Ditch the Disposables: Four Advantages of Rechargeable Hearing Aids

From laptops to remote controls, we've found a way to recharge everything. Why should hearing aids be any different? Here are four reasons to ditch disposable batteries, and opt for rechargeable hearing aids instead.

From laptops to remote controls, we’ve found a way to recharge everything. Why should hearing aids be any different? Here are four reasons to ditch disposable batteries, and opt for rechargeable hearing aids instead.

There are many different types of disposable batteries, especially when it comes to hearing aids. Chances are, if you’ve used hearing aids before, you’ve already bought a fair share of batteries. Hearing aid batteries are small and disk-shaped, and don’t hold a lot of charge before they begin to deteriorate. However, this isn’t the only option available to you. Rechargeable hearing aids aren’t a new concept, but it’s one that’s catching on.

Considering the benefits of rechargeable batteries, this is no surprise. When given the choice between replacing batteries and simply recharging them, most people would rather just recharge their devices. People prefer simplicity when it comes to the things they use every day, and hearing aids are no exception. Here are four advantages of rechargeable hearing aids, and how they might benefit you.

Four Advantages of Rechargeable Hearing Aids

1. Less hassle. If you use your hearing aids often, you might understand the hassle of replacing the batteries every few days. This process requires you to open your hearing aids, take out the old batteries, and put in the new ones. For people with poor vision or limited motor control, this can pose a problem. It’s much easier to place your hearing aids in their charging case at night, and then put on a freshly-charged pair in the morning.

2. Better for the environment. With lithium-ion batteries, there’s no need to toss out batteries every week. Hearing aid batteries are small, which makes them easy for animals to consume by accident. Rechargeable batteries can be re-used hundreds of times and have specific disposal guidelines. Chances are, as long as you have your hearing aids, you won’t need to toss out a thing.

3. No more margin costs. A hearing aid is an important investment, especially if you’re opting for a nice model. So you shouldn’t have to tack on additional costs every month. However, many people find themselves paying out of pocket for batteries every few weeks. Opting for rechargeable hearing aids can save you these recurring expenses.

4. Added convenience. You can charge your hearing aids overnight and then use them all day long between charges. With inductive charging, you don’t even have to worry that your hearing aids will fail to charge. Simply place them in the charger and the technology does the rest, similar to an electric toothbrush. Special chargers can even dehumidify your hearing aids overnight.

How to Recharge Your Hearing Aids

If you’re curious about how rechargeable hearing aids work, Signia offers a number of resources including walkthrough videos and testimonials. Rechargeable hearing aids are easy to use, and only require a push of a button to activate. Once they’re fully charged and inserted into your ears, you can begin listening to the world around you.

With rechargeable hearing aids, getting a low battery is no big deal. It can even be avoided with proper timing. After a long day, users can simply take off their hearing aids, put them in the charger and go to sleep. When they wake up, their hearing aids are freshly charged and ready to use. No beeping reminders, no trips to the pharmacy, and no battery replacements.

Charging our phones and laptops has become second nature, and adding your hearing aids to this routine is an easy step.

For users that want the freedom of wireless listening and the convenience of overnight charging, our Pure Charge&Gois the ideal option. Thanks to its rechargeable, high capacity lithium-ion power cell, Signia’s Pure Charge&Go offers a longlasting, superior hearing experience.