Rechargeable Hearing Aids

There are two types of hearing aid batteries. You’re probably most familiar with traditional hearing aid batteries. These tiny, disposable batteries are placed inside the hearing aid battery door, and they provide several days of power. Rechargeable hearing aid batteries don’t need to be replaced, and you can enjoy full power without the hassle of changing your hearing aid batteries.

How Do Rechargeable Batteries Work?

Rechargeable hearing aids have batteries built right into the hearing aid. These cannot be removed or replaced. Rather than taking out the batteries to recharge them, all you need to do is place the entire hearing aid on the charger each night. In the morning you’ll have a full day of power. It’s that easy!

Today’s rechargeable hearing aid batteries use lithium-ion technology, and these durable batteries easily provide a full day of power. Whether you’re running complex programs to help you hear, or streaming audio throughout the day, the batteries have enough power to let you hear your way.



Advantages of Rechargeable Batteries


  • A Full Day of Power

    Disposable hearing aid batteries need to be changed every 3 to 10 days. It’s hard to predict when they’re going to run out of power, so you have to carry spares with you at all times. The batteries may die at inconvenient times, like in the middle of a boardroom meeting, or during a concert. Rechargeable hearing aids easily provide a full day of power, even on long days. You can enjoy your day without stressing about your hearing aids, and know you’ll have enough power.

  • No Hassle Charging

    If you have some issues with dexterity, you may find that disposable hearing aid batteries are too much of a hassle. You fight with the packaging, and have a hard time removing the tabs before inserting them in your hearing aids. Rechargeable hearing aids give you clear hearing without having to fiddle with disposable hearing aids.

  • No Additional Costs

    If your devices have traditional hearing aid batteries, you’ll need to budget for all the batteries you’ll use throughout the year. Depending on power consumption, you will replace the batteries every few days, and over the lifetime of your hearing aid, the price of these batteries leads to a lot of additional costs. Rechargeable hearing aids don’t have these added costs, and most rechargeable hearing aid batteries will last for around five years.

  • Safer for Children and Pets

    Small hearing aid batteries can pose a safety risk for children and pets. If you have disposable hearing aid batteries, you should always store them out of reach of children, and properly dispose of old batteries to prevent swallowing or choking. With rechargeable hearing aid batteries, you can make your home safer for your children and pets.

  • Environmentally friendly

    Rechargeable hearing aid batteries let you stop using disposable hearing aid batteries. You don’t need to worry about disposing of the dead batteries, or wonder about the environmental impact of all the batteries you throw away every year.

  • Quick Charge Options

    If you missed an overnight charge, you can use a quick charge option to provide a bit of extra power. Many of our rechargeable hearing aids can be charged for 30 minutes to 1 hour, and provide several hours of power.

  • Weekend Charging

    Do you often travel on the weekends, or travel for work? Many rechargeable hearing aids have portable battery chargers. These hold two or three days of charge, and you can recharge your hearing aid batteries without plugging your charger into an outlet. This makes it even more convenient, and you’ll never have to worry about your hearing aids running out of power.

Why Aren’t All Hearing Aids Using Rechargeable Batteries?

Rechargeable hearing aids are a favorite among hearing aid wearers, but there are some styles of hearing aid that don’t support rechargeable hearing aid batteries. When you’re looking for the hearing aid that will match your hearing loss and hearing needs, you should first consider all the programs and features of the hearing aid. After you’ve decided on the programs you need, you can think about battery type, and see if you have a rechargeable hearing aid battery option.