Oticon OPN S Hearing Aid Pricing in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, Florida

The OPN S, one of Oticon’s very popular models of hearing aids, is available in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, Florida! Gardner Audiology in Palm Harbor, Florida is authorized to work with all Oticon products. If you haven’t heard about the OPN S, you’ll definitely want to read on! These hearing aids are rechargeable, Bluetooth compatible, and have one of the most advanced noise management technologies on the market! Patients have been satisfied with the smartphone app, the natural sound quality, and love the convenience of rechargeability! But don’t worry, if you prefer standard batteries, those are available, too! And smartphone connectivity is completely optional, as well! Oticon understand that some patients want all the bells and whistles, while others prefer the simple way…which is why they accommodate both preferences! Pricing that you see below for the Oticon OPN S 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)


Currently, the Oticon OPN S is only available in the receiver-in-canal (RIC) and behind-the-ear (BTE) styles. With the purchase of Oticon OPN S hearing aids, each patient will also receive a doctor fitting with 90 days of additional follow up visits, three-year manufacturer repair warranty (which includes loss and damage insurance), and a risk-free trial period before committing to keeping the hearing aids. 

If you are interested in Oticon OPN S hearing aids, please contact Gardner Audiology in South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, 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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