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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by excav8ter, Nov 23, 2019.
Hmmm two separate batteries, interesting
hearing aid batteries rechargeable or toss n replace?
I get my Kirkland Signature 9.0 tomorrow...hearing aids with blue tooth. We will see how long batteries last. My present hearing aid batteries last about a week.
these are toss.. +13 batteries is what it uses in the hearing aids.. but the batt in the bluetooth is rechargeable..
I had thought about them myself but one of my crew guys has some, what kind could not tell you but he has to borrow the cig plug to recharge his at least twice in a day. ?
i just charge the bluetooth at night.. it is good for the whole day.. continuous use..
I use the Isotunes pro. They are the best pair of Bluetooth headphones I’ve used. They provide 27 decibels noise reduction rating and OSHA compliant. Claim to have 10+hour of battery life. But I’ve gone all day without any issues. I did have my first pair lose audio on one side, but the company was easy to deal with and replaced them for free ( no shipping or handling either) under the warranty.
I can't get them to stay in my ears, or loud enough to hear music over a machine.
These work great with phone.