Product Review of Oticon More 3 MiniRITE Hearing Aid

The Oticon More 3 is an entry-level hearing aid offered by Oticon, one of the major manufacturers of hearing aids. Hearing aids are offered in several different technology levels, and top-of-the-line is not always necessary for everyone! This level of technology is also Oticon’s lowest cost option for the More line of hearing aids, which is their most current technology.

If you are often at home, live along, struggle with television, etc. then the Oticon More 3 sounds like the perfect hearing aid for you! These entry-level devices do not include any automatic noise reduction features, so they work well for those who live a quieter lifestyle. These hearing aids still offer connectivity to smartphones and will work with Oticon’s smartphone app for remote control purposes! These hearing aids have the same amount of power as the higher-level technology hearing aids do, so you won’t miss out on any conversations or sounds based on your degree of hearing loss. It may, however, be more of an adjustment when you are in more challenging listening environments.

These hearing aids are also very discreet – not like the big and bulky hearing aids that people usually think of. They are only offered in a behind-the-ear style, but fit so well that they are hardly noticeable to the average passersby. The Oticon More 3 hearing aids are also available in several different colors, and can match any skin tone or hair color!

If you are interested in a pair of Oticon More 3 hearing aids, please contact Gardner Audiology at 1-800-277-1182 or visit to schedule a consultation.

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