How much do hearing aids cost?
We’ve created a short video to help explain the costs of today’s modern hearing instruments.
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When you remove the battery from the package there is a paper tab across the battery. When you remove this tab, it allows air to penetrate the battery and activate it.
Battery testers are available from your Avada clinician. The easiest way to test a hearing aid battery is to use a hearing aid tester. Another quick way to test a battery is to insert it inside the hearing device, and cup the product in your hand. You should hear a slight whistle (feedback) if the hearing instrument is working properly.
Battery life depends on several factors. The amount of amplification, the size of the battery and how often you are wearing the device all factor into the the longevity of any hearing aid battery. You should remember to turn the device off at night to preserve battery life.
No. Some batteries have much less power reserve than others. Avada only uses the premier battery with the longest life.
To promote the professional care at Avada, we invite anyone owning other brands to stop in and have a complimentary clean and check of your hearing device. While there, if possible we'll check the settings of your device and offer free adjustments. With this service, we'll give you a fresh package of our premier batteries so you can see the Avada difference.
|Hearing Aid Battery Comparison Chart|
|Common Name||Other Names||Milliamp Hours|
|13||Orange Tab - 26||280|
From your technical data chart on your particular device, find your "Battery Drain" number, it is displayed in milliamp Hours (mAh). Look at your battery type and index your mAh to determine the average number of hours your hearing aid battery should provide. Note, many factors, such as your volume setting and background noise can affect your actual number of hours.
|Battery Drain Chart|