(Miami, Florida) – After many years of research and input from millions of consultations, hear.com is excited to announce the launch of the Horizon hearing aid, the first hearing device designed exclusively for active, younger people. Founders Dr. Marco Vietor and Paul Crusius co-developed this unique, next-generation hearing device in partnership with German engineers from Signia, a top global hearing aid manufacturer.
Geared toward active baby boomers who want to improve their quality of life, the sleek, sexy and nearly invisible Horizon hearing aids boast cutting-edge features and unparalleled power. This new device uses a unique speech-enhancing algorithm that is clinically proven to deliver better-than-normal hearing. In addition to Bluetooth connectivity and wireless, portable rechargeability that lasts up to 19 hours, Horizon showcases two unprecedented, groundbreaking features controlled through a smartphone app:
“Never before in this industry have the insights from experts, engineers and millions of hearing consultations been used to address the unique needs of active people with hearing loss. We’ve truly created a listening experience that’s second to none, said Crusius.
The Horizon hearing aid is now available for purchase exclusively through hear.com and their Partner Network of over 3,000 hearing care professionals in the USA. Visit www.hear.com/hearing-aids/horizon for details.
hear.com is the largest online retailer of medical-grade hearing aids in the world. Founded in Germany in 2012 and headquartered in Miami, hear.com has helped millions get on the path to better hearing by guiding customers through the hearing care process and educating them on hearing aid technology, styles, prices and more. hear.com was named a top customer service company by Newsweek in 2020 and has also been featured in publications like WebMD, Forbes, and Business Insider. Visit www.hear.com/about-us/ for more information.
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