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This entry was posted on 13th August 2018 by Gary.
Waterproof hearing aids are extremely hard to come by. Moreso, due to the fact that there is currently no device that can be worn in constant contact with water. However, water-resistant models and features are easier to find...
We guide you through the basics of waterproof hearing aids and what to look out for.
Unfortunately, you can't.
In 2013, the Siemens Aquaris was born, designed as a completely waterproof hearing aid. However, it was discontinued and is no longer available to buy.
Despite a total lack of waterproof hearing aids, water-resistant and moisture-resistant devices are available. They are able to combat the likes of rain, sweat, and more humid environments. These models are the next-closest thing we can get to actual waterproof hearing aids.
You may require a more robust device that is better suited for your lifestyle. At Freehearingtest, you will find a quality range of models designed for those with a mild to moderate hearing loss.
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P 640S Digital Hearing Aid (UK only)
The P 640S behind-the-ear device comes completely nano-coated. This makes it more robust and durable than other models. The nano-coating is what makes the hearing aid water-resistant, as well as offering added protection. As a result, the device would require fewer repairs and is easier to clean.
The P 640S depends upon a size 13 hearing aid battery, one of the largest sizes which actually has one of the longest lifespans for today's hearing aid batteries.
HD 151 In The Canal Digital Hearing Aid
The HD 151 is one of our entry-level devices. It features a wax barrier to help protect from potential moisture damage. This makes it one of the most affordable moisture-resistant hearing aids available. It also contains the fundamental features you'd expect to effectively manage hearing loss. Almost invisible when worn, it’s incredibly small and can sit comfortably in your ear without the need to visit an audiologist.
HD 360 Behind The Ear Hearing Aid
The HD 360 is a prime example of a moisture-resistant device. It is one of the many models that we supply with includes a hydro guard. Outstanding elements to this hearing aid include an impressive 149-hour battery life and the multi-functional switch that makes it easy and flexible to set up. Protected with hydro-guard, it’s both water and dirt resistant, helping to preserve the hearing device for longer.
Many models we dispense come fitted with a hydro guard which acts as a barrier to moisture and dirt. The following options contain hydro guards:
Furthermore, you can compare hearing aids to assess price and features to identify the right device for you. Alternatively, you can contact us today to get an added clarity on water-resistant capabilities.
The answer is very.
With any electronic device, water is very much a foe, and this still applies to digital hearing aids. As waterproof hearing aids are not common in today's market, liquid damage is still very much a threat. Many newer models are water and moisture resistant so a little rain or getting a bit sweaty should not cause much harm to your hearing aid. Just don't forget to take them out before you get in the shower!
Submerging or swimming with hearing aids is not advised as this could completely ruin the device.
You may also be interested in: Can I wear hearing aids in the rain?
Not all is lost.
As detrimental as water damage can be, should your device come into contact with liquids, do not panic. Acting quickly could be the difference between your aid functioning as it should or lasting damage. Wet weather conditions can be hard to avoid and accidents are unpreventable. If you do find yourself in a position where moisture is abundant, we recommend the following:
Heavy exposure to water such as getting trapped in a downpour, falling into a puddle, or even dropped in a drink can upset your device. If your hearing aid does get thoroughly wet, you should:
It is highly advised that in no way should you put hearing aids in the microwave, oven or call upon a hair dryer to help wish away excess moisture.
Moisture is one of the most common causes of hearing faults.
Regardless of style, shape or design, moisture will be a continuous threat to all hearing aids. Sometimes, this can become a little too much at times and our devices may need further care to keep them working at their best.
Hearing aid accessories such as dry kits and boxes, and dehumidifiers can prevent moisture damage. Shop our online store for:
You can search our website for the essentials you need to maintain and care for your hearing aids.
We are one of the world's leading hearing aids specialists. At HearingDirect, you will find a range of devices designed with affordability in mind. Alongside price, we are dedicated to improving the quality of life for the hard of hearing via dispensing high-quality amplified items.
This entry was posted in Hearing Aids, Hearing Information, Product Review and tagged hearing aids, Hearing loss, USA on 13th August 2018 by Gary.
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