Life is Loud
A world record set at a sporting event hit a whopping 142.2dB, way over the recommended level of 85dB. You can’t always avoid the noise, but you can guard yourself from hearing damage in noisy situations.
The best way to block out noise is a simple sound solution- protective earmuffs.
Block Out Noise
The ear cups provide a snug seal to shield the ears from noise- this is called passive noise cancellation. Imagine a parent using their hands to cover their kids ears, that’s what the Guardian does. The thick hypoallergenic ear cushions gently form a comfy seal needed for sufficient noise reduction, making them comfortable for hours of wear.
With a SNR 25 rating, the Guardian reduces harmful noises by an impressive 26 decibels!
Peace & Quiet
The Guardian can also be used to help students stay focused in school, shielding them from whispering classmates, buzzers and bells. This application is also great for kids with special learning needs, kids with autism or kids with sensory issues.
Protective earmuffs are already used in many schools as the best sound blocking tool that can help learners focus.
Feel Safe, Look Cool
The outer cups are designed with a metallic reflective material that give the product a high-end finish not commonly found on earmuffs for kids. Unlike industrial earmuffs, the Guardian looks stylish and cool, perfect to stand out at a hip music festival. Even adults will want to wear them!
The Guardian doesn’t need to play music to be the best passive noise-cancelling headphones for autism and kids with sensory issues. By putting on these protective earmuffs for kids with autism, the world suddenly becomes calmer and quieter.