The company is owned by the Sonova Group, which also owns the renowned hearing aid brand, Phonak. The Group supplies hearing aid products to more than 70 countries, securing its position as a strong market leader.
Unitron products can be divided into five technology levels to suit a range of different hearing needs, technology requirements and budgets. Unitron claims its hearing aids give users a more natural hearing experience with greater speech clarity, even in the noisiest settings. The company has an extensive product range and a large selection of products and accessories available to go with its devices. Unitron claims that its wide product and technology range is focused on giving customers an easy and stress-free user experience.
Unitron has developed an extensive range of accessories and apps designed to complement their hearing aids and help improve the way users engage with the world around them. This includes a lithium-ion battery charging station which can also come with an additional power pack to charge hearing aids overnight without the need of a power outlet. The rechargeable kit even converts some of Unitron’s hearing aids into rechargeable devices or giving you the option of swapping in zinc-air batteries to ensure non-stop use.
There are also smartphone apps that enable you to control and adjust your hearing aids from your phone such as Remote Plus, Remote Control 2 and the uControl 2.0 app. You can also stream audio from your TV or other devices using the TV Connector accessory or uStream or uDirect 3. uDirect 2 and uMic are wireless microphones that enable you to enjoy clear phone conversations and hear people better, even in noisy environments.
Unitron’s Moxi family of hearing aids are receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aids and offer all levels of technology. Depending on which level you choose, the Moxi range of hearing aids can offer:
Two popular Unitron Moxi hearing aids are:
The Moxi Jump hearing aid from Unitron comes in a choice of 10 colours with a built-in push-button that enables you to make changes to the hearing aid’s settings and volume. It also has a rechargeable battery and a telecoil so you can easily hear phone conversations and stream audio by amplifying what sounds you want to hear instead of the ambient sounds you don’t want to listen to. The hearing aid uses Sonova’s Sword chip 3.0, which is the very latest wireless chip technology for advanced hearing aids.
The Moxi Jump R uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and is available in four key technology levels. All Jump R hearing aids utilise the brand’s Discover Platform which allows the hearing aids to connect to Apple and Android smartphones.
The Moxi Fit hearing aid is available in a choice of 10 to 12 colours to match your hair and skin tone, and comes with a built-in push button to enable you to control the hearing aid volume and other features such as Bluetooth connectivity and Telecoil, depending on which version of the Moxi Fit hearing aid you have. The Moxi Fit hearing aid enables you to choose from all three of Unitron’s hearing aid platforms – Tempus, North, and Discover.
Moxi Fit hearing aids use non-rechargeable 312 batteries and depending on the model you choose there are three to four receiver power levels available.
If you have noticed a change in your hearing or think you might benefit from a Unitron hearing aid, schedule a consultation with a hearing care professional.
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