London: Are you fed up with ear painwhen a plane takes off or lands? Thats the sound of permanent damage to your hearing.
Specsavers hearing centres has joined with Elxir to offer ten pairs of hearing protectors worth £15 each.The instant-fit hearing protectors are small and discreet and will protect your ears from the pressure of taking off, landing and background engine noise.
The special acoustic filters in the FlyFit earplugs protect you against excessive ambient noise. During a flight, the unpleasant pressure on the eardrum during landing and takeoff is carefully regulated.
Specsavers also offers custom fit hearing protectors, suited to those regularly working in noisy environments. For more information on these or to locate your nearest Specsavers hearing centre, please visit www.specsavers.co.uk/hearing-centresor call 0808 143 1143.
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Specsavers was founded by Doug and Dame Mary Perkins in 1984 and is now the largest privately owned opticians in the world
The couple still run the company, along with their three children. Their eldest son John is joint managing director
Specsavers has more than 1,060 stores throughout the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Spain and Australia
Annual turnover for the Specsavers Group is forecast to reach a record £1.05 billion for the financial year 2008/9
The group plans to continue its successful international expansion by opening stores in New Zealand
Specsavers optical stores and hearing centres are owned and run by joint venture or franchise partners.
Specsavers employs more than 26,000 staff
Specsavers was voted Britains most trusted brand of opticians for the seventh year running by Readers Digest in 2008
One in three people who wear glasses in the UK buy them from Specsavers Opticians eight and a half million glasses were sold during 2007
Specsavers is the largest retail provider of home delivery contact lenses in Europe and one of the top two retail suppliers of continuous wear lenses in the world
Specsavers is now the largest retail dispenser of digital hearing aids in the UK and will offer a hearing service from more than 400 locations by the end of 2008
Specsavers supports numerous optical and hearing charities, including Diabetes UK, for whom they have raised more than £250,000 to fund research into diabetic retinopathy
Since 2003 a quarter of a million glasses have been collected and recycled by Specsavers stores for Vision Aid Overseas for use in developing countries