Hearing Aid Batteries
Hearing aid batteries are nearly as important as the hearing aid itself. Our hearing aid batteries are the highest quality and come recommended by leading hearing aid manufacturers.
Find out everything you need to know below about hearing aids batteries, the lifespan, how to store and dispose them below.
Types of hearing aid batteries
Modern, rechargeable hearing aids are growing in popularity - and for good reason too. Just place your hearing aid in the charging station when you go to bed, and they are ready to use when you wake up in the morning. What’s more - rechargeable hearing aids mean that you don’t have to buy battery replacements or continue throwing away used batteries, which is beneficial for both your wallet and the environment at the same time.
What hearing aids are rechargeable?
Several brands of hearing aids offer specific models which feature rechargeable hearing aid batteries. In our clinics you will find a broad range of hearing aid brands which feature rechargeable hearing aid batteries. All the models that can be recharged are behind the ear hearing aids.
- Life made simple.
- Never change hearing aid batteries again.
- Recharging is simple.
- 3-4 hours of charge provides full charge.
- Save money over time.
- All day use.
A new battery will keep your hearing aid powered for between three to ten days before it needs to be replaced. Its lifetime depends on the style of hearing aid you have, and how you use it. When you need to change the battery, you may hear a few short beeps.
How long do Hearing Aid Batteries last?
Hearing aid batteries can last from two days to two weeks, and the larger, non wireless, hearing aids often contain batteries that last longer. If you are wearing a hearing aid that connects Here at Hidden Hearing, we provide complete aftercare services to help you to care for your hearing aid and to prevent any problems developing. We will advise you on the best way to care for your device, and we are always on hand to help you with any questions you may have with other devices via Bluetooth, for example, this may drain your batteries more quickly. Once you have inserted a fresh battery, your hearing aid will start up as soon as you close the battery drawer. Then, your hearing aid may whistle while you hold it in your hand, so put it on immediately. To make your batteries last as long as possible, turn your hearing aid off when you aren't using it by opening the battery drawer.
When do you need to change your hearing aid batteries
You'll usually know when the batteries are running down because you will get warning signs
sometimes volume levels will drop or you will hear a constant beeping in your hear. This is an indication that it may be time to switch the batteries.
Occasionally, you may also encounter minor problems with your hearing aid. If it isn't working, it is always worth checking that the batteries haven't expired or that you have inserted them correctly before assuming that your device has malfunctioned – nine times out of ten, this is the cause of the problem, so always check the battery first before you go looking for your warranty!
How to expand the life of your hearing aid batteries
It's worth remembering that batteries also have a limited life span and will need replacing from time to time, which can get expensive over the long term. Luckily, Hidden Hearing offers all of its customers free batteries for life as part of our Complimentary Lifelong Aftercare Package.
How to dispose of your hearing aid batteries
Hearing aid batteries can be recycled. Please drop them off at a battery collection point. You can find a collection point at your local supermarket and also shopping centres have collections point. It’s important that you don’t put them in general waste as they will end up in landfill which can have damaging effects to the environment.