Unitron is a Canadian hearing aid brand that was founded in 1964. Based in Waterloo Region, Ontario, the company is part of the Sonova Group, which also includes the Phonak hearing aid brand. Together, the group supplies hearing aids and accessories to more than 70 countries around the world, with a strong presence in Europe and North America.
Since the brand was formed, Unitron has focused on developing Unitron products, features and accessories that benefit hearing aid wearers the most. The company became a leader in power analog behind-the-ear (BTE) devices during the 1980s for people with severe to profound hearing loss. Today, Unitron offers around 20 hearing aid products and a wide selection of accessories to provide customers with a natural hearing experience and speech clarity even in noisy settings.
Unitron has a wide range of accessories and apps to accompany its hearing aids, for instance:
Unitron’s range of Moxi hearing aids is available as receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aids that offer all levels of technology. Depending on which technology level you choose, the Moxi range offers:
Two of the leading Unitron Moxi hearing aids are the Moxi Jump and Moxi Fit.
The Moxi Fit is a relatively small RIC hearing aid with a built-in push button which allows you to control the hearing aid features such as Bluetooth connectivity and Telecoil, depending on which version of the Moxi Fit you are using. You can choose from between 10 and 12 hearing aid colors, while the Moxi Fit models utilize all three of Unitron’s available hearing platforms: North, Discover, and Tempus. The Moxi Fit devices that use the Tempus and North platforms for instance will include the Teleocoil hearing loop system. However, they are not Bluetooth enabled. Meanwhile, the Moxi Fit hearing aids that utilize the Discover platform has Bluetooth but not Telecoil. You cannot get both the Moxi Fit hearing aids. All hearing aids in the Unitron Moxi Fit range use 312 non-rechargeable hearing aid batteries.
The Moxi Jump hearing aid is available in 10 colors and comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides 24 hours of charge, a telecoil that amplifies the sounds you want to hear, and a push-button that enables you to change the volume and settings as you wish. The Moxi Jump uses the technology of Sonova’s Sword chip 3.0 – the very latest wireless chip for smart hearing devices. There are four technology levels with this device, while all Moxi Jump hearing aids use the Discover platform enabling the hearing aids to work in unison with today’s Apple and Android smartphones. Moxi Jump devices also utilize the Unitron brand’s FLEX option which upgrades the hearing aids to a more advanced technology level.
To find out whether you could benefit from a Unitron hearing aid, schedule a consultation with your hearing care professional and they can discuss which hearing aid options best suit your needs.
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