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Oticon’s best overall model

Oticon Real

13 reviews | 2 video reviews

Stay sharp in the real world

Released by Oticon on February 23, 2023, Real is Oticon's flagship line of hearing aids for mild-to-severe hearing losses. Real is most well-known ... READ MORE

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Oticon’s best in-the-ear model

Oticon Own

1 reviews | 0 video reviews

World’s first in-ear hearing aid with an on-board Deep Neural Network

Released by Oticon on August 25, 2022, Own is Oticon's newest line of custom in-the-ear hearing aids for mild-to-severe hearing losses. Oticon Own ... READ MORE

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Oticon’s most powerful model

Oticon Xceed

2 reviews | 2 video reviews

The world’s most powerful hearing aid

Released by Oticon on August 20, 2019, Xceed is Oticon's flagship line of hearing aids for wearers with severe-to-profound hearing loss. Xceed is m... READ MORE

Written by: Jeff Hall, Hearing Aid Specialist
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Jeff Hall

President at ZipHearing

Jeff is a California licensed hearing aid dispenser and the President of ZipHearing- one of the largest hearing aid suppliers in the country. Read More
Medically reviewed by: Brad Ingrao, Doctor of Audiology
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Brad Ingrao

Editor & Doctor of Audiology

Brad Ingrao, Au.D. has been in clinical practice since 1992 in a variety of settings including academia, private practice, educational audiology, the VA, and the hearing aid industry. Read More
Updated: Jun 06, 2023

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It enjoys perhaps the best overall reputation with near universal praise from the hearing care provider community. This isn't a brand you'll hear many hearing providers or hearing aid wearers criticizing.

Based in Copenhagen, Denmark and founded in 1904, Oticon is the second-oldest of the big 6 hearing aid brands. They got a decades-long head start at perfecting their craft, and it shows.

Oticon's most recent claim to fame is their release of the 'Real' hearing aid, which is their second-generation hearing aid with a Deep Neural Network built-in.

Oticon`s overral brand rating

Based on user reviews on this website

1 Signia 4.72 51 reviews
2 Oticon 4.67 164 reviews
3 ReSound 4.66 60 reviews
4 Phonak 4.62 264 reviews
5 Widex 4.56 35 reviews
6 Starkey 4.53 51 reviews

Market share

Hearing Aids prices range 24 %
Hearing Aids prices range 24 %
Sonova/Phonak Sonova Phonak 25 %
WS Audiology/Signia & Widex WS Audiology Signia/Widex 24%
Demant/Oticon Demant Oticon 24 %
GN/ReSound GN ReSound 16 %
Starkey Starkey Starkey 11 %

Oticon hearing aid reviews

Expert reviews

Read what a few of our favorite ZipHearing providers have to say about Oticon

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Beverly D’Cunha, Doctor of Audiology

What needs improving

While I am super happy as an Audiologist with Oticon, I would like to see rechargeable options for custom in the canal aids. Other than that, I only have happy patients coming in for follow-up because of their fantastic devices!

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Valerie Fitzgibbons, MA, Audiology

What needs improving

Oticons app for smartphones is lacking. Oticons approach to remote controls has always been: ‘its not needed’ because their hearing aid will do the work for the listener. Technically I would agree. Honestly, at a lot of yearly rechecks patients will tell me they are not using the remote control features. They report that the hearing aid setting we worked on does as good of a job, or better, then anything they try to adjust on their own in noisy environments. However, some patients WANT that flexibility. They want to make adjustments especially if they see their friends pulling out their phones and showing how they can make this change and that. For patients that want more control over their hearing aid features…. Oticon falls short compared to other manufacturers

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Sean Barak, Doctor of Audiology

What needs improving

Although the Oticon REAL is a great all-around hearing device, there are a few areas that could be improved to provide a better patient experience: A more robust phone application that allows for users to better customize their sound preferences and settings, a more stable Bluetooth connection, and a longer battery life when it comes to rechargeable models. Adding additional form factors, such as in-the-ear models would be a valuable addition to the REAL product lineup.

