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High-quality hearing aid batteries

Size 10 batteries
6 batteries per pack (yellow)
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Size 312 batteries
6 batteries per pack (brown)
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Size 13 batteries
6 batteries per pack (orange)
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Size 675 batteries
6 batteries per pack (blue)
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Get free hearing aid batteries

When you buy new hearing aids at Hidden Hearing, you’ll get free batteries for the first three years. You can read more about the benefits of being a Hidden Hearing customer here:

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Compare hearing aid batteries

Using the comparison chart for battery colour codes below, you'll always know which battery size is right for your hearing aids. So when you need new hearing aid batteries, just compare the coloured tabs on any batteries you have at home and match them to the table below. 

Size Color Code Typical Uses  Average Lifespan
675 Blue Power BTE 9–20 days
13 Orange BTE, ITE 6–14 days
312 Brown miniBTE, miniRITE, ITC 3–10 days
10 Yellow CIC, IIC 3–7 days

6 tips for getting the most out of your hearing aid batteries

  1. Hearing aid battery life expectancy
    Batteries can last between three and ten days, depending on your hearing loss, how long you wear your hearing aid for, and the age of the batteries.
  2. The 5-minute rule for hearing aid batteries
    Let the battery rest for five minutes after removing the sticker. This will allow the air to activate the battery, which can expand its life by days.
  3. Hearing aid battery bounce test
    Drop the battery on a table from a height of around 10–15 cm. If the battery bounces several times, you should replace it.
  4. Conserve your hearing aid battery life
    Leave the battery door open when you remove your hearing aids at night.
  5. What should you do with old hearing aid batteries?
    Find your closest battery recycling point.
  6. Storing hearing aid batteries
    Keep your batteries in a dry place at room temperature.
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Hearing aids with rechargeable batteries

Using rechargeable batteries means you don’t have to buy new batteries or throw away used ones. Your wallet and the environment will both benefit.

  • No need to replace batteries weekly (they last 4–5 years)
  • Recharge your hearing aids at night
  • Get a full charge from just 3–4 hours of charging time
  • Save money over time
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Rechargeable hearing aids vs traditional disposable batteries

Should you choose disposable or rechargeable batteries? Use the lists below to help you.

Rechargeable batteries Disposable batteries
Practical and easy to handle Universally available
Overnight charge lasts all day Batteries can be replaced on-the-go
Only available with certain hearing aids Handling batteries can be fiddly
More environmentally friendly
Less environmentally friendly

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