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.
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.
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.
The Magic Ear is a hearing aid device that claims to be able to amplify sounds by a factor of ten without embarrassment using its low-profile design.
Smart Swab is an at-home earwax removal device that uses specially designed, replaceable, and disposable heads to work effectively, without causing damage.
The Navajo Restore My Hearing System claims to include a simple, low-cost tonic that can repair and strengthen your hair cells and improve your hearing.
Using a simple design, MagicBax provides a larger surface area to support your earrings, which can help them comfortably rest upright, even with stretched lobes.
The WaxVac saves you from ignoring the warning signs on cotton swab boxes that tell you not to put them into your ears. It is a powerful, cordless cleaning device that gently sucks ear wax or water...
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.
Using only one active ingredient (carbamide peroxide) and a unique nozzle attachment, the Wax-Rx system claims to deliver effective ear wax removal in three easy steps.
Ben Carter’s Navajo Hearing System claims to help you concoct an ancient remedy of natural ingredients that can reverse hearing loss in as little as 2 weeks.
Reverse My Tinnitus claims to be a weird, completely natural, and scientifically proven trick that permanently erases and even reverses tinnitus in as little as 14 days, using ingredients that can be...
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.
The OverHear is a hearing aid device that promises to help you hear even the smallest sounds more clearly using its built-in amplification. We take a closer look to learn more.
Doctor’s Ear Wax Cleaner is a powered, lighted device that claims to softly and easily remove earwax buildup from the ear canal, without causing damage.
Rob Brennan: The unit arrived promptly, but it's not worth the price of the batteries I used. It does NOT eliminate background noise. It "enhances" every sound including noise from the next room and...
Allen Sanders: This is an amazing hearing aid. It brought hearing back to an 88-year-old Korean War veteran. From the moment he put it in, and we properly adjusted the volume level and sound mode, he could actually...
Wilda McWilliams: This is a complete waste of time and money. The holes in the earring backs are extremely small. No way are you going to get any post to fit into that small hole. I have had to ship them back. I paid...
Kellie: I just saw a commercial for Magic Ear. I hadn't seen one of their commercials for a very long time, so I was surprised to see it. They are selling them pretty cheap compared to how much they used...
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