Phonak Audeo Paradise Hearing Aid Pricing in Palm Harbor, Florida

Phonak Audeo Paradise is here! Phonak’s newest hearing aid offers their most natural sound quality yet. Bundled with Bluetooth connectivity – which allows for streaming of phone calls, music, and other media – this hearing aid is basically a one-stop-shop! You can even answer and end phone calls just by pressing the buttons on the device. Better yet, you don’t even need to take your phone out of your pocket! The microphones on the hearing aids will pick up your voice and transmit through the phone; how’s that for hands-free calling!? Gardner Audiology in Palm Harbor, FL is authorized to work with all Phonak products, including the new Paradise line. Pricing listed below will be honored at Gardner Audiology locations in Palm Harbor and South Pasadena/St. Petersburg, Florida through  March 31, 2021. 

Phonak Paradise 90 Phonak Paradise 70 Phonak Paradise 50 Phonak Paradise 30
$2600 $2200 $1800 $1200
(per aid) (per aid) (per aid) (per aid)

*Includes doctor fitting with additional 90 days of follow up care. 
*Three-year manufacturer repair warranty, loss and damage insurance included with all hearing aids. 
*Pricing is for receiver-in-canal (RIC) style only. 
*Risk-free trial offered to all patients. 

If you are interested in Phonak Audeo Paradise hearing aids, please contact Gardner Audiology in Palm Harbor, FL at 1-800-277-1182 or email info@gardneraudiology.com to schedule an appointment. 

Purchasers are required to complete a short post fitting questionnaire.

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