Best Widex hearing aids picture

Widex hearing aid models, prices, and reviews

The image of color hearing aids
Silver grey (20.9% popularity)
8 more colors available
Widex’s best overall model

Widex Moment

25 reviews | 6 video reviews

This sound changes everything

Released on July 8, 2020, MOMENT is Widex's flagship line of hearing aids, available in all styles, and for all hearing losses. MOMENT is most wel... READ MORE

The image of color hearing aids
Autumn beige (5.5% popularity)
8 more colors available
Outdated: Widex’s best overall model from Jan ‘19-Feb ‘20

Widex Evoke

10 reviews | 0 video reviews

The world's first smart hearing aid

As of July 8, 2020, Evoke is an outdated model. If you're interested in Evoke, check out the next generation model, MOMENT. Evoke was a mostly soli... READ MORE

Written by: Jeff Hall, Hearing Aid Specialist
The image of Jeff Hall author

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
The image of Brad Ingrao author

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: Mar 24, 2023

Widex - “High Definition Hearing”

Phonak hearing aids office
If a hearing aid manufacturer could have a personality, Widex would be an avowed perfectionist. They may not be a household name or have the largest market share in the US, but it's about quality with this brand, not quantity.

The Copenhagen, Denmark-based company is known for its singular focus on audiophile-pleasing hearing aids.

Widex's current claim to fame is its flagship MOMENT hearing aids, which have the fastest sound processing of all the major hearing aids on the market. The result, is you hear sound the moment it happens, resulting in the natural sound quality Widex is known for.

Best selling Widex hearing aids as of Mar 24, 2023

Based on our internal sales data. Updated daily.

Widex`s overral brand rating

Based on user reviews on this website

1 Signia 4.71 48 reviews
2 ReSound 4.65 54 reviews
3 Oticon 4.65 148 reviews
4 Phonak 4.62 247 reviews
5 Widex 4.56 35 reviews
6 Starkey 4.49 44 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 %

Widex hearing aid reviews

Expert reviews

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

The image of Janet Hiles Brett hearing aids expert

Janet Hiles Brett, Doctor of Audiology

What needs improving

As advanced as Widex hearing aids are, particularly those rechargeable instruments using Lithium-ion batteries, the device will eventually need to have the battery replaced at the factory and this interruption can be inconvenient to patients using the hearing aids. It is for this reason that we stock loaner hearing aids for patients to use as they will be without their hearing aid while it is being serviced and/or replaced. Also, Widex only offers rechargeable batteries in the Receiver-in-the-Canal style hearing aids. Rechargeable batteries in custom hearing aids, as well as replaceable rechargeable batteries in RIC style hearing aids would be a significant feature to be able to offer our patients.

The image of Tracy Peck Holcomb hearing aids expert

Tracy Peck Holcomb, Doctor of Audiology

What needs improving

Although the wired version offers more stability with streaming, we would love to see Widex come out with a wireless option for their remote microphone system. It would also be great if they added a custom rechargeable option to their Moment lineup for those patients who are interested or would benefit from those features.

The image of Melinda Vance Trup hearing aids expert

Melinda Vance Trup, MS, Audiology

What needs improving

I’d like to see more styles such as in-the-ear hearing aids available with rechargeable capabilities & direct to Bluetooth options. I would also like to see recharger options such as portable rechargers that can recharge without being plugged in, or rechargers that have Dry Aid kits built in to help those with moisture issues.

The image of Shannon Schneller hearing aids expert

Shannon Schneller, Hearing Instrument Specialist

What needs improving

The transition to the Moment line of products with Android streaming capabilities has had some issues with bluetooth connectivity, but those issues have been resolved with current firmware and software updates.

The image of Walter Kelly Jr. hearing aids expert

Walter Kelly Jr., Hearing Instrument Specialist

What needs improving

Inside the devices are excellent, however the design of the Moment RIC is a bit clunky and not as streamlined in my opinion. If you have hair to cover the devices, it’s a non-issue, but for those of us with limited hair available, it could be. Additionally, while most people tend to want to adjust their hearing aids via the app, there is limited manual control available outside the app.

The image of Kristen Clark hearing aids expert

Kristen Clark, Doctor of Audiology

What needs improving

It is unfortunately only able to connect directly through Bluetooth capability to Apple phone devices at this time. It is not scheduled to be Android compatible until fall of 2021.

The image of Beau Campa hearing aids expert

Beau Campa, Doctor of Audiology

What needs improving

While the sound quality and overall appearance of Widex hearing aids are major benefits, one limiting factor is lack of direct Bluetooth connectivity and Streaming to Android devices. Although this shouldn’t be deal breaker for patients, the fact of the matter is that people want to stream, and many of them are Android users. Widex does have accessories patients can purchase that will allow them to stream, however it is another thing that someone has to buy and carry around in their pocket, which in my opinion is dated and inconvenient by today’s technology standards.

Latest user reviews

Preview for the "Can’t say enough good things about it" video

Can’t say enough good things about it

Review by: Robert from WA
Model: Widex Moment 440 RIC 312 D
Bought: Feb 2021

Hello, I’m Bob and I’ve got a story to tell about the Widex Moment 440 hearing aid. I’m 75 years old and I’m a retired physician, and I have had a hearing loss for about, oh, almost 12 years, and in those 12 years I’ve tried 5 different major manufacturers of hearing aids, and haven’t found one until now, that duplicates the high and low frequencies and the onset of sound, the crescendos, in music, popular music, classical music, it’s just a remarkable amount of authenticity and immediacy to listening to music, I mean, like I was 20 to 30 years younger than my 75 years of age. So I chose these hearing aids because I read about, a long review, done by Michael Fremer, who for 30 or more years, has been a contributing editor to stereophine magazine, he wore these hearing aids for 2 months, and highly recommended them, in the “pure sound” mode for listening to classical or any other kind of music, and I thought, this is what I really want to try and I was amazed at how good they do sound with music as well as speech recognition, all the nuances, the settings are amazing, so I really think there’s all sorts of good reasons to get the Widex Moment 440 hearing aids, I can’t think of anything as a drawback, and the one piece of advice I would give to anyone considering hearing aids is, find one that you enjoy, particularly in terms of hearing people clearly, and hearing music in a way that you haven’t heard for years. Mead Killion who is a dean of audiology and an expert of music replication, feels that the Widex alone is a hearing aid that really does an amazing job of replicating the immediacy and the power of music. So that’s the highest recommendation I think a person can offer. And here’s what they look like- that is the Widex Moment, the 440, great hearing aid, can’t say enough good things about it. Thank you so much, bye.

Preview for the "Streaming music is really good" video

Streaming music is really good

Review by: Larry from CA
Model: Widex Moment 440 mRIC R D (Discontinued)
Bought: Mar 2022

My name is Larry and I live in San Diego County, California. These are my first hearing aids, I decided that because of my wife’s continuously telling me I need hearing aids, I probably should try them. So I went to an audiologist and found this pretty good deal at ZipHearing and I’ve worked with ZipHearing and my audiologist to get me a pair of Widex 440s, which are my current brand, and they look like this, quite simple, easy to install, just put over your ear, push it in the ear, and do that. Don’t need a mirror or anything. I chose the Widex 440s because it was what my audiologist recommended after I tried ReSound and it didn’t work. We have a charger here, so I just put them in each night and they’re fine. I chose this hearing aid I said because the first one didn’t work and the audiologist recommended it. And what I like about it is the sound is good. I can hear my wife well, it’s a pretty clear and natural sound to me. My hearing loss was in the high frequency end which is pretty common for people my age. And so now what I like about it is I can hear my kids, my grand kids, my wife, and the TV better than I could before. So I’m happy with them. What I like about them is the streaming music is really good, I put on my Pandora, I Bluetooth it to my hearing aids, and it really sounds good, they’re essentially as good as a pair of Airpods, so I like them a lot, I listen to music a lot. What I don’t like about them is their application program for restaurants doesn’t seem to work very well, it doesn’t filter out the noise and the background noise in the restaurant, and the same is true I think when I’m using the focus forward TV sound you know just trying to get the TV when there’s other distractions it doesn’t have that forward focus like other hearing aids I’ve tried do. Yeah I’d recommend these hearing aids to people, especially if you listen to a lot of music. These are the Widex 440 RDs. I would recommend these to a friend. Compared to what I had before, I started few months ago with ReSound ONE 7s and I really liked them, except for the sounds always came in at a higher pitched tone, the high frequency stuff had like a lisp to it, so most of the sound was like kind of lispy, so I didn’t like that as much. What I did like with the ReSound ONE 7s is the restaurant focus, filtering out the background noise, so very good for that. Advice I’d give for someone getting hearing aids is if your first set doesn’t work, try different ones, don’t give up on them.

Preview for the "I couldn't be happier with these" video

I couldn't be happier with these

Review by: Suzanne from CO
Model: Widex Moment 440 sRIC R D
Bought: Oct 2022

Hi my name is Suzanne. I’m 87 years old and I live in the rocky mountains in Colorado and I wear hearing aids. I’ve had hearing aids for about 10 years but these are my new ones and they’re made by Widex. And uh, I couldn't be happier with them. Um, the ones I had before were Starkeys. They were good but they weren't programmable to the extent that these ones are which allows me to uh be in a public place and get rid of the extraneous noise around me or watch TV and hear voices really clearly, or listen to someone on my left, or of course listen to music. And a lot of musicians apparently choose Widex. I did a lot of research online before I chose these and I am really glad I did. This is the charging unit that the hearing aids go in and it uh sits by my bed at night and charges them completely by morning. Um, yea my hearing has been deteriorating for about 10 years and its ironic that I come from a family by my mother’s side where both my grandparents were deaf and I never had any idea what it means to be unable to hear clearly. I thought it meant everything was just quieter but it doesn't mean that. Iy means you can hear certain things in words but not other things I know I can hear the consonants butnot the vowels. It just is a lot of effort to try and hear and you can't without hearing aids. But the advice I would give to people who are thinking about getting hearing aids is do a lot of research online, that is certainly what I did. I happen to love the Widex because they are really good for music and I love music as well as words. What Is a little challenging for me is that the phone comes through my ears through the hearing aids and so if the phone rings I hear it in here, so if I am in the other room far from where the phone is then I have to come because it is ringing in my ear. I have to go and get the hearing aids and if I am talking to someone I have to remember to take the phone with me if I am going to be walking away from where the phone is. Let’s say I am in the kitchen and I am going to the sink to do something, if I leave the phone on my desk when I am talking, the person on the other end would say “I’m losing you, I’m losing you” so these are just things to get adjusted to. And the fact that It takes a couple of months for the brain to connect to the hearing, the changes in your hearing with the hearing aids. I couldn't be happier with these and I would recommend them to anyone

Preview for the "This model is their least expensive model, but it’s sufficient." video

This model is their least expensive model, but it’s sufficient.

Review by: John from MD
Model: Widex Moment 110 mRIC R D (Discontinued)
Bought: Dec 2021

Hello my name is Jay, I’m a retired disability specialist, I live in Ocean City, Maryland, and I’m here to to talk about my choice of hearing aids, which in this instance is Widex Moment 110 model. My hearing loss history is basically a gradual degradation, and moderate degradation of hearing that I became aware of when I had difficulty listening to my wife speak to me, in a relatively normal tone of voice, and I would kind of like catch it mid way, missing like the subject of the sentence and I would had to ask her about that, and then she would kinda raise her voice to make it more clear for me to understand and sometimes I would get that adrenaline rush in the back of my neck, and not very pleasant, so I agreed to get my hearing tested and you know, if it ended up that I really could use some help in this area that I would have no problem getting a hearing aid system. And that’s what happened you know I got tested and I found out that I had a moderate degree of degradation especially in my left ear, especially regarding the treble or high end range of the sonic spectrum. So, I had seen a promotional video by the guitarist from the band Toto and he was raving about these Widex hearing aids. I’m a guitarist and I still play and I love listening to music, and you know he was speaking to me, I kinda understand what he was saying, especially when he was talking about dynamic range and things like that. So you know after I found out that because of my age and because I’m a Medicare recipient that you know, most of this would be paid for, this is a pretty expensive system, you know I decided to go right off the bat with this system that the guy from Toto recommended. This is what they look like, they’re, you know you can’t see them when they’re in. This is the charger, this is the right hearing aid, this is kind of a charger you can take with you, this is like the travel case in case you don’t want to wear them, instruction manuals, cleaning system, this is the guide to the Widex Moment application which is really neat because you have some set patterns for different hearing situations like for music or for speaking some one you know vis-a-vis, face to face, and a third selection if you’re in a noisy room with like boomy acoustics or something like that, it kinda like mutes the background noise, and then you have customizable settings that you can make up your own setting, and you can adjust the treble, you can adjust the mid range, you can adjust the base, it’s very nice, it’s very cool, you just download the app, it’s free, get it, hook it up, Bluetooth, Bluetooth is included, so it’s a very modern system. What I like about it the most is you know I can hear when I put this in, so it does what they advertise it to. What I don’t like about it is that it’s expensive, there’s occasional feedback, but you are able to adjust the frequencies and the volume to taste, so that’s just something the more I live with them the better I get at it. So would I recommend this hearing aid to a friend? Yes especially if you’re over age 65 and have Medicare, but I have to give you the caveat that I have no experience with any other brand so this is just me telling you about my experience with the Widex system. And this model is their least prohibitively expensive model, but it’s sufficient to the requirements of the moderate loss of hearing that I experience. The one piece of advice I would give to someone that’s considering purchasing hearing aids is that you gotta be certain you’re not better off not hearing what’s going on the world, I mean there’s a lot of noise and you know, I’m hearing it everyday and you get to hear it really really crystal clear. Of course you can always remove them from your ears, and that’s an option. I had an uncle that never wore his hearing aids because he said there’s nothing worth hearing, except that when I went to talk to him, he put them in! Alright so that’s my little, you know, testimonial about the Widex hearing aid system, happy hearing, have a great life, take care.

Preview for the "I’m real happy with the Widex Moment" video

I’m real happy with the Widex Moment

Review by: Jim from CA
Model: Widex Moment 330 mRIC R D (Discontinued)
Bought: Jan 2022

Hello my name is Jim and I’m here to tell you about my new hearing aids, the Widex Moment. I’ve worn hearing aids probably for over a dozen years, I have a history of hearing loss, particularly high frequencies, I have difficulty understanding people and separating words and particularly higher frequencies, higher pitched voices. And I previously owned some Widex hearing aids but they were the old ones that required batteries, and I’m real happy with the Widex Moment that I got a couple months ago actually, and you can see they’re quite small and, when I wear them, they’re hardly visible at all, most people don’t even know that I’m wearing them. Couple things that I like about these hearing aids, #1, the digital adjustment that they make is just phenomenal. I was having some difficulty separating some sounds and they tweaked them and it made a huge difference and the adjustments they can make are endless. I really love the recharge, and no longer do I have to carry batteries with, try to find batteries, or have batteries die at the least opportune moment. Instead I have a charger here that I just keep plugged into a USB port next to my bed, every night I take off my hearing aids, just put them in there, and every morning when I get up they’re fully charged. I have never had the charge run out on me and I wear them most days all day long, from the time I get up until the time I go to bed. So, it’s really a nice feature. Another thing that I really like about these that I didn’t have before is the Bluetooth capability, where these automatically hook to my phone so if I have a phone call come in, or I’m listening to anything on the phone it automatically goes to my hearing aids and I really like that. The one thing I found that these don’t do very well with although, through Bluetooth, you can stream music from your phone for example, to hear that on your hearing aids, but they’re just not made for music and high quality sound like that so, if you ever compare them to Airpods or anything like that I think you’ll be disappointed, but face it that’s not what they’re designed for. I am a college professor and have had difficulty hearing students, particularly during the pandemic and students were wearing masks, I can’t see them, I can’t see what they’re saying, I can’t read their lips any longer, and so being able to get the newest technology of hearing aids has really helped me in the classroom, helped me understand students. It helps me a great deal in my relationship because I don’t have to ask my wife to repeat herself all the time. Anyway I strongly recommend the Widex Moment hearing aid, I think that it’s just, it’s amazing the quality of life when you’re able to hear, and you feel a part of things again, in many cases, when I kinda felt left out when I couldn’t hear things, or I couldn’t follow conversations, particularly in situations where there was a lot of background noise. One of the beauties of the Widex Moment is that you have the capability to filter out a lot of that background noise. Like I said the adjustments are endless, the ability to adjust them yourself and setup custom settings on your phone is wonderful, and certainly the professionals that I’ve had to assist me throughout the process with these hearing aids has just been wonderful, so, I recommend them wholeheartedly and definitely think that if you’re having trouble hearing I think it’s definitely something that you should look into. Of course I would be remiss if I didn’t talk about ZipHearing and the fact that they made it very easy for me to get these hearing aids, they were very responsive and quite frankly was able to get these high quality Widex hearing aids at a much lower cost than I could anywhere else, but they were responsive, I was able to get them very quickly, and the professional help I’ve had in fitting and adjusting them has been top notch. So definitely recommend them and like I said if you’re having difficulty hearing or are interested in upgrading your hearing aids I think this is definitely a wise choice. Hope this has helped.

Preview for the "My quality of life has really improved" video

My quality of life has really improved

Review by: Mike from OH
Model: Widex Moment 330 mRIC R D (Discontinued)
Bought: Jun 2020

Hi, my name is Mike C., I’m 61 years old and I spent 41 years in the volunteer fire service, and also 31 years in an industrial complex, and when it got time to retire, I noticed that my hearing wasn’t as good as it used to be, so I decided to get my hearing checked by a local audiologist. When I went in I was not really surprised to find that I had some hearing loss and that I needed some help. So they recommended that I purchase Widex brand hearing aids and told me that they were high quality and that I would really have a good experience with it, and they were right on the money on that. I’ve been very pleased with them, my quality of life has really improved since I started wearing them. I was having trouble understanding my grand kids, I could hear them talk, but I couldn’t tell what the words were, and I missed out on a lot of conversations because of that. Once I got the hearing aids my life improved quite a bit, and I’ve had no trouble with them at all, in fact this morning I was coming back from making an ambulance call and when I took my respirator off, my one hearing aid got flipped off and I didn’t even know it. I got home and found out that I had a hearing aid missing, and one of the features of the Widex brand is there’s a locator to search for your hearing aid. I used that with my cell phone app and was able to locate the hearing aid at the fire station. These things are so comfortable that a lot of times you don’t even realize you have them on. I highly recommend them and thank you for your time.

Show 0 More

Written Reviews

Review by Bill on Aug 27, 2020
Model: Widex Moment 440 RIC 312 D


I previously had a pair of high end Widex hearing aids for 8 years and felt it was time to update with a new pair.. I again choose Widex and was amazed as to how much better the new technology Is.
Review by Jim on Jun 14, 2022
Model: Widex Moment 330 mRIC R D (Discontinued)

I’m real happy with the Widex Moment

I've worn hearing aids for over a dozen years and have difficulty understanding people and separating words and particularly higher frequencies. I'm happy with these Widex Moment- they're hardly visible at all, most people don't even know I'm wearing them, and I like that they don't require batteries like my old Widex. Another thing that I really like about these that I didn’t have before is the Bluetooth capability, where these automatically hook to my phone so if I have a phone call come in, or I’m listening to anything on the phone it automatically goes to my hearing aids and I really like that.
Review by Fred on Mar 02, 2021
Model: Widex Moment 440 RIC 312 D

Game changer

The Widex hearing aid with Bluetooth connectivity and the Moment App for personal control is a game changer for me. I work with clients by telephone. My hearing was getting so bad I couldn't hear on the phone and that I thought I was going to be forced into retirement. Bluetooth connecting my cell phone to my hearing aids saved my career. I can actually hear better on the telephone now than I can in person.
Review by William on Jan 04, 2021
Model: Widex Moment 330 mRIC R D (Discontinued)
VERIFIED BUYER | Christiansburg, VA

Hearing like I'm 20

Convinced Widex Moment HA have given me sound quality comparable to what my 20 year old ears had, music choices are different though. Jazz has those soft brush drum sounds and the high pure horn notes. Classical has all the strings and horns. Custom programs let you easily dial it back when grandkids are around. Batteries are lasting Much longer with these HAs.
Review by Irwin on Sep 16, 2020
Model: Widex Moment 440 mRIC R D (Discontinued)

Extremely happy

My wife and I both bought the Widex Moment 440 aids.
We are both extremely happy. They are state of the art
and are providing us with excellent hearing ability in a
variety of situations.
Review by Jerry on Sep 11, 2020
Model: Widex Moment 220 mRIC R D (Discontinued)
VERIFIED BUYER | Casselberry, FL

