Rexton Hearing Aids was founded in 1955 and while it has become a subsidiary of Sivantos-owned Signia Siemens hearing aids, Rexton designs and develops its own hearing aid ranges.
The company has developed a reputation for taking a unique approach to delivering hearing solutions, producing comfortable, quality and cutting-edge hearing aids. Rexton is behind some of the smallest hearing aids in the world that deliver unrivalled sound quality. Rexton has strived to take the hearing industry forward with its development of the first Bluetooth-enabled hearing aid and their innovative dust-proof, shockproof and waterproof hearing aid.
Rexton offers an extensive range of rechargeable, discreet and comfortable hearing aids, designed for people with mild to profound hearing loss. While their hearing aids use the latest speech and auditory features, the devices are complemented by a variety of accessories to enhance your hearing and experience of wearing hearing aids.
Rexton developed its Adore range to offer people seamless and consistent quality hearing. Available as in-the-ear (ITE), receiver-in-canal (RIC) and behind-the-ear (BTE) devices, the hearing aids will smoothly adjust to your different sound environments so you will always have a quality listening experience. The hearing aids are Bluetooth compatible and can be paired with your smartphone to become a convenient remote control so you can control your hearing aids discreetly, without having to take them out of your ears.
Rexton’s Adore devices feature MyCore technology to deliver discreet hearing, own voice detection and processing, and direct connectivity to iPhones, TVs, and other Bluetooth-enabled devices. You can also control your Rexton hearing aids from your smartphone using the following apps:
Rexton offers a range of accessories to help improve your hearing and enhance your hearing aid experience. For example:
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