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Rechargeable hearing aids are becoming more common. It’s natural to assume they’re the preferred model. But is that true? Check out our breakdown to see if rechargeable is the way to go. You might decide traditional disposable batteries fit your needs better. Disposable vs. Rechargeable Disposable A disposable battery sits in a compartment in the hearing aid. You can easily access it via the battery door. When the hearing aid loses power, you switch out the battery for a fresh one. Rechargeable Rechargeable batteries are sealed inside the hearing aid. There’s no battery door, so you can’t access the battery. When the hearing aid loses power, you put the hearing aid on or in a charging station to recharge it....
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Harry and I so appreciate your time and the information you gave us. You have a gift for explaining things well. An added bonus is that Harry has been wearing his hearing aids much, much more, even at home! Thank you!
He was kind enough to take the time to explain my hearing loss, its causes, and my options to improve my hearing. Together, we chose hearing aids that have been a blessing to me and my family. I can actually hear again and enjoy going out in public.
In my 28 years of wearing hearing aids, I’ve had several audiologists in several states. You are the best I’ve ever seen. As I live out the rest of my life, I’ll feel peace in knowing you will be there to help me hear what’s going on in the world.
He actually listened to me and helped me choose the right hearing aid for my hearing loss, lifestyle, and budget. He was so patient with my questions. As a result, I can hear better than I have in years.
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510 1st St S
Winter Haven, Florida 33880
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Friday: 9am-4pmLearn More
704 SR 60 E
Lake Wales, Florida 33853
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Monday–Thursday: 9am–5pmLearn More