Costco hearing aids
Does anyone have experience with the open fit HA's at cotsco? Currently use an interton in the canal type HA for the last 6 years from Costco. I am interested in any feedback on the Kirkland premium HA's vs the Interton Avio 5 HA's since they're both in the similar price range I believe ($2000/pr vs 2800/pr). Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
Hearing is about the same in both ears:
500hz 20 db
Thanks for the help. Based upon the threads, sounds like a good idea to possibly try different ha's and test them outside the store.
I have the Kirkland Signature Premiums. I have had them since December. If you have questions that are not answered in the other conversation, I'll try to answer them.
Hi. I've just come from the doctor with the news that it's time to get my first hearing aids. I've done a little research, but I'm confused about the products Costco offers. It looked to me like the Kirkland Premium BTEs are $1999 each. Is this correct?
My local Costco also has Rexton Bridge HAs, and someone recommended the Bridge 12 at $1299/aid. For $325 extra I can get bluetooth.
Is this in line with your experience?
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The Costco Kirkland Premium aids are Rexton Gem 12's, and they're $1999 for the pair. Add $85 for the remote.
Originally Posted by PastorJeff
They also carry the Bernafon Verite at $1299 per aid, and something in the $325 range for the bluetooth streamer, or $3700 for a pair of Rexton aids with 16 channels and the BluRCU bluetooth remote/streamer.
i strongly suggest the verite, the price seems quite resonable..
Originally Posted by jay_man2
I double checked and brought home the brochure. Different Costcos may have different products. In addition to the Kirkland, they have the Rexton Bridge 12 (BTE) for $1299 each. If they have the other, it's not in their display case.
Still sound like a good deal?
For $1299 each I'd go with the Bernafon Verite. They just started rolling these out, but I've seen them in the display case in Chantilly, VA.