Widex receiver links are flexible, for a better physical fit, more secure fit in the ear canal, and create a more discreet appearance. Because it better follows the shape of the ear, the Widex receiver link solves both the problem of sideways movement and the “cosmetic gap.”
It is a very easy process to remove the old speaker wire and replace with a new one, simply tug the speaker wire gently away from the body of the hearing aid vertically and the wire should detach fairly easily. To put the new speaker wire onto your hearing aid the pins on the new speaker wire simply slot straight into the top of the hearing aid in the same slot you have just removed your old speaker wire from.
Who is Katapult?
Katapult offers a simple, straight-forward lease-to-own option, with no credit needed to help customers get durable goods from top retailers then pay over time.
What is lease-to-own?
Lease-to-own means that you make recurring payments for the use of the products you have selected. You have no long-term obligation to continue leasing and can return the product to Katapult at any time with no further obligation other than amounts past due.
Pricing may vary by state and does not include sales tax. Estimates above are based on a $45 initial payment and a 12-month term using a monthly payment schedule. Weekly, bi-weekly, and semi-monthly payment schedules are also available. Mid-term is equivalent to 6 months.
CA residents pay only the cash price if paid off within 3 months.
Pay off within 90 days for just 5% above the cash price plus the initial $45 payment. To exercise the 90-day early purchase option contact Katapult via 24/7 chat or visit the customer portal page by clicking here for the most up-to-date account information related to your lease-purchase agreement.
This is an advertisement for Katapult’s lease-purchase or lease-to-own service. The path to ownership will cost more than the merchant’s cash price. Certain items available at participating locations. Not available in MN, NJ, WI, WY.