Oticon Own

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What we love about Own

Deep Neural Network iconDeep Neural Network

Oticon used a 360 degree microphone to capture 12 million real-life sound scenes. This data was then used to train Oticon Own's on-board deep neural network, so it can learn to recognize each type of sound and their relative importance to you.

Virtually Invisible iconVirtually Invisible

Oticon Own is available in 5 different in-the-ear styles. The invisible-in-canal style (IIC) is Oticon’s smallest in-the-ear design to date and according to Oticon will be an invisible fit for 9 out of 10 users.

Bluetooth Connectivity iconBluetooth Connectivity

Own hearing aids offer a range of Bluetooth connectivity options including hands-free phone calls with select iOS devices, and direct streaming from select Android devices.

Included with your purchase

Local Care

Don’t settle for less- or “remote support.” To get the best performance out of your hearing aids you need local care. It’s why all the major manufacturers recommend it. Your purchase includes 1 year of unlimited appointments with your local ZipHearing provider. After your first year of ownership, additional appointments with your local ZipHearing provider are $50 each.

45 Day Risk-Free Trial

Wear your hearing aids for 45 days. If they don’t change your life, simply bring them back to your local ZipHearing provider and we’ll issue a 100% refund. No restocking fees. No fine print.

Warranty

Your purchase includes a manufacturer’s 3 year warranty covering repairs, and loss and damage. If a hearing aid is lost or damaged beyond repair during the warranty period, your ZipHearing provider can file what is called a “Loss and Damage Claim” for you, and a new device will be issued, subject to a deductible payable to your hearing provider of $350/aid.

Supplies

Cleaning and maintenance supplies like domes and wax filters are included with your order, and your hearing provider will show you how to use them. If your hearing aids take disposable batteries, we’ll include a year's supply. If your hearing aids are rechargeable, we’ll include a charger.

Financing Available

We offer 12 month interest-free financing through CareCredit. We also offer payment plans of up to 60 months, though interest does apply. Setting up your financing takes just minutes, and a ZipHearing team member will help you through the process.

How Own fits

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45 Day Risk-Free Trial
Shield icon - 45 Day Risk-Free Trial

45 Day Risk-Free Trial

Wear your hearing aids for 45 days. If they don’t change your life, simply bring them back to your local ZipHearing provider and we’ll issue a 100% refund. No restocking fees. No fine print.

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Financing Available
Financing icon - Financing Available

Financing Available

We offer 12 month interest-free financing through CareCredit. We also offer payment plans of up to 60 months, though interest does apply. Setting up your financing takes just minutes, and a ZipHearing team member will help you through the process.

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Local Care
Heart icon - local care

Local Care

Don’t settle for less- or “remote support.” To get the best performance out of your hearing aids you need local care. It’s why all the major manufacturers recommend it. Your purchase includes 1 year of unlimited appointments with your local ZipHearing provider. After your first year of ownership, additional appointments with your local ZipHearing provider are $50 each.

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Warranty
Warranty icon - warranty

Warranty

Your purchase includes a manufacturer’s 3 year warranty covering repairs, and loss and damage. If a hearing aid is lost or damaged beyond repair during the warranty period, your ZipHearing provider can file what is called a “Loss and Damage Claim” for you, and a new device will be issued, subject to a deductible payable to your hearing provider of $350/aid.

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Supplies
Supplies icon - provide supplies for the hearing aids

Supplies

Cleaning and maintenance supplies like domes and wax filters are included with your order, and your hearing provider will show you how to use them. If your hearing aids take disposable batteries, we’ll include a year's supply. If your hearing aids are rechargeable, we’ll include a charger.

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:Dec 08, 2022
Oticon Own

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 is most well-known for being the world’s first in-the-ear hearing aid to include an on-board Deep Neural Network which has learned to recognize virtually all types of sounds, their details, and how they should ideally sound.

Prior to Own, Oticon hadn’t released an in-the-ear model since 2016, so Own is a much needed update and now means Oticon has a winning product in just about every category.

