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Duracell® 1.4 Volt Zn-air Hearing Aid Batteries With EasyTab, DA312B8ZM09 Item # 544569
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Reliable long lasting batteries with convenient EasyTab
- Extra long tabs make the batteries easier to remove from the package, hold, and insert in the hearing aid.
- Batteries do not contain any added mercury.
- Each battery is individually date-coded for efficient inventory management.
- Features Duralock Power Preserve™ technology. Batteries remain dependable for up to 4 years in storage.
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At a Glance
- Up to 20% longer-lasting (vs. the bunny brand sizes 10, 13 and 312)
- Duracell is the #1 trusted brand of doctors and pharmacists*
- Ease-of-use commendation for the Arthritis Foundation. EasyTab for easy installation
*2015 Duracell Claim Study
Features & Benefits
A Trusted Brand
Duracell is the #1 trusted battery brand of pharmacists and doctors*
*2015 Duracell Claim Study
Easy to Use
Duracell Hearing Aid Batteries with EasyTab are the only batteries endorsed by the Arthritis Foundation for their superior ease of use
Guaranteed for 4 years in storage
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- Keep batteries in their protective pack
- Store batteries at room temperature—never in the refrigerator
- Don’t remove the color-coded tab until you’re ready to use the battery
- Don’t carry batteries loose in your pocket or let them come in contact with metal objects
- Don’t dispose of batteries in fire
- Don’t try to recharge batteries
- When your hearing aid is not in use, open the door to the battery compartment. This minimizes battery drain and helps prevent moisture buildup
How do I test hearing aid batteries?
The easiest way to test a hearing aid battery is to use a hearing aid tester. Testers are inexpensive accessories that you purchase from your hearing specialist. You can also purchase these devices from electronics stores.
If you do not have a tester and are not sure if your hearing aid battery has power, you could cup the device in your hand, slightly covering the microphone. If you hear the screech of the aid, the battery still has some power, though it might not have a full charge.
What does “remove tab to activate” mean?
When you receive your hearing aid batteries, they each have a tab attached to them. You must remove the tab to activate the battery.
How often do I need to change the batteries in my hearing aids?
How often you need to change your hearing aid batteries depends on three things. First, the power that is needed for your optimal hearing. Second, the size of the hearing aid battery (e.g., size 10 is smaller than size 675). And third, how often you use your hearing aid. But, generally speaking, you can expect to change your batteries every couple of weeks.
Does turning off your hearing aid when you’re not using it prolong its battery life?
What is the average usage time in hours?
Turning off your hearing aid when you’re not wearing it will certainly prolong the life of your battery. It is not possible to accurately predict how long a battery will last because there are so many variables. For example, the size of the hearing aid battery and the level of hearing loss one has—mild, moderate, or profound—will affect battery life. Your hearing specialist should be able to give you an indication of the life of the battery using this information.
Aren’t all hearing aid batteries the same?
No. Different hearing aid batteries offer different features, such as size of tab and method of dispensing the battery itself. Only Duracell batteries with EasyTab are recognized by the Arthritis Foundation for their easy-to-change battery design. However, battery size and dimensions are the same across battery brands. Hearing aid batteries are color-coded by size to help you find the right battery for your device. There are four hearing aid battery sizes: