Founded in 1964, Unitron is a hearing aid manufacturer owned by the Sonova Group, which also owns the hearing brand Phonak. The group supplies hearing aids, products and accessories across more than 70 countries with a focus on delivering high-performance hearing devices.
Throughout the 1980s, Unitron became a leader in delivering analogue behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids for those diagnosed with severe to profound hearing loss.
Today, Unitron is a leader in the digital hearing aid market, winning several product design awards. With an extensive range of advanced hearing aids, Unitron has developed a reputation for producing hearing aid technologies to suit different hearing needs and budgets. The company claims its hearing-aid technology gives users speech clarity in noisy situations and more natural hearing experience.
Unitron’s range consists of approximately 20 products and a wide range of accessories designed to complement Unitron hearing aids with features that offer the very latest in hearing technology. Unitron products are designed around the wearer, which is what the company says drives its innovations such as its Log It All and FlexTrial concept that deliver the ultimate user experience.
Unitron hearing aids are available in five performance levels, each offering different customisation and technology options.
Unitron has created an extensive range of accessories and apps to accompany Unitron hearing aids, including:
Moxi Jump hearing aids take advantage of Sonova’s Sword chip 3.0 which is the latest generation wireless chip for today’s smart hearing aids. Available in a choice of four technology levels, each Moxi Jump hearing aid uses Unitron’s Discover platform which makes them compatible with Apple and Android smartphones. Other features available include:
With Moxi Fit hearing aids you can choose from all three of Unitron’s hearing aid platforms – North, Tempus and Discover. However, while this gives users more choice, you will have to choose between features you would most benefit from. For instance, Moxi Fit hearing aids that use the Discover platform offer Bluetooth technology, but not Telecoil. However, the North and Tempus platforms offer Telecoil but not Bluetooth. Other features of the Moxi Fit hearing aid include:
If you want to find out more about Unitron hearing aids and whether they could benefit you, schedule a consultation with your hearing care professional and they will be able to discuss your options with you.
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