Latest user reviews

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They have made a world of difference

Review by: Heather from PA
Model: Oticon More 1 miniRITE R
Bought: Jul 2021

Hello my name is Heather and I am new to the hearing aid world, I just received my first pair at the end of July 2021. I chose, well, I have hearing loss that’s hereditary in my family, for about the past 5 years I’ve been following my hearing, 1 side is fine, and 1 side I need a hearing aid. So I’m still in the trial period but I am trying out both hearing aids to see if that helps. I bought the Oticon More brand of hearing aids, one of the things I was looking at were Bluetooth capabilities, as well as, the fact that I’m a teacher in a preschool setting, so there’s a lot of background noise and lots of little children, and so my audiologist was able to advise me on different brands, and different specialties that they have, and it looked like the Oticon was gonna be the best fit for me, in the classroom setting. One of the things I really like, I’ll take one out and show you, is they’re super easy to put in and take out. They’re small, they fit right behind the ear, they’re very discreet, in fact many people, once I’ve shared with them that I have hearing aids, they’re like “what!?” and often times when I wear my hair up, they don’t even notice them, so I like that part about it. One of the dislikes, and pretty much the only dislike I have right now is that when I’m using the Bluetooth on my phone, the volume adjusting doesn’t go super loud, so if I’m in a setting where there’s a lot of background noise, or if I’m in a store, or somewhere like that, sometimes it’s very hard to hear the person on the other end of the call, through the Bluetooth. So I’m working through that, I’m making the best of it. So would I recommend these to a friend? I most certainly would. They have made a world of difference in my ability to hear, especially some of the details of conversations if I’m in a group setting, I feel like I’m not missing out on anywhere near as much as I was without the hearing aids. My number 1 advice I would give to you if you are considering hearing aids is to give it time during your trial period, wear them everyday, that first week is gonna be a little bit rough, or uncomfortable as you’re adjusting to them, and I remember thinking, oh my goodness, I feel them, I hear everything, my hair rustling would make noise, but, you do get used to it, and now I’m to the point where I automatically put them in, and I kind of forget that they’re there, except for that they do amplify and make me be able to hear conversations and participate in a lot more activities because I’m able to hear everything a lot better. So good luck to you as you research them and I wish the best for you.

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I think they're the best.

Review by: Virginia from TN
Model: Oticon More 1 miniRITE R
Bought: Jul 2021

Hi, I'm Virginia from Chattanooga, TN. I had hearing loss about 10 years ago and I tried several hearing aids which I wasn't happy with. And then I tried Oticon. I really like Oticon. I'm now wearing another pair that I bought recently, and this is what they look like. The best thing I like about the Oticon is at night you plug them in by your bedside, the next morning you take them out and they're ready to go. So if you're having hearing loss, please give Oticon hearing aids a try. I think they're the best.

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I am very very pleased with them

Review by: David from FL
Model: Oticon More 1 miniRITE R
Bought: Jul 2021

Hello my name is David P., I am the owner of a pair of Oticon hearing aids, which I have been wearing for about 3 weeks now, and I can say that I am very very pleased with them. The history of how I wound up with hearing aids is as follows: about 4 months ago I had tried to remove some wax from my ears with q-tips and I got the wax jammed into my ear. I went to an ENT who removed the wax and said he would like to perform a hearing test, which they did. And I was very weak in the high ranges, and when I thought about it, I was missing words on the TV, a lot of words, so maybe there was some truth to it, but I gotta tell you, it was a big big shock that I needed hearing aids. Never in a million years did I ever think I’d be wearing hearing aids. I did nothing for a couple of weeks and then I decided, alright I’m gonna give it a try, I went back to the ENT office and they recommended that I take the Phonak hearing aids. I did that, and from the get go I had problems. First, I sweat a lot, and they were getting moisture in it, and nobody told me to use some kind of device to remove the moisture. So it went back to the Phonak people, they repaired it, got it back, and then the same thing happened again. Well, I was not pleased with the Phonak and I started looking around for other places to go, and I found ZipHearing, and lo and behold, hey, there was a big difference in price between the doctor and Zip, and so I looked into it, and they recommended the Oticon. Now one of the things I like about the Oticon, is that it has a dome that goes into the ear that’s round that seems to fit in, and the one for the Phonak was like a big ring around this thing and it was not sitting all the way into the ear, so I found this very very beneficial. The hearing aid is quite small, people don’t notice that I’m wearing a hearing aid unless I tell them. Quite honestly I’ve been telling people, hey, I’m wearing a hearing aid, it’s very simple to put in, and I’ve been very pleased with it. The service that I’ve gotten from the provider for the hearing aid has been very good, they have been very patient and have gone through all my concerns, and I feel very pleased with it. In looking for hearing aids, when I realized what I was looking for, I tried to search and gain as much knowledge as I possibly could going on the internet, looking at different providers and different manufacturer and so forth and so on, and I examined just about every hearing aid possible, with all the ramifications and so forth, and ZipHearing, they seemed to care, and I was very pleased with the service that I’ve gotten. Thank you very much, bye bye.

