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Phonak Hearing Aids

Phonak Hearing Aids
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Belong Audeo B30

by Phonak
Our Price 695£
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Belong B50 / B50-R | B-Direct

by Phonak
Our Price 1095£
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Virto B-Titanium 70

by Phonak
Our Price 1395£
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Virto B-Titanium 9

by Phonak
Our Price 1695£
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Belong B70 / B70-R | B-Direct

by Phonak
Our Price 1395£
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Belong B90 / B90-R | B-Direct

by Phonak
Our Price 1695£

What's included in our price

  • Hearing test in one of our clinics
  • Fine tuning, fitting and programming of the hearing aids
  • Aftercare for the life of the hearing aids
  • Manufacturer’s warranty for 5 years
  • 60 days money back guarantee
  • Price includes VAT
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About Phonak Hearing Aids

It is Phonak’s mission to help people with hearing loss lead a completely normal lifestyle and not let their disability bind them. Hearing is one of the five senses and it connects an individual with the outside world. Phonak wants to create technology that is easy-to-use so that patients can continue to enjoy life to the fullest.  

Hearing Aids by Phonak

Phonak has different generations of hearing aids that are categorized based on the technology used. The latest generation of Phonak hearing aids is in the receiver-in-canal style and includes rechargeable batteries. They are very convenient for users who want to avoid frequent battery purchases and changes. The latest addition to the Audeo-B brand by Phonak is a receiver-in-ear style hearing aid that can connect directly to a Bluetooth-enabled cellphone.

Technology Used by Phonak

Like other hearing aid manufacturers Phonak also has models available in different price ranges. The hearing aids with the most features and functions are the most expensive.

The “essential” hearing aids are available in the V30 and B30 version which include the basic features set. There are 8 different channels included that can be customized for a number of frequencies according to the severity of the hearing loss. These hearing aids are designed for the patients who have a strict budget and only require support for quite environments.  

The “standard” hearing aids are available in the V50 or B50 versions and include all the basic features with upgrades such as the acoustic phone program that can stream the phone signals directly to the hearing aid. The device can tune to 8 different channels depending on the level of frequencies required. This is the appropriate choice for patients who want value for money and lead a quiet and peaceful life. They can enjoy small group conversations, watch the television and make phone calls with the help of this device.

The “advanced” hearing aids are available in models V70 and B70 which include all the features of the essential and standard models as well as the ability to play music, enhance speech intelligibility and suppress the noise from wind. The hearing aids are sold in 16 different programming channels and are suited to the wearers who are likely to go to noisy places, take part in outdoor activities and stream audio or make phones calls very often.

 

The “premium” hearing aids or the V90/B90 are the most expensive models which are equipped with a large number of features. They also have a program that can allow a person to hear and understand speech in a moving vehicle. They have a total of 20 programming channels available so hearing professionals can fit any type of hearing loss patient with these models. This version is best suited for the tech-savvy patients who are constantly using their phones and engage in different environments from quiet rooms to noisy areas. These patients are likely to attend large parties and enjoy a very busy and social lifestyle.

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