You could buy the most technologically advanced hearing aid, perfect for your specific type and severity of hearing loss, but without a properly charged battery, it won’t do you much good.
Here’s what you need to know to extend the life of your hearing aid batteries so you can keep your hearing aids working their best.
How long do hearing aid batteries last?
Hearing aid batteries last from 3 to 22 days, depending on how frequently you use them. Other factors, like the type of hearing aid, also contribute to battery life.
How can I minimize battery drain?
Proper care of your batteries can help extend their life. Here are some tips;
- Turn the hearing aid battery off or open the battery door when you’re not using your hearing aid.
- Remove the battery completely if you won’t be using your hearing aid for a long period of time, such as during sleep.
- Store your batteries at room temperature. Extreme heat and cold can drain their power.
Where can I buy hearing aid batteries?
Right here! At Harbor Audiology, we offer a wide variety of hearing aid batteries. Whether you bought your hearing aid here or not, we’ll find the right battery to fit your device. If you’re in the Gig Harbor, Tacoma or Silverdale areas, come see us.