The advantages of rechargeable hearing aids: Good for the environment and for you
Available on the market for the past few years, rechargeable hearing aids have revolutionized the world of hearing prosthetics. While they first came out with rechargeable batteries that had to be replaced regularly, hearing aid companies now make rechargeable prosthetics with built-in lithium-ion batteries.
SAY GOODBYE TO HANDLING TINY BATTERIES
Built-in technology has eliminated the need for the battery compartment found in traditional hearing aids. Without batteries that need to be replaced regularly, rechargeable hearing aids are much easier to handle.
An excellent choice for people with reduced dexterity.
Besides handling, another great advantage of rechargeable hearing aids is their autonomy, or duration. One charge cycle supplies enough energy for a full day, up to 24 hours of use! You won’t have to carry around extra batteries anymore!
No more worrying that your hearing aids will stop working at the wrong moment.
SHORT CHARGE TIME
Charging the hearing aids completely takes just three hours. So if you forget to charge them and are in a rush, a quick 30-minute charge will still give you six hours of use.
The hearing aid charging box often includes a built-in dehumidifier. This function removes any humidity that may have accumulated in your hearing aids, which helps them last longer by preventing early deterioration.
Two steps in one: recharge and dehumidify at the same time.
FOR PEACE OF MIND
Rechargeable hearing aids are practical, eco-friendly and definitely the future of hearing prosthetics. They’ll give you peace of mind, knowing that you can wear them all day long without worrying about replacing the batteries.
These hearing aids come in different models (RIC, BTE, etc.). Your audioprosthetist will be able to help you choose the rechargeable solution that’s best suited for you and your needs.
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* The hearing aids presented on this page may not be ideal for you. An assessment by an audioprosthetist is needed to determine which hearing aids would best meet your needs.