Flyte Hearing Aid Review, South Tampa, FL

For better access to affordable hearing aids, Gardner Audiology is a participating BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS) provider. Depending on your BCBS plan, you may have access to one or both of the Flyte hearing aids, manufactured by one of the six international hearing aid companies. For those with access to Flyte hearing aids, you receive quality hearing aids with limited out-of-pocket expense to you.

Flyte hearing aids may be available in two levels of technology: Flyte 770 and Flyte 990.

The Flyte 770 is an entry-level hearing aid, suitable for a more quiet lifestyle, whereas the Flyte 990 is better for more active lifestyles. The primary differences between these two levels are the cost and programming ability.

Both of the Flyte hearing aids come with various features to meet your hearing needs. Based on your specific hearing loss, a Gardner Audiologist will recommend appropriate options for hearing aid styles. These include behind-the-ear, receiver-in-the-ear, or custom hearing aids, all available in both of the Flyte hearing aid levels. All styles and levels come with a 45-day trial period, 3-year warranty, 48 batteries, and 3 office visits to our South Tampa, FL location.

For more technology access, these Flyte hearing aids are iPhone compatible and have connectivity capability for various accessories. Accessories are available for an additional charge and include personal microphone, TV, and remote-control devices for more control over challenging listening situations.

Not sure if you qualify for the Flyte hearing aids? Call Gardner Audiology at 813-265-2255 for more information. Our insurance specialists will verify your eligibility for the Flyte hearing aids and a board-certified Gardner Audiologist will consult with you regarding your specific options.

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