. Made from soft, flexible silicone, they contain a ceramic filter that gradually regulates the air flow resulting from air pressure differences, giving your eardrums time to adjust to the new pressure. This system was developed in association with US Navy pilots.

Soft, flexible, and easy to insert, earPlanes® are designed to fit snugly inside your ear. They can be reused two to three times and come in two sizes: one for adults and one for infants over 30 months.

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water and air pressure

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If you’ve ever flown on an airplane or suffered from swimmer’s ear, you’ve probably noticed that our ears are particularly sensitive to things like changes in pressure and moisture. But have you ever wondered why—or what you can do to ease the discomfort?


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