Jabra, who is best known for its exceptional wireless headphones and headsets, has come out with its first hearing aid wearable. These wireless earbuds are first-of-its-kind wireless earbuds that offer hearing enhancement technology, and they will be launching in the US before the month ends. According to Jabra, the Enhance Plus is best suited to those who suffer from mild to moderate hearing loss.
The Jabra Enhance Plus is a tiny device. As a matter of fact, it’s so small, that Jabra says that it’s 40% smaller than the smallest true wireless earbuds on the market today, yet it is equipped with technology able to provide “individualized situation hearing enhancement”.
The device will be able to enhance hearing during in-person conversations, calls, and even when listening to music. Jabra has also made the device water and dust-resistant. And on a single charge, the Jabra Enhance Plus can supposedly last up to 10 hours.
Where to buy Jabra Enhance Plus
The Jabra Enhance Plus is slated to hit US shores on February 25th for $799 at select Hearing Care Professionals across the nation. While $799 might seem like an exorbitant price for wireless earbuds, it’s actually a “bargain bin” price for a hearing enhancement product.