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Struggling with hearing aid batteries? We have the solution

2 Min read

18th Sep 2023

Hearing aids are crucial for those experiencing hearing loss. They allow you to maintain your independence and continue enjoying the things you love. However, dealing with traditional hearing aid batteries can be a major inconvenience, especially for those with dexterity issues or who live a busy lifestyle. 

At our Worcester and Stratford-upon-Avon hearing centres, we understand these difficulties and are proud to offer a solution: rechargeable hearing aids. Read on to find out more.

Why Rechargeable Hearing Aids?

Traditional hearing aids use disposable batteries, which need to be replaced frequently, typically every 5-14 days depending on usage. This can be particularly challenging for people with arthritis, tremors, or other conditions that affect their hand dexterity. 

Replacing tiny batteries can be fiddly and frustrating. There’s also the constant need to keep a supply of batteries on hand and to dispose of used ones properly.

Rechargeable hearing aids simplify all of this. They come with built-in batteries that can be recharged nightly, just like you would with your mobile phone. This means no more fumbling with tiny batteries or worrying about running out.

Rechargeable Hearing Aids at WS Hearing

We offer a wide range of rechargeable hearing aids at our Stratford-upon-Avon and Worcester clinics, including:

Phonak Slim

Phonak Slim hearing aids are known for their exceptional sound quality and seamless connectivity to smartphones, TVs, and other devices. The Phonak Slim Charger is a compact charger with a sleek appearance that perfectly complements the Phonak Slim, charging the hearing aids in just three hours to offer a full day of hearing.

Oticon Real

Oticon Real gives you the option of 2 types of chargers: Recharge your hearing aids on the go with a built-in power bank with the award winning SmartCharger or the Desktop charger that gives you a full day’s power, every day. Plus, it offers Bluetooth connectivity to all of your devices and Oticon’s accessories like remote microphones to enhance your listening experience.









At our hearing centres in Worcester and Stratford-upon-Avon, we are committed to helping you find the perfect hearing solution that fits your lifestyle and needs. 

Our team of experienced audiologists will work with you to select the best rechargeable hearing aids for your unique hearing profile. Say goodbye to the hassle of traditional batteries and embrace the convenience and ease of rechargeable hearing aids. 

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discover the difference that rechargeable hearing aids can make in your life.

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Tom Dixon

Tom Dixon Director of Audiology

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