An Eargo hearing aid is truly the gift that keeps on giving.

The best gifts come from the ones who know you best. And who knows you best? You!

So this year, treat yourself to something that you’ll enjoy for years to come—no, we’re not talking about that fruit of the month club (no matter how delicious those Comice pears are). We’re talking about Eargo, the state-of-the-art hearing solution that’ll have you hearing life to the fullest in no time at all. And trust us, there’s nothing better than seeing an Eargo box wrapped up under the tree addressed, “To: Me, From: Me.” 

Unwrap a new world of sound.
Unwrap a new world of sound.

Here’s why Eargo is the best gift you’ll receive this holiday season.

1. You’ll reconnect with the ones you love.

You can’t put a price on connection, and Eargos will reignite your conversations with friends and family—from Christmas morning and family reunions to dinners with old friends and movie nights. Marriage can only get better when you and your partner aren’t quibbling about the volume of the TV every night, right? 

Order yourself a pair of Eargos now so you can soak in every last second of the holiday season. You’ll be amazed as soon as you hear what you’ve been missing, and your loved ones will be happy to have you back in the conversation again.

2. It’s an important act of self-care.

Did you know that hearing loss can also affect your overall health and well-being? When you get Eargos and start your journey to better hearing health, you’re taking care of yourself and investing in your future. After all, you go to the gym, take your vitamins, and eat healthy—why should your hearing health be any different? 

Taking steps to improve your hearing is an important decision that can vastly increase your quality of life. Untreated hearing loss is linked to a decline in brain health and can lead to depression, loneliness, and social isolation. 

Hearing without difficulty will not only boost your confidence in social and professional situations, it’ll also eliminate endless frustration. Your hearing loss shouldn’t hold you back, so don’t let it. 

3. You’ll set yourself up for success at work. 

Treating hearing loss is super important for your health, but it will also help you perform better and earn more (up to $30,000!) at work. No more missing important details or side conversations in meetings, asking questions that were already answered, or asking people to repeat themselves. You’re at the top of your game, so don’t let your hearing loss tell your colleagues otherwise. 

Eargos help you bring your A game to the boardroom.
Eargos help you bring your A game to the boardroom.

4. You’ll feel young again.

At least that’s what our customers tell us. Take Joe, for example. He’s been an Eargo user for years, and told us that his Eargo Neos make him feel like he’s 20 again. “I literally could have cried I was so emotionally taken aback by this experience,” he says. “I swear, I could have cried.” 

Eargo may not actually shave 40 years off your age, but it will make you feel like yourself again. You won’t feel as if you’re constantly straining to hear the conversation, and you don’t have to “try” to hear. And that comfort and convenience? It’s worth its weight in gold. 

5. You’ll hear what you’ve been missing. And you won’t believe it. 

From hearing their spouses and grandchildren’s voices more clearly to hearing the crackle of the roaring fire on Christmas Eve, our customers tell us they can’t believe how much they’ve been missing out on—and how incredible it is to hear clearly again with Eargo hearing aids.  “Life has been really different,” says Mark about his experience. We can’t wait for you to hear what you’ve been missing. There’s no greater gift than that. 

So what do you say? Are you ready to try out Eargo’s comfortable, virtually invisible, state-of-the-art hearing aids? Schedule a free consultation with one of our hearing experts to take the first step. 

And if you know someone who could benefit from Eargo, pass this along so they can add it to their holiday wish list too. 

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