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What real Eargo users have to say...

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James Davenport
Military Veteran / Whiskey Distiller
"All I had was the big, bulky things over my ears. That’s not what I was looking for, being young."
-James Davenport
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Charlie Benante
Anthrax Drummer
"Without my ears, I don’t know how I could do my job…This little thing…saved my life…I was more engaged."
-Charlie Benante
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Didier Yantz
Construction
"Hearing loss is about relationship loss. I got my dad [Eargos]…The best solution for our family’s bond."
-Didier Yantz
*Some users may have been compensated for their testimonial.

Popular Questions

Signs of hearing loss may include: turning up the TV or radio higher than what others prefer, experiencing the perception that others mumble, asking people to repeat themselves often, and more. You might also find yourself leaning forward to hear a conversation or having trouble hearing in noisy situations, like in a crowded restaurant. We offer a convenient hearing screening online, available by clicking here. Don’t wait if you believe you may have hearing loss.

Although it’s not always necessary to see your doctor when you’re experiencing hearing loss, there are some instances when you absolutely should. If you experience sudden hearing loss, pain, balance issues, ear pressure, drainage, or other medical symptoms related to your ears, we recommend you visit your doctor. In addition, if your hearing loss is severe to profound, we encourage you to visit your doctor. Don’t forget to check back in with us if your doctor recommends a hearing aid for mild to moderate hearing loss to see if an Eargo hearing aid might be right for you.

 

Hearing loss can have a huge effect on your overall health and well-being. There are even studies linking untreated hearing loss to unemployment and lower income. It’s important to take care of your hearing health to keep it in the best shape possible, just like you take care of the rest of your body. Hearing aids are proven to help you overcome the stress and frustration of hearing loss and enhance your overall quality of life.

 

If you have hearing loss in both ears, then absolutely yes. Wearing two hearing aids helps you identify where sounds are coming from. It can also help make the conversation even clearer and easier to understand, especially in noisy environments.

At Eargo, we’ve designed and built hearing aids that are easy to use, rechargeable, and virtually invisible with a natural sound quality from its completely-in-the-canal placement when worn. While there are many differences in technology and design of hearing aids available online, Eargo’s design, attention to the user’s experience, and customer support set us apart.

Eargo hearing aids and other hearing aids sold online, as well as most models you’ll find in a doctor’s office or a hearing aid retailer, are medical devices regulated by the FDA. While the FDA has exempted most hearing aid devices from premarket approval or clearance, our hearing aids remain subject to requirements for manufacturer registration and device listing, as well as FDA regulations on standards for performance, manufacturing, labeling, and safety.

Most other options sold online are PSAPs or general amplifiers that make everything louder, not clearer. PSAPs are not hearing aids and don’t have to meet the same standards.

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