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A Complete Review of the Siemens Hearing Aid

Published On: June 19, 2019


A Complete Review of the Siemens Hearing Aid

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Have you recently taken a hearing test and found out that you need hearing aids? You’ll need only the best with all of the newest technology and features. You’ll find that a Siemens hearing aid has all of this and more to offer.

They are compatible with Bluetooth, have wireless connectivity, and are even water resistant for the truly clumsy. With all the different types and sizes, you’re sure to find one that will suit your needs.

In this article, we’re going to go over who Siemens are as a company and more on what they can offer you in terms of hearing aids and customer support.

1. About Siemens

Siemens (now known as Signia) is a hearing aid company that’s been around for over a century. They bring style and German engineering to the table and pride themselves on their eye for quality.

They have a wide variety of hearing aids that are waterproof, rechargeable, and are so tiny that they are basically invisible.

2. Hearing Aid Features and Styles

Siemens hearing aids are small and fit comfortably in or on your ear. You won’t even know it’s there. They have a tinnitus therapy function and are resistant to dust, dirt, sweat, and moisture.

As far as fittings, you can get them in in-the-ear, in-the-canal, behind-the-ear, receiver-in-canal, invisible, and completely-in-the-canal.

They handle all levels of hearing loss from mild, to the most severe cases. They adapt to Bluetooth and work with your smartphone to provide you with crystal clear phone calls.

This may seem like a lot to choose from, but you will be able to take a hearing test so you can be outfitted with one that will meet all of your hearing needs.

3. Customer Support

When you go with Siemens you will have access to their mobile app, social media support, and common FQAs that can answer any questions that the other two fail to answer.

Nowhere is perfect, there are some places as far as customer support where they don’t excel. They don’t have telephone support so you won’t be able to make a phone call to ask questions, and they don’t offer a live chat. So, you won’t ever really have a conversation with another human unless you’re at one of their physical locations.

4. Plans and Pricing

If your Siemens hearing aid breaks for whatever reason you’ll be able to get a replacement or have yours fixed if it’s within the 3-year warranty. Sadly, they won’t allow you to try a demo before you buy but if you aren’t satisfied with your purchase you’ll have a 45-day money back guarantee.

As far as price range goes, you’d be looking at anywhere around 1,900 to 2,800 and a privacy policy is included in all of this.

5. Popular Hearing Aids

Now that you know a little more about Siemens and the features that their hearing aids have, here are some of their most popular models.

Pure Nx

In the past, you’ve probably had to fight with setting your hearing aids loud enough so you can hear everyone and everything, but low enough where your voice sounds at least somewhat natural. The Pure Nx actually separates your voice from everything around you and treats it as a unique sound so you’ll never have to make this choice again.

The Pure Nx adapts with your iPhone so you’ll be able to make calls, and stream your favorite songs. For those who have Android devices, you’ll still be able to use it but you have to get something called StreamLine Mic.

Lastly, from your phone, you’ll be able to completely control your device and set your settings up just the way you want it.

Silk Nx

Silk Nx are tiny and invisible but what isn’t invisible is their sound quality. They can transfer your calls from your phone to one hearing aid to the other so you’ll hear your calls in both ears.

The Silk Nx has a flexible silicone sleeve so it easily fits your ear. You won’t have to wait for one to be customized for you. It’s comfortable and one hearing aid easily works with another to deliver better sound and less unwanted noise.

Cellion Primax

The Cellion Primax’s are fairly simple but effective. They have a rechargeable battery that is charged up by placing the hearing aid in the charging station. The battery has 24 hours of power so you’ll be able to get through an entire day without having to charge them.

Like the Silk, you’ll be able to transfer your calls from one aid to the other. Unlike the Pure Nx, it doesn’t necessarily signal out your voice from things around you to reduce noise but it still works to fight unwanted noise.

It works with EasyTek accessories and has a touchControl app that you can use to control the aid through your smartphone. If you want to go into manual control, you can do so at the push of a button.

Hear Clearly with a Siemens Hearing Aid

If you suspect that you have an issue with hearing, don’t hesitate to take a hearing test. Siemens can administer this test, and help set you up with a hearing aid that is both technologically advanced and also so comfortable that you won’t feel like it’s there. Put your hearing into the hands of a Siemens hearing aid.

Are you trying to choose between traditional hearing aids and invisible ones? Let us tell you all about the pros and cons of invisible aids.

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