Philips announced that Demant has introduced Philips-branded hearing solutions to the global hearing aid market. Visitors to the Philips Hearing Solutions booth (410 in Hall 3A) at the 2019 European Union of Hearing Aid Acousticians (EUHA) Congress can meet key representatives to talk about why adding Philips HearLink hearing aids to their portfolio presents “a unique opportunity.”
Demant is said to have launched a complete range of premium Philips HearLink hearing aids, accessories, and applications which are designed to help people with hearing loss to connect to friends and family, enjoy their favorite music and entertainment, and, ultimately, improve their lives.

According to the company’s announcement, Philips ranked as one of the top 50 best global brands in 2018 and is a “global leader in providing healthcare solutions.”

“With Philips Hearing Solutions entering the market, hearing care professionals are presented with a unique opportunity to offer branded hearing aids that their clients automatically associate with quality, reliability, and value,” said Søren Skjærbæk, vice-president. “We believe that the combination of a highly recognizable, trusted brand and state-of-the-art hearing aid technology is unique in the hearing aid market.

“The premium range of Philips HearLink hearing aids provides people with hearing loss an enriching, connected hearing experience, and in the future, will connect users to dedicated hearing healthcare applications allowing them to take control of their own hearing health. In short, users of Philips HearLink hearing aids will enjoy the next level of connected hearing healthcare.”

About Philips HearLink hearing aids

Connecting users to people, Philips HearLink hearing aids are said to help users hear speech more clearly, even in noisy social environments. They also provide additional support for when it is especially noisy, so users are able to better enjoy conversations with people around them. Philips HearLink hearing aids also help connect users to the modern world. Using a 2.4GHz Bluetooth Low Energy technology, people with hearing loss can better enjoy activities such as watching TV and listening to music, according to Philips. Philips HearLink offers rechargeability, with an integrated rechargeable battery that is charged in just 3 hours and lasts all day. The charger features integrated USB 2.0 for charging from various power sources.

EUHA visitors can meet Philips Hearing Solutions at booth, 410, hall 3A, Hannover, Germany, October 16-18, or for further information please visit:

Source: Philips