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Oticon wax guards for hearing aids

At Japebo you will find wax filters for several models of Oticon hearing aids. Oticon is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hearing aids and related accessories. Since 1904, Oticon has always been at the forefront of technological advancements in advanced audiology, making them highly popular among many hearing aid users.

Earwax is one of the major issues affecting hearing aids, as it can enter the hearing aid and reduce the volume and quality of sound. This is where the wax filter comes in as an ideal solution. Your ear canal will always produce earwax, and the wax guard will prevent it from affecting the sound in your hearing aid. Most hearing aids come with a filter or similar mechanism, but over time, these can get clogged, especially if not properly maintained. In our range, you will find wax filters for both ITE (In-The-Ear) and BTE (Behind-The-Ear) hearing aids.

Oticon wax guards are user-friendly and easy to replace, making it simple for users to maintain their hearing aids in optimal condition. Regularly changing the wax guards is crucial to avoid blockages that can reduce sound clarity or lead to device malfunctions. Specifically designed for Oticon hearing aids, these guards ensure perfect compatibility and reliable protection.

Large selection of wax guards

At Japebo, we sell the following wax guards for Oticon hearing aids: 

Oticon Prowax

The Oticon ProWax filter is made from water-resistant materials to protect your hearing aid from dirt and humidity. The Oticon ProWax filter is a crucial accessory designed to protect your hearing aids from ear wax, dust, and debris. Featuring a fine filter that effectively prevents blockages, it ensures optimal sound quality and prolongs the lifespan of your hearing aids. Regular replacement, recommended every month, maintains the best performance of your devices.

Compatible with several Oticon hearing aids, the ProWax filter fits models such as Oticon Intent (only Detect Receiver Typ: 100), Oticon Delta, Oticon Dual, Oticon Epoq, Oticon Ino, Oticon Intiga, and Oticon Ria. These filters are easy to replace using the provided disc tool, making maintenance straightforward and efficient.

Oticon Prowax Minifit

Enhance the longevity of your hearing aids with Oticon ProWax Minifit wax guards. Uncover the remarkable benefits of Oticon ProWax MiniFit wax filters. Not only do they enhance the lifespan of your hearing aids, but they also shield against dirt and bacteria, guaranteeing exceptional sound quality. What’s more, these filters are compatible with a wide range of in-ear and RITE devices, providing enhanced durability. Delve into the comprehensive details below to discover the features, compatibility, and step-by-step instructions. Don’t miss the opportunity to optimize your hearing and embrace a whole new auditory experience.

Oticon Waxstop Waxguard

Oticon Waxstop is made of a protective material that prevents harmful particles such as dirt and earwax from entering your hearing aid. Your hearing aid is thus protected by the wax guard, reducing the need for repairs and extending its lifespan. With Oticon Waxstop, you save both time and money. To achieve optimal effectiveness, the wax guard should be replaced every four weeks.

Oticon Nowax Filter

NoWax filters have been used for in-ear devices from both Oticon, Beltone, Bernafon, ReSound, and Interton. Furthermore, they were used for the first Oticon and Bernafon RITE hearing aids, where the device is placed behind the ear and leads a tiny tube to the speaker in the ear. No Wax has the same size in diameters as the newer ProWax filters, but they are longer and therefore NOT compatible with hearing aids, that are designed to use ProWax filters.

 Why choose Oticon hearing aid wax guards?

Oticon hearing aid wax guards act as a barrier, preventing dirt and bacteria from entering your hearing aids. Regularly replacing wax filters has been proven to reduce repairs and prolong the lifespan of your devices by protecting them from harmful particles that can compromise the electronics. Additionally, these accessories ensure optimal sound transmission from the hearing aids to your ears. A clogged wax filter can obstruct sound, resulting in diminished sound quality. By replacing the wax filters every month, you guarantee optimal sound performance and prevent dirt and wax from seeping into the electronics.

What to do with a blocked wax guard?

If you have a blocked wax guard, the only solution is to replace it. If you haven’t learned how to do it yourself, you can ask your hearing care professional to provide you with instructions so you can do it on your own. Together with Oticon, we always recommend daily maintenance of your hearing aids and the use of dedicated tools according to the specific model’s instructions to prevent blockages.

If you are unsure, wait until you can get the proper assistance from a specialist to avoid accidentally damaging or completely destroying your hearing aid.

How to replace a wax guard?

The process of replacing a wax guard may vary between Oticon models, so we always recommend reading the user manual to be sure. However, the general steps for Oticon wax filter replacement are as follows:

1. Remove the tool from its case. 

The tool have two holders, one with the new filter and one for removing the old one.

2. Take it out.

Press the holder that removes the wax filter into the existing filter and remove it from the hearing aid.

3. Insert the new wax guard

Insert the new wax guard into the hearing aid. Dispose of the used tool, and you have successfully replaced the wax filter.

Need help?

If you are still unsure about which wax protection system to use for your hearing aids or how to replace the system, please do not hesitate to contact us. You can reach us directly through the chat or email us at info@japebo.com, where our knowledgeable customer service team is ready to assist you with any inquiries regarding wax filters and other hearing aid accessories.

Also, check out our selection of Oticon batteries and Oticon accessories.