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What a great question! Unfortunately, its the one question hearing aid professionals are trained to avoid when asked. Why? Because they cost too much. Well, if you buy from a clinic, they do. But Hearing In Motion is on a mission to provide the best hearing devices affordably without sacrificing service. We've been sharing with our real prices with our phone, email, and text shoppers for years. Here's the thing though, we like to be able to shop online, plan our purchases ahead, and decide on a good deal before we go face-to-face with an expert. If we have too, we'll call and ask, but we feel strange doing that, we don't know all the lingo yet, what if we say the wrong thing? We figured you feel that way too. So we've launched an online store! We're pretty excited about it.
We only post items we would be proud to fit on our own Mom. (And she was a hearing specialist too!) You will see well made hearing devices and accessories from reputable brands with makes, models and prices clearly marked for your researching pleasure. We ship hearing aids free, programmed or un-programmed. If you live nearby, we can arrange a free mobile hearing exam in your home or office, or we will gladly use a hearing evaluation you already have.
We will be adding more inventory soon and updating it as new technology comes out. So stay tuned! Happy Shopping!
And remember, to us, you always sound smart on the phone.
We heard recently that most people are completely unfamiliar with hearing aid brands, whats a good one? Whats a bad one? Or just, what is the name of a hearing aid brand? In case you find yourself on trivia night somewhere not able to come up with a single name, heres one on us. Oticon. (Oh'-deh-kon) It happens to be one of our favorites. And they just came out with a new device that well, I don't think we've ever been more excited about a hearing aid. Why? Here are some of our reasons:
It's internet connected. Think "wearable tech" on this one. Want a discreet alert in your ears when your door bell rings? How about having your "Workin' on my Fitness" playlist start when you arrive at the gym? An alert to bring an umbrella before you leave the house in the morning if theres a chance of rain in the forecast? All this is possible, and so much more. Its called the Oticon Opn.
Opn has a processor that is 50 times faster than the leading hearing aid from last year. So it can analyze an environment so fast it can determine a speech pattern from background noise in order to give the wearer the best audio signal possible for them personally. Enabling users to follow rapidly changing conversations involving several speakers. This capability will really shine in restaurants, the car, in wind, in crowds, the kitchen, and on and on.
It's Small and discreet. Its on sale for $3150 in our store, and you can try a pair for 30 days with a full money back guarantee.
Hearing In Motion is a big fan of Artist Elana Lamger's restyled hearing aids. Elana has made a hearing device the statement piece by bedazzling it top to bottom with jewels. And we love it!Read More
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(Scheduled at your leisure, in your home or office. A $49 value for less than $25!)
A new study suggests wearing a hearing aid helps slow down cognitive impairment in seniors with hearing loss. It is well known that hearing loss is tied to mental decline. Thus, preserving or maintaining hearing health can help...Read More
Many of our patients are taking advantage of our mobile visits by scheduling time for a visit at their place of work. Here Mr. Bob Difiore of Difiore Financial is preparing for a hearing test and re-programming with a quick exam of his ear. They are both looking at the live feed of his ear canal on our portable display.
We are happy to offer Flex:trial with Unitron hearing devices. Take a look at the video and give us a call to set an appointment. Happy hearing!
The vibrations from sound can be beautiful, but they can also be destructive. Protect your eardrums. Contact us for all types of noise protection.
The article is a few months old, but more research continues to be done. Here is an excerpt about a research paper that will be released soon:
This question often gets asked after wearing hearing devices for the first time (especially custom-made molded devices). The simple answer: bone conduction.
Check out the short video from Mental Floss that describes it in more depth:
Hear why it's so important that your hearing device automatically adapt to your changing environment. The different acoustics are stunning.