Lake Hearing

Disposable batteries are a very popular and convenient option for hearing aids, and many people are used to them. They can provide a good amount of power for a long time, but you must always remember to take spare batteries with you when you go out, in case the current one runs out. Changing the battery can be difficult and time consuming, especially for the elderly and people with poor vision or dexterity as they are usually small and require a steady hand to fit properly. If you find changing the battery to be too difficult, you could consider hearing aids that use rechargeable batteries, which can save you time and money in the long run, as well as being good for the environment.

Rechargeable hearing aids are the perfect solution for those who want to remain connected to the world around them without having to worry about running out of power. Hearing aids powered by rechargeable batteries provide the convenience of being able to charge their devices at home, work or while on the go. This eliminates the need to constantly buy new batteries and makes it easier to stay connected to day-to-day conversations.

With rechargeable hearing aids, the device is placed on its charging station and recharged overnight. This allows users to wake up with a fully charged device each day, ensuring the user never misses a beat. These features allow users to customise their hearing experience to suit their individual needs. Rechargeable devices are available in a variety of styles including BTE (Behind-the-ear), RIE (Receiver-in-ear) as well as custom made aids in a variety of sizes. 

What are the benefits of Bluetooth hearing aids?

In the past, if you wanted to take a phone call, listen to music or watch a video on your computer or tablet, you had to take your hearing aids out and use headphones. Bluetooth hearing aids can remotly connect to various compatible devices, offering safe and secure streaming, which allows you to use your hearing aids as wireless headphones. With this technology you can: 

  1. Enjoy hands-free calls and hear phone conversations more clearly in both ears
  2. Control your hearing aids through an app on your phone and connect to various accessories  
  3. Listen to music, TV, videos, audiobooks and podcasts through your hearing aids 
  4. Experience a much better quality video calls and oline meetings 
  5. Ideal if you have to take calls while driving, at work or home 

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Tuesday: 9.00am – 4.30pm
Wednesday: 9.00am – 4.30pm
Thursday: 9.00am – 4.30pm
Friday: 9.00am – 4.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 12.00 noon
Sunday: Closed