Moxi NOW Powerful 'Tempus' platform

Moxi Now is the smallest hearing aid in it’s segment, giving hearing aid wearers a discreet and modern hearing solution.
Unitron is a Canadian hearing solutions manufacturer, however, they are owned by the Sonova Group which also owns Phonak. Unitron hearing aids have been traditionally overshadowed by Phonak, but they have come into their own over the last few years. They have introduced innovative new technology like the Flex concept and Log It All.

Unitron hearing aids are split into five levels of technology, in real terms, it is four levels with a basement. The levels of technology are designated with a number, in the new North Platform, the flagship hearing aids are designated Pro, then 900, 700, 600 which is the basic aid. However, as I said, they have a basement level which is designated the 500. Within each technology level, there are RIC / RITE devices they call Moxi and BTE and ITE devices they call Stride (in the North platform) or Quantum (the platform before) and now Insera in the Tempus platform.

Which style is right for you?

There are two main styles of hearing aids: those that fit behind the ear and those that fit right in the ear canal. What’s best for you is dictated by your hearing loss, lifestyle and preferences.