Widex Dream Range
Widex has just repalced their Clear Range with the new Widex DREAM range. These build upon their top notch sound quality and introduces new personalisation features not found in the clear.
Widex Clear Range
Widex has released the Clear range of wireless capable hearing aids toward the end of 2010, starting with the top end Widex Clear 440 hearing aid. The Clear 440, has features on are with those from other large manufacturers such as Phonak and Oticon and could be described as taking the best from both those brands and including it into a single hearing aid. Since the release of the Clear 440, Widex has also released the mid range Clear 330 and lately the basic range Clear 220.
Widex Clear range of hearing aids come in a variety of styles including the very small and sleek Passion PA440, PA330 and PA220 as well as the excellent all rounder, the Fusion. All the normal styles including in-the-ear and behind the ear is available in the Clear range of hearing aids from Widex.
Widex hearing aid is awarded the “Good Design Award 2011”
The CLEAR FUSION hearing aid from Widex takes home Japan';s “Good Design Award 2011” – a comprehensive award program aimed at enriching society through design.
CLEAR FUSION won the prestigious award in the category “Health care, child care and nursing care”. The award jury stated that FUSION provides “painstakingly beautiful and natural sound [and] it meets its objective exceeding expectations”.
FUSION is the latest model in the CLEAR family of wireless hearing aids. FUSION suits most types of hearing loss, from minimal to severe-to-profound.
See the FUSION model
Read more about “The Good Design Award”
/ Press release
Widex Ease - user-friendly design
Focusing on user-friendliness can increase the use of hearing aids and prevent them from ending up in the bottom of a drawer. This is the philosophy behind Widex Ease – a scientifically based design concept.
“Hearing aid users rely on their hearings aids to reduce the impact of their hearing loss,” explains Widex’ Vice President of Audiology Lars Sunesen. “It is crucial that the advanced listening devices do not end up being an additional complication in their lives.”
Widex has developed a new user interface design concept called Widex Ease to help users’ better accept their hearing aids and accessories. The concept is based on the scientific discipline of cognitive ergonomics, which focuses on the way we intuitively interact with a user interface.
“The aim is to create hearing aids and accessories that are straightforward to use,” says Lars Sunesen. “Widex Ease has been implemented in a range of our DEX assistive listening devices and preliminary tests have demonstrated that the users find them easy to use.”
“The user-friendly product interfaces benefit users by making it easier to embrace the possibilities of their hearing aids and ultimately gain greater benefits from them. For clinicians, Widex Ease will make it easier to get to know the new DEX devices and instruct people in using them,” he says.
Download pdf: "A new scientifically based design concept with focus on user-friendliness"
Wireless CLEAR330 and CLEAR220 series now available
Widex CLEAR is a completely wireless solution, inspired by the fundamental characteristics of natural hearing.
The CLEAR family is now available in three price segments, from high to mid to value:
Each series differs in the number of features available but there are models in the entire CLEAR family to suit most types of hearing loss. And all make use of the same highly advanced wireless technological platform.
Your hearing care professional can help you find a model that suits your needs and preferences.
See the available models and colours on the CLEAR product pages
Read more about the wireless technology, WidexLink, in the CLEAR family