Why Do Hearing Aids Cost More Than Laptops? May 16 2015
The average retail price of a hearing aid today is between $3,000 and $6,000.
The current average price of a laptop is $484 ($653 when Apple laptops are figured in).
Today’s computers are many, many times more powerful than the computers used for the moon landing in 1969.
Yet, hearing aids - which are much less technologically advanced than a modern laptop - cost 10X more.
So, why do hearing aids cost more than laptops?
A German regulator did a study to find out.
The conclusion was that most hearing aids only cost a few hundred dollars to manufacture.
Where does the rest of the $3,000-$6,000 go?
It goes to the retailers who sell the hearing aids.
Some goes to overhead (“the cost of doing business”).
The rest goes into their pockets as profits.
The great thing for you is that you now have a choice.
You don’t have to pay the high prices that the hearing aid stores charge.
For $249, you can get a hearing aid that’s just as good as what those guys are selling.
And you can keep the thousands of dollars for yourself.
iHear is the brand of hearing aid I sell.
It has digital technology like those expensive hearing aids.
It has a 1 year warranty and a 30 day money-back guarantee.
Most importantly, it will help you to hear better for less than $250.
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