HearSource Hearing Aid Accessories
HearSource Hearing Aid Accessories include everything you will need to maintain your hearing aids at their peak performance.
Hearing Aid Batteries
Wax Filters (Wax Guards)
Programming Equipment & Software
Wireless Streamers & Sound Amplifiers
Why The Necessity for Hearing Aid Accessories?
After you have selected your hearing aids, it is time to choose the best hearing aid accessories to complement your hearing loss and lifestyle.
Hearing aids are meant to be worn daily, they require regular maintenance and upkeep to stay in proper working condition. Some of the necessary accessories needed to care for and maintain your hearing aids may be provided with your hearing aids as part of your purchase. Others you may need to purchase separately, and are purely optional.
Must-Have Hearing Aid Accessories
Hearing Aid Batteries
Like all things electrical, hearing aids require a power source. Many hearing are now using rechargeable battery technology. For rechargeable hearing aids, you will need a rechargeable hearing aid batteries and a manufacturer and model specific hearing aid battery charger. Other hearing aids that are not rechargeable use a common zinc-air hearing aid battery.
Hearing aid batteries are commonly available in four basic sizes. From the smallest to the largest: 10 (yellow), 312 (brown), 13 (orange) and 675 (blue). Your hearing aids will run on one of these specific types and size of batteries.
If you use common zinc-air hearing aid batteries, it is a good idea to always carry extra batteries with you.
Hearing Aid Cleaning Tools
Regular user cleaning and maintenance will keep your hearing aids working reliably and will extend their useful life. These are a few of the most common tools to use for everyday cleaning.
- Hearing aid cleaning brush: The soft brush cleans the microphone port and sound outlet area of a hearing device.
- Wax pick or wire loop: This tool is designed to help remove wax and other debris safely from hearing aid nooks and holes.
- Multi-tool: These all-in-one tools are versatile because they contain both a brush and a wax loop for thorough cleaning.
- Hearing aid case: Hearing aid manufacturers provide a protective case for hearing aids allowing for safe carry and storage.
Optional Hearing Aid Accessories
Hearing aid batteries and cleaning equipment are essential for every hearing aid wearer, optional accessories make caring for your devices easier and provide more benefits and additional functionality.
Hearing aid dryer/dehumidifier
If you perspire heavily, live in a humid climate or enjoy outdoor activity, these accessories can help.
Basic dehumidifiers work well and use a desiccant to draw moisture out of your hearing aids overnight. The desiccant lasts for an extended period of time (Months) with regular reactivation. Most desiccant dehumidifiers can be reactivated by warming in a microwave oven or placed in a conventional oven.
The more sophisticated PerfectDry Lux hearing aid dry box is a small electronic device that uses UV light to dry and sanitize hearing aids overnight. These are available for purchase online from HearSource.com
Bluetooth Streaming Devices
Most advanced hearing devices are already Bluetooth compatible, making it easy to connect wirelessly to various devices like cell phones, MP3 players and televisions. You will probably need a relatively inexpensive external streaming device designed to work with your specific hearing aids.
Assistive listening devices
These accessories can help your hearing aids work better in very specialized listening environments like classrooms, lecture halls, music venues and theaters. Some work with your home telephone to make conversations easier and still others can vibrate to wake you in the morning or alert you when someone is at your door.
Hearing Aid Accessories For Individual Lifestyles
There are many other hearing aid accessories to allow you to live life to the fullest, no matter your lifestyle.
There are many hearing aid accessories tailored to an individuals specific lifestyle. If you enjoy golfing, biking or running, hearing aid sweatbands will help protect your hearing aids from perspiration.
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