Latest hearing aids

Phonak Audéo Fit™

Contains a heart rate sensor and can track health data when paired with
myPhonak app.


Phonak Audéo Life™

The world’s first waterproof* rechargeable hearing aid


Phonak Slim™

The world’s first uniquely shaped left and right hearing aids that follows the natural curve of the head.


Audéo™ Paradise

The hearing aid that delivers unrivaled*** sound quality2 and empowering smart apps.



Naida™ Paradise

Next level, powerful sound, connectivity to smartphones, TV and more, and empowering smart apps. 



Designed specifically for unilateral hearing loss, CROS P improves speech understanding in noisy environments*1 and helps the wearer follow conversations — wherever they are coming from.


Phonak Virto™ Paradise

Virto Paradise features universal**** connectivity and unrivaled***sound quality2 custom made for your ears. To enhance your inner confidence, we specifically created Virto Paradise with a distinctive black design.


Sky™ Link M

Combining hearing performance, child-specific features and connectivity to Roger™ and Bluetooth®* enabled devices.


Naida™ Link M

The super power BTE (Behind-the-Ear) that has the ability to be paired to Advanced Bionics Naída CI M90 sound processor.


Phonak Virto™ P-Titanium

The 3rd generation of the world’s first hearing aid made from titanium with a 15x stronger shell than acrylic



The first 100% invisible hearing aid. It can be worn 24/7 for months at a time.


Bolero™ Marvel

Maximum reliability and robustness with a clear, rich sound experience and multifunctionality.


Vitus™, Vitus+™

Delivers solid performance in a multitude of hearing situations.



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Previous generation products

*when using a CROS system compared to unaided
**up to 50 cm or 1.64 feet
***compared to Phonak Audéo Marvel
****Virto P-312 only

1 Stewart, E. & Woodward, J. (2021). Out of the (Head) Shadow: A Systematic Review of CROS/BiCROS Literature. Manuscript in preparation.
2 Appleton, J. (2020) AutoSense OS 4.0 - significantly less listening effort and preferred for speech intelligibility. Phonak Field Study News retrieved from, accessed November 2020.