Vancouver, Canada, May 16, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- 3.3 million Canadians with slight to moderate hearing loss go without a hearing aid due to high costs
To help resolve this issue and introduce people with slight to moderate hearing loss to a digital hearing aid a new company called Appa Hearing Technology has been launched. They offer digital hearing aids which can be ordered from their website at a fraction of the cost of conventional hearing aids.
The management team has worked for many years in for the worlds largest hearing aid manufacturer (Siemens Hearing Solutions) They felt that their was little or no hearing solution for the millions of people who just required a quality digital product for a slight to moderate hearing loss at a price they could afford. With their knowledge of the hearing aid industry they have selected two quality digital products that use the latest technology available. With their unique small design their products will fit comfortably in 90% of the population and will last for years.
Ideal for those with slight to moderate hearing loss, hearing better is simple with MaxiSound or Ezhear, at a price to save you hundreds of dollars compared to conventional hearing instruments.
The products on their site are ideal for people looking for a hearing solution for certain aspects of their lifestyle
. You cannot hear the television very well, your partner complains that
you have it too loud
. You think people are mumbling, you can not’t hear them very clearly
. You miss important information when at work i.e in a business meeting
Their products have been created to help the largest segment of the hearing-impaired population – those with a mild, age-related hearing loss, who currently do not choose to seek assistance with their hearing difficulties due to reasons such as cost, perceived stigma and the inconvenience of the existing supply routes. In Canada that equates to 3.3 million people who would benefit from a listening device.
They offer state-of-the-art digital hearing technology that fits comfortably and discreetly in the ear canal. It requires no personal fitting (although if you have an audiogram within the past six months the manufacturer can program the aid to your hearing loss) or hearing assessment, and is available to try immediately in the comfort of your own home. The instrument comes direct to you with everything you need to get started, including batteries and a clear, concise instruction booklet. Each instrument is guaranteed for 12 months and is supplied with a 30 day money back trial period.