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Focusing Never Sounded so Good
Take our sound advice: the Noise Off headset by Hamilton-Buhl is a comfortable and effective way to minimize noise while maximizing your child's concentration. The Noise Off headset is an inexpensive solution to abrasive auditory distractions. Made of lightweight, durable plastic, these noise-blocking headphones are just as effective at noise reduction as bulkier, more cumbersome models. Insert the Noise Off headset in three quick steps and the noise-cancelling impact can be immediately felt.
- Modern design is popular with teens and pre-teens
- Suitable for anyone with ADD, ADHD or the need to focus without distraction
- Folds up to fit comfortably inside a shirt pocket or purse
- Age 10+
7"L x 7"W x 1"H
Weight: 1.3 oz.
Available in Black and Red
Noise reduction rating (NNR) of 26 decibels
great itemmy daughter really likes these instead of the larger ear protection.Read MoreSensGard ZEM - RedMy son, who is extremely noise sensitive and has refused to wear any type of earmuff I've purchased for him in the past, got the biggest smile and put these on immediately when we unboxed them. So happy!Read MoreBest purchase I ever madeI bought these for my son almost a year ago. It's the best purchase I've ever made. My son can now participate in things he's never been able to enjoy before. This year, at the age of 8, he was able to watch and enjoy a parade for the first time ever! They have always been too loud before. For the first time in his life, he was right out front, waving and laughing. They even ran the sirens right in front of him and he only smiled. This is a child that plugs his ears when he flushes the toilet! The earplugs dim the sounds just enough so that the noise isn't painful to him. Yet, he's not completely isolated or excluded. They are plastic, and feel like they should be flimsy, but have held up very well for the last year. Next up...fireworks!Read MoreSensGard ZEMI love how portable these headphones are. They can fit right in your coat pocket. And they feel more like headphones, rather than earplugs.Read MoreSensGard ZEMMy student didn't like wearing the larger ear muffs but would wear the SensGard however because they are plastic they broke rather quickly.Read MoreSensGard ZEMAs an occupational therapist and coauthor of Raising a Sensory Smart Child, I am always on the lookout for products that can be used to protect sensitive ears from intolerable noise. I recently came across SensGard and now it's one of my favorite sensory tools. It's lightweight, comfortable and works. I will now be recommending it to my clients with auditory hypersensitivity.Read More
Answered QuestionsMy grandson is a very tall 8 yr old who is allergic to latex. Would this product be suitable for him to try? He is on the Autism spectrum and has ADHD. His favorite color is lime green and these look really cool. Hopeful. Thanks