Best Places to Buy Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids

BEST Places to Buy Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids

BEST Places to Buy Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids. Finest Locations to Purchase Over-The-Counter (OTC) Listening to Aids! Physician Cliff Olson, Audiologist and founding father of Utilized Listening to Options in Phoenix Arizona, talks about the very best locations to purchase OTC Listening to Aids.

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Finest Purchase, BestBuy.com, Walmart Pharmacy, CVS, Walgreens, your Listening to Care Skilled.

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37 thoughts on “Best Places to Buy Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids”

  1. Everyone who is interested in buying an OTC hearing aid, should get a professional hearing test FIRST. (If it's past moderate hearing loss, don't bother buying an OTC.)Then where ever the OTC hearing aid is purchased, ASK if it is RETURNABLE, usually within a set My n is well-fitting earmolds. It makes a huge difference. Thanks for the videos.

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  2. Hi Dr. Cliff. 4 days ago I asked if you do a review on Innerscope Hearing. I realize reviews takes time to prepare, however, can you please make a comment or a mention on the company and their brands they are selling in Walmart, CVS Pharmacy, Hy-Vee, Rite-Aid, Best Buy, etc. Thanks.

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  3. Yesterday I completed 3 online OTC hearing tests, with wildly varying results: one said I had mild hearing loss, the second that I had normal hearing, and the third that I had profound hearing loss. In reality, I have documented mild-to-moderate hearing loss, with my most recent audiogram being 3 months ago, and I have worn hearing aids since 2016. My word to anyone tempted to try OTC hearing aids: Don't trust the self-administered online hearing tests; get a professional hearing evaluation done before shopping for OTC hearing aids. Your insurance MAY cover or reimburse you for the evaluation, even if it does not cover the hearing aids themselves. It's the only way to know for sure whether you have hearing loss and what kind of hearing loss it may be.

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  4. Doc Olson what brand OTC hearing aid/aids do you recommend with bluetooth connectivity that can answer calls, stream youtube videos etc and has rechargable batteries?..please help

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  5. I just recently went to an audiologist, had a hearing test and was given choices for inexpensive to expensive hearing aids that Medicare will discount to help me pay for them. NOW WHAT TO DO?? Shld I choose the h. aids my audiologist recommended & buy with them OR take my hearing test results to an OTC place for advise? Will OTC accept Medicare insurance??
    By the way, I only wanted 1 h.aid for my ear with mid hearing loss & tinnitus.
    This for any further advise!

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  6. Love your videos. Thank you for all your hard work. There is a lot of buzz over Innerscope Hearing these days. Last year they acquired Hearing Assist and iHear Medical and have their own hearing aids as well. Could you please make a video to review their products. Also, they are deploying hearing screening kiosks all over the United States in retail stores such as CVS Pharmacy, Hy-Vee grocery chain and others. They are also sold in Best Buy, Walgreens and Walmart. Thank you. I'll be watching.

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  7. It's Hearing Assist that I can't quite understand what they do. They seem to be betting heavily on awareness but with fairly ordinary products if you compare them to other big players in the industry.
    Thank you for your videos it is always very interesting.

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  8. I suspect that the industry could have easily avoided this emerging new paradigm if it had been a bit less heavy handed in insisting on only selling “the latest and greatest” model to customers. Correct me if wrong but I have yet to encounter a major industry leading aid company offering to sell “last year’s model” at a reduced price alternative after a new version is introduced.

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  9. If Hearing Aid Dealers, and Audiologists have a mandated return policy to protect seniors so should all the OTC manufacturers. Trying to counsel someone on using hearing devices takes skill, time, and patience. I fear a alot of late night informercial, and interent scam artists are going to take advantage of seniors looking for help. This law truly falls short, if congress cared they should have just set a medicare contract price for basic prescription hearing aids dispensed by a hearing specialist, and covered it as they do most prosthetic devices.

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  10. Nice honest review Cliff! I’m lucky I have a new, one year old pair of Phonak Paradise 50’s, plus my bold pair of COSTCO Resounds as my back up set, so I doubt if I’ll be buying any OTC hearing aids! That said I’ve invested over $20,000 over the past three decades so I know how expensive quality hearing aids cost and I realize that many people are simply priced out of the market! So in some regards this good news for many but I’m skeptical about them being able to write and pair the correct hearing prescription at these prices!

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