- 8 Pack of Widex NanoCare Wax Guards
- For use with most ReSound, Widex, Phonak, and Unitron hearing aids
- Widex NanoCare Hearing Aid Wax Guards repel ear wax and moisture and helps preserve hearing aid performance
Widex NanoCare Hearing Aid Wax FiltersWidex NanoCare Hearing Aid Wax Guards provide Widex hearing aids (suitable for use with most ReSound, Widex, Phonak, and Unitron hearing aids) with resistance to cerumen (earwax) and moisture issues while actively preventing other materials from entering the receiver (speaker) and safeguarding the sound path.
Widex NanoCare Hearing Aid Wax Guards provide enhanced performance, fewer repair issues, longer hearing aid life and increased user satisfaction.
These Are Original Widex Replacement FiltersSuitable for use with most ReSound, Phonak, Unitron, Widex, and many other hearing aid brands.
Easy to use:A new Widex NanoCare wax guard is mounted on one end of the stick. At the other end is a hook for removing the used wax guard from the hearing aid. Insert the removal hook into the existing wax guard in the sound outlet. Pull the wax guard straight out. Turn the stick/holder around so that the used wax guard is away from the receiver and the new one is in position to be inserted.
Soundak Tip: The use of the NanoCare wax guards does not eliminate the need for daily cleaning. We recommend brushing the wax guard with a brush (an old toothbrush works great) daily prior to wearing the hearing aids for the day. Hearing aid wax guards should be inspected daily. If the hearing aid is weak/silent or if wax is visible in the wax guard and unable to be brushed clean, it’s time to change the wax guard.
Ear wax is one of the main causes of hearing aid malfunctions. During daily use, ear wax can work its way into the sound outlet of your hearing aid and partially or completely block the passage of sound. Completely-In-Canal (CIC) instruments are especially vulnerable to wax problems due to their placement deep in the ear canal. By using a wax guard you can protect your CIC, In-The-Ear (ITE) or Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) hearing aids from ear wax, thereby minimizing ear wax-related failures.
The Widex NanoCare wax guard system consists of the following parts: A white wax guard is mounted on one end of the stick. At the other end is a hook for removing the used wax guard. Discard the old wax filter and stick in the normal garbage.
How To Change A Hearing Aid Wax Filter Video
How Often Should I Change My Hearing Aid Wax Filters?Since the amount of earwax produced by each individual can vary dramatically, it is recommended that the wax guard be checked daily. It depends on the individual hearing aid user. If the hearing aid is weak/silent or if wax is visible in the wax guard, it’s time to change the wax guard.
The use of NanoCare wax guards does not eliminate the need for daily cleaning procedures.
This is a single pack of 8 Widex NanoCare Wax Guards.
Widex NanoCare Hearing Aid Wax Filters.