For decades hearing aids have been powered by tiny button batteries. Today, hearing aids are powered by lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. Patients find these rechargeable devices far more convenient, easy to handle and have improve the reliability of hearing aids considerably as the hearing battery is completely sealed from dust, dirt and moisture.
Benefits of rechargeable hearing aids:
- Changing batteries –No longer an issue for people who find it difficult to manage little button batteries or have dexterity concerns. No more expense of batteries or carrying or losing
- All day hearing – rechargeable hearing aids can last day and night with one simple charge, including streaming to television, music, phone calls and more.
- Quick charging – rechargeable hearing aids can give you up to a full day of hearing with a 2-hour charge. Or rely on a short 15-minute charge to give you up to 3 hours of full performance. Charging times vary by brand.
- Moisture and dust protection – these hearing aids are completely sealed and many have an Ingress Protection dust and moisture rating of IP68. This means reduced maintenance and repairs. It can also increase the life of the hearing aid.