6 Reasons Rechargeable Hearing Aids Make Your Life Easier

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  1. No hassle with disposable batteries

  2. You get a full day of hearing, including streaming, on one charge

  3. Charge at night! It takes just three hours to fully charge

  4. Quick recharge – 30 minutes for an additional six hours of power

  5. Smart automatic ON/OFF: hearing aids start charging automatically when placed in the charger and turn on automatically when removed from the charger

  6. State-of-the-art lithium-ion battery technology

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