Widex Hearing Aid Prices
Our Widex hearing aids start at $999 per ear and range up to $1599 per ear. Price includes complete, lifetime telehealth care with a Doctor of Audiology. You will pay less than half the price when purchasing hearing aids through FitHearing, as compared to the average local hearing care provider. Widex hearing aids typically range from $1500 to $3500 per device, but again, our prices are substantially lower. Our Widex hearing aid prices vary based on the technology within the hearing aids and the length of the warranty period. Give us a call at 877-830-2392, and we’ll happily provide any price point for our extensive line of Widex hearing aids.
Widex Hearing Aid Reviews
Widex Hearing Aid Models
Widex is one of the largest and most renowned hearing aid manufacturers in the world. While Widex grounded its roots as a “mom-and-pop” family owned company, their hearing aids can now be found in over 100 countries. Widex’s mission is to provide the absolute best hearing aids and customer service, and they have been largely successful in their efforts. An example of their drive for perfection was their release of the world’s first digital in-the-ear hearing aid. The company is always innovating and, in the words of Widex, “developing digital technology at a level of quality that few can match.”
Our most popular Widex hearing aids include the newly released Widex Moment Sheer line. Widex makes hearing aids that contain all of the most desirable features in today’s market including made-for-smartphone (bluetooth streaming), rechargeable, in-the-ear design, tinnitus management, and more!
In reviewing the Widex hearing aids listed below, you will see different models that are all specified by generational sound quality and technology level. For instance, the Moment replaces the Evoke as the newest Widex hearing aid generation of sound quality. Additionally, as the model number increases so does the performance level of that device. Higher performance hearing aids will have improved signal processing, more advanced programming, and the capacity for noise filtration in a wider variety of environments. For example, users with a more active lifestyle will benefit from Widex hearing aid models falling within the 440 or 330 technology level, while those who lead a quieter lifestyle may only need a 220 or 110 level with fewer filters and programs.