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Nano OTC Recharge Hearing Aids, Costco Brands Alternative Device Range Expands

An emerging US hearing aid manufacturer announces updates to its range of rechargeable, over-the-counter devices for individuals with auditory impairments.

The newly expanded range of devices provides consumers with a cost-effective alternative to products offered by retailers such as Costco. While there are many prescription-only hearing aids on the market today, they come with a high price tag in excess of $1000. but NANO's advanced models are available for less than $300.

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NANO Hearing Aids' refurbished and rechargeable hearing aids provide up to 12 hours of use on a single charge and come with a special charging case that makes it easy to top up power while on the move. Many of the devices offered by competitors like Costco require batteries which are expensive to replace.

NANO hearing aids are designed to offer a discrete audiological support solution, the company says. Its popular CIC2 model, for instance, fits completely into the ear canal while its subtle light brown color helps it blend in seamlessly, making people less self-conscious about wearing a hearing device. All models come with a 12-month warranty and a 45-day return policy as standard. The products can be shipped anywhere in the US.

The CIC2 ships with a variety of ear tips and domes to ensure a comfortable and secure fit for ears of all sizes. A push button on the device lets the wearer make easy adjustments to audio levels as and when they need it. All products in the NANO range are FDA Class One-registered.

Those who are looking for an around-the-ear style of hearing aid are advised to take advantage of the advanced features of the NANO X2 Recharge and the NANO Sigma Plus models. With four program modes, noise reduction, powerful amplification, and dual microphones, these devices offer high-quality audio and customizable settings. The equivalent models available from Costco stores - from brands like Phillips, Rexton, and Jabra - are retailing for around $1,500. By comparison, the Nano X2 is available for $497, while the Sigma Plus costs $597, the company adds.

A spokesperson says, “Nano Hearing Aids has helped over half a million people with their hearing loss. We’re passionate about enriching lives with our quality hearing aids at an affordable price.”

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