Oticon OPN S Hearing Aid Pricing in Palm Harbor, Florida

Oticon’s newest line of hearing aids, the OPN S, is equipped the some of the most advanced noise management technology on the market! Oticon calls this ‘Brain Hearing’. The hearing aids work to enhance important sounds while dampening some background noise. Even though background noise is reduced, it is still audible and understood by the brain. It allows you to still orient yourself based on environmental sounds while still improving your speech understanding with groups of people. On top of this advanced technology, the OPN S also includes Bluetooth connectivity and is available in rechargeable. With its sleek design and color options, the OPN S is nearly invisible to passersby! Gardner Audiology in Palm Harbor, Florida is authorized to work with all Oticon products. Pricing that you see below will be honored at Gardner Audiology in Palm Harbor and South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, Florida through March 31, 2021. 

Oticon OPN S1 Oticon OPN S2 Oticon OPN S3
$2600 $2200 $1800
(per aid) (per aid) (per aid)


Included with all Oticon OPN S hearing aid purchases: 

  • Doctor fitting with 90 days of additional follow up visits 
  • Three-year manufacturer repair warranty, which includes loss and damage insurance
  • Risk-free trial period available to all patients 

Currently, OPN S models are available only in receiver-in-canal (RIC) or behind-the-ear (BTE) styles. Custom style hearing aids are offered by Oticon as well, though it is through a different model. If you are interested in Oticon hearing aids, please contact Gardner Audiology in Palm Harbor, Florida at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com 

Purchasers are required to complete a short post fitting questionnaire.

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