Oticon™ hearing aids
Experience the benefits of Oticon Hearing Aids
Are you looking for hearing aids to support your hearing loss? Oticon offer a wide range of products to suit your needs.
Latest Technology from Oticon - "More"
Oticon More with BrainHearing™ technology is a revolutionary hearing aid that gives the brain more of the relevant information it needs to make better sense of sound, so you can get better speech understanding with less effort and the ability to remember more. Take better care of your brain, and your brain will take better care of you
Oticon Hearing Technology
Oticon thinks differently about hearing loss: They start with the brain. This is because you actually hear with your brain – not with your ears.
By understanding how the brain makes sense of sound, they can help people more effectively with hearing aids. Moreover, they can understand how to protect the brain from risks related to untreated hearing loss, such as cognitive decline.
Easily Charge Your Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon rechargeable hearing aids are so easy to use. Simply set your device in their charger before you go to bed, and then wake up with a fully charged device! It only takes three hours for them to charge, but even if that sounds like too long of an investment time-wise, 30 minutes will give you six more hours on the battery life.
Connect Your Hearing Aids To Other Wireless Devices
The Polaris, Velox S, and the new Velox platforms are packed with features to better your life. You can now stream sound from your TV directly into hearing aids or control volume discreetly with a tiny remote that attaches to the earpiece wirelessly via Bluetooth® (i). With Oticon’s ON app, you will be able to set personal listening goals for professionals at one of our over 100 clinics worldwide to know how well you’re doing!
Oticon ON is an app that connects your hearing aids to the internet and other smart devices. With Oticon, you can set off alarms, lights, or thermostats with ease, as well as be notified of battery levels, low washers in progress, or when someone’s at the door!
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FAQ's About Oticon Hearing Aids
Founded in 1904 by Hans Demant, Oticon has manufacturing facilities and headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark. Demant decided to start developing hearing aids after his wife began to experience hearing impairment.
With over 3,000 employees, Oticon is one of the largest companies specializing in hearing aid design and development. Oticon produces a range of hearing aids to suit any stage of hearing loss and devices for all ages and lifestyle requirements.
Oticon only works with authorized resellers, ensuring that you get the best aftercare and maintenance for your hearing aids.
Oticon offers you a choice of wide range of models to suit every type of loss. Styles include; Invisible in Canal (IIC), Reciever in Canal (RIC), Behind the Ear (BTE) and Customs In-the-Ear (ITC/ITE).
Oticon More – Comes in 3 technology levels | Rechargeable option | Android / iPhone compatible
Oticon Opn(s) – Comes in 3 technology levels | Rechargeable option | Android / iPhone | BTE, RIC, IIC, ITC, ITE, CIC
Oticon Ruby– Comes in 2 technology levels | Rechargeable option | iPhone compatible
Oticon Siya– Comes in 2 technology levels | iPhone compatible | BTE, RIC, IIC, ITC, ITE, CIC
Oticon Xceed –Comes in 3 technology levels | Designed for Severe to Profound Hearing Loss
Oticon Nera2 PRO – This is Oticon’s essential range and is the fully subsidized option for government patients.
The cost of your Oticon hearing aids varies depending on the model and level of aftercare purchased.
On average Oticon Hearing aids vary in price from $500 – $3900 per device depending on the level of technology selected. Further discounts will apply for eligible Pension & DVA card holders along with rebates for Private Health cover.
Oticon provides a 3 year manufacturer warranty on your hearing aids, covering you for manufacturing defects. In addition, if you lose or damage your hearing aids in the first year – Oticon provides you with a replacement device for a nominal fee.
Independent Hearing also offers a 30-day money-back guarantee on your hearing aids.
A hearing aid’s lifespan is on average 5 years, this can be increased or reduced depending on the level of care and maintenance the individual takes with the devices.
Your hearing aids are water-resistant, and designed for general daily use in most environments. You don’t need to worry about sweat or getting wet in the rain because they’re designed for those situations! But be sure not to wear your hearing aids when you shower or when participating in other water activities such as swimming.