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In noisy environments I hear people perfectly

Review by: Nick from NJ
Model: Oticon Real 1 miniRITE R
Bought: Nov 2022

What’s up folks, my name is Nick and today, we’re gonna talk about the Oticon Real 1 miniRITE R. So just a few housekeeping items to get out of the way before we jump into this review. Number 1 I’m trying these hearing aids through ZipHearing, and if you don’t know what ZipHearing is, it’s a nationwide service that helps people get all the name brand hearing aids for thousands of dollars below retail, and if you want a link for the website, it’s right there. Just a very brief overview of my hearing history. I was diagnosed with a hearing loss, it’s fairly mild, however my biggest issue is hearing people in loud noisy environments, and I work in education, so I deal with noisy environments on a frequent basis, and that issue needed to be addressed. I have used a few other devices as well, so I will be comparing some of the pros and cons with these other devices, so please make sure you stick around to the end of the video, so that you can see that comparison. So if you’re still here, we’re about to get real with the Oticon Reals. So these hearing aids are brand new from Oticon and they follow in the footsteps of the More hearing aid. The hearing aid that I was supplied and the hearing aid that I will be talking about specifically is the 1 tech level, which is their most premium level, it is the miniRITE and it is the R for rechargeable, variant. So as you can see, on the screen, you are now currently looking at the hearing aid. It comes in a variety of colors which can be found found on ZipHearing’s website. These are the black, they’re black, there’s none more black. Now you’re taking a look at the charger that comes with your hearing aid devices. It uses a cable with a USB at the end that plugs into a brick, which you can then plug into an outlet to use this charger. The deep neural network is something that Oticon uses to identify what they use as an artificial intelligence, it uses a 360 degree microphone to capture 12 million real life sound scenes, right the data was then used to train these hearing aids onboard AI so that it can learn to recognize each type of sound and how important those sounds are to you, right is it just noise, is it wind, is it the fan, is it the vent, is it someone talking, right that’s important, that’s not noise, that’s important. So that artificial intelligence is going to kind of compensate for that, and it’s going to say okay that’s that’s just annoying sound, we’re gonna bring that down, but that person you’re talking to, we’re gonna boost that up. And I can tell you, personal experience, totally works, in those noisy environments, I heard people perfectly, and all that sort of chatter, just melted away, and was no longer a bother and it wasn’t a distraction and it wasn’t an interference, right, it just became something that was there that didn’t bother me and wasn’t causing harm. Now, one of my favorite things about these hearing aids is actually the app, um so it uses the Oticon Companion App and I’m gonna be posting maybe here, maybe here, I dunno yet, but you’ll see on screen, I’m gonna put some screenshots of the different things that are going on in the app. One thing I wanna get out in the open is that this app is super clean, the user interface is clean and crisp, um, it’s very user friendly there’s not a lot of confusion behind it, so this app is by far one of my favorite things about these hearing aids. As far as how it connects to the app and how it connects to the phone, these hearing aids use what’s called an MFI bluetooth standard which means Made for iPhone, um it can connect to Android devices but the standard protocol is MFI or Made for iPhone which allows you to connect your device instead of going through the Bluetooth menu, you’re actually gonna go to accessibility, and you’re gonna go to Hearing Devices, and that is how you’re going to connect these to your phone. So what has my experience been like with these hearing aids? I mean first and foremost, as soon as I put these in my ear, I knew these were something different, these were a step above many many many hearing aids. Immediately upon putting the receivers in my ears there was a crispness and a clarity and a boost to the audio quality and the sound quality that I was getting pumped into my ears and it was shocking. Without sounding cheesy, these were out of this world, I was highly impressed and that was within the first 2 minutes of wearing these and I can tell you, spoiler free, that experience and that positivity did not go away. It only got better. Additionally, not only was the sound quality from the outside world crisp and clear, but the streaming quality of the audio, when you’re streaming music or video or something from your phone or your device, that was amazing. Something else that really stood out to me was the ease of use and the ease of connection and the ease of setup involved with these hearing aids. Trying to pair them via Bluetooth wasn’t a thing, you just went into your iphone, into your accessibility, into your hearing devices, turn these off, turn these on, press connect and it was done, everything just worked, and it was really refreshing to not have to fumble around with things and look in the manual and look up answers on the internet, it just worked. So we’re gonna get back to this app because like I said, this is probably one of the top features for these hearing aids. Other apps are, a little bloated, or maybe they run slow, or they’re clunky or maybe it’s not user friendly, it’s not intuitive, the Oticon Companion App was all of those things, it went smooth, it was user friendly, it was clean, it was fast, it was responsive, everything is laid out where you would assume it would be laid out, it was very intuitive and you can tell that they spent a lot of time on that while they were developing the app. The battery life, the battery life on these Reals is fantastic, it lasts all day, just to give you a heads up, I usually put my hearing aids in at around 7, 730 in the morning, and I take them out at around 11, midnight, 11pm to midnight, so that’s you know, let’s do some math, that’s like uh, 17 hrs? Yeah. One of the most important things I can say is and this is gonna sound a little weird, but when I was wearing these hearing aids, I never thought about them. They never crossed my mind. It wasn’t like