In addition, doctors, nurses, first responders and military can save 20%, while federal employees might be able to get Eargo for free.
The new Eargo Neo HiFi aids use a “flexi palm design” to hold their position in your ear.
It’s never easy to transition to wearing hearing aids, and the stratospheric pricing that has traditionally accompanied most of those medical devices has not helped. Starting in 2017, though, legislation enabled more affordable hearing aids to be sold directly to consumers, and Eargo has been at the forefront of that effort. Just as importantly, Eargo’s hearing aids are more like consumer earbuds than Class 1 medical devices: They’re easy to use, you can adjust them via a mobile app, thanks to Bluetooth, and they charge in a friendly, attractive case. And from now through Dec. 28, the, no promo code or coupon required. That’s $350 off the list price. Not the best price ever, but within $100 of the lowest pricing we’ve seen.
To be clear, that’s $350 off for the pair of hearing aids and all the bundled accessories. If you’re thinking in earbud terms that might sound like a lot of money, but hearing-aid wearers are used to seeing substantially higher prices. In fact, it’s not unusual to pay about this much for each individual earbud rather than the complete set. But despite the far more affordable price, the Neo HiFi aids are designed to deliver really high sound quality, with features such as wind-noise reduction and feedback cancellation.
They’re also fully invisible in-ear buds, and rely on a “flexi palm design,” which are little treelike spikes that position the buds in your ear.
Eargo offers a number of year-round discount programs for military, health care and federal workers. If you might fall into one of these categories, read on for all the details:
First published earlier this year. Updated to reflect new information.
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