Widex (Official Website) has a reputation as one of the most innovative manufacturers in the industry. Their uncompromising approach to hearing technology has led to such advances as the world’s first digital in-the-ear hearing aid, as well as their own revolutionary wireless technology. Their mission is to provide hearing solutions that are easy to use and seamlessly integrated in daily life.
Widex is a family-owned company founded in Denmark in 1956. Today, it is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of hearing aids. Their hearing aids are sold in more than 100 countries worldwide, and the company employs over 4,000 people. Throughout their time in audiology, Widex have had many significant milestones and accolades, including having the world’s smallest Receiver in the Ear (RITE), the Passion, an accolade that wasn’t surpassed for 10 years until 2016 (Unitron Moxi Now). In 1995, they were the first to launch a fully programmable digital In the Ear (ITE).
Range of Products
Widex have a full range of Custom, Receiver in the Ear (RITE) and Behind the Ear (BTE) hearing aids. They also boast iPhone compatible and rechargeable models, often utilizing tinnitus management and wireless technology.
Widex have a dedicated landline phone solution (DexPhone), which streams landline calls directly into both ears, which is immensely useful, and at time of writing, is one of only two products that can achieve this. The new Evoke system evolves and changes based on the alterations you make. They ‘learn’ and alter the sound based on your sound quality preferences, in real time.
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