Not Your Grandfather’s Hearing Aids

After members of the Eargo team met serial entrepreneur and social media leader Chris Voss at CES this past January, he created a video unboxing our coolest hearing aid yet, Eargo Max, from its slick packaging. Though he doesn’t use hearing aids himself, Chris reviews many earphones and headphones and mentioned he may have some hearing loss from attending concerts. Fact check: a loud rock concert is about 120 dB, and in general sounds above 85 dB are harmful to your hearing.[1]

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Chris noted that Eargo Max provides “crisp, bright… surround sound” and “incredible operational awareness to the sound around you.”  Check out his review of Eargo Max’s “almost impossible to see” hearing aids and learn more about what comes with our full product.

Chris Voss Unboxes Eargo Max’s Slick Packaging

Chris couldn’t be more impressed with Eargo’s comfortable, invisible hearing aids – he said so himself. Request a free sample for fit and feel today from, and call our team at 1-800-734-7603 to learn how Eargo can enhance your mild to moderate, high-frequency hearing loss.




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  1. James K Farley Sr Reply

    I am a 86 year old veteran of the 82nd Airborne and the hearing in my shooting ear is very bad. My Blue Cross insurance covers $2,500 every two years for hearing aids. My current hearing aids are lousy and I will be eligible for new hearing aids next Spring and my next ones will be EARGO so I will be contacting you about next April.

    • Eargo was designed for adults with mild to moderate, high-frequency hearing loss and may not be appropriate for those experiencing more severe to profound loss. You can take our hearing screener at, or call our team of personal hearing guides with any questions at 1-800-734-7603. Ch(ears)!

    • Do you have any questions about our product or process, Jane? We’re all ears hear, and at 1-800-734-7603.

  2. I am very disappointed. During the first two weeks of the trial period, my Eargos stopped working as well as they had initially. t that time, customer service was more than willing to help and the send me replacement hearing aids almost immediately. The replacements worked for about three months, and then I experienced the same problem that I had with the original par. Originally, during the first two weeks, I could hear the TV on a setting of “one” with my Eargos, but had ti increase them ti a setting of “four” after two weeks, to obtain the same level of hearing. After three months with my replacement Eargos, I once again had to increase the setting to level four to hear the TV at a reasonable sound volume that would not disturb the rest of the household. The only response I received from Customer Service was that I could go ahead and purchase a NEW pair of their more advanced Eargos. I am on a fixed income and not made of money. So, now I am stuck, for TWO YEARS, paying for a pair of hearing aids that do NOT work. AND, in addition to THAT the charger for the hearing aids no longer works, either. Disappointed is an understantement!

    • Hi Arden, thank you for your comment. This certainly isn’t the Eargo experience we’d like our clients to have. We’ve sent a note to our Client Care team to reach out, and please feel free to dial us directly at 1-800-734-7603.

  3. Robert Emmons Reply

    I like my. Eargo hearing aids. However, I have a suggestion. Occasionally in a restaurant or other event I find my Eargos amplifying too much. Even on setting 1. It would look strange to others near me to see me extract something from my ear. Perhaps a different code like patting the ear THREE times to mute them. Then using the normal two taps to turn them back on.

    • Thank you for your suggestion, Robert! We’ll share it with our engineering team. It’s important to note not everything that’s on our drawing board ends up in your ears. You can take a look at what our current products have to offer at

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