SIGNIA’S NEW RECHARGEABLE HEARING AID BOASTS LONG STREAMING LIFE

Signia AX Charger

Signia, the global leader in rechargeable hearing aids, has announced Cellion — the world’s first lithium-ion-powered rechargeable hearing aid that makes use of wireless inductive charging technology. Cellion gives hearing aid wearers the convenience of unlimited wireless streaming for 24 hours on a single charge*. The hearing aids are powerful enough to treat up to severe hearing loss yet are comparable in size to other discreet receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) hearing aids. Cellion comes in twelve colors and has earned an IP-68 rating**, making it highly resistant to water, dirt and dust.

Intelligently designed for smarter, simpler charging

Unlike other lithium-ion and silver-zinc rechargeable hearing aids, Cellion’s unique OneShell design means there are zero charging contacts to align. This eliminates the hassle of exactly aligning the hearing aids inside a charger, making the entire system more reliable and convenient for hearing aid wearers. There is no battery door because the lithium-ion battery is completely integrated and sealed into the housing. This makes opening and closing small battery doors or replacing tiny batteries a thing of the past — which is particularly important for those with dexterity or vision challenges.

Never change hearing aid batteries again

Cellion’s smart wireless inductive technology contains several other benefits over competitive rechargeable hearing aids. Interchangeable charging slots allow the left and right hearing aids to be placed on either side of the charger. Once inserted, the hearing aids automatically turn themselves off and immediately begin to charge. When the hearing aids are removed, they intuitively know to turn themselves back on.

“It’s no secret that consumers want the convenience of rechargeable hearing aids,” said Scott Davis, CEO, Signia. “That’s why we’re so proud to bring the world’s most advanced lithium-ion rechargeable hearing solution to market with Cellion. It combines all the benefits of wireless inductive technology on the outside with Signia’s most advanced hearing technology on the inside. The result is an effortless listening, charging, and overall hearing aid wearing experience.”

More power, same trusted energy-efficiency

Cellion hearing aids are fully charged in only four hours and ready to use for 24 hours even with full-time audio streaming. The 30-minute fast charge feature enables more than seven hours of hearing enjoyment. Eco-friendly Cellion can replace hundreds of disposable zinc-air batteries usually used during a hearing aid’s lifetime.

Micro USB adaptor for on-the-go charging

Another unique advantage for Cellion wearers: convenience, even when traveling. The charger unit is equipped with a standard micro-USB interface that gives wearers the freedom to charge their hearing aids with nearly any USB-compatible power source (e.g., laptops, car adapters, power packs).

A legacy of rechargeable innovation

Signia has been the industry leader in energy-efficient rechargeable solutions since 2007 when it introduced Centra Active® as its first rechargeable hearing aid. Thanks to the eCharger™ accessory, Signia hearing aid wearers have been able to enjoy all the benefits of rechargeability for nearly a decade.

More information about Cellion can be found at www.signiausa.com/cellion.

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