Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Rechargeable hearing aids have been around for a long time however, it was not until a new generation of rechargeable batteries emerged that this type of hearing aid really gained in popularity. Rechargeable hearing aids of old were unpopular due to their power output and as new features were added to the battery, the usage got worst. That’s not the case these days, new rechargeable battery technology has excelled making these new hearing aids extremely convenient as they only require one quick charge per day as standard.
Rechargeable batteries can make life much simpler as there is no need to change and replace your batteries every week. Easy to use, these hearing aids can be charged while you sleep ready to be used the next day for a full day of listening.
Advantages of rechargeable hearing aids:
- Easy to use
- Simple to charge
- No swapping over of disposable batteries
- 24+ hour charge
- No inconvenience ‘dead time’
- Some Z-Power based rechargeable hearing aids batteries may be swapped over for disposable batteries at any time
- Ideal for wearers who find small tasks difficult e.g those with arthritis and other issues affecting dexterity.
Disadvantages of rechargeable hearing aids:
- Some batteries can not be replaced by user
- More expensive to purchase
- Z-Power based systems can be quite expensive to run
Read our comprehensive article on rechargeable batteries in 2018 for detailed information on the battery types and their pros and cons.
If you would like more information about rechargeable hearing aids, contact the friendly and experienced team at Value Hearing today.