In 1992, Costco launched its own-brand Kirkland which the retailer continues to use across its own product lines, from groceries and housewares to hearing aids.
American retailer Costco may be more commonly associated with the bulk buy retail market than hearing healthcare, but since it first introduced hearing aids in 1989, the company has built up a successful hearing centre network.
While Costco’s Kirkland brand is used across many of the retailer’s products, it has become an increasingly popular brand in the hearing aid market. Costco hearing aids may not match other premium hearing aid models like-for-like when it comes to features, but it has become a popular hearing aid range thanks to its affordable price. Costco Kirkland hearing aids are priced much lower than the nearest comparable hearing aid, but customers can still benefit from hearing tests, follow-up appointments and hearing aid cleanings included in the price.
Costco’s latest Kirkland Signature 9.0 hearing aids range has been produced by Sonova International, the parent company of hearing aid brand Phonak. A reliable and durable hearing aid, it builds on the Kirkland Signature 8.0 hearing aid technology to offer comfortable, first-class, reliable sound quality and powerful performance in a modern, sleek device. This receiver-in-ear (RIE) hearing aids have been developed off of the wireless Sonova Sword chip to create hearing aid devices that are Bluetooth-enabled so you can conveniently stream your favourite audio wirelessly from your Bluetooth devices straight to your hearing aids.
If you are looking for a hearing aid that combines good-quality hearing and great value, the Kirkland Signature range could be a good fit for you. Schedule a consultation with your hearing care professional to find out more.
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