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Hearing Aid Batteries

Ditch disposable batteries and embrace convenience with rechargeable hearing aids. This eco-friendly option lasts several years, saving you money over time. You’ll do your part to reduce waste, too, improving the environment one battery saved at a time!

Explore Our Range of Rechargeable Hearing Aid Batteries

Recharge at night, hear all day! Simply recharge when you go to bed for a full next day of worry-free listening. A single charge takes about 3-4 hours, keeping you powered up with sustainable and convenient technology.

Considering which battery option is best for you? Here's a quick comparison:

  • Rechargeable Batteries
    • Pros: Convenient, lasts all day on one charge, easy to manipulate, and environmentally friendly.
    • Cons: Not compatible with all hearing aid types. They also only last a day or two max.

  • Disposable Batteries
    • Pros: Universally available, easy to replace on the go. Last longer, anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks, depending on: hearing aid, battery type, and usage.
    • Cons: Less convenient, requires frequent replacement, difficult for those with dexterity problems, not eco-friendly.

Explore our range of rechargeable hearing aid batteries today! Not all rechargeable batteries are created equal. At Hear-Better, we offer a variety of high-performance rechargeable batteries designed for specific hearing aid models and user preferences. Our selection ensures you find the perfect fit for optimal performance and long-lasting power.

High-Performance Hearing Aids Batteries for Sale

The introduction of rechargeable hearing aids has had a drastic effect on hearing aids worldwide. Thanks to its rechargeable nature, you no longer need to keep a stockpile of batteries for your hearing aids. Although the upfront costs are greater, you save more over the long term.

Reliable yet cheap hearing aid batteries can be the difference between crystal clear hearing and an unreliable earpiece. We pride ourselves on our wide selection of batteries in various sizes, including 10, 13, 312, and 675.

We offer a wide range of rechargeable hearing aid batteries to suit any brand of hearing aid, including Siemens, Phonak, New Sound, and Doctor Paul. Explore our selection and find the perfect match for your hearing aid and lifestyle!

Shop Perfect Replacement Hearing Aid Batteries Online

Hear-Better offers a wide selection of high-performance hearing aid batteries and charging solutions to keep you powered up all day. But did you know several factors can influence your battery life?

  • Hearing Loss Severity: The more your hearing aid amplifies sound, the more energy it uses. So, with significant hearing loss, you may need to change batteries more frequently.
  • Daily Usage: The longer you wear your hearing aids, the faster the batteries drain.
  • Temperature Extremes: Both hot and cold temperatures can shorten battery life. Keep your hearing aids and spare batteries in a cool, dry place.
  • Battery Size: Smaller hearing aids often use micro-batteries, which may have a shorter lifespan due to less power capacity.

By understanding these factors, you can choose suitable batteries and optimize their performance for your needs. Shop our selection today and find the perfect match for your hearing aid and lifestyle!

Frequently Asked Questions

Choosing the correct battery for your hearing aid is essential. Most disposable batteries last 2-4 weeks. Here's a quick breakdown of the four main sizes and their strengths:

  • Blue Powerhouse (Size 675): This is the biggest and strongest battery. It's ideal for powerful hearing aids that require more juice.
  • Orange Champion (Size 13): The most popular size, the size 13 offers versatility for both behind-the-ear and larger in-the-ear styles.
  • Brown All-Rounder (Size 312): A bit smaller than the size 13, the brown 312 battery still packs a punch. This size is perfect for smaller hearing aids in both behind-the-ear and in-the-ear styles.
  • Yellow Discreet (Size 10): The smallest and most discreet option, the yellow size 10 battery is ideal for in-the-canal hearing aids.

Please note: Battery life can vary depending on your hearing aid's technology and how you use it. Newer generations of batteries often offer extended lifespans.

While hearing aid battery life can vary depending on usage, most users can expect them to last between 2 and 4 weeks. Several factors influence this timeframe:

  • How often you use your hearing aids, particularly in noisy environments
  • Size of the battery (larger ones like size 13 or 675 last longer)
  • Style of your hearing aid (behind-the-ear models tend to have more battery space)
  • Features it has (advanced functions like Bluetooth drain power faster)

Taking good care of your batteries by storing them in a cool, dry place can also help them reach their full lifespan.

Locate the small battery compartment, typically on the bottom or back of your device. Open it using the latch or tab. If there's an old battery, remove it carefully. New batteries often have a sticker on the positive side — leave it on! Insert the new battery with the positive side facing up, matching the marking inside the compartment. Close the compartment firmly until it clicks shut.

Rechargeable hearing aids use Lithium-Ion (Li-ion) batteries, similar to those used in phones. These batteries pack a lot of power in a small size (perfect for hearing aids) and hold their charge for a long time. This efficient technology lets you hear clearly throughout the day on a single charge.

Hearing aid battery life varies depending on size, usage, and technology. Generally, expect to change them every 2-4 weeks. Look for signs that the battery needs to be changed, like lower volume, distorted sound, or malfunctioning, as signs you need a new battery. Consult your hearing professional or user manual for specifics.

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