Decibullz

Read 5 Reviews of Decibullz to check if it is legit.

Website & Phone:
 http://decibullz.com

Sophia
1 month ago

My brother got hearing protection custom made from this place. He got the Custom Molded Percussive Shooting Filters because he wanted it so much and I decided to get for him. It was well worth the price I paid for because he loves it

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Garry
5 months ago

I purchased a set of Decibullz custom NRR31 earplugs. They were not cheap, so I was expecting something of high quality.

The reviews for the Decibullz earplugs were pretty positive, none however mentioned that they arrive as a kit you have to construct and the piece that holds the earplugs in to the ear, is a piece of solid plastic that has to be heated to mould to shape.

Being very cautious I followed the instruction and put one in a cup of hot water (70 degrees, our kettle has four temp settings) for five minutes. This made only the very outer skin slightly soft, I waited quarter of an hour and tried again with water at 80 degreed, still roughly the same result. The large piece of plastic still did not fit in my ear.

Again being cautious I contacted Decibullz customer. I received an email telling me to use boiling hot water. I did but I still being concerned I did not leave it in the boiling water for five minutes. I checked after 3 minutes and the plastic was a small squidgy ball at the bottom of the container. I tired to mould the very hot plastic in to a shape and then in to my ear. It solidified with load of sharp edges, that are really not comfortable.

Thinking that I had possible caused the issue by trying three times, I had a go on the second earplug. This time with boiling water (as per customer services email) and I stood over the container gently prodding the plastic with a spoon. After two minutes the outer potion of the plastic started to come away from the main body, so I took it out the outer 1mm was soft and mailable but underneath the plastic was still hard and it was not possible to mould it.

I wrote to Decibullz again this time sending pictures or the dreadful results of using boiling hot water. This time they did not respond. Maybe there is a trick to getting them soft throughout with out the outer or all of the plastic turning to a blob and also once it has been heated, event the 2nd earplugs I did that I only softened the outer, the plastic becomes stringy and brittle (like hard candyfloss), no matter how gently I tried to form it the flaky nature the plastic strings means I could not stop it forming it to sharp edges. So a very expensive set of earplugs that are useless and non existent customer service, once you ask for some form of resolution.

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Rickey
5 months ago

I purchased a set of Decibullz custom NRR31 earplugs. They were not cheap, so I was expecting something of high quality.

The reviews for the Decibullz earplugs were pretty positive, none however mentioned that they arrive as a kit you have to construct and the piece that holds the earplugs in to the ear, is a piece of solid plastic that has to be heated to mould to shape.

Being very cautious I followed the instruction and put one in a cup of hot water (70 degrees, our kettle has four temp settings) for five minutes. This made only the very outer skin slightly soft, I waited quarter of an hour and tried again with water at 80 degreed, still roughly the same result. The large piece of plastic still did not fit in my ear.

Again being cautious I contacted Decibullz customer. I received an email telling me to use boiling hot water. I did but I still being concerned I did not leave it in the boiling water for five minutes. I checked after 3 minutes and the plastic was a small squidgy ball at the bottom of the container. I tired to mould the very hot plastic in to a shape and then in to my ear. It solidified with load of sharp edges, that are really not comfortable.

Thinking that I had possible caused the issue by trying three times, I had a go on the second earplug. This time with boiling water (as per customer services email) and I stood over the container gently prodding the plastic with a spoon. After two minutes the outer potion of the plastic started to come away from the main body, so I took it out the outer 1mm was soft and mailable but underneath the plastic was still hard and it was not possible to mould it.

I wrote to Decibullz again this time sending pictures or the dreadful results of using boiling hot water. This time they did not respond. Maybe there is a trick to getting them soft throughout with out the outer or all of the plastic turning to a blob and also once it has been heated, event the 2nd earplugs I did that I only softened the outer, the plastic becomes stringy and brittle (like hard candyfloss), no matter how gently I tried to form it the flaky nature the plastic strings means I could not stop it forming it to sharp edges. So a very expensive set of earplugs that are useless and non existent customer service, once you ask for some form of resolution.

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Nancy
5 months ago

Got the Professional High Fidelity Earplugs for my huband and I from this place and I love them. The sound and the quality of this place is nothing short from amazing. This is actually one of the best earplugs that both of us have ever used in our lives and I would recommend them to anyone looking for a pair.

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Chance
7 months ago

I got amazing headphones from this place and honestly, these are better than any famous stuff you can find! I really like them, the sound is great, its not bothersome too and its much cheaper than all the other options available

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