Hearing Aid Users

Finding the perfect hearing aid batteries can be a challenging task, but with Gold Health, it's now easier than ever before. Say goodbye to the frustration of searching for a reliable seller that offers batteries at reasonable prices. We have gone the extra mile to ensure that all battery sizes are readily available at all times, and what's more, we offer them at wholesale prices. Say farewell to concerns about spending extra money or compromising on affordability for your essential need - we've got you covered.

Browse further to peruse our collection of hearing aid accessories. No more rushing around, desperately trying to find a hearing aid cleaner or a cleaning beaker. We've carefully curated a wide range of top-quality accessories, all conveniently accessible on our website. From hearing aid testers to air puffers, we've got everything you need to enhance your hearing aid experience.

With a proud legacy of over 20 years, Gold Health has been catering to the senior community, earning their whole-hearted trust and satisfaction along the way. Our extensive experience ensures that we understand your needs and go above and beyond to keep you and your ears happy! Shop now and discover a new level of convenience and customer satisfaction at Gold Health.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Hearing aid batteries typically last between 3-22 days. The batteries last between 5-7 days if the hearing aids are used for more than 16 hours a day. The longer they are used, the quicker they deplete. The batteries themselves have a shelf life of three years.
There are different types of hearing aid batteries that correspond to the strength of the hearing aids you use. The smaller batteries will be for the weaker aids while the bigger ones will be for the stronger aids. The hearing aids typically have the type and size of battery used mentioned on the hearing aid packaging. Not only that, the five types of hearing aid batteries have different colour tabs for each one. The battery used by the hearing aid you own will be indicated by the colour of the tab. In case you do not have the packaging with you anymore, the type and size of battery required will also be mentioned on the hearing aid itself.
There are multiple reasons why your hearing aid batteries might be depleting quicker than normal. The first could be moisture. Moisture could not only mess with your hearing aid by clogging it up, but it could also react to the chemicals in the battery and cause it to drain faster. The next reason why could be the advanced features present in your hearing aid. Extra features being used would add to the battery drain. There are also altitude changes as the battery is depleted when you go from lower to higher altitudes.
With the hearing aid kit, you will get the following tools: A brush to clean debris A tool with a wire loop to clean out wax A vent tool 2 thin plastic vent cleaners for clearing out blocked-out holes or tubes A small plastic pouch to store the tools in
Ear wax is one of the main causes of hearing aid malfunctions. Using wax guards would prevent this as it would protect your hearing aid from ear wax that would inevitably build up after daily use.
Hearing aids come in a variety of sizes and strengths as there are varying degrees of hearing loss. The most common way of finding out what types of hearing aid and hence what type of batteries you would need can be found out by the extent of the hearing loss you experience. The stronger the hearing loss, the stronger and larger the hearing aid would have to be. There are five types of hearing aid batteries that are available in the market at this time. They are Size 10, Size 15, Size 312, Size 13, and Size 675, in increasing order of strength. Each of these sizes has a corresponding colour tag that helps people identify the type of batteries they would need.
As previously explained, moisture causes a lot of damage to a hearing aid. These drying capsules will help with this problem. All you have to do is put the capsule in a Drying Beaker with a Basket and place the hearing aid in it overnight. This will remove all the moisture that may have accumulated in the hearing aid throughout the day. Remember to keep an eye on the colour of the capsule. When it turns white, you know the capsule has lost its drying capacity and it will have to be replaced.
The cleaning spray will help keep your ear mould clean from all the dirt, sweat, and moisture it would have collected throughout the day. You can use this together with our hearing aid air puffer which will take care of the daily clean-up of a hearing aid. Our earmold cleaning tablets can be used for a more thorough cleaning of any remaining dirt on your earmold.
Sometimes, it is not clear if a battery has run out of power. This device will let you know if there is any juice left in your battery so you will not throw away a battery that is still functional.
There are a variety of reasons why this is a necessity and should be done on a regular basis. The first and most important reason is that the hearing aids are in constant contact with your ear throughout the day. This is a place where there is a constant build-up of sweat, wax, and bodily oils. If you don’t clean it regularly, rest assured it will become very dirty very quickly. Dirt build-up will cause the microphones in the hearing aid to malfunction which in turn will interfere with the use of the hearing aid. This also depletes the battery of the hearing aid as the aid will have to use more power to function.