A recent survey discovered that 70 percent of hearing aid users would prefer rechargeable hearing aids over models that require frequent battery changes. Rechargeable hearing aids have been on the market for decades, but with increasing technological advancements, more hearing aid wearers are trying these new developments.
Advancements in technology have put rechargeable hearing aids at the forefront for many companies. Manufacturers have developed several different models of rechargeable hearing aids in recent months that are smaller, have longer battery life and charge quicker than traditional rechargeable hear aids.
Here are just some of the rechargeable hearing aids that have been introduced to the market in the last year:
The new small, discreet miniRITE-T allows people with mild to severe-to-profound hearing loss access to Opn’s revolutionary open sound experience. With the easy-to-use charger, Opn miniRITE can now be powered throughout the day. The rechargeable solution gives users maximum flexibility to interchange the rechargeable 312 batteries with disposable batteries if the user forgets to recharge the hearing aids overnight.
The Audeo B-R claims to be the longest lasting rechargeable hearing aid available today. With a battery life that last 24 hours when fully charged, there is also a quick charge feature that can give users a 6-hour battery life.
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With the ability to replace 100 regular hearing aid batteries, the Moxi Fit R from Unitron is the smallest rechargeable hearing aid. It can last 24 hours and is able to stream for 90 minutes.
Signia’s Cellion has a 24 hours battery life even when streaming. It is also the only rechargeable hearing aid that is contact free, wireless and inductive.
Winner of the CES 2016 Innovation Award Honor, the ZPower Rechargeable System has rechargeable batteries that only need to be replaced by a hearing specialist once a year.