EarQ 4-Year Warranty

Purchasing hearing devices is an investment in your lifestyle, and this deserves the highest level of protection. The EarQ 4-Year Warranty continues the tradition of excellence patients have always been able to count on, with assurance that any EarQ device will be covered when it is in need of service.

Standard hearing aid warranties last just 1-3 years depending on the level of technology, but we cover any EarQ device for four full years, regardless of which level of technology is right for you.

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The EarQ 4-Year Warranty:

  • Is the longest coverage in the United States
  • Saves you time and money
  • Is accessible through over 1,400 EarQ provider locations nationwide
  • Allows you to feel confident with:
    • Four years of service and repairs
    • Four years of cleaning and adjustments

With the 4-Year Warranty, you never have to worry about turning down opportunities or fighting for your place in a conversation. You know your investment is secure with EarQ. Call us at 800-338-0705 or fill out the form for more information.

Coverage Effective Date

The EarQ 4-Year Warranty coverage begins on the date your hearing aids are delivered to you and lasts for four years.

Making a Claim

Contact your provider to make a claim. As long as your devices are within the four-year warranty period, your provider can clean and adjust your devices and/or send them back to the manufacturer for a repair.

Remember, your devices can be serviced at any EarQ provider. If you have moved or are traveling, you can access the benefits of your warranty at any of the 1,400+ EarQ locations nationwide.

Put Your Hearing to the Test

Sometimes, hearing loss happens so gradually that it can be difficult to notice at first. However, there are some common signs that indicate you may have hearing loss. Want some answers now? Take this short survey to determine if it's time for you to make a hearing appointment.

Take a 3-minute hearing test!

Read the following statements and select “yes” if they apply to you most of the time, “sometimes” if they apply once in a while, and “no” if they don't apply at all.

I have trouble hearing the other person on the phone.


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