Discover The Shocking TRUTH About Hearing Aids “THEY” Don’t Want You to Know About — And Save Over $5,782 on New Hearing Technology

Published On: 17th August 2018
Last Updated On: 18th August 2018

“Hearing aids are too expensive”

I’m sure you’ve either heard that phrase or thought it yourself, and for good reason…

It used to be true. Let me explain…

Most seniors average spending $3,500-$7,000 on traditional hearing aids…

That’s WAY too expensive for over 48 MILLION Americans that currently have hearing loss and need hearing aids but can’t afford them…

That is, until now…

Our editors discovered a new hearing technology company that’s cutting out the middleman (greedy hearing aid centers)…

Our editors interviewed 172 seniors who have purchased hearing aids in the past 6 months and the average price paid was $6,782/pair.

What they don’t know is that they could have saved $5,782 on their digital hearing aids by cutting out the middleman and buying hearing aids directly from the manufacturer…for less than $500/pair…

With new, breakthrough hearing manufacturing technology invented in early 2018, a new USA-backed company called Nano Hearing Aids invented a hearing amplifier that’s so darn good that customers are saying it’s 85%-95% as good as any hearing aid on the market, but for 1/10 the price.

In fact, 82% of the people we interviewed couldn’t tell ANY difference between Nano’s new rechargeable device, and a $5,000 pair of hearing aids…

awifeThus – Nano is cutting out all the hearing aid centers that are getting a juicy pay-day whenever they sell hearing aids to unsuspecting seniors who thought they can only buy hearing aids directly from a physical brick and mortar store…

We interviewed the founder of Nano, Robin Cook, who said:

“Frankly, the hearing aid industry is ripping people off, and that’s the reason we founded the company. I went to buy hearing aids for my wonderful grandma and grandpa in their late 70s, and I was astounded at the prices they wanted! $14,000 to buy hearing aids? You’ve got to be joking me!…

Anyways, my family is full of audiologists and doctors so we combined our efforts and set out to create the ultimate invisible digital hearing aid – and after years of testing different designs, concepts, and prototyping, we finally came up with Nano.

A lot of our early beta-testers are calling it the “Apple of hearing aids” because of superior design, quality, and price…

It’s about time someone did something about this horrible problem – seniors shouldn’t be draining their retirement money just to have hearing aids. It’s our mission to ensure everyone can afford to have hearing aids. And as a thank you for this interview, I’ll give Hearing Loss Association Readers a special Buy One Get One Free link to purchase their first pair!

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Saturday, 18th August 2018

We just received an urgent phone call from Robin today!

The incredibly popular Nano Rechargeable Hearing Device is finally back in stock today after a 3 month waitlist BUT due to a viral post that got shared on Facebook today, orders are flooding in so fast their website can barely load and Nano is forced to END ALL promotions for the rest of 2018.

Fortunately, we convinced Robin to keep Nano’s Super Buy 1 Get 1 Free Sale live just for Hearing Loss Association readers but the only for the next 100 people who take action and purchase in the next 30 minutes…

Click Here to Take Advantage of Nano’s Buy 1 Get 1 FREE Sale Before It’s Too Late >>>

 

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