How to Keep Wireless Earbuds from Falling Out?
Using headphones is a very convenient way to listen to music and other media when traveling, playing sports, or just when you don’t want to disturb the people around you, but it will also be quite inconvenient if you always have to try to keep the headphones from slipping out of the ear.
Of course, there are many different sizes, and you may have to buy another pair of headphones that suits you best; however, there are a few tips you can apply before investing in a new pair of headphones. Trim at the bottom to prevent the existing headphones from slipping off.
Insert the Earbuds firmly into your ears. The headset fits snugly against the ear canal. If you feel uncomfortable with the headphones, insert them gently into your ears.
Pull lightly on the earlobes with one hand to widen your ears, and then release your arms to hug and hold the headset firmly.
Use the wrapped button that comes with your headset. Do not remove the foam or plastic buttons that come with the headset upon purchase. Even if one ear is slightly larger than the other is, you can use two different button sizes.
You can purchase additional accessories for your existing headphones to customize them to your liking.
These accessories are handy for improving the fit of the round headphones supplied with your device. You can choose buds, and soft rubber buttons are popular to help the headphones sit in your ears.
Earwax build-up can cause the Earbuds to fit snugly around your ears and fall out easily.
Using a cotton swab will cause the wax to sink deep into the eardrum, forming it in your ear, making it uncomfortable to wear the headset. Do not use headphones and get an ear test if you think you have earwax in your ears.
If you want to wear headphones while exercising, regular round headphones will not work for you, even if they fit well.
Get a pair of special sports earphones that are hook-like and have a rubber band wrapped around your head to prevent the buds from falling out of your ear during exercise.
Although athletes widely use ear hooks, some may scratch the skin when worn for a long time. If you have this problem, you might consider buying a pair of buds that correctly fit the “prongs” or wireless earphones.
If you wear the Earbuds during heavy exercise or hot weather, sweat may cause them to fall out. Look for sweat-resistant headphones if you sweat in them.
If there is a risk, of the earphones encountering water, such as when running long distances or doing winter sports, we recommend that you choose waterproof Earbuds to prevent water from falling out of your ear.
Check the IP rating (international standard for levels of protection) on the packaging of the Earbuds for resistance to sweat or water. Many vendors sometimes offer misleading advertisements. You can even buy waterproof swimming headphones!
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