We aim to dispatch all orders received before 11am on the same day, Monday - Friday (excluding weekends and bank holidays). Any delays with Royal Mail are outside of EarPeace International LTD's control, please allow an addition 2 days after any stated delivery time before contacting us. Please see below for all postage estimates:
UK Standard 2nd Class - Royal Mail aims to deliver your order within 2-3 business days, including Saturdays, but please allow up to 7 business days from the point of dispatch for this service. Please note that we cannot guarantee that you will receive your order within this time frame.
UK First Class - Royal Mail aims to deliver your order the next working day, including Saturdays, but please allow up to 5 working days from the point of dispatch for this service. Please note that we cannot guarantee that you will receive your order within this time frame.
In plain English, this means "How much does EarPeace turn down the volume?". When used properly, EarPeace reduces sound pressure by 75% while maintaining sound quality. The Federally required Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) is the offical measurement of this protection. EarPeace has a rating of 11 to 17 decibels. This means that 80% of people will get more than 11 decibels of protection and 20% of people will get more than 17 decibels of protection. This range is due to many variables such as ear canal size and following instructions. If users carefully follow the instructions they will get more than 17 decibels of protection across the sound spectrum and significantly reduce the chance of hearing damage in loud environments. See the Protect Your Hearing page for detailed information on how decibels are measured and hearing loss.
For EarPeace HD attenuations and sound reduction characteristics, see the EarPeace HD product page.
EarPeace was tested by Michael & Associates, the foremost independent lab in the USA for measuring hearing protection performance. The results of this testing are the "Noise Reduction Rating" or NRR (SNR for UK and Europe), a Federally required measurement in the US and an EU standard that is printed on the back of every EarPeace box. This rating is reached through testing on volunteers.