Hearing aid batteries
for all major brands and models
Hearing devices typically run on batteries, which need replacing for optimum performance. There are four common hearing aid battery types which are colour coded on the packaging for easy identification.
• Size 10 hearing aid battery – Colour coded yellow
• Size 13 hearing aid battery – Colour coded orange
• Size 312 hearing aid battery – Colour coded brown
• Size 675 hearing aid battery – Colour coded Blue
All batteries are available from The Independent Hearing Centre and are simple to replace.
Battery Life can vary greatly between devices, level of hearing loss and duration of use. The larger the level of hearing loss, the greater the drain on the battery. Battery size and modern features like wi-fi also play a significant role in battery life.
As a guide, the most common hearing aid battery, size 312, can last for a week when used 10 – 15 hours a day. Our audiologists can advise what kind of battery life you can expect form your specific device, and personal hearing condition.
Rechargeable batteries are now available in some hearing devices. There are obvious benefits to rechargeable batteries, however the initial cost is higher and they do have a limited life; Talk to our audiologists about rechargeable batteries to see if they can work for you.
Ongoing Care includes a recommended annual check up to test your current hearing level against the performance of your hearing device. The Independent Hearing Centre is a partner in your hearing recovery and we will continue to assist you long after the initial fitting, to ensure you get the very best experience from your hearing device.