Long lasting power
Thanks to lithium-Ion technology, which is found in many rechargeable devices, your rechargeable hearing aids will last a full day even if you are streaming phone calls, music and more through Bluetooth.
While the range varies between brands you should easily get 16-29 hours from each charge.
Charging the hearing aids fully usually takes 4-5 hours so put them in their charger when you go to bed and they'll be ready for another full day of clearer hearing when you get up. If you need a quick top up then a 30 minute charge will get you an extra 4-5 hours use.Hassle-free hearing
If you prefer not to fiddle about with tiny batteries or have any dexterity or vision problems then rechargeable hearing aids are the answer as all you have to do is pop them into their charger.
Some models have a rechargeable case, much like rechargeable earbuds, which allows you to charge them on the go or when away from a power source. Others use Qi wireless technology, like some smartphones, so you just put the case on a charging pad without having to plug it in. You can even get chargers that will clean and dry your hearing aids using UV-C!Environmentally friendly
While today's hearing aid batteries are mercury free, they still need to be recycled properly and over their lifetime a pair of hearing aids could go through hundreds and hundreds of batteries. Conversely, rechargeable hearing aids only have one battery to recycle at the end.
by Signia, a world leading hearing aid brand, found that rechargeable hearing aids have 65% less environmental impact than battery-powered hearing aids so they are definitely the way forward.