Owned by Sivantos, Hear.com claims to bring competitive hearing aid prices to US shores, along with free consultations and personalized customer service.
After turning the device on, placing it in your ear, and manually adjusting the volume, Tac Amplifier claims to boost sound in a variety of scenarios, without breaking the bank.
HearTech CIC hearing amplifiers could be a good solution for those who are looking for general sound amplification but its high price tag could be a deterrent for the cost-conscious.
MDHearingAid claims to offer its hard-of-hearing customers a quality, low-price series of hearing aids that provide quality performance for a low price.
With two models in the lineup (behind-the-ear and in-the-ear), Hearing Assist’s ReCharge hearing aids offer many essential features—including four noise programs—for an ultra-competitive price.
HD Smart Ear claims to feature must-haves like four different settings, high-definition sound, one-touch control, and long battery life, all at an affordable price.
As we age, our hearing tends to decline. The Hearing Hero hearing aid claims to help you manage a loss of hearing with its behind-the-ear device developed by engineers.
Invented by Florent Michel, MD, the FDA-registered, Class I Invisible-in-the-Canal hearing aid Eargo Plus uses proprietary technology to comfortably improve speech clarity.
Using rechargeable batteries and a behind-the-ear shape, SONICLEAR claims to provide clear sound for those who are struggling with hearing loss.
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