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hearing aids turns off inside a case

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Sometimes people forget to turn their hearing aid off. This can be fixed by putting a small reed switch inside the hearing aid, and magnets inside the hearing aid case.

When you put your hearing aid into storage, it will trigger the magnetic reed switch, and turn off the power for the hearing aid.

mofosyne, Oct 27 2010

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       Suggest move to science:health:ear or product:audio:personal. [+]
Spacecoyote, Oct 27 2010
  

       Eh ? What ?
8th of 7, Oct 27 2010
  

       Entirely too sensible.
RayfordSteele, Oct 28 2010
  

       My father has hearing aids that are recharged by putting them in their storage case. It's got an induction pad in it, that they rest upon. They're some fancy German things... practically invisible and about $12,000.
infidel, Oct 28 2010
  

       TEN PAST FOUR. AND THERE'S NO NEED TO SHOUT.
8th of 7, Oct 28 2010
  

       Sounds doable for cheaper hearing aids.
nomocrow, Oct 28 2010
  

       + sensible is OK (sometimes)!!
xandram, Oct 28 2010
  
      
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