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    In checking out low cost hearing aids I ran across this site (hear-better.com) which has extremely low prices. But the old saying to good to be true comes to mind. They offer Siemans for profound loss in the $200 range. They belong to the BBB which is a good sign. Has anyone had any experience with them?
    I really need low cost backups right now as mine are at the factory and I can not understand anything. OldBill35

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    In checking out low cost hearing aids I ran across this site (hear-better.com) which has extremely low prices. But the old saying to good to be true comes to mind. They offer Siemans for profound loss in the $200 range. They belong to the BBB which is a good sign. Has anyone had any experience with them?I really need low cost backups right now as mine are at the factory and I can not understand anything. OldBill35
    I have no experience with, or knowledge of them but I think I would be a little careful.They show: Siemens Lotus 12SP: Regular price $1575.98, Special Price $198.78Quick search on ebay shows $102.89.Amazon has them for $150 or less.I purchased a Lotus 23 on ebay to use for backup a couple of years ago and it is OK, but not what I consider a "real hearing aid".
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    I don't know if it was this one or a similar operation. I had one fail shortly after I bought it and there is no warranty. I then started looking and found that the aids they were selling could be bought other places for substantially less. Seeing they have no warranty, it makes no sense to pay a premium.
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