rechargeable battery Hearing aid with duration 80 hours ITE Ear hearing amplifier

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The model G-18 is a rechargeable battery Hearing aid with duration 80 hours ITE Ear hearing amplifier.Here,let us reply your question of rechargeable hearing aid where to buy ?Currently,there is a new brand manufacturer for the best rechargeable hearing aid,which is called the Earsmate from China,as one of a leading hearing devices supplier.

And it has gained the professional distributors from different countries of United State,Canada,Mexico,France,Spain, Portugal,German,Singapore,India,Japan and so on..


Questions and Answers:

1.How to pay and delivery?

 The buyers can pay for order by the terms of Paypal,Western Union,MoneyGram,T/T bank.

 We will ship the products to you by the shipping way of DHL/FedEx/TNT/UPS,or By air,by Sea-shipping

2.What is the hearing devices trending in 2019?

Hearing aids have come a long way since the first behind-the-ear models were developed in the 1960s and 1970s. In fact, you might remember what some of these devices looked like: big, bulky, beige, and very noticeable. They would sit uncomfortably behind the ear and amplify all the sounds around you. Now, fast forward to 2019 – hearing aids look more like something out of a James Bond movie than the big medical devices your grandparents used to wear.

Every year, manufacturers like Signia, Starkey,Earsmate and Phonak introduce new products and technology upgrades that are on par with the latest smartphones. That being said, here are just a few groundbreaking hearing aid innovations to look out for in 2019.

In a world of smartphones and portable electronic devices, it’s no surprise that many of today’s digital hearing aids are equipped with Bluetooth technology. Tech-savvy individuals love the convenience of being able to use their Bluetooth-enabled devices with their hearing aids. At the moment, there are several manufacturers that carry both in-the-ear (ITE) and behind-the-ear (BTE) models with Bluetooth connectivity. For instance, the Opn from Oticon is made for iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch®, allowing you to stream audio directly into your hearing aids. In most cases, this Bluetooth connection is wireless. However, small in the ear devices require the use of a streamer that is worn around the neck or placed in a pocket for hand-free use.

3.What is about the smartphone connectivity hearing aid?

Whether you're at a local coffee shop, home goods store, or at a park, you can be sure to find people staring down at the glowing screen that is in their hands. Moreover, with new Apple iPhones and Android devices coming out year after year, there is no doubt that smartphones will eventually replace landline phones for good. Although you don’t need a smartphone to operate a hearing aid, it can definitely make it easier to adjust settings and change programs. In 2019, hearing aid manufacturers are focusing on developing products that are compatible with smartphones. This comes with many benefits for the user, as it gives them more control over the way they hear in any environment. One major benefit of hearing aids with smartphone connectivity is the ability to adjust the volume, bass, and treble through an app. Older hearing aid models required either a visit to the specialist’s office for adjustments or fiddling around with the device itself. With the smartphone app, you can discreetly change settings and make adjustments on your own – without anyone noticing. Basically, the app serves as a remote control for your hearing aids.