BECAUSE YOU DESERVE MEDICAL-GRADE
HEARING AIDS FOR LESS
Free yourself from the hassles of battery powered devices with our rechargeable hearing aids. With different options for whatever suits your needs and budget, you can finally get back to hearing life the way it was intended.
Batteries are inefficient, cumbersome, and bad for the environment. Instead, our hearing aids are rechargeable. You can charge them up each night, and start the day by putting them in and hearing vibrant, crisp sounds coming in clear.
In the past, hearing aids that you could charge were way overpriced, and not available to the general public. But, we’re changing that narrative - producing premium devices that don’t cost an arm and a leg.
What Are Rechargeable Hearing Aids?
In the past, hearing aids were primarily battery powered. You’d need to keep spare batteries on hand so that when your device inevitably started to die, you can swap in fresh batteries and go about your day uninterrupted.
But, the problem with these is they die quickly. In fact, you could end up replacing your batteries as often as every 5-7 days!
Rechargeable hearing aids, on the other hand, can be plugged in at night and charged up for the next day. This is a far more efficient technology, saving you tons of money in the long run while ensuring you never have to wake up to find out your out of batteries, and thus cannot go about your day.
Why Should You Consider Using Rechargeable Hearing Aids?
The most obvious benefit of rechargeable hearing aids is no changing batteries. If you’re unaware, changing the batteries on your hearing aid is not the same as changing them in your remote, for example.
It is far more tedious. And considering many of those struggling with hearing issues also struggle with motor skills, this is a daunting task. On top of this, the special batteries required in hearing aids are not cheap - this weekly cost will certainly add up.
You should also consider the benefits these chargeable hearing aids have on the environment. Those lithium batteries aren’t great for our atmosphere, because they’re hard to recycle. Here’s a staggering figure for you: over a three year period using two battery-powered hearing aids, you will go through at least 300 batteries! In the same span, you’d only need to replace the battery on your rechargeable hearing aids twice.
Are There Any Drawbacks To Rechargeable Hearing Aids?
Of course, in the interest of transparency we want to share a few other things to consider when considering this type of hearing device.
The obvious issue is that if you forget to charge these, or end up staying the night somewhere unexpectedly, they could die on you. This can of course be alleviated by carrying your charging device with you when you leave the house.
These are a costlier investment up front over battery powered hearing aids - but as you can imagine, when your hearing aid is rechargeable, it saves you money in the long run on battery costs.
How Long Do Rechargeable Hearing Aids Last?
One of the questions we get the most frequently is, how long do rechargeable hearing aids last? This differs from brand to brand, and model to model.
For example, our cheapest option lasts 16 hours of continuous use. But, our higher end models last as long as 24+ hours of uninterrupted use. This means you can easily get an entire day's use out of even the cheaper model, and charge it up for the next day when you get in bed.
So Which Is Better - Rechargeable Or Battery Powered Hearing Aids?
When you compare rechargeable and battery powered hearing aids, it should be a clear choice between which is the best - the one you can charge every night to ensure uninterrupted use, while saving money over the long run!
You cannot go wrong with these devices, as just about anyone who’s tried each type will tell you.
How Much Are Rechargeable Hearing Aids?
Many people looking to invest in this type of device wonder if the price is worth it - simply put, it is! And you don’t have to take our word for it.
Think about the money you’ll save in the long run not having to replace battery packs. These really add up, especially when you factor in the special batteries needed to operate these devices.
When you go to the doctors office or any sort of clinic, you may be quoted as high as $4,000 for a rechargeable hearing aid! This is a down payment on a new car, and an outrageous price tag to put on medical equipment.
That’s why we’re disrupting the industry, providing premium rechargeable hearing aids as low as $297! Let’s talk more about why we have over 35,000 happy customers who are hearing life crisply and clearly.
What Are The Best Rechargeable Hearing Aids?
When you buy rechargeable hearing aids at Blue Angels Hearing, you get the best devices money can buy at an incredibly affordable cost.
With three options to choose from, we have something for everyone who wants to take back control of their life and turn the volume up. Here are just a few noteworthy features of our line:
- Noise cancelling technology, drowning out background noise to help you focus on hearing what matters.
- No whistling feedback associated with some hearing aids, with an advanced feedback cancellation technology.
- Incredibly 24+ hour battery life, with an included charging case as a bonus!
- Virtually invisible design, keeping your hearing issues discreet and allowing you to feel comfortable in your own skin.
With our cutting edge technology, we can safely guarantee you will hear better with our devices - and if you don’t we’ll give you your money back! That’s how strongly we feel.
Never miss a moment again, and save thousands by investing in rechargeable hearing aids at Blue Angels Hearing today.