Why You Don’t Need A Hearing Evaluation Or Hearing TestPublished On: May 22, 2019
For decades, hearing loss has been expensive to deal with.
When faced with hearing loss, seniors have had to visit hearing centers to get a hearing test from an audiologist.
Which most people can barely afford…
Then after the hearing test, audiologists will try to sell you on a pair of hearing aids for $3000, $4000, $5000 or MORE.
It was expensive and unfair. But luckily we have good news – one company is cutting hearing tests, hearing centers, and audiologists out of the equation – and cutting costs by over 90%.
The Shift In The Hearing Aid Industry
Since legislation was passed allowing the sale of hearing aids online, one company has managed to cut costs by more than 90%.
This is unheard of in the industry, considering the average cost of hearing aids has been $4700 for a pair for years.
Just in case you didn’t hear that right…
Price Before: $4700/Pair
Price Today: $249/Pair
For decades, hearing aids were simply too expensive for people to afford.
But Nano’s mission is to make hearing accessible to everyone, because everyone deserves to be able to fully experience life.
So don’t worry about a hearing test or evaluation. Don’t spend $4000 more than you need to.
We just got an email from Robert, the CEO of Nano, and due to a viral Facebook post, Nano is almost sold out of their most popular invisible hearing device, and is forced to END ALL promotions for the rest of the year before they sell out — this includes ending their current Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Sale tonight.
If you have any questions, just call Nano at (800) 350-4463. they have a world class service team that customers always rave about.
We got this special link from James to extend the sale for our Hearing Aid Review readers but it probably won’t be active for longer than an hour from reading this.
CLICK HERE to see if the Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Sale is still active and claim this offer before it’s too late >>>
We found this phone number you can call if you have questions or want to talk to someone. If lines are busy, keep calling – you may experience wait times since they’re very popular.