Rechargeable

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Say goodbye to batteries.

Receiver-in-canal (RIC)

Behind-the-ear (BTE)

Receiver-in-canal (RIC)

RIC hearing aids

Superior sound quality

Receiver-in-canal hearing aids are suitable for all levels of loss and offer the best sound quality.

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Behind-the-ear (BTE)

BTE hearing aids

Comfortable and powerful

Behind-the-ear hearing aids owe their popularity to their power, ease of use and durability.

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Freedom to make the most of your day

With advanced lithium-ion technology, our fully rechargeable hearing aids allow you to carry on your active life with simple and reliable charging. These hearing solutions are hassle-free, long-lasting and flexible.

Lithium-ion

Convenient

Advanced features

Lithium-ion

Built-in power

Lithium-ion (or Li-ion) technology means you can say goodbye to replacing hearing aid batteries. With these rechargeable hearing aids you reuse the same battery and simply place the hearing aids in the charger. No worrying about if they will fail to charge!
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Convenient

Fits your lifestyle

Lasting up to 24 hours, you can charge your hearing aids overnight and wear them all day. The charger is very small and portable, so it's easy to bring along when you travel. Rechargeable hearing aids allow you to carry on with your busy, active lifestyle and connect to the people and things you love.
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Advanced features

Offering the latest technology

In addition to rechargeability, these hearing solutions integrate seamlessly with your busy life thanks to advanced features such as directional microphones, Bluetooth connectivity and voice recognition. 
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Three benefits of rechargeable hearing aids

Better for the environment

Here’s a tough pill to swallow: An estimated 1.4 billion disposable hearing aid batteries end up in landfills every year. And two digital hearing aids will use up an average of 300 (or more) batteries in a three-year time span. Compare that to rechargeable hearing aid batteries, which can easily last a year (or in some cases, several years) before needing replacement. 

Easy to use

No tiny batteries to handle or replace. No finicky door to frequently open. No need to routinely order, ship or pick up more batteries. Many rechargeable hearing aids can be easily recharged hundreds (even thousands!) of times before needing replacement—a huge perk for those with arthritis, diabetic nerve damage or other dexterity challenges.

All-day convenience and confidence

Rechargeable hearing aids, when fully charged overnight, can easily last you through the entire next day. They’re even equipped to handle hours of wireless streaming from your phone, TV or other devices—a feature known to dramatically drain the juice from their disposable counterparts.

What makes Lithium-ion so great for hearing aids?

Long runtime + lifespan

Modern hearing aids are loaded with complex technology and highly taxing (aka battery-draining) features like Bluetooth streaming and binaural communication. Fortunately, Lithium-ion cells have a strong reputation for delivering reliable, long runtimes—anywhere from 19-24 hours—even under highly demanding conditions. And their overall lifespan is several years, compared to just one year for NiMH-powered hearing aids.

Fast, hassle-free charging

Li-ion technology allows for a quick charge when need be. For example, charging your rechargeable hearing aids for a mere 30 minutes can buy you up to eight hours of usage. While other rechargeable batteries have electronic contacts that need to be carefully and properly aligned with the charger, Lithium-ion batteries are recharged via electromagnetic induction. Simply drop the device into the charger and charging will automatically begin. 

Sealed for safety and protection

Since Li-ion batteries do not need to directly contact the charger, the battery door is left completely sealed until the battery needs replacement. The benefits? No risk of batteries accidentally falling out or being swallowed by children or pets, plus added protection against moisture, sweat and debris entering and damaging the battery.

How long do rechargeable hearing aid batteries last?

Daily runtime depends on several factors, including the battery’s materials, the climate/environment in which it’s being used and the complexity of the technology being powered by the battery. Lithium-ion batteries are particularly known—and praised—for their longevity: They can last up to 19-24 hours on a single charge, even under high-demand conditions such as wireless audio/video streaming.

In terms of overall lifespan, you might be wondering: Do rechargeable batteries go bad? The answer is yes—eventually. But they’re designed to handle hundreds (or even thousands) of charges before needing replacement. Lithium-ion batteries boast a long lifespan—anywhere from three to five years. 

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