In this article, we will take a brief look into the Phonak digital hearing aid launches throughout 2022 and beyond. We will be updating this content as and when new products are available in the UK market from Phonak.
Phonak will be launching a few new hearing aid models to their Paradise platform. This spring: Phonak Virto Paradise hearing aids (including Titanium style) - A distinctively modern custom-made hearing aid featuring universal connectivity. Phonak Audeo Life hearing aids - a completely waterproof hearing aid.
This summer: Phonak Audeo Fit hearing aids includes the first rechargeable hearing solution with a heart rate sensor and Phonak Slim hearing aids with health tracking features.
In summer 2021, Phonak introduced the Paradise Naida to the collection, offering a superpower (P) and rechargeable ultra power (UP) option to those with severe to profound hearing loss. Then in winter 2021, the ActiveVent was launched - an advanced speaker technology that's compatible with rechargeable Paradise models.
In August 2020, Phonak launched their Paradise hearing aid range, making several beneficial improvements since the Marvel was released. The Phonak Paradise promised a great sound quality, increased functionality, universal Bluetooth connectivity and the ability to manage and personalise your hearing experiences even more.
This new hearing aid launch's highlights are the AutoSense 4.0, versatile Bluetooth connectivity and Adaptive Phonak Digital 2.0. Giving new Phonak users a great first fit experience and loyal Phonak users new key features like the Motion-Sensors artificial intelligence. It also taps into a younger audience with its capability to activate multiple Bluetooth connections.
So you can now pair up to eight devices and use two at the same time. This hearing aid has superseded the Phonak Marvel (excluding the Virto Black and Naida models).
Please click on the links below to discover more about the Paradise performance levels, specifications, expert ratings and our prices in this digital hearing aid range.
Phonak launched an updated Naida model (see model below), a B-Titanium addition as well as a new fully-connected ITE hearing aid - Virto Black in early 2020. This model combines both Phonak technology and a stylish look of the modern hearables and wearables we see today. This is Phonak's answer to an earbud that people want to wear and want to be seen wearing.
This custom-made hearing aid will include Marvel technology, Bluetooth streaming, hands-free calls, connection to the personable myPhonak app and will have the ability to be paired with the Roger accessory. Phonak has stated that wearers will be able to experience 10 times more natural hearing in noisy situations and over varying distances (using a Roger Pen).
Please click on the links below to discover more about the Virto Black performance levels and prices in this digital hearing aid range.
Phonak added M-Titanium to their Titanium range - Their latest generation of super discreet custom hearing aids made from their innovative titanium shell along with their Marvel technology, instead of the Belong technology of the Virto B-Titanium and the original Phonak Titanium hearing aids range.
Please click on the links below to discover more about the Virto M-Titanium performance levels and prices in this digital hearing aid range.
Considering the Phonak Virto B, Phonak Black or Phonak B-Titanium hearing aids? Here, at Hearing Aid UK, we pride ourselves in being completely transparent with our prices, services and above all relaying the right information about all our models to our customers. For instance, when a hearing aid is superseded, we make sure this is clear to everyone. It is an important part of what we do, and we want to help you make the right decision on what hearing device is the best for you and your hearing loss.
If a hearing aid has been superseded it means that there is a more technologically advanced option that might provide you with a better hearing solution - depending on what your priorities are.
Why are we talking about this? Well, in truth, we wanted to clarify this as you might have been offered a discount on the Phonak Virto-B, Virto Black and Virto B-Titanium models – and this is about to be superseded by the new Virto Paradise we mentioned earlier. In short, the provider is basically trying to sell through their older models to make way for the new, more advanced version.
Unfortunately, this is quite common practice for some audiology retailers on the high street. This untrustworthy service is not fair to you, as a consumer. We do not advise investing in old technology. Always ask the audiologist if the model you are being shown is the latest on the market.
So, what does the new Naida bring to the table? In brief, when launched, it will be the first superpower hearing aid with universal Bluetooth capability - featuring Marvel 2.0 technology and Roger Direct connection. Offering power users multifunctional features, powerful sound and direct connection to their favourite Bluetooth devices.
Like the Virto Black, you can gain from the flexibility of streaming into both hearing aids at the same time for a more clear sound that is 10 times more natural (using a Roger Pen). You can also use your Roger microphones to assist speech understanding in noise and over distance.
Please click on the links below to discover more about the Naida performance levels and prices in this digital hearing aid range.
If you would like any more information about any of the newest Phonak hearing aid ranges please contact us free on 0800 567 7621
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When we refer to a product as 'New', we mean that the product is new to the market.
When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.