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Thread: Running out of stuff, batteries, domes, wax guards etc.

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    So one week later I finally got the wax guards. This is why (in another thread) I asked about cleaning them. I think the answer for mine is to put them in a cup of water in the microwave for a bit. I am thinking the wax will melt off the little white guard & I can blow it dry with compressed air.

    Oticon Alta Pro RITE

    125...250...500...1k....2k....4k....8k
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    Don't know if you've seen these or if they'd fit your aids but I saw these when looking at Westone's website the other day. http://www.westone.com/store/index.p...cher-tall.html

    These are definitely "cleanable". I used to use this type of wax guard years ago when I had CICs.
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    Left: Cochlear Nucleus N6 Hybrid Implant

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    Quote Originally Posted by bherring1964 View Post
    My two primary sources for supplies are eBay and Westone. An eBay seller I recommend is HearTech: http://www.ebay.com/sch/*heartech*/m...&_trksid=p3692

    Consumers can order supplies direct from Westone as well: http://www.westone.com/store/index.p...ment-care.html

    Westone has a great selection of supplies. You might shop around on pricing though.
    Can the public still order supplies from Westone? I need a some more size 13 tubes. I would go to Costco but they are now 150 mile round trip for me.

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    Go to Amazon and search... Hearing aid supplies

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    I already did before posting.

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    Well slap my ass and call me Willie..

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    there's enough size 13 tubes on amazon .... even pink ones for the likes who get slaped on the ass.
    Left/Right//kHz // Oticon OPN1 105dB C-Shell with support

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    Don't use tubes and I get all my supplies and aids free..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gery_R View Post
    there's enough size 13 tubes on amazon .... even pink ones for the likes who get slaped on the ass.
    Lol! When I searched Amazon for my tube size I only get 4 results and each tube cost about $4.50 each!

    I just ordered my tubes directly from Westone where my total cost is $0.51 for each tube which includes shipping. Quantity of 25 tubes.

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