The specific warranty terms for hearing aids can vary depending on the manufacturer and model of the hearing aid. However, here are some common features you may get:

Duration of the warranty: The length of the warranty can vary, but most hearing aids come with a warranty of at least two years. Some hearing aids come with warranty of four years.

Coverage of repairs and replacements: The warranty typically covers repairs or replacements for manufacturing defects and other issues that are not the result of misuse or accidental damage.

Exclusions: The warranty may exclude certain types of damage or issues, such as damage caused by water or exposure to extreme temperatures. In case of broken or physical damage warranty could not be claimed.

Repair or replacement process: The warranty should outline the process for getting your hearing aid repaired or replaced, including any associated fees or costs.
Transferability: we are not able to transfer warranty from one user to other.
It’s important to carefully read and understand the terms of your hearing aid warranty before making a purchase. Be sure to ask your hearing healthcare professional or the manufacturer if you have any questions or concerns.

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