oh I’m hearing something weird or like oh I’m missing this or like oh they feel weird, right, that’s one of the biggest compliments I can give, is that when you’re wearing them and you’re using them, you forget they’re even there, they’re just doing their job and they’re doing it well. Now this video cannot only be positives right, there are some negatives and we’re gonna talk about some of these negatives right now. Negative number 1, in some situations where the hearing aid is trying to compensate for sound input, and trying to lower certain levels or boost certain levels, there is a little of a warble, right an increase in decrease in certain frequencies at a fairly rapid rate, it’s not debilitating right it’s not breaking your ears or it’s not breaking the hearing aids, it just, it can be annoying. Now, this didn’t happen all the time, it was very rare that this happened and basically what’s going on is that neural network, or the AI that’s based in these hearing aids is trying to give you a better sound. One of the biggest cons is actually remember we were talking about that MFI bluetooth connection, um that’s actually one of the biggest flaws, biggest cons here for me. Um, I am a multi-device guy, I have an iPhone, I have an iPad, I have a computer, I have an Apple watch, so with the MFI it’s really just 1 device at a time, right, it’s either your iphone, and then you have to physically switch it to your ipad and disconnect it from the phone, so that can be a little annoying. Finally one last con is the charger, right, I like the charger, I don’t like that it doesn’t have a lid right, so when you’re charging these, they just kinda sit here and your domes hang out in the front and they’re exposed to the elements right whatever, dog hair, dust, whatever. I would’ve liked a charger that had a lid or something to cover the hearing aids while they are charging. Second, this cable cannot be removed from the charger, right it is attached here, which might not be an issue if you’re just gonna leave it and never move it again. But if you need to pack it, or let’s say you have an animal that likes to chew on cables, you can’t just simply replace it with a USB to USB-C, right at that point this whole charger is kinda kaput, it’s gone and you gotta buy a new charger. Um, I would’ve liked a removable cable just to kind of resolve those issues. Alright everybody, so editor future version of Nick here, I just found out that that little charger issue that I was complaining about is easily resolved with a premium SmartCharger, it is a small travel sized charger that actually has a battery inside of it that you can charge with a USB-C cable, and it’ll recharge your Oticon Reals up to 3 times per charge, um and that has a lid and it keeps everything sealed and looking good, so yeah, problem solved, it’s a premium upgrade called the SmartCharger. So now we’re gonna compare these to the Phonak Lumity 90s that I have, they are both the highest tech level, they are both premium versions of their respective hearing aids, so I feel like it’s pretty fair comparisons. First, the app, Phonak has an app, Oticon has an app, whose is better? Uh, there’s really no debate, Oticon wins. Their app is way more intuitive, it flows nicer, it’s user friendly, um it is faster, it is less confusing, it just wins in pretty much every category. One way that the Phonak actually kinda beats the Oticon is the Phonak has tap control, right, so you can actually double tap on the hearing aid to answer a phone call, to hang up a phone call. Oticon you have to use the buttons, uh, is it less convenient, maybe, right, um is it, game changing, no, it’s just Phonak has the tap, Oticon does not, you can use the buttons on both though, so, Oticon sort of loses that one. The Bluetooth connections, may not be a big issue for you, but for me, it was a significant issue. The Phonak is going to win, because the Phonak you can connect up to 8 devices simultaneously so I can effortlessly and smoothly change from my phone to my iPad to my computer, with the MFI Made for iPhone connection, it’s one at a time, and you have to disconnect and reconnect in order to make it work. You remember that warble we talked about earlier? With the Oticon, where it was trying to compensate for the frequencies, um Phonak kind of has a similar issue, but handles it in a different way, I prefer the way Phonak’s AI handles it rather than the Oticon. The button positioning right, where are the buttons located on the hearing aids. The Oticons, the buttons tend to be lower down towards the bottom of the hearing aid, whereas the Phonaks are a little higher up more towards the top of the ear. For me, I tended to prefer Phonak’s button positioning, rather than the Oticon, so for that one I’ll give it to Phonak. Pricing, um, from what I understand, they are both very similar in price, so they both win. And furthermore, you will win, if you go through ZipHearing because you’re gonna save thousands of dollars, and trust me that is not an exaggeration, personal experience, that’s why I’m a ZipHearing customer, because they saved me thousands of dollars. So, to kind of wrap all this up, right, I know we talked about a lot, I showed you a lot, we talked about a lot, we went over a lot of things. Overall, these are a great purchase. You will not have a bad experience if you choose the Oticon Real 1 miniRITE R, right, they’re the premium level, they’re top of the line, the artificial intelligence or the neural network is fantastic, um the streaming quality is superb, the crispness, the clarity of the surrounding sound that is coming into your hearing aids, unbeatable, right, it’s up there with the Phonak it sounds fantastic. You will not be disappointed. Do I recommend these for you? Do I recommend these for my friends and family? Absolutely. Are there are couple downsides, a couple things that maybe I didn’t like, that you might not have a problem with? Sure, everyone has an opinion and you’re allowed to think whatever you want about these devices. But objectively these are fantastic hearing aids, the technology, the craftsmanship, the quality, everything is top notch, so let’s get real here, the Oticon Reals, 9 out of 10, 10 out of 10, right, they’re fantastic. So make sure you check these out, make sure you talk to your audiologist, talk to your hearing specialist, and you know what, give ZipHearing a call and see what’s going on with these. Thanks for watching and I hope to talk to you guys soon.

