A Doctor of Audiology’s Opinion on Widex Moment Hearing Aids

2022-05-20 | Hearing Aids, Patient Resources, Technology

Opinion on Widex Moment Hearing Aids

As hearing care professionals, it’s our passion to ensure everyone in the Southern Louisiana region and beyond receive 5-star hearing healthcare so that they can live a fulfilled lifestyle.

Hearing aids are usually a key part of that hearing healthcare, and since technology helps us in so many other areas of our life, why shouldn’t we utilize it to reconnect with the people and things we love the most?

No matter what you see in a commercial or read on a billboard, receiving proper hearing healthcare starts with partnering with a professional audiologist to ensure you receive a solution that is customizable to your needs.

With many great options available, my patients tend to ask for my opinion on which hearing aids are the best. As mentioned above, we cannot determine this until you visit a hearing healthcare professional.

However, I can outline some key features of the latest devices to help you understand your options better.

In this article, I’m going to share what is unique about the Widex Moment and whether it is the right hearing technology for you. But first, let’s start at the beginning.

Who is Widex?

Widex is one of the world’s leaders in hearing care technology. Their products have helped millions around the world and thousands here at home.

Its headquarters in Copenhagen have been recognized as one of the most energy-efficient headquarters as it uses groundwater for heat retention and a massive windmill to power most of its building.

They are always looking for new ways to reduce their carbon footprint while still helping millions in the process.

Their line of prescription hearing aids covers a wide range of hearing loss causes and are suited to fit many people comfortably. They have products that fit both in the ear or behind it. Widex has been a tremendous contributor to the hearing care industry ranging in strength, battery power, and fits.

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Why the Widex Moment is Different

  • PureSound technology is unique to Widex and helps you to hear sounds less artificially.
  • This tech adds detail to what you hear and will probably re-introduce sounds you haven’t heard in a while.
  • You can stream from your smartphone direct to your aids for phone calls, music, and video. It is compatible with both Apple and Android.
  • They include a slim and fast charging station to keep your powerful lithium-ion battery ready to go all the time.
  • Advanced nano-coating technology creates strong seals that make your aids more water-resistant than ever.

Three Models to Choose From

BTE 13 D — This behind-the-ear (BTE) model sits securely and discretely behind your ear. You can stream directly from iOS or DEX via the Widex Moment app and enjoy hours of entertainment or conversation. It provides intelligent automation and personalized control.

mRIC R D — This is the smallest receiver-in-canal hearing aid (RIC) with lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. The slim and straightforward charger makes it easy to charge, and you can enjoy direct streaming of music, TV, or conversations from iOS or DEX via the Widex Moment app.

CIC Micro — Widex Moment CIC Micro In-the-ear (ITE) is meant for maximum secrecy since no one will know you’re even wearing hearing aids. It may be small, but it’s powerful and offers the pure and natural Widex sound that makes these aids so amazing.

Which One is Best for You?

We can help you determine which device will best suit your lifestyle and hearing needs. We can accurately diagnose your issues and match you with the perfect set of prescription hearing aids by performing a comprehensive hearing assessment.

Comprehensive hearing assessments are necessary, and we advise our patients to only consider hearing aids once they’ve had an evaluation to ensure money isn’t wasted and an underlying condition isn’t missed.

You can schedule your comprehensive hearing assessment right here to get the facts about how you hear and your declination rate.

This painless and non-invasive test is the first step to getting your hearing and your life back. Don’t hesitate.

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Dr. JJ Martinez, AuD, FAAA

J.J. was born in Wichita, KS, and was brought up in a Marine Corps family. Following in his father’s footsteps, he joined the Marine Corps after high school and was stationed in Camp Lejeune, NC. After going to college at Southeastern Louisiana University, he went to graduate school and got his doctorate degree from Louisiana State University Health Science Center in New Orleans, LA. Soon after, he started his career in audiology and became board certified in Audiology.


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