Our most advanced Calmer in the range. Worn in the ear to minimise stressful sounds and focus on the important ones.
A small in-ear device
Calmer is a small device worn in the ear to reduce stressful sounds. From traffic noise to busy family life, Calmer features a unique technology that reduces distortion in our ears and calms your environment in a subtle, but potentially life-changing way. Sounds that previously got you on edge are mellowed, resulting in a calmer, less stressful environment.
SOFT SILICONE + SOLID ALUMINIUM
Calmer Pro is the most advanced version in the range. Featuring a precision engineered aerospace aluminium reflector encased in a soft silicone outer. Calmer Pro reveals even more detail in sound, while delivering a higher reduction in stressful frequencies.
What Calmer Pro does
As you can see from this graph you can hear more with Calmer pro - so you are less withdrawn from the world - whilst enjoying an even better stress reducing experience.
How it works
Calmer PRO removes the resonant effect of the Concha by using a tiny waveguide inside our ears. The Concha is the small shell shape that connects to our ear canal which normally resonates mid frequency sounds.
By removing this resonance, mid frequency sounds have none of their normal painful aspects.
“We conducted a range of tests on Calmer and found it to significantly reduce sound levels at middle to high frequencies (2 kHz – 8 kHz). This successfully meets Flare’s design objective.”
Perfect for reducing stress from: Sensitive hearing, Hyper-sensitivity to sound associated with autism, Hyperacusis, Misophonia, noise related stress & other hearing conditions
• In noisy areas
• Travelling / commuting
• In the workplace
• Anywhere you'd like a calmer environment
What does Calmer Pro do?
• Reduces stressful frequencies without muffling sound
• Soothes sound sensitivities & helps you feel calmer
• Our most advanced model
• Comfortable to wear
• Patent pending technology | 2004011.9
• Soft silicone outer with precise aluminium core
Calmer Pro has been independently tested by the ISVR (Institute of Sound and Vibration Research) at the University of Southampton.