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Your federal health insurance benefits could get you Eargo hearing aids at no cost to you*
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Your federal health insurance benefits could get you Eargo's virtually invisible, comfortable, and rechargeable hearing aids at no cost to you.*
*Your out-of-pocket costs may vary depending on plan benefits, eligibility, deductible, co-insurance, and model of device chosen. Benefit is not available through all insurance plans. Please consult your plan for coverage details.
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Allowing for the learning curve, and Eargos assistance it has gone extremely well and it is a real joy to hear again. Due to the quarantine, I have not had a lot of experience with out in public yet. Went to the store yesterday for the first time in 8 weeks. Never even gave hearing a thought - it was if I never had a problem. Yea! Love my Eargo.
— Sharon Y. (May 05, 2020)
...I stopped watching movies several years ago because all I could hear was the music (the voices seemed to completely wash out under the music) and now I can hear the music and the voices at the same time. It's great to be able to watch movies again. They are also the most comfortable that I've ever had -- it's very easy to forget I'm wearing them.
— Jeff T. (May 3, 2020)
"I can tell you that after receiving my Eargos in the mail it has literally transformed my life."
— Rowdy Gaines
3x Olympic Gold Medalist Swimmer
You Might be Wondering...
What use is a non-working fit & feel sample?
We get it. A hearing aid sample that doesn't let you hear may sound odd. When shopping for a hearing aid however, some of the most important questions are: 'can I wear this in my ear for long periods?' and 'how visible is the hearing aid when worn?'. These samples allow you to see how well Eargo's unique open fit design feels and looks in your ear – on your schedule, in the comfort of your home. As for how it sounds? Well that's the next step.
Is Eargo an amplifier or a hearing aid?
Eargo is a hearing aid. Eargos are Class 1 medical devices and regulated by the FDA. This means we’ve taken the necessary steps to make sure our devices meet certain standards, the same ones that all traditional hearing aid brands have to meet. Amplifiers, or Personal Sound Amplifiers (PSAPs), do not meet these criteria and are not subject to FDA regulations. By their definition, PSAPs are meant to amplify environmental sounds for “non-hearing-impaired” consumers. In our case, we have a team of talented engineers whose sole focus is designing leading-edge solutions for those with mild to severe high-frequency hearing loss.
Do I need a hearing test to buy Eargo?
Nope. No hearing test is needed when you order Eargo. Eargo devices are specifically designed for those with a variety of mild to moderate hearing losses, including hearing loss from noise exposure or simply due to natural aging. This type of hearing loss is very common but is (sadly) rarely treated. That’s where we come in. Each Eargo device has 4 custom developed Sound Profiles that are built on 30 years of research from the world-renowned National Acoustics Laboratories. These 4 scientifically-based Sound Profiles cover a wide range of mild to moderate high frequency hearing losses and aim to make speech clearer rather than louder.
**Your out-of-pocket costs may vary depending on plan benefits, eligibility, deductible, co-insurance, and model of device chosen. Benefit is not available through all insurance plans. Please consult your plan for coverage details.
*For mild to severe high-frequency hearing loss. Will not restore normal hearing. Full benefit best obtained with frequent use.