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Hal Hen Dri Aid FAQ

I have had quite a few emalis from people asking about Hal Hen’s dehumidifier products since I posted this. I’ve compiled some of the questions into a short FAQ below:

Do they work?

Yes! I have been leaving my Siemens ITEs in the pot overnight twice a week for years and I honestly believe that the dehumidification process has prolonged their life. On a couple of occasions I have got some rain-water in my aid and it has stopped working – a day or two in the Dri Aid pot has always managed to dry it out and get if fully operational again.

Where can I buy them?

The -->Hal Hen webiste has a contact form – if you fill that in they will let you know where your nearest stockist is. Alternatively, phone or email hearing aid vendors in your local area as Dri Aid products seem to be widely stocked by most vendors. You may also find some online stores selling them but I have no bought one online so I could not recommend any particular website.

How long do they last for?

I have had a Super Dri Aid pot for well over five years now and, as far as I can see, it is still working as well now as the day I got it! As long as you mircowave the pellets when you need to – you’ll know you need to mircowave them when the blue ones turn white – you should get a few years of service from a Dri Aid pot.

How much do they cost?

Super Dri Aid and Mini Super Dri Aid usually retail for between $15 and $20 in the USA and between £7 and £18 and the UK.