Hearing Aid Accessories

Hearing aid accessories help you to get more out of your hearing aids. From wireless connectivity to replacement hearing aid batteries, Freedom Hearing offers everything you need to rediscover the sounds of life.

Learn About Hearing Aid Batteries and More

Take your pick from the best hearing aid accessories available today.

Hearing Aid Batteries

No matter how powerful your hearing aid batteries, they don’t last forever. Having a set of replacement batteries on hand ensures that you’re always prepared and never get caught short with hearing aids that run out of power.

Table Microphone

With eight built-in microphones designed to pick up the primary speaker’s voice so it can be streamed to your hearing aid, this table microphone is ideal for group gatherings.

TV Streamer

Stream audio directly to your hearing aid from your television or audio device with this powerful TV streamer.

It supports analogue and digital input sources, providing excellent sound quality in both cases.

Remote Microphone +

If you’ve ever struggled to hear a friend in a noisy environment, the Remote Microphone + solves your problem. It streams binaurally from Bluetooth, FM, Line-in, and Telecoil devices to make having one-on-one conversations much easier.

Mini Remote Microphone

Clipping directly onto the clothing worn by whomever you’re speaking to, the mini remote microphone amplifies the speaker's voice to make one-on-one conversations easier. The microphone pairs with older mobile devices and also functions as a TV streamer.


This remote pairs with older mobile devices and allows you to control memory, volume, and muting for 2.4 GHz hearing aids, among several other features.

Standard and Custom Chargers

These portable chargers offer three full charges for your hearing aids. They come with LED indicators to let you know when a full charge is achieved, with your hearing aids being turned on automatically once charged. Get 24 hours of hearing aid power per charge with this device.

Mini Turbo Charger

If you need a fast recharge, the Mini Turbo Charger offers a solution.

It provides a 3.5-hour charge in just seven minutes and can completely charge your hearing aids four times before its depleted.

The Surflink Hearing Aid Accessories Collection

Surflink’s range of modern devices gives you unparalleled control over your hearing aids. The range includes:

  • Surflink Remote – Available in advanced and basic models, this remote allows you to control memory, volume, and muting, in addition to letting you switch in and out of streaming mode.
  • Surflink Media 2 – A set-and-forget media streaming solution that connects to TVs, music players, and smartphones. Stream audio to your hearing aids easily with this media device.
  • Surflink Remote Microphone 2 – A discreet and lightweight microphone that the other person can wear, making one-on-one conversations in noisy environments easier.

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Accessories FAQs

The lifespan of a hearing aid battery can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type of battery, the size of the battery, and the amount of use the hearing aid receives.

On average, a zinc-air hearing aid battery can last anywhere from 3 to 14 days depending on usage. Rechargeable batteries last longer, depending on the battery capacity, usage and charging method.

It’s also important to note that manufacturers will provide the estimate of battery life in hours of usage, which can be helpful when comparing the battery life of different hearing aids.

It’s also important to keep in mind that some hearing aids have a power-saving feature that automatically turns off the hearing aid when it is not in use, which can help extend the battery life.

It’s important to check the manufacturer’s instructions for your specific hearing aid to get an accurate estimate of battery life.

To change the batteries in a rechargeable hearing aid, follow these steps:

  1. Turn off the hearing aid.
  2. Open the battery compartment, which is usually located on the back or bottom of the hearing aid.
  3. Remove the old batteries.
  4. Insert the new batteries, making sure they are facing the correct way.
  5. Close the battery compartment.
  6. Turn on the hearing aid.

It is important to make sure the new batteries are fully charged before you insert them into the hearing aid. Also, be sure to use the correct type of battery for your hearing aid.

Consult the user manual for the specific type of battery your hearing aid requires.

Rechargeable hearing aids and hearing aids that use disposable batteries both have their own advantages and disadvantages.

Rechargeable hearing aids typically have a longer battery life, and you don’t need to worry about running out of batteries. Additionally, rechargeable hearing aids can be charged overnight, so you’ll have power for the entire day. However, they also have some disadvantages, such as the need to keep them charged and the potential for charging issues. They also tend to be more expensive than traditional battery-powered hearing aids.

Hearing aids that use disposable batteries typically have a shorter battery life, but you can easily replace the batteries when needed. They also tend to be less expensive than rechargeable hearing aids. However, you need to make sure you always have spare batteries with you, and you will need to change them more frequently.

Ultimately, the choice between rechargeable and disposable battery hearing aids depends on your lifestyle and preferences. Consider factors such as cost, ease of use, and how often you will need to change the batteries. Consult your hearing health professional to help you make the best decision for you.

Yes, you can bring hearing aid batteries with you on a plane.

However, it is recommended to pack them in your carry-on luggage and not in your checked baggage, as the batteries may be damaged or lost during baggage handling.

Additionally, it is also a good idea to bring extra batteries with you as backup, as the batteries in hearing aids can be drained quickly during air travel.

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