The hearing aid batteries of the brand Audilo are called Premium because of their high quality. From their design to their use, everything has been designed to meet your energy needs.
The 10 hearing aid batteries are the smallest available and are compatible with all your hearing aids, assistive listening devices or amplified earpieces.
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|Strength 1||Mercury free, made in England|
|Strength 2||Long service life|
|Strength 3||Suitable for digital and analogue devices|
|Strength 4||Colour code: yellow|
|Hearing aid battery size||10|
|Number of pieces||10|
|Format Mandatory (Batteries)||Auditive|
|Number of battery(ies) Mandatory||60|
|Type de produit||Pile|
|Battery type||Type 10|
"Premium hearing aid batteries for everyday hearing aid performance
Our Audilo Premium 10 batteries are made in the UK, reducing the environmental footprint by short delivery. The careful manufacture of these batteries ensures they last, are reliable and provide the power you need.
They are compatible with all hearing aids that accept size 10 batteries,
comply with all EU regulations (CE certified), are mercury free and use zinc air technology.
Our hearing aid batteries Audilo have a shelf life of 4 years. The technology included in these batteries allows them to remain durable throughout this period.
The tabs protecting the hearing aid batteries are large and ergonomically designed for easy replacement.
What size hearing aid battery? It is important to note that a hearing aid model can only support one size of battery. BTE or RIC hearing aids are usually fitted with 10, 13 or even 675 batteries (for the larger models). Battery size 10 (the smallest hearing aid battery size) is most often used with CIC and IIC hearing aids. If you are unsure about which battery size to use, consult your hearing care professional.
How do I use my batteries? Remove the tab on the back of your battery and wait one minute before placing it in your hearing aid.
How do I preserve the life of my batteries? Keep your batteries in their original packaging, at room temperature and in a dry place. If possible, place them in an airtight box to protect them from oxidation. You can also buy a battery tester to check the condition of your batteries. Finally, when you are not using your hearing aid, it is recommended that you switch it off and open the battery compartment.
Where should I dispose of my hearing aid batteries? Please note that the rule is the same as for conventional batteries: you must dispose of them in the bins provided for used or out-of-date batteries (at the waste disposal centre or in your supermarket, for example).
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