Proving that small is both beautiful and powerful, Unitron announces the release of Moxi™ Now, which is considered the world’s smallest wireless receiver-in-the-canal (RIC) hearing aid based on exterior dimensions compared to other products in its class. Moxi Now is the latest addition to Unitron’s design-focused line up of RIC hearing instruments, including RedDot product design award winners, Moxi Kiss and Moxi Fit.
According to Unitron, Moxi Now measures just 20.2mm tall and 6.5mm wide–about the size of two stacked blueberries. At 39% smaller volume than Unitron’s next smallest RIC, and 14% smaller than the next closest competitor, the tiny Moxi Now is said to deliver great comfort, aesthetics and functionality. Leveraging Unitron’s patient-centric design philosophy, Moxi Now was designed by putting patient needs front and center, offering the discretion wearers seek, in a fully automatic, high performance, wireless hearing instrument they can “set and forget” and wear comfortably all day long.
“Through our design philosophy, we remain committed to creating the best and most complete experience possible while making the technology transparent to the wearer,” said Unitron Design Manager Corey Banham. “Moxi Now’s design language and organic form provide patients with a hearing instrument that is absolutely discreet and comfortable, to address barriers to adoption and improve patient acceptance.”
Built on the North sound processing platform, it combines the strength of three trailblazing features, SoundNav, Sound Conductor and SpeechZone™ 2, allowing patients to participate in every conversation while experiencing natural sound and comfortable listening.
Moxi Now also incorporates Unitron’s patient insights to enhance counseling and intensify patient engagement. Log It All captures real-world evidence about a patient’s listening lifestyle, while Patient Ratings reveals important in-the-moment information on how patients were feeling about their hearing instrument performance. This combination of objective evidence and subjective insights gives hearing healthcare providers a complete and more accurate picture of a patient’s listening experiences to strengthen evidence-based technology recommendations and improve quality of care.