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This entry was posted on 5th July 2018 by Gary.
Hearing aid battery questions help provide the answers you need about all things battery-related. In this blog post, we present a list of the most common hearing aid batteries questions and supply the answers you need.
Hearing aids are a group of microcomputers which can help the hard of hearing manage certain types of hearing loss. These battery-powered sophisticated devices are the most effective solution to help manage mild to moderate hearing impairments.
To provide the required amplification, hearing aids require a power source in the shape of batteries. If you are researching more information on the various batteries available for hearing aids, the following common questions and their answers will help.
A. The longevity of hearing aid batteries will depend on a number of factors. Because there are a number of manufacturers, performance and longevity will vary from one manufacturer to the next. Furthermore, your precise hearing aid model and type of use will also influence how quickly the battery will be depleted. It makes sense that if you use your hearing aid more often, the battery will deplete quicker and of course, vice-versa. Your hearing aid will likely alert you to an imminent depleted battery, so within a couple of weeks of owning the device, you will have a pretty good idea of how long the batteries will last.
Hearing Direct’s range of hearing aids have an estimated battery life of:
HD 91 - 70 hours
HD 250 - 80 hours
HD430- 265 hours
HD 500 - 100 hours
You can compare our collection of hearing aids here to see how they rank up against one another and find a device that matches your needs.
Essential read: How long do hearing aid batteries last?
A. Each hearing aid can carry one size of battery and the required size will appear inside the battery compartment of the device. Hearing aid batteries are available in four common sizes.
Generally, the smaller sizes of battery are more accustomed to fit smaller devices. For example, little in-the-ear devices are more likely to require size 10 batteries as they're the smallest cells, whereas behind-the-ear devices are larger so can accommodate bigger, more powerful cells.
The blog post 'Hearing Aid Battery Sizes Explained', will shed the light on what type of battery is likely to be best suited to your device.
It's only natural to want to get the best from the cells you buy.
There are a number of tips you can try to help ensure that your batteries go the distance, as specified by the manufacturer's claims.
Click here to see how you can extend battery life and follow our ultimate guide.
We are a leading supplier of hearing aids and amplified items. The Hearing Direct team is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the hard of hearing and aims to do so by offering high-quality products and resources for the hearing loss community.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids, Hearing Information, Hearing Aid Batteries and tagged USA, hearing aid batteries, Hearing loss on 5th July 2018 by Gary.
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