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There’s nothing I do not like about these hearing aids

Review by: Denise from TX
Model: Oticon More 2 miniRITE R
Bought: Sep 2021

Hi, my name is Denise H, and I just want to tell you something that recently happened in my life that has changed it for the better. I’ve been dealing with hearing loss for years and it gradually got to the point where I was missing out on a lot of social things that were going on around me because I couldn’t hear what anybody was saying or what they were talking about and I got so tired of saying “huh, huh, what did you say?” Well, I wanted to get a hearing aid, I figured it was that time, I needed to do something, and I started looking into it and it was so expensive I just couldn’t deal with it, so finally my husband said, “well let’s look online”, and we contacted ZipHearing. And we have got a hearing aid now, it’s called Oticon and it is amazing, and what I really like about it is not only that its changed my life for the good and I can hear everything that’s going on around me, is you don’t have to have batteries, it’s completely rechargeable, I just clean it, it’s very simple with a little light toothbrushing every night and stick it on the charger and it’s good to go in the morning. And it’s good all day, no problem with that. And also, it adjusts itself. I don’t have to worry about the background noise and all that stuff going on because if I’m in a crowd it will kinda adjust out some of the background noise so I can hear the person right there with me, and it’s amazing, I haven’t had a problem at all, there’s absolutely nothing I do not like about these hearing aids, they are amazing. The number one thing I would say is if you can’t hear and it’s causing problems for you, look into Oticon, it’s amazing, it’ll change your life, and it’ll give you a new perspective.

