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Try Before You Buy | Free 1 Month Trial
Choosing the hearing aid that is right for you can be a daunting task as there are so many options to choose from and factors to consider.
To ensure you find the hearing aid that is right for you, we’re offering a FREE 1 Month Trial on our selection of Premium Hearing Aids.
Schedule an appointment before October 31, 2021, to take advantage of our Buy One, Get One 50% Off promotion! Call us at 613-714-1019 or register online to book your appointment today!
Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Our selection of quality rechargeable hearing aids offer you the best hearing technology at an affordable price, without the hassle of disposable batteries. By removing additional fees and unnecessary extras, we’re able to provide our clients with modern hearing technology, an excellent standard of customer service and care, and the most competitive rates.
Frequently Asked Questions | Rechargeable Hearing Aids
How many hours does it take to recharge the rechargeable hearing aids?
If the battery is completely drained, then the average charging time is around:
- 3-4 hours to reach full charge
- 1 hour to reach 50% charge
- 1/2 hour to reach 25% charge
Note that the loading time can depend on the age of the battery.
How do I know when the hearing aids are fully recharged?
The recharging process stops automatically when the battery is fully charged. On most hearing aids, the hearing aid has a small light which turns green when the battery is recharged.
How do I know when my battery needs to be recharged?
When the rechargeable hearing aid batteries are almost empty, the hearing aids send out a signal, which typically consists of three short beeps.
The signal indicates that there are about 2 hours of usage left before the hearing aids stop working. The warning sound is repeated every 30 min.
How long does my battery last before it needs to be recharged?
If your battery is fully charged, you can expect to wear your hearing aids all day. However, if you stream sound from another electronic device (such as the TV or your computer) for more than 8 hours, then you might have to recharge your hearing aids during the day
Invisible Hearing Aids
Together with your hearing care professional, choose the style that best matches your hearing loss, cosmetic preferences, and individual needs.
Pros & Cons of Invisible Hearing Aids
There are several factors that can determine which hearing aid is the right model for you. Your personal preference, your level of hearing loss, and your ear canal shape are all factors that help determine whether invisible hearing aids are a good fit for you.
- Small, discreet style
- Since they are protected by the outer ear, they are less likely to pick up wind noise
- Some wearers of the invisible-in-the-canal hearing aid report a more natural sound experience, since they are able to be placed deeper in the ear
- There are no external tubes / wires
- Since they are custom-fitted, they are comfortable for most users
- Users can use over the ear headphones as they normally would without having to connect to Bluetooth
They have a shorter battery life
The controls are harder to see and feel (since they are so small)
They are not suitable for all ear canal shapes (some ear canals may be too small)²
The smallest invisible hearing aids can be challenging to handle for those with dexterity issues
No binaural coordination possible between your two hearing aids
No Bluetooth connectivity available
Not available with rechargeable batteries
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Schedule a free hearing test* at our hearing clinic and our professionals will help you determine the best options for your specific type of hearing loss.
* for Ontario Residents