I'm staying here wearing my new Otolens. Just lifted them up yesterday. On the off chance that you're pondering, I have around 80db misfortune in the high frequencies.
This is the first occasion when I've worn HAs since I was in grade school (I'm 29 now). I was conceived HOH.
I had my ear waterway impressions taken a week ago. It was somewhat difficult (this may fluctuate with certain audis).
In under 6 days, Starkey sent us the Otolens! I attempted them on interestingly yesterday and was extremely inspired.
- genuinely INVISIBLE! I have taken photographs of the side of my head, including utilizing a little mirror, and can not see the guides by any means.
- I would now be able to hear sounds I've never listened (a few sorts of flying creatures, alert framework initiation, and so on)
- discourse is clearer
- entirely simple to put HA in ear in the wake of rehearsing a couple of times
- simple to expel in the wake of honing a couple of times
- before long, the sentiment "having something in your ear" leaves
- First time it was somewhat agonizing in my correct ear. Couldn't open jaw the distance without distress.
- About $3500 a piece (x2 for both ears )
- Cant' appear to get the T2 work (volume/memory control by means of mobile phone) to work yet....but I have an appt with my audi in around 1 week, so we'll investigate at that point.
Innovation is always developing at a fast pace...I have an inclination the Otolens will be obsolete in around 2 years. I believe we're on the precarious edge of some astounding stuff that can put enough power for significant hearing misfortune clients like myself. We're not exactly there yet, but rather I think the Otolens is the first of its kind in this undetectable listening device field.
I have not had the opportunity to test them out in "this present reality" as I live alone and have not escaped the house yet. Will report back right on time one week from now.
Here are the pics to give you a thought of how prudent they are. Despite everything I don't know whether I can see them or not...can you?