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SINGLE Rayovac Cochlear Mercury Free Batteries Phonak Stick 'n' Stay Stickers Little Things Wallet
Rayovac Cochlear Mercury-Free batteries are designed specifically to meet the needs of patients with cochlear implants. 6 batteries.

A pack of 30 pairs of Phonak Stick 'n Stay clear sticky
pads, designed to comfortably hold hearing instruments in place.

This little leather wallet has a divided compartment on the inside for 2 PowerCels™ and space for earhooks or even a third PowerCel. It will hold either the slim or plus PowerCels and fits comfortably on a keychain.
Rayovac Cochlear Mercury Free Batteries Power One Implant Plus, High Power Zinc Air Batteries 675 (300 batteries) Phonak Roger Clip-On Mic
Rayovac Cochlear Mercury Free batteries meet the high-power demands required by cochlear implants. 60 batteries per box. Cochear implants generally requires more power than hearing aids, even though the batteries used have the same size, shape and voltage. In order to deliver this power, zinc air batteries for cochlear implants are built differently, most typically in a way that increases the availability and efficency of the oxgyen delivered for the chemical reaction.

This package includes 50 packet of 6 batteries in a box. Total batteries - 300 batteries.
Easy to use, the Roger Clip-on Mic is an easy-to-use wireless microphone
that enables people with hearing loss to enjoy effective one-to-one communication
in loud noise and over distance.

This Roger Clip-on Mic is used with miniature Roger
receivers, which attach directly to hearing aids, cochlear implants or Baha

Roger Table Mic Phonak Roger EasyPen
Phonak Roger Table Mic
Our Price: $1,100.00
Sale Price: $1,069.99
Savings: $30.01
The Roger Table Mic is a wireless microphone specifically design to pick up multiple voices in small and large meetings to enable people with hearing loss to focus on work rather than on hearing.  Its omni-directional mode captures sounds from the participants at a meeting around a table.

Roger EasyPen is the new digital standard that bridges the understanding gap, in noise and over distance, by wirelessly transmitting the speaker’s voice directly to the listener. Roger systems feature one or more wireless microphones, used by the speakers, and discrete Roger receivers that connect to the listener's hearing instruments or cochlear implants.