This multi-patented technology has been tested across hundreds of ears, validated by University Studies, and funded by The National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.
EAR DEFENSE AIRTIPS create a second eardrum with a micron thin material to protect and enhance your hearing health.
Developed over the last 20 years by the inventor of the in-ear monitor headphones used by professional musicians. Stephen Ambrose has dedicated his life to finding out what causes noise induced hearing loss with the mission to Protect, Preserve and Restore Hearing Function.
Backed by 7 Patents the ADEL Ear-Defense is the first solution that creates a second eardrum to absorb harmful sound pressure levels without sacrificing portions of the audio spectrum, so sounds are softer and not muffled.
Today we are excited to announce the first step in our mission to protecting and improving hearing health. Ear-Defense AirTips – the next generation in protecting your hearing.
What does it do?
The patented AirTips Bubble fills with air, gently and perfectly sealing your ear canal, creating a second eardrum that protects against harmful exposure to high volume environments. Unlike traditional “ear plugs,” the Ear-Defense AirTips don’t sound muffled or “plugged up” - users can now hear the full audio spectrum at safe listening Levels.
Where do I wear the AirTips?
Simple Answer: Users can use AirTips Everywhere, but especially anywhere that ambient audio conditions are loud, noisy, and/or uncomfortable. At Work, Concerts, Yardwork, Sportsman Shooting, Motorcycles, Air Travel, Sleeping.. Anywhere that is loud.
Availability in Q1 2023 - Pre-Order Coming Soon
The ADEL™ multi-patented technology used in the Ear-Defense AirTips is a noise shield for your ears that creates a "Second Ear Drum” resulting in the most advanced, natural way to protect against noise and pressure induced hearing loss in a manner that doesn’t sacrifice audio fidelity. This enables users of ADEL equipped products to hear in a variety of environments without exposure to damaging sound pressure levels.