With free online hearing tests and free shipping, you can now buy hearing aids at home.
AUSTIN, Texas, December 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Overhearing.com announced the immediate availability of over-the-counter hearing aids, allowing Americans to reduce mild to moderate hearing loss without the need for a prescription.
“These new OTC (over-the-counter) hearing aids alleviate the problems of mild to moderate hearing loss at a fraction of the cost and without the need for a prescription,” it said. Tyler WaltersManager at Overhearing.com
Mr. Walters goes on to point out that there are tens of millions of Americans who qualify for — and can benefit from — hearing aids. He noted, “most of us have avoided this issue in the past because we didn’t want to waste time getting a prescription from an audiologist or thousands of dollars to buy hearing aids.” The new FDA regulations have removed both of those barriers to entry and Overhearing.com has included that with ease of online shopping, free shipping and a hassle-free return policy. Now there are no more excuses to continue suffering from hearing loss!
Overhearing.com was created in the wake of new FDA regulations that allow the sale of hearing aids to Americans with mild to moderate hearing loss. Starting with the mission of providing a unique location for the use and sale of OTC hearing aids, Listening aims to provide customers with a more informed and personalized experience than they would get from a large online retailer. “Feeling is a personal thing, and we want to make sure our customers know we’re here to answer their questions and foster relationships, not just sales,” he said. Tyler Walters. The hearing is administered by a veteran and knows – firsthand – how hearing loss can affect the daily lives of people who suffer from it. Because of this they are dedicated to providing customers with an informed and hassle-free shopping experience that will change their everyday lives for the better. Collaborating with second generation hearing aid professionals In Oregon, have used years of expertise in prescription hearing aids as the OTC hearing aid market has emerged and continues to grow. For more information on OTC hearing aids, visit Overhearing.com or contact [email protected].