In this article, we will take a brief look into the Widex digital hearing aid launches throughout the year - starting with the Widex Moment. This content will be updated as and when new hearing aid ranges are available in the UK market from this manufacturer.
We are expecting a 2021 launch soon, but in March 2020, Widex launched its Moment hearing aid range. Welcoming the smallest (at launch) lithium-ion powered rechargeable to the industry. What's special about this you say? Well, Widex hasn't had any rechargeable lithium-ion hearing aids in any of their ranges so far and that's put off consumers. This launch changed all that and Widex answered consumer demands and made the Moment hearing aid a great and competitive rechargeable product in the industry.
What else does the Moment have to offer? As well as providing a sleek and stylish compact charger to ensure all the power you need - it also includes an AI system. This artificial intelligence technology trains your hearing aids to make them more personable to you. So you ultimately benefit from a better hearing experience that's bespoke to your hearing loss needs and environment.
But, the most revolutionary of all is Widex's ZeroDelay Accelerator that is designed to change the way in which hearing aids themselves sound. The first time ever signal processing on a hearing aid will have zero delay. Thus, creating a more natural and realistic sound experience than the hearing aids of the past - introducing the Widex PureSound.
"The revolutionary Widex Moment changes the game to deliver the most pure, natural sound ever. Typically, sound processed in a hearing aid reaches the eardrum later than sound heard directly. And when these two ‘out of sync’ signals mix, you get an artificial sound. But now you can hear every moment - like you used to." Widex
Please click on the links below to discover more about the Widex Moment performance levels and prices in this digital hearing aid range.
If you would like any more information about any of the Widex hearing aid ranges currently on the market, please contact us free on 0800 567 7621
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When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.