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I can tell you that it works

Review by: Dave from CA
Model: Oticon More 1 miniRITE R
Bought: Jan 2021

Hi my name is Dave L., I’m 71 years old, a retired college professor, and I have 7 grand children. The reason I mention those last two is that they’re very relevant to my hearing problems. In classrooms and lecture halls I was having difficulty listening to women’s voices, group conversations in seminars was getting to be impossible, and I was told that I had high frequency hearing loss, which I gather is pretty typical, kind of aggravated by the fact that making furniture is my hobby and I didn’t really wear hearing protection going to too many music concerts and standing too close to the PA system. I tried just about everything I could think of. You know, living on a limited budget I tried to get the hearing aids as cheaply as I could. First went to Costco, tried about 4 or 5 of their hearing aids, nothing really seemed to work very well for me. I tried Miracle Ear and had no joy there, and I even tried and online company called Nuheara which makes a hearing assistance device, I don’t think they call them hearing aids, but it sounds good, you know, and it was good in music situations but didn’t really solve the problems. I’d just about given up on correcting the thing and was getting pretty down about it all when a friend suggested that I try ZipHearing, and the results have been pretty good. You know, they’re easy to deal with, they make great referrals, which I think is really crucial, and they saved me a couple thousand dollars on the hearing aids, so I’m happy with that. At the same time I did some research and discovered that a company called Oticon is taking a completely different approach to making hearing aids. Their hearing aids, rather than focusing narrowly on the source of the sound, mimic what the brain would normally do in eliminating sounds that are irrelevant, don’t ask me to really explain it, I don’t fully understand it, but I can tell you that it works, definitely. Their hearing aids are very comfortable, they’re small and discreet, I’m wearing them now. Let me take one off and show you, there it is, you know the tip of it is somewhat unusual, let me see if I can get it to the right angle. It’s extremely comfortable and it kind of seals the ear off to make sure that wind noise doesn’t really affect it, or feedback doesn’t seem to be a problem which it was with the other hearing aids I tried. One situation that was really driving me nuts was if I was in the car and had the window down it just was like being in a wind tunnel, so I pretty much gave up on that. I ended up having them fitted by a company recommended by Zip, this probably is only relevant to people in Southern CA though, but the provider was absolutely fantastic, so even if you have to take a bit of a drive to get there, it’s worthwhile. I think having the hearing aids fitted and adjusted properly is more than half of the battle.

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Review by Steven on Feb 17, 2021
Model: Oticon More 2 miniRITE R

Not sure they're worth the investment

Been using the Oticon More aids every day consistently since they arrived 2 weeks ago. Have had 3 programming sessions with my audiologist. Overall I have experienced enough positive benefits from these aids to be 100% sold on the idea that hearing aids are worth my investment; however, I am not sold these Oticon More aids are the best for me.

I have outlined a few of my experiences (positive and negative) below.

* trouble connecting to Oticon app. Often one side will connect and the other will not.
* very ineffective in noisy environments; noisy environment program only seems to turn up the noises I am trying to eliminate!; tried MoreSound Booster and it has no effect; I am not convinced delivering “30% more sound” to my brain is an effective strategy for me.
* hissing noise has developed, requiring me to turn down setting. Still working with provider to remedy.
* still have difficulty hearing person next to me while driving or while sitting at a bar. I tried separating control of the sides, turned down left side and turned right side up and that helps a little but not much.
* they do work great for face to face conversations in quiet settings.
* they do work great in a quiet public speaker setting.
* they generally work great for phone (IPhone) calls but I have had periodic connectivity isssues (clicks or delay in one side connecting) when accepting calls.
* work super to help hear Google Maps driving directions.
Review by Mickey on May 04, 2022
Model: Oticon More 1 miniRITE R

Very disappointed right now

I have had my Oticon hearing aids since 6/2021 and they had to replace the right one because it quick working all together. For the past month now, I can put them in in the morning and they are working fine but either one will loose the connection to my blue tooth and only one will let the sound come in from my phone. I can restart the connection but it will not stay connected. Very disappointed right now.
Review by Private on Mar 15, 2023
Model: Oticon Real 1 miniRITE R