Exceeded expectations

Experience with Widex Moment 220's has exceeded expectations. My experience so far is limited to 3.5 weeks, but I can report that audio quality is excellent. My single greatest usage has been streaming music and voice from my iPhone, but they have also met my expectations for conversation and watching TV without the need to use bluetooth headphones. The rubber domes, when properly inserted, grip tightly enough so that I have not come close to losing a device when removing a face mask, yet are comfortable enough to be worn 8+ hours at a time.
Review by Robert on Apr 20, 2021
Model: Widex Moment 440 mRIC R D (Discontinued)

So far so good

So far so good. They have definitely improved my hearing of high pitch sounds and that is why I got them. I have not had them for a long enough time to give them a 5 star rating but they have worked as described by the doctor. It does take a while to get use to hearing aids since this is my first set.
Review by Edward on Aug 24, 2021
Model: Widex Moment 220 mRIC R D (Discontinued)

Good, with issues

The sound quality is good, but I am 92 years old and still figuring out how to put them on correctly. My eyes are blurry so trying to clean the ear pod tips is quite hard. I am having my eyes checked later this month, so hopefully they can correct my watery eye problem.
Review by Steve on Sep 30, 2020
Model: Widex Moment 330 mRIC R D (Discontinued)
VERIFIED BUYER | Cuyahoga Falls, OH


I have the new Widex Moment RIC (rechargeable). The sound quality is excellent and natural. These hearing aids fit in my ear very comfortably. As with all of the brands I tried, the hearing aids do have to compete for room behind my ear with my glasses. But there is no discomfort.

I really like the controls I have for the hearing aids with the app on my phone. I have about 7-8 programs saved and can easily switch between them through the app. If I think a program is not right for the environment I am in, I make adjustments to volume, tone, etc. I can save this as a new program if I want, but I don't always do that because I don't want to have so many programs that I spend too much time trying to get to the perfect sound fit. Simply make an adjustment.

Lastly, the hearing aids stay charged all day. I wear them between 12-14 hours a day. There is no loss of sound or quality. I don't stream music or other sounds through them often, but I do use them consistently as a phone earbud. The hearing quality on my end works great. I do notice sometimes that the person on the other end may not hear me completely. So far when that has happened, I have been 3-5 feet away from my phone, which may be the cause. When I hold the phone or keep it near me, their reception improves.
Review by Judy on Nov 02, 2020
Model: Widex Moment 330 mRIC R D (Discontinued)

Very comfortable

The sound quality of the Moment 330 is great and they are very comfortable. I love the fact that they are paired to my IPhone. Helps me greatly when talking on the phone.
Show 0 More

Common questions about Widex hearing aids

What is Widex's best hearing aid?
The best Widex hearing aid is MOMENT 440.
What is the newest Widex hearing aid?
The newest Widex hearing aid is MOMENT, released July 8, 2020.
How much do Widex hearing aids cost?
Widex 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: 440 (premium), 330 (advanced), 220 (standard), 110 (basic). 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 Widex prices are *28% less than the national average retail price.

*Based on pricing data published by
Who sells Widex 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 a Widex seller and service center by visiting
Does Costco sell Widex hearing aids?
No, Costco does not sell Widex hearing aids.
Where are Widex hearing aids made?
Widex hearing aids are made in Hauppauge, New York and Copenhagen, Denmark.
How to pair Widex hearing aids to an iPhone
Recent Widex models that can stream audio directly from iOS devices (iOS version 13.2 or newer):

2020: MOMENT
2018: EVOKE

Not sure which model you have? Check your user guide, or call the Widex 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 Widex hearing aids, switch the hearing aids off and on again, by pressing and holding the push 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.
How to pair Widex hearing aids to an Android
Recent Widex models that can stream audio directly from Android devices (requires Android 11 or later and Bluetooth 5.0):

2020: MOMENT

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 Widex 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 Widex hearing aids.
How do you program Widex hearing aids?
Widex hearing aids, like all digital hearing aids, are programmed by computer to match the wearer's exact hearing profile. A Widex hearing care provider wirelessly connects to Widex hearing aids via an industry-standard programming device called Noahlink Wireless, or Widex's PROLINK or USBLINK devices. Once connected, the hearing aids are programmed via a proprietary programming software that is only available to hearing care providers, called COMPASS GPS.
Are Widex hearing aids waterproof?
No. Some Widex hearing aids have an IP rating of 68, which makes them very water-resistant, but they are not waterproof.