Acu-Life Dri-Eze Hearing Aid Dehumidifier
ACU-LIFE Dri-Eze Hearing Aid Dehumidifier is a specially designed dehumidifying system that provides an easy and effective way to help dry & dehumidify hearing aids.
Hearing Aid Dryer/Dehumidifier
The patented Dri-Eze Dehumidifier helps prolong the life of hearing aids and improve sound quality. Every night before heading to bed, place your hearing devices in the Dri-Eze. The Dri-Eze has an innovative built-in desiccant lining that removes damaging daily moisture. Protect your best hearing aids when not in use and help reduce costly hearing aid repair services.
- Acu-Life Dri-Eze Hearing Aid Dehumidifier works with any make and model of hearing aid
- No batteries or electricity to use
- Easy Open and Close
- Foam cushion protects your hearing aids
- Works for six months (keep closed when not in use).
Hearing aid dryer, do I need one?
HearSource recommends that every hearing aid user follows the recommendations of their specific hearing aid manufacturer recommendations. Proper care and maintenance of your hearing aids is important and can reduce the number of repairs required during the life of your hearing aids. Proper storing hearing aids in a safe, dry place when not being worn can help prevent malfunctions caused by moisture and debris.
Hearing aid dryers are not recommended for lithium-Ion rechargeable hearing aids as they should be placed in their respective hearing aid battery chargers when not in use.
Many hearing aid manufacturers recommend storing your hearing aids in a hearing aid dryer/dehumidifier. A dehumidifying storage box provides a safe and inexpensive storage option for hearing aids. This storage system is designed to safely remove moisture from your hearing aids.
There are many types of hearing aid dryers. Some require electricity, while other non-electric models use a desiccant or moisture absorbing gel.
You can purchase hearing aid dryers/dehumidifiers from HearSource.com.
Remember to clean the hearing aids and remove any visible wax or debris before placing your hearing aids inside the dryer. Leave the battery doors of your hearing aids open while storing them. Leaving the battery doors open will allow air to circulate through the hearing aids, permitting any moisture that is trapped inside to escape. Leaving the battery doors open while they are not in use will also help preserve the battery life of your hearing aids.
To keep your hearing aids completely dry, you’ll need a hearing aid dryer
Most hearing aids are designed to withstand water and humidity. With coating on metal parts and a good design that doesn’t let water in easily, hearing aids are generally well protected.
But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take an extra step to keep them dry. The more you take care to maintain and clean your hearing aids, the better they’ll work and the longer they’ll last.
There are many ways to dry your hearing aids, though. Drying boxes and dehumidifiers are some popular approaches.
How to use a hearing aid dryer
Hearing Aid Dryers are small jewelry or watch like boxes that use desiccants to dry hearing aids. Once you’ve decided which dryer is best for you, keep your hearing aid dryer in a convenient location that reminds you to put your hearing aids inside it while not in use.
You may also want to consider an electric forced-air drying system. For more information click here -> PerfectDry Lux Hearing Aid Dryer.
The PerfectDry LUX Hearing Aid Dryer, disinfecting, and cleaning system is an electronic device for the maintenance and storage of many kinds of hearing aids. The maintenance is ensured by the combination of a forced-air fan drying system and UV-C rays for disinfection.
This electronic hearing aid cleaner is equipped with a lamp that emits short UV-C rays. Its 360-degree circular disposition enables it to reach all the surfaces of the hearing aids for a deep clean. The UV-C rays destroy 99 percent of viruses and bacteria, which dramatically reduces itchiness and infections of the ear canal for more comfortable wear.