Contains a heart rate sensor and can track health data when paired with myPhonak app
Phonak Audéo Fit™
Introducing Audéo Fit
Audéo Fit hearing aids promote healthy habits and create a greater sense of well-being for clients through health data tracking.* All this while delivering unrivaled** sound quality1 and universal connectivity of Paradise.
Key benefits of Audéo Fit:
- Tracks heart rate, steps and activity levels
- myPhonak app enables health empowerment at your fingertips*
- Crisp natural sound2
- Brilliant speech understanding 1,3,4
- Connects to smartphones, TV, Roger and more
- Tap Control for easy access to Bluetooth® functionalities
- Multiple Bluetooth® connections
Go beyond hearing improvement
To increase your clients’ sense of well-being, Audéo Fit hearing aids deliver the integral ability to track steps and activity levels.
Empower your clients beyond hearing improvement. Audéo Fit enables them to track their physical activities without additional devices.
Benefits of health data tracking*
When paired with the myPhonak app, Audéo Fit tracks heart rate throughout the day using a heart rate sensor*. Lower resting heart rate is linked to better health over the long-term.5
In fact, health data tracking empowers your clients to unleash healthier versions of themselves.6
Audéo Fit can provide valuable insights for your client so they can make lifestyle choices that positively impact their daily health. Tracking physical activity can motivate your clients to engage more with their health.6
*In order to access health data, it is necessary to create an account within myPhonak app.
**Compared to Phonak Audéo Marvel
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