Lee Majors Rechargeable Bionic hearing aids are advertised on television as a quality hearing aid option. The Lee Majors hearing aid is a digital hearing aid with the unique feature of being rechargeable.

Hearing aid batteries are considered a hassle by many hearing aid users. Hearing aid batteries are small and can be difficult to replace. They must be stored properly or may become useless.

It is no wonder that some hearing aid users have embraced the Lee Majors Rechargeable Bionic Hearing Aid. These hearing aids come with a case that acts as a charger. The case can be plugged into an electrical outlet or use two regular AAA batteries to charge the hearing aids.

The Lee Majors Rechargeable Bionic Hearing Aid also comes with three ear caps of different sizes to provide a comfortable fit. The charging case doubles as a protective storage or traveling case. These hearing aids come with a cleaning brush, instruction pamphlet, and storage pouch.

As with ordering any hearing aid without the assistance of a hearing professional or audiologist, there are some disadvantages. The settings for these hearing aids are not customized as the settings would be for digital hearing aids purchased through an audiologist.

Some causes of hearing loss are treatable. Hearing loss can also be a symptom of a serious health problem. If a person purchases hearing aids marketed directly to the public, the person may have a treatable condition or dangerous health concern that can go undetected without medical hearing examination and screening.

There is a thirty-day trial offer for the Lee Majors rechargeable hearing aid. For almost fifteen dollars, the hearing aid user can try the hearing aid. After the trial period, the hearing aid user is billed for three payments of over sixty-six dollars for the hearing aid.

The price for the Lee Majors hearing aid may sound expensive, but hearing aids are major purchases that can cost thousands of dollars. One advantage of a Lee Majors hearing aid is that it can provide a hearing aid for people who do not have insurance coverage for hearing aids and cannot afford a typical hearing aid.

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