RAYOVAC Hearing Aid Batteries Size 312 Box of 10
£12.08 exc VAT
Rayovac hearing aid batteries size 312 in a 10 pack box, gives you a total of 60 units – allowing you to stock up on batteries and take the stress out of buying them again for some time.
Brand : Rayovac
This product Includes : 10 x Rayovac 312 battery packs
8 in stock
These are one of the most popular hearing aid battery brands on the market.
Rayovac has a very good reputation for both value and reliability. This particular size battery is most commonly used in the smaller behind the ear devices, as well as for the very popular custom-made in-the-ear hearing aids too.
These individual packs come in brown packaging, and each battery has a much improved brown coloured tab on the rear – which removes the confusion between battery sizes which can appear very similar to each other.
Purchasing this 10-pack box gives you even greater value than the single pack price as we offer one of the most competitive prices per battery available on the internet.
The average shelf life of new packs is at least 3 years, so there’s every reason to take advantage of this outstanding price.
The life of each battery can range between 3-8 days, but is of course subject to various things that affect the drain – particularly the volume level you set the hearing aid at, and whether you remember to disconnect the battery when you’re not wearing it/them. If the aids are left on overnight, and therefore on for 24 hours, then you will only get a few days from each battery.
They take advantage of Rayovac’s Active Core Technology, a breakthrough new cell design which maximises internal space to hold more active ingredients, ensuring they are the longest lasting on the market.
These batteries are compatible with any make and model of hearing aids which require a 312 battery.
These batteries are British made – manufactured in their UK production facility in Washington, Tyne and Wear.
By using Rayovac batteries, not only are you supporting British industry, but also being environmentally responsible by reducing long haul deliveries.