Friday, February 29, 2008

G.G. Hearing Aid StabilizerTM

Hearing aids are expensive, typically costing over $1,000, and up to as much as $4,000 for digital hearing aids. Yet a common problem is that hearing aids often fall off, especially with babies and active children under the age of five, which makes it easy to lose the invaluable hearing aid. On average, the hearing aid is on a child's ear less than 50% of the time. The G.G. Hearing Aid Stabilizer is an adjustable ear piece that clamps onto the hearing aid, with two adjustable arms that extend over the top of the ear as well as the bottom of the ear to lock the hearing aid securely in place. This ensures that a child is able to use his hearing ability 100% of the time, as well as helps prevent the loss of the hearing aid. Click on the link to see the complete product profile.

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