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New York, New York.

The city that doesn’t sleep.
The city that doesn’t sleep.

That’s right: you and your friends are heading to the Big Apple for a long three-day weekend. You’ve got a full trip planned. The Met, The Guggenheim, lunch at Katz’s, and the pièce de résistance, tickets to The Phantom of the Opera.

Things are going great until you take your seat in the theatre and…

Huh. You’re pretty sure the Phantom is telling you to listen to the music of the night, but you’re having a hard time listening to… well, anything.

You’re wondering if these actors are just really bad at projecting when it dawns on you: you remembered to juice up your phone and bring along all sorts of chargers, but you neglected to change your hearing aid batteries. And of course, you didn’t bring any spares.

Meet the MVP of Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Now let’s reset the scene. Same trip, same lunch at Katz’s, and same Phantom tickets. But this time, instead of hearing aids that require physical batteries, you’re sporting Eargo.

You take your seat in the theatre and…

Crystal clear dialogue, a lush, rich score, and enough juice in your charged-up Eargos for the entire three-day weekend, no cables or wall plugs needed.

See the difference a totally rechargeable hearing aid can make?

And hey, guess what all Eargo devices just happen to be?

That’s right: totally rechargeable.

And it’s not just about having your back on vacations.

Rechargeable hearing aids also:

  1. Save you money. No more dropping serious coin on tiny, irritating hearing aid batteries.
  2. Save you time. You’ll never have to fumble with those itty-bitty-batteries again, and you’ll never have to touch a battery for the entire life of your Eargo system.
  3. Save the environment. Fewer dead batteries being tossed into the world means a happier, healthier Earth.
  4. Save you from missing out. Even if you run out of charge, you can pop Eargo hearing aids back in their carrying case that doubles as an on-the-go charger for a quick juice-up and get back to hearing in no time.

Impressive, right? All this on top of Eargo’s amazing sound quality, invisibility, and unparalleled comfort? We’d call that a recipe for success.

Eargo Neo rechargeable hearing aid

So how does it all work? It’s pretty simple, actually. All you have to do is charge your Eargo devices in their case overnight, and in the morning, you’ll have around 16 hours of crystal clear sound at your fingertips. And if you happen to find yourself low on juice, just pop ‘em into the charger and head out, no matter where you are. The charging case will give you up to a week’s worth of charge, which you can use while you’re on your way to work, on your way home, or anywhere in between.

Happen to own Eargo Neo? Even better. Our newest Eargo device supports fast charging, so if you’re on your way to a movie and low on power, just pop ‘em in the case for thirty minutes, and you’re guaranteed at least two hours of uninterrupted sound.

Don't miss a beat.
Don’t miss a beat.

You might be thinking to yourself, “okay…so what’s the big deal? This is standard stuff in hearing aids by now, right? It’s the 21st century, aren’t all hearing aids rechargeable, invisible, and comfortable.”

Stuck in the Past: a Tale of BTE Hearing Aids

Nope. Not even close.

Most traditional behind-the-ear hearing aids (BTEs) feature tiny little batteries, and those batteries need to be changed pretty frequently. We’re talking every 3 – 14 days, which adds up to $200 in batteries each year.

Oh, and did we mention BTE devices are…well, behind the ear? So even if they happen to be rechargeable, they’re usually clunky and very visible.

That means that at the end of the day, you often have to choose between invisibility or rechargeability. That’s a choice we don’t think you should have to make, which is why Eargo offers you the invisibility you crave with the convenience of complete rechargeability. Because again… this is the 21st century, and we don’t think you should make any compromises when it comes to your hearing device.

Act your own century.
Act your own century.
Not a style choice we’d recommend.
Not a style choice we’d recommend.

So back to that big NYC trip. You spend the whole weekend sporting your very own angel of music, Eargo hearing aids. And guess what? You have an amazing time. You hear every moment and because no one knows you’re wearing them, you don’t feel the need to hide behind a Phantom mask.

Or maybe you do. Maybe it’s your aesthetic. Who are we to judge?

Ready to experience the best invisible and rechargeable hearing aid around? Check out eargo.com to see all our sleek, stylish products, and to find out which one is a perfect fit for you. You can also request your free sample for fit and feel, or call our Personal Hearing Guides at 1-800-734-7603.

And if you want a glimpse of what your life could be like with a fully rechargeable hearing aid by your side, check out some glowing reviews from real Eargo users.

Author

Amanda is Eargo's intrepid copywriter. She spends her days sipping coffee and brainstorming ear puns. So far, she's penned aurally good one or two.

4 Comments

    • We’re currently selling three sets of hearing aids, Eargo Plus and Eargo Max and the recently-released Eargo Neo, for $1,650, $2,150 and $2,750, respectively, with financing options as low as $77/month available at shop.eargo.com. Our Personal Hearing Guides are all ears at 1-800-734-7603 to help yours hear life to the fullest.

  1. My h-aids went dead. They are fully charged per the charging pod. When they are inserted in my ear there is no response whatsoever. The double tap is a no go. Any helpful info to get these devices working? Please give me a list of trouble shooting. I am well versed in electronics. I have designed high density pcbs for over 30 years.

    • Thank you for your comment, Greg. We suggest getting in touch with your hearing professional to help you get back to hearing life to the fullest – and quickly! They’re all ears to help yours at 1-800-734-7603.

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