Own at a glance

Sales popularity of Own vs.

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Relative sales popularity of Oticon models over time, based on our internal sales data. Updated weekly. Click on a model name to remove/bring back it from the chart comparsion

Sales stats for Own

Based on our internal sales data. Updated daily.

BOUGHT BY 9.1%of our customers who've bought Oticon in the last 90 days
RETURNED BY 15%of customers during their 45 day trial period for a 100% refund
ZipHearing Return PolicyWe think you'll love your new hearing aids. But if you don't, return them for a 100% refund within 45 days. No restocking fees, no fine print.

Your savings through ZipHearing

Based on retail pricing figures from HearingTracker.com.

Average retail
OUR PRICE IS
33% less
than the national average for this hearing aid
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Oticon's product naming convention

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Brand
Own
Generation
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Tech level
ITC
Style

Own tech levels our customers buy

Based on internal sales data. Updated daily.

Hearing Aids prices range80%
Hearing Aids prices range80%
Tech level% of sales
Premium80%
Advanced15%
Mid5%
Low0%
Economy0%

Oticon Own models

Sorted by popularity. Based on our internal sales data. Updated daily.

RATING1
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ITC

In-the-canal style with a size 312 battery

50%
of our customers choose this model
RATING2
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IIC

Invisible-in-canal style with a size 10 battery

35%
of our customers choose this model
RATING3
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CIC

Completely-in-canal style with a size 10 battery

15%
of our customers choose this model
RATING4
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ITE HS

In-the-ear half shell style with a size 312 battery

0%
of our customers choose this model
RATING5
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ITE FS

In-the-ear full shell style with a size 312 battery

0%
of our customers choose this model

Oticon Own 1 vs 2 & more

This is a heavily abbreviated chart designed to focus only on the key differences between models. Features that exist across all technology are not listed below unless they`re necessary to provide context for other features listed. Swipe right to see more features, tap on a feature to read its description.

Model54321
Sales popularity0%0%5%15%80%
Tech levelEconomyLowMidAdvancedPremium
Channels4848484864
Bands1214182024
Fitting bandwidth8 kHz8 kHz8 kHz8 kHz10 kHz
Neural Noise Supression6 dB6 dB10 dB
MoreSound IntelligenceLevel 3Level 2Level 1
Clear Dynamics

*some features may not apply to all models on this page

For a more detailed comparison, see Oticon`s feature matrix

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Common questions about Oticon Own hearing aids

