Disposable Hearing Aids

Disposable hearing aids are a new phenomenon that was developed by Songbird Hearing Inc., an American company that wanted to produce a convenient, affordable product for a broad range of consumers. The disposable aid comes with a built-in battery and after the allotted hour or time usage, the user simply replaces the entire hearing aid.

Songbird Hearing produces the Songbird flexfit a behind-the-ear hearing aid, which lasts for up to 400 hours of active use for $79.90.
There is no doubt that disposable hearing aids are convenient and practical and offer the customer an opportunity to try the product without a major financial commitment. Nevertheless, here's a few things to keep in mind if you're thinking of purchasing Songbird disposables:
  • There is no need for repairs, battery purchases or battery changes.
  • Songbird flexfit comes in only one size, so some people may not be able to wear them.
  • They are in-the-canal (ITC) hearing aids, so people who cannot have their ear blocked will not find them suitable.
  • They must be taken out during bathing, showering or swimming as the disposable aids should never be exposed to water.
  • Although there is no hearing exam required for the Songbird flexfit, it is always recommended that anyone who suspects hearing loss or believes they need an aid should consult a licensed professional.
Disposable hearing aids can be purchased for about $79 for one or $151 for two. It is important that anyone who purchases disposable aids carefully reads the manual to ensure that the batteries' life is maximized.

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