A big improvement

I was lucky enough that Oticon Real was released during my trial period with Oticon More, the previous generation model. I honestly didn't expect to notice a tremendous difference between the 2 models, but have been pleasantly surprised that the Real are indeed noticeably better than More. As advertised, they are better at reducing wind noise, and touching noises when I adjust the hearing aids. Grateful that the timing worked out that I could exchange the More for the newer Real model. 5 stars overall.
Review by Joe on Aug 06, 2022
Model: Oticon More 1 miniRITE R (Chroma Beige)
VERIFIED BUYER | Oakland Gardens, NY

Easy to wear, and get used to

Easy to wear, and get used to. They work very well, and are almost invisible. Good sound masking capabilities for tinnitus. A local competitor was charging $6,500 for the pair. Zip Hearing saved me $1,700 on the exact same product!!!
Review by Kay on May 19, 2022
Model: Oticon More 2 miniRITE R
VERIFIED BUYER | West Lake Hills, TX


Excellent! I no longer struggle to hear every word in a conversation. They made quite a difference. The rechargeable hearing aids are so much easier than dealing with batteries.
Review by Jeffrey on Mar 24, 2023
Model: Oticon Real 1 miniRITE R (Silver Grey)

First Time User

Purchased the Oticon hearing aids since I was not hearing conversations well in loud environments. They’re comfortable and can barely be seen. I’m still in the adjustment stage with the audiologist so I expect them to get even better. Conversations in restaurants and other crowded places are significantly improved. My only complaint is that there’s low level background buzzing/humming unless I turn the volume down, which reduces the value of the hearing aids so that doesn’t make sense. On the other hand, it’s still better than the tinnitus I get 24/7 without the hearing aids.
Review by Nick on Apr 06, 2023
Model: Oticon Real 1 miniRITE R

First impression… woah!

First impression… woah! As soon as I put these in my ears it was a whole different experience!

The audio provided by the Oticon Real 1 minirite R hearing aids was crystal clear and very dynamic. Whatever AI-based system they have going on in these is on another level. The aids allowed to me hear and experience everything that was going on around me, but at a more controlled and defined level. I have used other hearing aids from other brands before and was shocked at how amazing the Oticons were. Do the Real’s perform better than the other aids in every way? No. However, the Real’s can certainly hold their own.

For the TV and display enthusiasts there, It was as if I had been hearing in HD with my other aids and was now catapulted into the world of 4k. The dynamic range is incredible and the “Deep Neural Network”, or Oticon’s AI, does a stellar job at controlling the audio input from the world around you. Unlike other aids, I was not able to notice certain frequencies dipping in and out in response to the AI controlling sound from around me. Everything was smooth and crisp with fairly controlled and consistent audio signal from the aid. Furthermore, the audio quality while streaming from a device (music, videos, etc) is certainly of higher quality than other brands that I have used.

The app and iPhone pairing experience was effortless and foolproof. It just worked, which is hard to come by these days. The Oticon companion app has a very clean and user friendly interface and is quite responsive.

The charger could benefit from a few changes, in my opinion. I would prefer to have a charger that covers the aids when they are charging. It would protect them from the endless supply of dog hair that can be found in my house. Also, I would have preferred a charger with a removable charging cable, perhaps one with a USB-C port. The cable on the charger is not removable.

Overall, the Oticon Real 1 minirite R hearing aids are an excellent set of aids. I was hard-pressed to try and find any major negatives when writing this review. Are there some minor (subjective) flaws? Yes. I would still recommend these to anyone looking for a premium hearing aid who is looking for a seamless and effortless setup and user experience. I give these two thumbs up and my dog just added in two paws up!
Review by Paul on Mar 26, 2021
Model: Oticon More 3 miniRITE R

Sound of my hearing aids is fabulous

The sound of my hearing aids is fabulous, far superior to the previous pair I had. They are comfortable and easily charged.
While I'm happy to be saving money by not having to buy batteries I am disappointed at the outrageous price of the filters they use. I used to buy those cheaply by the dozen for my previous hearing aids.
Other than the filters I have no complaints at all.
Review by Tim on Feb 10, 2021
Model: Oticon More 1 miniRITE R