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Is this hearing aid Bluetooth compatible?
The ITC and ITE models are are Made for iPhone, which means they can connect directly with iPhones to stream music, phone calls, and more. Own is also compatible with the new Android protocol, Audio Streaming for Hearing Aids (ASHA), allowing direct streaming from select Android devices with Android 10 and Bluetooth 5.0. If your phone isn't directly compatible with Own, you can still get Bluetooth functionality via the ConnectClip accessory so long as you have the ITC or ITE models.
Does this hearing aid allow for hands-free phone calls?
The ITC, ITE HS, and ITE FS models do have hands-free calling but it requires iPhone 11 or newer, running on iOS 15.2 or later. With these models it is an entirely hands-free phone call experience, as the push-button on these models will allow you to answer, reject, and hangup phone calls. If you any any other phone, you can only have hands-free calling via Oticon's ConnectClip accessory. The ConnectClip accessory can be clipped to your shirt or worn on a neckloop, and that has a microphone on it that will pick up your voice for the caller, allowing you to keep the phone in your pocket/purse, etc.
Can this hearing aid be paired directly to my Bluetooth TV?
No. To stream audio from the TV you'll need the TV Adapter 3.0
How will I know when it's time to change the battery?
A few hours before the battery dies, you'll hear three steady beeps. This will usually happen a few times. Then, right before the battery dies, you'll hear four descending tones.
How long do the batteries last?
Battery life will vary depending on several factors. In general, the 312 battery models will last 3.5-7 days, and the size 10 battery will last 2-4 days.
Are the batteries hard to change?
For most people, no. But if you have poor dexterity, we'd recommend considering one of the larger 312 battery models (ITC OR ITE) and not the size 10 models (IIC OR CIC).
How can I control this hearing aid, and which settings can I control?
You can control the volume and program of this hearing aid using the onboard pushbutton or Remote Control 3.0. If you get the ITC, ITE HS, or ITE FS model, you can also use the Oticon ON app to control background noise reduction and tinnitus relief sounds.
How do I turn this hearing aid on and off?
To turn the hearing aid off, simply open the battery door. When the battery door is closed again, the hearing aid will power on.
Does the app have a “Find My Hearing Aid” feature?
Yes. However, in order to use this feature, you wouldn've had to have setup the app and paired your hearing aids to your phone, prior to losing them. Once the hearing aids have been paired, if you lose them, the app will help you locate them, so long as the hearing aids are powered on. If the hearing aids are powered off, or if their batteries have died, the app will show you the last location of the hearing aids when they were powered on.
Is there any reason not to buy the IIC or CIC model?
Maybe. Like almost all IIC and CIC hearing aids, these models will not have Bluetooth streaming capabilities, cannot be programmed remotely by your hearing care provider, and cannot be adjusted via the Oticon ON app. Due to the small size of these models, Oticon had to make some hardware compromises, and these models only have one microphone. Oticon's MoreSound Intelligence was designed to work with input from two microphones (and it does with all other models except IIC and CIC), and we suspect MoreSound Intelligence is more effective with two microphones. Finally, the IIC model only has a single automatic program, and cannot be adjusted by the user. Some users may feel this doesn't give them enough control or flexibility over their listening experiene in different environments, though this is common for IIC models.
Is this hearing aid CROS compatible?
No. Oticon's newest CROS compatible hearing aid is called Oticon More.
Can I get this hearing aid with a telecoil?
The ITC, ITE HS, and ITE FS can be ordered with a telecoil. However if ordered with a telecoil, the hearing aid will not have Bluetooth connectivity to your phone. With Oticon Own, you have to choose one or the other- Bluetooth or telecoil.

Compatible apps & accessories

Apps (by popularity)

On App

Take control of your hearing aids. Use the app to control settings like volume, program, background noise reduction and tinnitus relief sounds. Locate your hearing aids if you've lost them. Track valuable information on your hearing aid use, like wear time, and battery life.

*Double tap on the app to open it in the store

Accessories (by popularity)

RATING1
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TV Adapter 3.0, $249

TV Adapter 3.0, $249

Plug it into the back of your TV or soundbar and the audio will be streamed directly to your hearing aids. Others can keep the TV at their preferred volume level, while you set your own volume via the app or on the hearing aids themselves.
RATING2
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ConnectClip, $249

ConnectClip, $249

ConnectClip has two features. First, it's most commonly used as a Bluetooth streamer that allows you to stream audio from your phone to your hearing aids. If you have an iPhone, you don't need this, because iPhones stream directly to Oticon hearing aids. If you have an Android or any other phone and you want to stream from your phone, you need this. Even if you have an iPhone, it still may make sense to get this, because it does allow for hands free phone calls. Wear it around your neck and the microphone picks up your voice for the person on the other end of the call to hear, so you don't have to hold you the phone to your mouth when speaking. The second feature of ConnectClip is its ability to work as a remote microphone. If you have a hard time hearing in noise this accessory is a lifesaver. Attach the ConnectClip to a companion's shirt and their voice will stream directly to your hearing aids. Their voice will come through much stronger than all the competing noise in the environment.
RATING3
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Remote Control 3.0, $199

Remote Control 3.0, $199

You probably don't need this. Most people use the app to control their hearing aids, and if not the app, then the push button on the hearing aid itself. But if neither of those suit you, this remote is a simple way to control the volume and program.
Jeff Hall - president of ZipHearing
Jeff Hall - president of ZipHearing
	Jeff Hall - president of ZipHearing

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