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Custom molded ear buds

I saw on the internet somewhere some time back a tutorial where someone used some Radians custom molded earplugs to make some molded ear buds.  Anyway, here's how mine turned out:

I decided to make them because my ear buds hurt my ears after wearing them for any more than an hour (which I do all the time when I travel).  Anyway, I've worn them for over an hour once so far, and they are totally comfortable.  Cool thing is, I can pop the ear buds out pretty easily, and could probably switch in a nicer set of buds without a problem.  It's worth doing IMO.

P.S. My life is back on the strait and narrow after a few rough months were I didn't want to do anything, so expect me to be blogging and writing code, and doing a ton of more projects this summer.  Next up is making some carbon fiber shiznit for my KTM.

- Rob


Reader Comments (1)

You've got those tiny ears so I imagine that the custom ones work best.

October 11, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJosh

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