Highly recommended

I love the Oticon More aids and I’ve tried many many different brands in the past. The clarity of the sound and the constant connection with my Bluetooth device make streaming my favorite music or listening to a telephone call through my ear pieces just perfect. Highly recommended.
Review by Karen on Aug 18, 2022
Model: Oticon More 1 miniRITE R (Diamond Black)
VERIFIED BUYER | Cranberry Township, PA


The sound is great. They are new, so I'm getting use to wearing them. They are durable and comfortable but might need some adjustment.
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Common questions about Oticon hearing aids

What is the best Oticon hearing aid?
The best Oticon hearing aid is Oticon Real 1.
What is the newest Oticon hearing aid?
The newest Oticon hearing aid is Oticon Real, February 23, 2023.
Who sells Oticon hearing aids near me?
We do! Call 800-731-6794 and we'll let you know our closest location to you. You can also find an Oticon seller and service center by visiting
How much do Oticon hearing aids cost?
Oticon hearing aids range in price from $1,000-$3,500 per hearing aid. Prices will vary based on the technology level of the hearing aid: 1 (premium), 2 (mid), 3 (essential). Other items included with your purchase may also affect the price, such as service plans, warranties, and accessories. Prices may vary significantly by region and retailer. At ZipHearing, our Oticon prices are *33% less than the national average retail price.

*Based on pricing data published by
How to pair Oticon hearing aids to an iPhone
Recent Oticon models that can stream audio directly from iOS devices (iOS version 11 or newer):

2023: Real
2022: Zircon
2021: More
2020: Ruby
2019: Opn S, Opn Play, Xceed
2018: Siya

Not sure which model you have? Check your user guide, or call the Oticon provider who sold the devices to you.

Pairing Instructions:

1. Make sure that your phone's Bluetooth is on. Go to Settings > Bluetooth, and make sure the toggle switch is set to On.
2. Open and close the battery doors on your hearing device. Or, if you use rechargeable Oticon hearing aids, switch the hearing aids off and on again, by pressing and holding the toggle down button for 3 seconds to turn them off, and repeating to turn them back on.
3. On your Apple device, go to Settings > Accessibility > Hearing, and select Hearing Devices.
4. Your Apple device will search for your hearing device.
5. Under MFi Hearing Devices, tap the name of your hearing device.
6. Tap Pair when you see the pairing request on the screen. If you have two hearing devices, you'll get two requests. Pairing could take up to a minute.
7. You can start using your hearing device when you see it under MFi Hearing Devices with a check mark.

Are Oticon hearing aids waterproof?
No. Some Oticon hearing aids have an IP rating of 68, which makes them very water-resistant, but they are not waterproof.
Where are Oticon hearing aids made?
Oticon hearing aids are made in Somerset, New Jersey, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Mierzyn, Poland.
How to pair Oticon hearing aids to an Android
Recent Oticon models that can stream audio directly from Android devices (requires Android 10).

2023: Real
2022: Zircon
2021: More

Please note that not all Android devices can directly stream to Oticon hearing aids. Check compatibility

Pairing Instructions:

1. Go to the Android phone’s home screen and tap on the “Settings” icon.
2. In the settings menu, tap on the Bluetooth icon.
3. Tap on the slider button to turn Bluetooth on.
4. Open and close the hearing aid battery doors. Or, if you use rechargeable Oticon hearing aids, switch the hearing aids off by pressing and holding the push button for 3 seconds, then repeating to turn them back on again.
5. Open the “Settings” app on your phone
6. Tap “Connected devices”, and “Pair new device.”
7. If you have more than one hearing aid: Wait for the first hearing aid to connect, then tap the other hearing aid in the list of available devices.
8. Your Android phone is now connected to your Oticon hearing aids.

How do you program Oticon hearing aids?
Oticon hearing aids, like all digital hearing aids, are programmed by computer to match the wearer's exact hearing profile. An Oticon hearing care provider wirelessly connects to Oticon hearing aids via an industry-standard programming device called Noahlink Wireless. Once connected, the hearing aids are programmed via a proprietary programming software that is only available to hearing care providers, called Genie 2.