Update - This aid has been superseded. We can still supply them but they are far from new technology. Please see the current models towards the top of our list.
In October 2010 Phonak launched the Ambra. This hearing aid directly replaced the previous Exelia Art model. At the time it was Phonaks top level of technology until it was superseded in October 2012 by their new Quest range (Bolero Q, Virto Q). It has excellent technology and offers a wide range of styles to suit your individual needs.
It is available in various BTE (Behind the Ear) Styles
It also comes in several custom ITE (In the Ear) models
CIC - (Completely in Canal)
MC - (Mini Canal)
ITC - (In the Canal)
HS - (Half Shell)
FS - (Full Shell)
Within the Ambra range there is also the Ambra Nano. This is a tiny IIC (Invisible in Canal) hearing aid. It sits deep in the ear canal and is designed for people who want something that Is virtually invisible.
The Ambra has an excellent variety of features, these include
The Ambra is also wireless. Phonak have developed a range of accessories to work along side it to give you the freedom to enjoy everyday activities such as watching tv.
The Ambra hearing aids are Nano-coated which acts as a barrier against sweat and other moisture in the ear. It is designed to prolong the life of your hearing aid.
In conclusion, the Phonak Ambra offers excellent technology that has wireless compatibility It is available in a range of styles and colours to suit your individual needs. If you are looking for newer technology and are interested in Binaural Fusion then you may want to look at the Bolero Q 90 or Virto Q 90. Find out all the latest information and view the complete range from Phonak Nano Hearing Aids range here.