InnerScope Hearing Technologies is introducing its HearingAssist over-the-counter rechargeable hearing aids at Walgreens.com. Customers can also find the brand's EZHear Neckband Amplifier and other assorted HearingAssist supplies on the site.
"InnerScope continues to execute on its successful B2B sales growth strategy with this latest HearingAssist launch on Walgreens.com,” said Matthew Moore, president and CEO of InnerScope Hearing Technologies. "Walgreens customers can now enjoy the premium rich hearing features offered in the HearingAssist OTC Rechargeable Hearing Aids with prices starting at $499 to $799 a pair compared to similar hearing aids with the same features for thousands of dollars more.”
"Walgreens customers can purchase HearingAssist OTC Rechargeable Hearing Aids without a hearing exam or prescription or need to see a hearing health professional for fitting," the company said.
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HearingAssist OTC Rechargeable Hearing Aids are priced from $499 to $799 a pair and work right out of the box. The company noted, "However, for customers who would like assistance adjusting the devices to their specific listening needs, HearingAssist's call center has a team of doctors of audiology and licensed hearing professionals who will help adjust the devices to get the maximum hearing benefit in every listening environment."
HearingAssist OTC Rechargeable Hearing Aids have the latest in hearing technology features, including Bluetooth wireless app-controlled models that allow full audio streaming using a smartphone for hands-free phone calling and listening to music or podcasts. As a result, HearingAssist OTC Rechargeable Hearing Aids deliver a clear and crisp sound for understanding conversations on the phone, in a group setting or a noisy environment.
Additionally, HearingAssist OTC Rechargeable Hearing Aids have the same high-end hearing technology features (full wireless audio streaming, direction microphones, noise reduction algorithms and environmental programs) as hearing aids sold and fit by hearing healthcare professionals for as much as $5,000 a pair or more, the company said.
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