Better Hearing Made Simple By Eargo
The hearing aid of the future is here. Yes, you heard that right. And it’s not just for the “older” generation. A surprising CDC study revealed that noise, not age, is the leading cause of hearing loss. Researchers predict that at least 17 percent show evidence of noise-induced hearing loss in one or both ears. In the CDC’s analysis of more than 3,500 hearing tests, one out of four adults said their hearing was fine, yet hearing tests indicated they showed signs of noise-induced hearing loss.
As it turns out, one of the largest hurdles is getting those with hearing trouble to admit they need hearing assistance. If you suspect that you or someone you know is experiencing hearing loss, be sure to book a complimentary in-store screening at one of our Victra locations.
The great news is that even if you do have trouble hearing, you don’t have to look like you do. Here are just a few reasons why Eargo Hearing Aids may be the answer to your previous hearing aid woes.
Seamless and Discreet Design
Eargo’s barely-there technology says goodbye to hearing aids that can be seen. Eargo devices have won awards like CES Best Innovations of 2022, Edison Awards Best Innovations and Best Product Design Award. Eargos are virtually invisible with soft, medical-grade silicone tips that allow the devices to fit comfortably in the ear, making them a perfect solution to those of any age with hearing loss. No one at that big work presentation or on a first date will ever notice you have trouble hearing, and the best part is that you’ll be able to hear them loud and clear.
Powerful Hearing Performance
Eargos users have reported on the rich, crisp and natural sound delivered through the device’s open-fit design. Hearing life to the fullest has never been easier, especially with the cutting-edge battery found in the Eargo 6 that allows up to 16 hours of charge in a single use.
Control Anytime, Anywhere
That’s right, gone are the days of having to tweak the actual device to get the hearing levels right. Now you can access everything from Eargo’s powerful mobile app, which allows you to personalize to your hearing preferences. Another key feature is the Sound Adjust feature found in Eargo 6, which identifies the soundscape you are in and automatically modifies the device settings to provide optimal benefit. No need to pull out your app or make a manual change – Eargo 6 adjusts automatically. We’re thrilled that hearing aids have caught up to individuals’ busy lifestyles.
James From Nashville knows a thing or two about hearing loss, and he shared a raving review in his recent Eargo testimonial: “When I first got out of the Navy, I didn’t have any (hearing aid) options. All I had was the big, bulky things over my ears. That’s not what I was looking for, being young.” He goes on to say, “People don’t even know I’m wearing them (Eargos). They’re virtually invisible.”
Are you ready to experience power that’s designed to be heard, not seen? For a free hearing screening*, or to try a pair of Eargos out for yourself, head over to your local Verizon Victra store. We’re proud to partner with Eargo to bring better hearing experiences to all adults and walks of life. Better hearing made simple – now there’s a tech tool with a nice ring to it.
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*The Hearing Screening is a tool designed to give you general information about your hearing. The Hearing Screening cannot diagnose hearing loss or any other disease or condition. Ask your doctor if you have recently noticed a sudden change in hearing, ear pain, or discharge, or if you have any questions about your hearing. THIS SCREENING DOES NOT REPLACE AN AUDIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION BY A LICENSED HEARING PROFESSIONAL. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN OR AUDIOLOGIST WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS ABOUT YOUR HEARING.