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This entry was posted on 24th August 2012 by Gary.
Hearing aids are a popular way of coping with hearing impairment and help the hearing impaired in managing their disability and improving their lifestyle. There are many different types of hearing aids. They come in various shapes, colours, price tags, designs and functions. Depending on the specific case in terms of hearing loss, severity and age of the wearer, the recommended hearing aid may differ for each individual person. It is also important to note that hearing aids are so advanced that some are simple and extremely easy to use and others more complicated offering a multitude of features.
There isn’t one very specific type or model of hearing aid that is considered easy to use. Easy to use hearing aids are those that are easy to manipulate and control, have simple yet essential functions, are suitable with people with dexterity problems and comfortable enough for quick adjusting, taking off and cleaning. There are many models of hearing aids that fit this description and that are pleasing to the eye, discreet and affordable.
Usually those that prefer to use such hearing aids are often elderly, who neither require, nor can manage in many cases, to take advantage of very complex devices that have a variety of functions. The most appropriate hearing aid for this group of the hard of hearing population is the one that is large enough to be easily manipulated, has suitable amplification power for their condition, is durable and easy to put on and take off.
Hearing Direct has a range of easy to use hearing aids that are particularly suitable for the elderly as they have the basic functions any hearing aid should feature and at the same time are at a very reasonable price. Such hearing aids include both behind the ear and in the ear types that are small and unobtrusive yet large enough not to be lost or difficult to adjust and control. Some models to consider are:
• HD 100 – This a small and discreet in the ear hearing aid that features the latest digital technology in order to offer a crisp and powerful sound. It has a convenient low battery warning to let you know the right time for changing the battery and switches on automatically once the battery is correctly put in its compartment. The HD 100 is suitable for people with mild to moderate hearing loss.
• HD 200 – This in the ear hearing aid is just as small as the HD 100 model but in addition, it comes in different colours such as beige, grey and black and has an option for adjusting the volume. Both hearing aids are easy to insert and have a convenient extraction cord for pulling out of the ear.
• HD 300 – Behind the ear hearing aids are a very good choice for the elderly as they are easy to put on, manipulate and clean. The HD 300 is a powerful digital hearing aid that in addition to its discreet design has a volume control option, Telecoil function, different colours and supports long battery life. It is especially appropriate for those with dexterity problems. Moreover, it has an open fitting for extreme comfort and blockage-free feeling.
All hearing aids offered by Hearing Direct come with a 12 months full warranty and a trial period of 30 days.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids on 24th August 2012 by Gary.
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