Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Rechargeable Hearing Aids
What Are Rechargeable Hearing Aids?
Today's rechargeable digital hearing aids are much more technologically advanced than they used to be. With simple and reliable charging, rechargeable hearing aids allow you to carry on with your active life without worrying about your hearing aids running out of power.
While many hearing aids come with disposable batteries, hearing aids without batteries – as rechargeable hearing aids are often referred to – are becoming increasingly popular. Rechargeable hearing aids let you enjoy superior sound quality without the need to regularly buy and change hearing aid batteries.
Hearing aids with rechargeable batteries can just be inserted into a recharging unit at night, or when you are not using them. With the battery built into the hearing aid, it means you don’t have to worry about a battery going dead, and no more inconvenient hassles of changing the battery.
The rechargeable option is available in ReSound Receiver-in-Ear (RIE) hearing aids. Sitting comfortably behind the ear, RIE hearing aids have more space for advanced features and extra power, yet they are very discreet due to their small size.
In a world where almost every piece of technology is accompanied by a charger, it’s only natural that hearing aids have become rechargeable too. Just like you would charge your smartphone overnight, the same routine goes for rechargeable digital hearing aids, so you’ll never have to miss a special moment because a battery needs to be changed.
While rechargeable hearing aids have been available for some time, they weren’t popular because of their low power output. Thanks to advancements in hearing aid technology, today’s best rechargeable hearing aids give you power that lasts longer than a full day.
Traditionally, the batteries were produced with Nickel metal hydride (NiMH). Now, the best rechargeable hearing aids use Lithium-Ion or Silver-Zinc battery technology, which has completely changed the performance of rechargeable digital hearing aids.
Utilizing the latest rechargeable battery technology, ReSound ONE, ReSound LiNX Quattro and LiNX 3D are our best rechargeable hearing aids, allowing you the freedom to experience high quality sound without the fear of losing power, or the hassle of carrying spare batteries.
What are the pros and cons?
• Charging is quick and easy. You simply place the rechargeable hearing aids on the charger, and they’ll automatically begin charging.
• With a full charge, the best rechargeable hearing aids can last up to 25 hours, including as much audio streaming as you want.
• With rechargeable hearing aids, you don’t have to fiddle with changing batteries.
• They are better for the environment than hearing aids with disposable batteries.
• The rechargeable option is not available for custom-made hearing aids.
• Rechargeable hearing aids might cost more than hearing aids with regular batteries.