Tech Talk: The Rechargeable Hearing Aid Breakthrough
Rechargeable hearing aids have been around for more than 30 years. Despite that fact, they haven’t become particularly popular. This is strange since 45% of people with disposable battery hearing aids rated their battery life as “Less than Satisfactory”.
The past generations of rechargeable hearing aids were not without their problems either. Cumbersome size, limitations in their circuits, and lack of reliability were all problems people had with them. Recently, those problems have disappeared among rechargeable hearing aids and they have become a great alternative to disposable battery types.
Better battery life and improved size have caused the newest generation of hearing aids to take the industry by storm.
In fact, the newest generation of rechargeable hearing aids have tons of benefits:
- More comfortable
- Better for the Environment
- Increased Affordability
- Faster & Easier Charging
- Longer shelf Life
- More Power – Smaller Design
The Innovative Rechargeable Hearing Aid Taking The Industry by Storm
The new Phonak Audéo B-R is a perfect example of the newest generation of rechargeable hearing aids being superior to their disposable battery counterparts.
A single charge will give you 24 hours of hearing. That’s 2 full work days. Even if you forget to charge one night you will have the peace of mind knowing you will have some charge left for the next day. The smart charging options mean you can even charge it at work or school.
“9 out of 10 end-users reported being satisfied with battery life and the quick charging time.”- Field Study News
The battery life doesn’t get worse over time and it charges extremely quickly. The Phonak Audéo B-R shows just how far rechargeable hearing aids have come.
Rechargeable or Disposable: What’s Best For You?
Rechargeable hearing aids have reached a turning point. For more and more people, they are becoming a better and more viable option. Ask your hearing professional about the Phonak Audéo B-R and see if it is right for you.