Widex are a privately owned hearing aid company based in Denmark. Their current and latest range of hearing aid technology is Widex Evoke. They are currently ranked in the top 6 of all hearing aid manufacturers and are constantly improving their technology. They were the last of the big hearing aid manufacturers to set up a UK base which is currently in Cheshire. Widex also have shares in Bloom Hearing.
In 2018, Widex introduced their latest and most advanced platform technology. It led to a number of new features as well as the creation of their brand new Evoke range of hearing aids.
First let’s take a look at the models that are currently available from Widex.
- BTE/Micro BTE (Behind The Ear)
- RIC (Receiver In Canal)
- ITE (In The Ear)
- CIC (Completely In Canal)
The Evoke is currently the most advanced hearing aids available from Widex. They are available in 4 technology levels, Evoke 440, Evoke 330, Evoke 220 and Evoke 110 and a ‘Made for iPhone’ version called Fusion II. Available in a number of styles and colours to suit every taste and requirement. They have directly replaced the previous Unique range of hearing aids.
The Evoke range features one of the smallest ‘open fit’ hearing aids available known as the Evoke Passion and a power RIC known as the Evoke Fusion.
Widex have developed a range of accessories known as the DEX range which are compatible with any of Widex’s wireless hearing aid models. This allows you to connect with devices such as your TV, Music player or phone. If you would like more information about Widex’s full range of wireless accessories then click here.
If you are interested in a particular model of Widex hearing aid, just hover your mouse over the ‘Brands’ tab above and you will see the whole current range to choose from. Just select your choice from there!