Hearing aid batteries at Microbattery.com
Their front page has a handy little section that lets you pick the battery you need based on its colour or size code. They are stocking batteries from: Rayovac, Panasonic, Energizer, ZeniPower, Duracell, PowerOne, Renata, Sony and iCellTech.
Well worth a look if you need to stock up.
Do you have a particular battery brand that you swear by? Do you get better performance or longer life from a particular type of battery? Personally, I swear by Rayovac. I have been using Boots own brand batteries for a month or so because they had a by-one-get-one-free offer on but I have noticed that the Boots batteries have been running out quicker than the Rayovacs and I’m convinced there is a dip in volume on the day that they run out. Once I have used up the Boots batteries I am definitely going back to good old Rayovac – I think it’s worth spending that little bit more to get a better quality battery.
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