Hearing Aid Battery Tester
- Hearing Aid Battery Tester
- Saves time
- Quickly determining if your hearing aid battery is good.
- Easy to see LCD display
- Built-in battery holder
- Works with ALL hearing aid batteries
- Compact keyring design
- Storage compartment for spare batteries
- Easy to read bar graph indicator, LCD display
- No extra batteries required to use it
- Can also be used to test 1.5v button cells with small diameter
- Mini size: 29 x 63 x 13mm (1.14 in. x 2.4 in. x 0.5 in.)
- Weight: 15g (0.5 oz.)
- Durable blue plastic exterior
Hearing Aid Battery Tester
Save time, aggravation, and money by quickly determining if your hearing aid battery is good or bad (charged or uncharged). This small key-chain battery tester features an easy to read LCD display and built-in battery holder. Works with ALL size hearing aid batteries (675, 13, 312, 10, and 05) and more. Works with 1.25 – 1.5V hearing aid zinc-air button batteries. Will even test some watch batteries.
This hearing aid battery tester is one of the few tools that can check battery life. This smart accessory can ideally be placed on your key-ring and is small enough for pockets and bags. You can check the life of any size hearing aid battery.
Pocket-size hearing aid battery tester with storage for 2 spare hearing aid batteries. Perfect for traveling or for anyone who spends time out and about. You’ll never get caught with flickering sound or loss of sound from your hearing aid. Keep this handy tester readily available to quickly test any battery you may suspect is running low. The caddy keeps two spares ready at all times in case you need a fast battery change on the go.
The tester is easy to use: Simply insert hearing aid battery and the LCD digital display lights up to show the charge level with an ascending bar.
How long do hearing aid batteries last? This is an important question for users of hearing aids to consider. The lifespan of hearing aid batteries can be crucial when it comes down to purchasing a new device or looking for value for money. Much like many battery-related questions, this one is dependent on many variables. Your device will usually dictate the required battery and there are several considerations to take into account.
Naturally, the more you wear your hearing aids, the quicker the batteries will deplete. Hearing aids belong to a group of high demanding devices and require optimal power consistently. It is only when the device is switched off that power is not used.
All zinc-air hearing aid batteries rely on the air entering the battery to start the reaction that produces power. On unused hearing aid batteries, they will have an adhesive tab on the top to prevent air from entering the battery and starting the reaction. As soon as you remove this tab, the reaction and battery life begin. I can take up to 5 minutes for the hearing aid battery to reach full charge. The battery’s life will continue to deplete, even if not in use.
As a consequence of these various factors, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with your device’s low battery warning notification process. After a while, you will become accustomed to the duration to expect for your particular hearing aid and its typical usage pattern.
Furthermore, you should consider carrying an additional battery set just to be on the safe side.
For more information on hearing aids, hearing aid batteries, or hearing aid batter testers, please call 1-800-416-2434, Monday thru Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time (6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Pacific Time) USA.