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The PressureAID Hearing Aid Lets the Impaired Swim with Audio

 - Aug 4, 2012
References: jamesdysonaward.org & notcot.org
Unfortunately, many people who are hearing impaired must chose between one experience and another, especially when it comes to participating in water-based activities. The PressureAID Hearing Aid has been conceived to eliminate this need to compromise, allowing the nearly-deaf to get soaking wet and still stay tuned to the sounds around them.

An entry for the James Dyson Award, this product is definitely considered cutting-edge. Its technology is much more compact than many assisted listening devices on the market, its look is sleek and modern and its form is adaptable to the individual's ear canal. Furthermore, the PressureAID Hearing Aid can function effectively even when it's been completely submerged and any underwater compression on the device causes a seal to form, thus protecting the inner ear.