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Posted Monday September 14, 2020

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Audiologist Hannah Teviotdale at our Mosgiel clinic is impressed with the benefits these hearing aids deliver.

“They are great for those with steeply sloping hearing loss, or high frequency loss in general. I’ve happy clients with severe hearing loss who’ve been fitted with super power models, and they’ve reported better clarity of sound and speech understanding,” she says.

“These are clever little devices,” she says, “that focus awareness so you fully hear what’s going on in the environment while also making it easier to understand conversations.

“The rechargeable versions are so user friendly, especially if you have dexterity issues or can’t be bothered with changing batteries. You also don’t need to clip the aids into their charger. They are held in with magnets and are easy to insert and remove. A three-hour charge gives you at least 20 hours use.

“And if you have any issues with the batteries, our clinics can change them without having to send the hearing aids away.

“I like that they are compatible with iPhone and iPad technology for Bluetooth streaming and their smartphone app means you can remotely control the settings for volume or to change program setting for such things as an extra ‘speech in noise’ boost.” 

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