Over-The-Counter BTE Hearing Aids With Adjustable Domes & Audio Programs

Apr 25, 2024

If you’re suffering from perceived mild to moderate hearing loss, there’s now an easy, affordable, and comfortable way to give your listening experience a boost. Try Nano Hearing Aids – they’re excellent value, FDA-registered, and you don’t even need a prescription.

Are you struggling to make out conversation in noisy environments? Finding you're having to turn the TV up a little louder than you used to? If so, you might be suffering from perceived mild to moderate hearing loss.

Hear the world the way you used to with Nano Hearing Aids – part of Hearing At Home LLC. Check out its range of comfortable, user-friendly over-the-counter hearing aids today. More details at https://nanohearingaids.com/

No Prescription - No Problem

You don't need a prescription or a hearing test from a medical expert and each device comes with a one-year warranty and a 45-day return or refund policy. You can choose from behind-the-ear (BTE) or completely-in-canal (CIC) models with small and subtle designs that are designed to be discreet without sacrificing any audio power.


Each hearing aid ships with a variety of ear tips to ensure a comfortable and secure fit in your ear canal. You can choose small, medium, or large in both air or closed dome styles, allowing more or less background noise into the audio signal.

Save Money

While prescription devices retail from $1300 upwards, even Nano's flagship model – the Sigma Plus – can be purchased for $597. You'll love the easy ordering process and swift delivery as well as the significant savings offered by the hearing aids. All Nano aids are rechargeable and ship with either portable magnetic charging cases or nightstand-style chargers.

Easy Operation

The CIC2 and CIC4 models offer you 12 hours of continuous use on a single charge with the accompanying charging case able to provide two complete power cycles. The devices are switched on via a push button. Indicator lights provide charging status updates while the hearing aids will emit a double beeping sound three times when your device has 30 minutes of power remaining.

The CIC2 is available for $297 and gives you basic audio adjustments via two program settings. The CIC4 adds two more programs for fine-tuning your listening experience.


The X2 Recharge and Sigma Plus provide up to 14 hours of power on a single charge but these devices are charged using the nightstand docking stations. The latter model adds Bluetooth functionality for adjusting your audio levels via a companion smartphone app.

A spokesperson says, “All Nano Hearing Aids are FDA-registered Class 1 OTC hearing aids which means they are considered a medical device and are safe to use.”

Hearing aids don't have to be a hassle when you choose Nano!

For more info, go to https://nanohearingaids.com/

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