Throwaway batteries are so yesterday. Recharge your hearing aids in just 4 hours in their pocket-sized home station. Alternatively, you can charge them in their own mini-disinfection dry & clean charger. For 4+ days, no plug needed. Now that’s mobility.
A full recharge = a full day + 5 hours of streaming
A quick 30-minute charge delivers 4–5 hours of emergency power
On-the-go charging, 3–4 days use: pocket-sized cases that use Qi technology = you don’t need a plug or change batteries
Revive, recharge, relive
Recharge with Signia Active
Are those new earbuds? Super discreet Signia Active has a wireless, pocket-sized charger that keeps you energized for several days.
Recharge your style with Styletto AX
Charging on-the-go, up to 19 hours of use
Pocket-sized Styletto offers the world's first hearing aid charger with Qi wireless technology—no plug needed.
Recharge with Insio Charge&Go AX
Each charge up to 20 hours of use, 24 hours without streaming
Custom-fit and discreetly hidden in your ear, Signia Insio Charge&Go AX hearing aids are fully recharged in 4 hours in their snug case.
Recharge with Pure Charge&Go AX
Each charge is 36 hours + 5 hours streaming
Signia Pure offers game-changing technology (acoustic-motion sensors) to respond to your active lifestyle with ultra-durable performance.
Recharge with Widex
Each charge is up to 29 hours of use
The Widex mRIC is the world's tiniest rechargeable hearing aid with incredible AI technology that adapts to any and every situation.
Rechargeable hearing aids: FAQ
What are rechargeable hearing aids?
They are a lot like ships that come to dock at night. You don't change the batteries, but "dock" your aids to recharge them usually in 4 hours. There's no more fiddling with tiny little disposable (and environmentally unfriendly) batteries.
What are the pros of rechargeable hearing aids?
Love your trees, love your rechargeable hearing aids. The batteries only need replacing usually after a year's usage. You recharge them every night in their own "dock" – an earbud pocket charger – or by using a wireless Qi charger pad with some models. They are also good if you have dexterity issues such as Parkinson's Disease or arthritis: rechargeables are easy to handle and there is no need to get out your magnifying glass to change those disposable batteries.
How long does a rechargeable hearing aid last?
Up to 4-7 days using the rechargeable mobile dock, and a full day to 36 hours per charge depending on the model and how much you use them as a streaming device for music, books, and for taking phone calls.
Should I get a hearing aid with rechargeable batteries?
If you're ready for a rechargeable hearing aid device, switching is more complicated than simply going to the drugstore and purchasing rechargeable button batteries in the correct size. These don't exist. You need a model that has built-in rechargeable batteries.
What are the best rechargeable hearing aids?
Signia has won prizes for having the longest battery life (up to 61 hours, an independent study revealed) while Widex is also well-known in the field for being a reliable rechargeable device.
Hearing aids technology
What's the technology behind modern hearing aids?
Modern hearing aids are super smart. Basically, the technology imitates how your brain would hear sound if your hearing wasn’t impaired.