Bluetooth Rechargable OTC Hearing Aids Behind-The-Ear

4.58 / 5
4.58 / 5 star rating
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4.00 / 5 star rating
4 / 5
Throughout my day, I drop plenty of “HUH?”’s paired with a confused gaze, I tested these out for two weeks at work and they truly made a difference, considering the fact I haven’t used any hearing devices, they were pretty comfortable and the sound was clear! The battery surprised me considering how tiny the hearing aids are, they would last me my whole 12 hour shift. Definitely worth it from my point of view, I continue using them on days where I feel I need an extra boost.
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2.00 / 5 star rating
2 / 5
Thanks influenster for sending this over! My hearing level is quite a bit below average, but I'm not deaf. I'm not sure if I'm not the intending user here, but these were a subpar experience. They only registered the loudest of noises; I could not get them to make any sound talking to someone right in front of me. When they do make noise, it is harsh and blown out. When hooked up to bluetooth, it gives you the most metallic, baseless audio; totally unusable for music and unpleasant for videos. Only giving it 2 stars in case this is actually preferable for the totally deaf, but I doubt it.
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3.00 / 5 star rating
3 / 5
The Medline rechargeable Bluetooth hearing aids works as advertised. This unit dose a decent job of amplifying the sounds around you in a moderate range. Lacking in frequency range this unit recreates a tinny sound for all high frequency sounds from clapping, closing a door, dropping a pen or even tapping your finger on glass. At first I found it annoying but after wearing the earbuds for several hours the poor sound quality became less noticeable. Voices sound robotic at times and more like a hand radio. I definitely would not recommend wearing them well eating. It can get noisy and amplifies unwanted mouth noises. The earbuds are very comfortable and easily forgotten on. I never experienced ear fatigue. The Bluetooth is a nice feature. In conclusion I would recommend them for price and convenience but would encourage investing in a higher end product with proper Sound quality for the long-term consumer use. 
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