ZPower ReChargeable Batteries

Hearing Aid

Rechargeable batteries have been around for years, having their first debut in the 1950’s used by NASA. ZPower was established in 1996, being an industry leader in silver-zinc microbatteries, delivering high energy and rechargeability to hearing aids and other medical and wearable devices.

Hearing aid technology is progressing at a rapid pace. In more recent years, developers have created a battery that is beyond compare to regular disposable batteries. The ZPower battery can be recharged hundreds of times before needing their annual change. They are manufactured using fully recyclable components meaning they are a safe and sustainable alternative to standard hearing aid batteries available on the market today.

ZPower offers a retrofit rechargeable solution for many existing RIC hearing aid models. These include Widex, Starkey, ReSound, Unitron, Oticon and several other manufacturers. The standard battery compartment on your existing hearing aids is replaced with a chargeable compartment, and sold with rechargeable silver-zinc batteries and a charger unit. The benefits of ZPower are endless. One of the nicest features with ZPower is that if you are away travelling, camping, or in the event of an extended power outage, ZPower batteries are interchangeable with disposable batteries. You’ll never be caught without a working hearing aid.


More Capacity

At Least 40% More Capacity Than Other Rechargeable Microbatteries



Long Lasting

A Year of Recharges Without Losing Significant Energy Storage When Using Our Patented Charge Algorithm




ZPower Batteries Use a Water-Based Chemistry That’s Stable, Non-Flammable, and Non-Toxic



Fully Recyclable

A Single ZPower Rechargeable Battery Can Replace 100 Disposable Batteries and Is 100% Recyclable




Charging you hearing aids overnight will allow you to enjoy a full day charge everyday! Call us at (613)-233-3149 to find out more about this technology, or to find out if your existing hearing aids can be upgraded to rechargeable.

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