Beltone hearing aid batteries offer quality, reliability and longer life than most other brands—and they're mercury-free! Our batteries are tested after manufacturing and again prior to packaging to ensure that they are consistently fresh and properly sized for your Beltone hearing aids .Also, Beltone batteries are made using precision standards that help prevent small variations in size and shape that can bend battery contacts and cause hearing aid intermittence.
Your local Beltone Hearing Care Practitioner is your best source for Beltone hearing aid batteries, which come in convenient 4-packs, 6-packs and 8-packs. Use only fresh Beltone zinc-air batteries and you'll always get maximum performance from your hearing aids.
Tips for battery use:
- Carry extra batteries with you to avoid dead batteries at critical moments
- Keep the tab in place on your zinc-air batteries until ready for use. Attempts to “reseal” the tab will not extend the battery's life
- Give batteries time to activate. Wait 60 seconds after tab removal before placing in your hearing aids
- Never carry loose batteries in pockets or handbags where they may touch other metal objects
- Keep batteries and hearing aids out of reach of infants and children. If a battery is accidentally ingested, see a doctor immediately. Do NOT induce vomiting
How to get the most from your batteries:
- Store batteries at room temperature (65°F-80°F). Hearing aid batteries will retain up to 97% of their power for a full year when stored at room temperature
- Avoid storing in hot or humid places. Do not refrigerate, as refrigeration may loosen the tab, causing activation and loss of power
- Open the battery compartment door of your hearing instruments every night. This prevents moisture buildup
Remember that battery life is determined by hearing aid size, battery size, hours of use per day, amplification strength and amount of wireless streaming