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Introduction to Phonak Hearing Aids

Phonak Hearing Aids (Official Website) is a premium Swiss hearing aid manufacturer. Their hearing aids are some of the most flexible and adjustable on the market. This means that they can be made to work for almost any hearing loss, or any hearing requirements. Phonak arguably has the world’s largest range of hearing aids for any hearing loss.

History

Hearing aid manufacturer Phonak was founded in 1947 in Switzerland, and is part of the Sonova Group. As of 2017, Sonova had almost a 25% market share of hearing aid sales globally, which makes them part of the largest hearing aid group in the world. Phonak have been an ever present brand in the hearing aid market, particularly in the digital age.

Range of Products

There is a huge range of Phonak hearing aids, which includes a tiny and very discreet Invisible in the Canal (IIC) hearing aid, right up to a super power Behind the Ear (BTE) model. The full range boasts popular technology such as lithium-ion rechargeable batteries and smartphone compatible hearing aids.

Innovations

They were the first to release; a 100% invisible hearing aid called the Lyric, a biometric calibrated hearing aid and a titanium bodied hearing aid. They were also the first to launch direct streaming from any Bluetooth phone to the hearing aid, with their Audeo B hearing aid.

Awards

Phonak Hearing Aids are recipients of design awards from both iF and The German Design Awards. Winner of the Silver Stevie award at the 2018 American Business Awards.

Sister Companies

Unitron, Sonova Group

A selection of IIC and BTE Phonak Hearing Aids

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