Oticon Hearing Aids
Oticon – People First
Oticon traces its origins to Denmark more than 100 years ago, to 1904, when Hans Demant founded the company on the basis of his desire to provide a better quality of life for people with hearing loss; his prime motivation was personal, as his wife was among the individuals he wanted to help. This degree of passion to aid those in need of hearing support remains in place today with Oticon’s People First promise, a commitment to concentrate all efforts on assisting hearing-impaired people to communicate freely, interact naturally, and participate actively each and every day.
Oticon has a strong global presence and is recognized as the second largest manufacturer of hearing devices. This company currently employs more than 3,000 people who help provide hearing solutions to individuals in 100+ countries by way of a worldwide network of 24 sales offices plus 80 independent distributors; Oticon has Canadian headquarters in Mississauga, Ontario and a manufacturing facility in Kitchener, Ontario.
Specifications of Oticon OPN Hearing Aid
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In relation to its hearing solutions, Oticon strives to deliver high performance in combination with the most sophisticated technology.
Many Oticon hearing aid models, offering such technologies in combination with high quality performance, are available from the Hearing Specialists at Bravo Hearing Centre in Toronto.
The extent of Oticon’s exceptional line of hearing aids offers wearers and hearing specialists several options to ensure the best possible function, fit, and comfort; these include:
- Flexibility to find the most appropriate fit for any ear
- An ability to treat mild, moderate, or severe hearing loss
- The choice of colour and style to suit personal preferences
Frequently Asked Question About Oticon Hearing Aids
How often should you charge Oticon rechargeable hearing aids?
The manufacturer recommends that you charge your hearing aids every night. The hearing aids have lithium-ion batteries, which can be charged daily. Also, it isn’t necessary to wait until the batteries are fully drained before recharging them.
How long can Oticon hearing aids batteries last on a full charge?
The exact uptime of fully charged Oticon hearing aids depends on several factors, including the hearing aid’s settings, your type of hearing loss, the environment around you, how old the batteries are, and what you are using the hearing aids for. For instance, if you stream sound from wireless devices, such as a TV or a phone for 5 hours, the aids can last up to 18 hours. On the other hand, it can last up to 24 hours without streaming.
What is the correct positioning of hearing aids when charging?
Charging Oticon hearing aids is simple. When charging, ensure that the hearing aid’s LED lights face the same direction as the charger’s LED light. The LED on the hearing aids will become solid red while charging.
How do you know if the hearing aids are fully charged?
The LEDs on the hearing aids always turn red when charging. When fully charged, the lights will turn solid green.
How long does it take to charge the aids fully?
The time to recharge your hearing aids varies. It takes three hours to charge a completely drained battery fully. This time may lessen depending on the remaining charge on the hearing aids when you began charging.
What is the maximum connection range between iPhones or Android phones and hearing aids?
The hearing aids can connect up to a 10-meter distance. However, this depends on the nature of the environment and other circumstances.
How long can the hearing aids be left in the charger?
Manufacturers recommend that you store your hearing aids on the charger. This will ensure they are fully charged when you need them.
Are the lithium-ion batteries in the hearing aids safe to fly with?
Yes. Those with hearing problems can fly with their hearing aids safely and charge them on board. They can also be packed into your carry-on luggage.
To learn more about Oticon hearing aids and the specific model that best suits your hearing needs or those of a family member with hearing impairment, call the Bravo Hearing Centre in Toronto today at 416-207-9711 to speak with a hearing aid specialist.