One of Phonak’s most innovative designs, the Audéo Fit goes beyond hearing improvement and brings a more holistic health functionality to your hearing aids.
Audéo Fit has an array of features that you can enjoy throughout your active day.
Tracking physical activity can motivate you to engage more with your health.⁵ When Audéo Fit is paired with the myPhonak app, it can track and display your live heart rate, resting heart rate, and an overview of your heart rate on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis.* Lower resting heart rate is linked to better health over the long-term⁶.
Audéo Fit pairs with the myPhonak app and Bluetooth® enabled devices, great for people with an active lifestyle or for hearing aid wearers looking for some additional motivation.
Discreet microphones that transmit a speaker’s voice directly to hearing aids or cochlear implants.
Audéo Fit can be worn when exercising and tracks the number of steps taken, the distance walked or ran and displays the time spent at different activity levels (none, low, medium, high). Please discuss with your hearing care professional the type of exercise you wish to exert, the retention of the earpiece, as well as cleaning, maintenance and servicing of the hearing aids.
The Audéo Fit reaches the IP class IP 68. IP68 indicates that the hearing aid is water resistant and dust tight. It survived continuous immersion in 1 meter of water for 60 minutes and 8 hours in a dust chamber as per the IEC60529 standard. A “sweat test” has been performed for Audéo Life to test beyond IP68 standards.
*In order to access health data, it is necessary to create an account within the myPhonak app.
** Compared to Phonak Audéo Marvel
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