Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Rechargeable hearing aids have been around for over 10 years now, with Siemens Hearing paving the way with behind-ear models, and Hansaton being the only brand to have released in-ear rechargeable models.
Manufacturers haven’t really pushed rechargeable technology until quite recently, and in 2017 several more leading hearing aid manufacturers launched rechargeable hearing aid models.
Below we list the models currently available and welcome you to contact us to find out more, or book a free hearing test to see which may work best for you.
No more fiddling with batteries!
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Signia / Siemens : lithium-ion
Siemens Hearing were the first company to introduce rechargeable hearing aids. Siemens hearing aids, now branded Signia under the Sivantos Group ownership, introduced lithium-ion rechargeable battery technology in 2017 with the Signia Cellion hearing aids. The Cellion has ow been replaced by the Signia Pure Charge & Go, and Signia have introduced the amazingly thin and stylish Signia Styletto rechargeable hearing aid.
Unitron : silver-zinc
Unitron entered the lithium ion rechargeable hearing aid market in 2017 with the Unitron Tempus – the world’s smallest rechargeable (receiver-in-canal) hearing aid (at time of writing). A very nicely designed and highly technical rechargeable hearing aid option – utilising the Z-Power charging unit.Tips for extending battery life
Widex : silver-zinc
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