Okay, not invisible in the sense that you can see completely through them, although that would be a nifty engineering feat, but invisible in the way that nobody has to know you're wearing them at all. In fact, someone has to look really closely at your ear to spot the small pull-tab that helps you remove your Eargos, and if anyone does get that near to you, say a stranger at the supermarket, we recommend politely asking them to take a giant step back.
If you're looking for a challenge, we suggest the Sunday crossword. If you want an easy-to-use hearing aid, look no further than Eargos. From the moment you have them delivered straight to your door, to the highly-trained assistance you'll receive from our Personal Hearing Professionals, to enjoying conveniences like rechargeable batteries, you'll appreciate how we've considered every aspect of these advanced listening devices. And now, if you ever need a six-letter word for a "Cutting-edge, easy-to-use hearing aid" that answer's also a piece of cake.
Our patented Flexi Fibers are the not-so-secret secret sauce behind our superior clarity and comfort. (Go ahead, tell your friends, we don't mind.) They cleverly suspend each Eargo device in the ear canal, letting air and sound flow naturally to your eardrum. That means you hear true lower bass tones while we focus on amplifying high frequency tones (that's important for mavens of the opera and the art of conversation.) And if you have mild to moderate hearing loss, we're sure you'll agree that our comfortable Flexi Fibers feel a whole lot better than having a chunk of plastic blocking your ear.
When we say Eargos are reinventing hearing aids, it's not just our patented technology we're talking about. Eargo devices cost 52% less than traditional hearing aids*, and that's a fact we're extremely proud of. When you figure in financing plans as low as $93/month**, we're able to help even more people hear life to the fullest.
What's more, every Eargo system comes with two hearing devices (because it's socially-awkward to ask friends to speak into one particular ear), as well as a charging case that's as beautiful as it is convenient, replacement Flexi Fibers and one-on-one support and training from our team of licensed professionals. We could go on and on, but how about you learn more online at shop.eargo.com.
Have questions? We're listening. Contact our team of licensed hearing professionals today at 1-800-61-EARGO and to see how comfortable Eargos are to wear.
Here are some steps to get you started*:
* These steps are not to be used for official hearing loss diagnosis.
Personal Sound Amplification Products, also referred to with the acronym PSAP or "Personal Sound Amplification Devices," are defined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a “wearable electronic product not intended to compensate for impaired hearing.” They are not hearing aids, which the FDA describes as intended to compensate for impaired hearing. PSAPs are intended for individuals with normal hearing. PSAPs are not intended to make up for impaired hearing. PSAPs are not a medical device and are not regulated by the FDA. They are intended for consumers with normal hearing to amplify sounds in the environment for a number of reasons, such as for recreational activities.
Some of those experiencing tinnitus have reported some symptom relief through tinnitus maskers, the use of sound machines (which produce "white noise") and, in some cases, hearing aids. Eargo was designed for individuals with mild to moderate, high-frequency hearing loss. We cannot offer assurance our hearing aid will provide relief from tinnitus.
The ears are the biggest pipeline of information to the brain (we can almost hear Alaska from our cerebrum). As we age, we can lose cells in the ear and the pipeline can close (or be cut off due to a lack of funding), starving the brain for information. Untreated hearing loss can lead to social isolation and early-onset dementia, and also affects the brain’s ability to remember common, everyday sounds. The channels that are no longer effectively used further reduce the quality of life for those affected by hearing loss, not to mention the lives of those around them. Don’t forget to cancel those extraneous channels from your cable package to save on next month’s bill, too.
Eventually, the brain will forget those sounds over time and will no longer understand them. Audiologist Cindy Beyer, AuD, Senior VP, HearUSA, West Palm Beach, Fla. noted that "This condition is called auditory deprivation, and studies indicate that the longer a patient goes without treatment the more likely it is that the brain will forget how to process speech, even after treatment is implemented."
Delaying treatment for hearing loss can risk permanently impairing the brain’s ability to understand speech. Unsure whether this article is being directed toward your ears? Here are some signs and symptoms of hearing loss. Our team of hearing health professionals are available round the clock (well, almost, we like our beauty sleep) for any questions you may have. We’re all ears at 1-800-61-EARGO!
Even before you even place an order, we're there for you. If you have an audiogram, email your results to(or fax it to 1-888-516-6521) and we'll provide recommendations to improve your hearing health. Don't forget to include contact information, so we can easily get in touch with you.
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☑Standard shipping is free and only takes 3 to 5 business days from the time it leaves our warehouse.
☑Accelerated shipping is an extra $25 per shipment in a speedy 1 to 2 business days from the time it leaves our warehouse.
More questions about charging:
No, the hearing aid charge time will be the same whether the charger is plugged in or not.
No, there is no difference in hearing aid or charger battery life if you charge with a plugged in charger or use the charger’s own built in battery.
No, there is no need to drain the batteries before charging them. Your hearing aid battery life will not shorten if you repeatedly recharge them after being only partially discharged.
No, there is no difference in the battery life whether you keep it plugged in or plug it in periodically to recharge it.
No, you can recharge the charger at any time and not worry that you are damaging the battery or shortening its life.
Your Eargos come with a full 12-month manufacturer warranty that covers manufacturing defects. And as our lawyers put it so eloquently, the warranty will not be valid if an Eargo device has been modified or damaged by the user, if the serial number has been altered, or if repairs have been made without the consent and knowledge of Eargo. If your Eargo stops functioning correctly, simply call us at 1-800-61-EARGO.
Eargos also come with a Loss & Damage Warranty. If you lose one or both of your devices, or if they're damaged beyond repair (AKA used as a snack by your dog...and this is not a "homework" excuse, dogs are actually attracted to the smell of ears), just give us a call and we'll send a new replacement at a reduced cost. The Loss & Damage portion of your warranty can be used only once per device, but the repair warranty is still active even if you replaced a device with the Loss & Damage Warranty.
At Eargo, we engineered out all the hassles. If for whatever reason you aren't 100% happy with your Eargo devices, you can return them to us within 45 days after delivery. It's very simple and there are no hassles. Prior to returning your devices, please contact Client Care at 1-800-61-EARGO and one of our Eargo specialists will help walk you through returning your device and begin the process of generating a return authorization and a pre-paid return label.or simply give us a call at
Refunds are processed within 10 business days upon receipt, provided that they are still in good condition.