We’re excited to tell you that we’re making Eargos available in even more Victra-Verizon stores than before! You’ll now be able to touch and feel our virtually invisible hearing aids, speak one-on-one with a trained Victra associate who can answer your questions, and purchase Eargo 6.
If you are not already familiar with them, Victra is the largest Verizon Authorized Retailer, with more than 1,400 locations across the U.S. Their mission is to help consumers connect technology to life by providing a world-class guest experience.
This will make checking out Eargos even more convenient, and through this partnership, Eargo and Victra together can help more people hear life to the fullest.
Click here to see a list of participating locations. If there’s not one near you, check back soon as we’ll be adding new locations every week throughout the month of October.
At these retail locations, you’ll not only get to see the latest Eargo devices in person, but Victra’s associates have also been specifically trained on Eargo hearing aids and will be able to help answer your questions, show you our portable charger, and show you how the mobile app can be used to tailor the hearing aids to your hearing preferences. And, if you’re ready to start your 45-day risk-free trial, you can leave the store with Eargos in hand!
Whether or not you’ve worn hearing aids before (or even if you aren’t sure whether you have some hearing loss), you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about hearing loss and take a free hearing screening.* In addition, you’ll be able to experience a hearing aid simulator to better understand how Eargos may be able to assist you with your hearing.
After being amazed at just how small they are, if you’re ready to start your 45-day risk-free trial, for the first time you can now purchase Eargo on the spot and leave with them!
Please reach out to us at 1 (800) 370-5255 to learn about our 45-day risk-free at-home trial.
This article was updated on October 17, 2022.
*The Hearing Screening is a tool designed to give you general information about your hearing. The Hearing Screening cannot diagnose hearing loss or any other disease or condition. Ask your hearing professional if you have recently noticed a sudden change in hearing, ear pain, or discharge, or if you have any questions about your hearing. THIS SCREENING DOES NOT REPLACE AN AUDIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION BY A HEARING PROFESSIONAL. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN OR AUDIOLOGIST WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS ABOUT YOUR HEARING.