Widex has recently released its latest hearing aid in Australia know as Widex Moment ‘Sheer’.
Widex believes that it’s possible to give you a sound so natural that you will be simply amazed from the very first moment. How? With Widex PureSound™.
Typically, sound processed in a hearing aid reaches the eardrum later than sound heard directly. And when these two ‘out of sync’ signals mix, you get an artificial sound. But now, with Widex Moment Sheer and PureSound, you can hear every moment like you used to.
Keep reading below to find out more about the latest benefits of the NEW Widex Moment Sheer hearing aids!
Widex Moment Sheer
Widex's Moment Sheer's Specifications
Built around the Widex Moment™ platform and the revolutionary PureSound™, Moment Sheer sRIC R D hearing aid is suitable for minimal to severe to profound hearing loss.
- Distinct new mic openings for new visual look
- Available in 4 Technology Levels
- Full connectivity (iPhone & Android Compatible)
- Protection class IP68
- Battery time: 29h with no streaming or 16h with 8h of streaming
- Available in 13 different Colour options
Stream from iOS and Android
Widex Moment Sheer sRIC R D is a direct streaming hearing aid and can be connected with 2.4 GHz Bluetooth connectivity to both iOS and Android devices, Widex TV Play and other DEX accessories.
So, now you’re prepared for all the streaming entertainment the world has to offer in high quality.
Control at your fingertips
With the Widex Moment Sheer hearing aids, you have the option to fully control your hearing aid using the Widex Moment app on your Apple or Android smartphone*. It’s never been easier to fine-tune your hearing, so you get exactly the sound you prefer – in exactly the moments that are important to you.
The Moment Sheer sRIC R D comes with a complete redesigned standard charger with premium materials and a refined finish.
- 4-hour charge for full day use
- 30 min fast charge for 4-hour use
- Slim and light
- LED light indicators to show charging status
Widex Hearing Aids
Widex A/S is the world’s sixth largest hearing aid manufacturer. In close collaboration with international audiological researchers and specialists, the company has developed a wide range of digital hearing aids. They introduced the world’s first commercially available 100% digital in-the-ear hearing aid in 1995 based on the research model developed by Oticon that same year.
The Danish company was founded in 1956 by the Tøpholm and Westermann families, and is still owned by the relatives of the company’s original founders. The president and CEO of Widex is Eric Bernard, who was appointed in September 2019. Widex hearing aids are sold in almost 100 countries and the company employs approximately 3,800 people around the world.
Widex’s new headquarters are located in Allerød Municipality, Denmark, north of Copenhagen. The new headquarters use groundwater for cooling in the summer and heating in the winter. Widex also placed an energy-generating wind turbine beside the building.
In 2018, Widex and Sivantos (which owns Signia, Rexton, TruHearing, Audibene, HearUSA and Hear.com) announced an $8B merger, creating the 3rd largest hearing conglomerate in the world. Widex also launched its newest product, Widex Evoke, which is the first hearing aid to incorporate machine learning technology.
Since March 1, 2019 Widex has been part of WS Audiology, a company formed that day through the combination of Singapore-headquartered former Siemens owned (until 2015) Sivantos with Lynge/Denmark-based Widex.
In 2020 Widex introduced the smallest (RIC) rechargeable lithium-ion hearing aid on the market: Widex Moment.