If you started using hearing aids a long time ago, you probably think the standard replaceable zinc-air batteries are the only way to go. Thankfully, there are more options! Consumers now have the choice to use rechargeable hearing aids powered by lithium-ion technology.
Disposable batteries are not budget-friendly; that will change if you start using rechargeable hearing aids. While they are more expensive up front, they are cheaper in the long run. Not to mention energy-efficient, with nearly 20+ hours of life after each full charge.
If you’re like many hearing aid users, you probably worry about your batteries running out while you’re in the middle of a significant event or task. Once you switch to rechargeable batteries, you will have a reasonably accurate idea of when your battery will run out.
One of the things you probably noticed about your old zinc batteries is their vulnerability to changes in weather, which can zap their power rather quickly. That rarely happens with lithium-ion batteries, which are known to continue working optimally despite the weather.
Lithium-ion batteries do pose severe risks to the environment, but proper disposal practices control those dangers. You will recharge your hearing aids dozens of times before the thought of total replacement even crosses your mind.
When considering a switch to rechargeable hearing aids, think of simple convenience. You can charge your rechargeable hearing aids while sleeping instead of having a drawer full of backup batteries. You will find the ease of using hearing aids that recharge is a breeze!
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Rechargeable hearing aids are technology’s gift to those who want to enjoy hearing without too much fuss. With our help, you will be able to find the right pair of hearing aids that will fit you like a glove and recharge with ease!