Sony Premium Hearing Aid Batteries (60-Pack)
- Size 10
- Size 312
- Size 13
- Size 675
Get the Most Out of Each Battery
Zinc air batteries come with a sticker on one side because the batteries are activated by air. The sticker stops air from getting into the battery and draining its power before you can use it. Once you’re ready for a new battery, take off the sticker and lay the battery (sticker side up) on a flat surface for 5–7 minutes. That ensures the battery gets fully charged before you start to use it. Also, keep the batteries in storage away from moisture. That means not storing batteries or your hearing aids in the refrigerator or bathroom, where moisture and humidity can corrupt the sticker or the batteries.
To make batteries last once they’re in your hearing aid, you should open the battery door at night—or during long stretches of non-use—to let out any accumulated moisture. This helps cut down on corrosion that saps battery life.
- Designed for hearing aids
- Any device that takes a zinc air battery
Buying in Bulk
- Batteries drain quickly, so it’s nice to have extras on hand
- Buying in bulk helps reduce costs
- 60-pack of batteries
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