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Hearing Aid Batteries

Powerful hearing aids need powerful batteries. Keep your hearing aids operating at maximum levels with hearing aid batteries from AA Hearing Aid Center. They are designed to stand up to the power requirements for Bluetooth streaming and hands-free phone calls.

During your fitting, AA Hearing Aid Center will discuss the type of hearing aid batteries you will need, how to change batteries and the most reliable brands. 

Hearing aid battery sizes  

AA Hearing Aid Center carries a complete line of hearing aid batteries. Disposable batteries are available in the following sizes:

  • Orange (#13): These are used in devices worn in the ear and behind the ear. Batteries last about 240 hours. 
  • Yellow (#10): This small battery powers hearing aids that fit in the canal. These batteries are good for about 80 hours of use.
  • Blue (#675): The largest battery fits the largest hearing aids and lasts the longest among of time. Good for up to 300 hours. 
  • Brown (#312): The smallest battery fits in the smallest hearing aids worn in the canal. Lasts about 175 hours.

In the event of an emergency, rechargeable batteries can be removed and replaced with disposable batteries. So, even if you wear rechargeable hearing aids, it’s a good idea to keep a set of disposable batteries on hand. 

Maximizing battery life  

AA Hearing Aid Center wants you to get the most from your hearing aid battery life. Follow these tips to maximizing battery life.
Wash your hands before changing batteries. Oils and moisture from your hands aren’t good for the battery or the hearing aid. Always wash your hands before handling your hearing aid batteries.

Store your hearing aids with the battery door open and the device in the “off” position. This will minimize drain on the battery when not in use. 

Remove batteries from your hearing aid if you won’t be using them for an extended period of time. This prevents corrosion.

Also, don’t store your hearing aids in the bathroom. The humidity and moisture from showers can speed corrosion and shorten battery and hearing aid life. 

Store your extra batteries at room temperature. Storing batteries in the refrigerator can expose them to condensation, and moisture causes corrosion. 

Take your time when you install new batteries. Zinc-air batteries need exposure to air to fully activate. Remove the tab and wait five minutes before installing the battery. This single tip can increase the longevity of your batteries.