The audiology red dot design award dates back to 1955 and is now one of the world's largest and most distinguished design competitions. More than 14,000 participants from over 70 nations document the relevance of the internationally sought-after red dot.
In the jury's opinion, in medicine, quality of life is a measure of people's well-being. SoundLens by Starkey, goes a long way to improving this. The SoundLens invisible hearing aid fits snugly in the second bend of your ear canal and uses the ear's acoustics for natural sound quality.
But the best bit is when worn, the hearing aid is invisible, so nobody can see it.
SoundLens is a completely new concept in auditory help and compensates for your individual hearing loss. Everything works automatically too. There are no controls to worry about so there's no need to keep fiddling about and adjusting the sound settings. You can start enjoying life again as you concentrate on hearing, rather than thinking about your hearing aid.
When speech and conversation sounds are detected the sound is automatically increased at different frequencies so you hear and understand it clearly. Even in background noise. SoundLens continuously analyses incoming sounds and adapts to each individual situation so you always get the best hearing possible.