Rechargeable Hearing Aids
One of the main elements of a hearing aid is its ability to function autonomously. Having to constantly be on the lookout for batteries can turn wearing a hearing aid into quite a nuisance. At Claso we offer a wide range of high quality rechargeable hearing aids; with a single charge, you can use them for up to 24 hours at a time.
The most important element of these rechargeable hearing aids is, of course, the battery. Made of Lithium-Ion, this material has a large capacity for energy storage, much larger than those materials with which the hearing aid batteries were built up until now. The batteries in these hearing aids are very small and their consumption is quite low; in a charge of just about 3 hours it can last a whole day without having to recharge it. Lithium-Ion is also a very durable material, and batteries made of it rarely break down for up to 6 years of use.
While rechargeable hearing aids do not offer any advantage over other hearing aids in terms of auditive quality, it is clear that you will find advantages at other levels, the most obvious being the usability level, since you won't have to worry about changing the batteries. At the manipulation level, your only concern will be to charge your hearing aid every night in its charging case, a very easy process that doesn’t require any complex manipulation.
If you forget to charge your hearing aid some night, the device will warn you about half an hour before running out of battery, giving you time to give it a momentary charge so it keeps working for the remainder of the day. In fact, in some advanced models you can constantly monitor the charge level through a mobile app called RemoteControl.
Finally, it should be noted that the rechargeable hearing aids we offer at Claso not only help to keep the environment cleaner, but also substantially help your savings. Not using batteries is obviously a way of not impacting the environment in a negative way, and not having to buy batteries in 6 years will obvious save you money. To give you an idea, a non-rechargeable hearing aid uses an average of 60 batteries per year!