Hearing Aid Batteries
Hearing aids require a source of power to function properly and provide you with better hearing. All hearing aids run on batteries. We like to save you money, that’s why we offer fresh name-brand batteries, often times cheaper than the big stores. Don’t get caught with a bad batch of batteries from no-name dealers. For the same money, you can get fresh name-brand batteries that will not ruin your hearing aids.
Types of Hearing Aid Batteries
The most common type of hearing aid batteries are zinc-air button disposable batteries. All manufacturers use the same color scale – blue, orange, yellow, and brown – as well as numbers to specify the battery size. From smallest to largest hearing aid batteries are categorized as: 10, 312, 13, and 675.
We carry all sizes of hearing aid batteries and will advise you on which one is right for your specific device.
Hearing Aid Battery Tips
The lifespan of your hearing aid battery largely depends on the type of hearing aid you have, the type of battery, and how often you use the aid. You can maximize the lifespan of your batteries by following the tips below:
- Leave the battery compartment open at night so moisture can escape
- Store your hearing aids at room temperature
- Remove dead batteries immediately
- Do not place them in the refrigerator
- Wash your hands before handling the batteries
- Avoid storing batteries in extreme temperatures
- Remove the batteries from your hearing aids if you plan on not wearing your devices for an extended period of time
Rechargeable Hearing Aids
With today’s technology there are now rechargeable hearing aid batteries. With these devices, instead of having to change small hearing aid batteries, you simply place them in their charger at night and in the morning, you’ll have fully charged hearing aids! Rechargeable hearing aids are a great option for anyone.
If you are interested in a rechargeable hearing aid, contact us.
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