"Cheryl Hall and I would also like to say a big thank you to Cens for your support. Your new Cens Digital Pro Flex II plugs are fantastic to use abroad in the heat, are really comfortable and block out guns shot very effectively. I turn mine off as I want the least amount of input whilst in the cage whilst Cheryl has hers turned on. We would not have wanted to be wearing cans in that heat. Thank you and we both can't wait to give them a try out on game soon. We are going to be doing more and more instruction at grounds and in the field and these plugs will be fantastic for instructing."
"Having previously worn the competition model, my new DX5’s are giving me better comfort and better protection, also having the different modes is such a great feature allowing me to use them in so many different situations, I couldn’t recommend these enough for anyone looking to have custom ear plugs"
"Just received your cens ProFlex DX5 wow!! They are brilliant so comfortable very clear to hear things. I am amazed with the Quality of workmanship I am over the moon thank you to everyone who was involved love them thanks again."
“I have been using my CENS since 2012, and would not be without them in the field. Not only do my CENS ProFlex digitals provide excellent noise suppression and the ability to hear ambient noise such as wing beats, they still allow you to have a normal conversation without the need to remove them. This makes them an invaluable part of my game shooting equipment.”
“I have just returned from a nine month tour of Afghanistan, where I have been using the CENS ProFlex Hunter Digital hearing protection on a daily basis. Very comfortable during long operations, provides excellent situation awareness whilst operating on foot or in vehicles and the ability to wear under radio headsets. A big thank you for a great product, amazing pieces of equipment”
“Having worn CENS digital for the past few months, there's no way I'd go back to using anything else.
The performance exceeds Puretone's description, whilst the ability to detect approaching game, literately can, and has to be heard to be believed.”