TWITCO Announces Release of Parmarlow Foam Eartip

TWITCO Announces Release of Parmarlow Foam Eartip

Press Release Dec 05, 2017

The Parmarlow ATFM Noise Reduction Foam Eartip is a comfortable sound tube tip that fits securely in the ear. The soft foam conforms to the ear, and blocks out ambient sounds. It is made of soft gray polyester and polyurethane.

The ATFM is easy to insert and stays in place without irritation. The tip can be used in either ear.

The Parmarlow ET-ATFM is sold in packages of 3 and boxes of 50. Available now from TWITCO Distributing. Order online at

For more information concerning any Parmarlow product, contact TWITCO Distributing at 603-532-4500.

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