UNITRON HEARING AIDS
Unitron is a hearing aid manufacturer based in the Kitchener-Waterloo region of Ontario, Canada, often called “Canada’s Silicon Valley.” Today, the company has U.S. headquarters in Plymouth, Minnesota and its products can be found in more than 46 countries worldwide. Unitron has designed and manufactured hearing instruments to meet people’s needs for more than 50 years. They are backed by the resources of the Sonova Group, the leading global provider of hearing healthcare solutions.
Unitron hearing aids are designed to help those suffering mild, moderate, or severe hearing loss. With numerous styles and fits, you’re sure to find one that fits your unique needs. What’s more, many of their models offer discretion and virtual invisibility while packing technology that delivers a clean sound.
Their hearing aids are backed by sophisticated accessories that allow even better hearing during everyday activities, such as listening to music, or watching entertainment on your television, phone, or tablet.
Each of Unitron’s hearing aids is built from their patient-centric design, which incorporates three pillars: aesthetics, comfort, and intuitive functionality. By designing hearing aids with patients in mind, Unitron has become a major leader in award-winning hearing aid technology.
- Moxi All: The first direct streaming rechargeable hearing aid. Connects directly to ALL Bluetooth® – enabled cell phones.
- Moxi Fit R: As the world’s smallest rechargeable hearing instrument, this device provides industry leading features in a truly flexible solution.
- Tempus: Unitron’s newest platform helps wearer’s conquer the most challenging conversations by working faster and providing more accurate hearing capabilities.
- SoundCore: This advanced technology combines four features – SoundNav, Sound Conductor, Spatial Awareness, and SpeechPro – to help better understand listening environments while making necessary adjustments along the way.
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20dB Hearing offers the full line of Unitron hearing aids. Try them out at any of our nationwide hearing centers and a free 20 days trial to determine if they’re a right fit for you.