Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Rechargeable hearing aids have been around for a while now, with Siemens Hearing paving the way with behind-ear models and Hansaton being the only brand having released in-ear models.

However, in 2017 several more leading hearing aid suppliers have now 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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Where are we now?

As of 2017 rechargeable hearing aids have started using more the advanced lithium-ion rechargeable battery technology.

Lithium-ion batteries are more robust than previous rechargeable batteries and do not fade in performance over time. Lithium-ion batteries are also quicker to recharge.

If you have rechargeable hearing aids prior to 2017 then you will be using older technology batteries; which do tend to fade in performance over a year or two.

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Phonak entered the rechargeable hearing aid market with the Audeo B-R (receiver-in-canal) in 2017, and soon extended this to include the Bolero B-PR (standard BTE model).

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Signia / Siemens

Siemens Hearing were the first to introduce rechargeable hearing aids, and it has taken many years for other suppliers to enter th fray. Siemens hearing aids, now Signia, introduced lithium ion technology in the Signia Cellion receiver-in-canal hearing aids (pictured).

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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.

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Starkey have also entered the market of rechargeable hearing aids in 2017 with the Starkey Zpower receiver-in-canal hearing aid.

A fully wireless compatible and highly advanced hearing aid to compete with the above alternatives.

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A look to the future

The inventor of lithium ion battery technology – Mr John Goodenough.

Developments are being made for higher capacity, increased longevity and quicker charging batteries, which will in turn find their way into the hearing aid market and will allow for smaller rechargeable hearing aids.


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