Combining world’s first technological innovations and child-specific design to support children of all ages with severe to profound hearing loss.
Phonak Sky™ Link M
Share the moments of love
- Hearing performance
- Child-specific design
- Connectivity to Roger™ and Bluetooth®1
- Sky™ Link M and Sky CI™ M offer an intuitive indicator light which confirms the status of the hearing devices
Phonak and Advanced Bionics solutions across the hearing journey
Sky Link M can be fit prior to implantation to support children from the very beginning. Once paired with Sky CI M, the Advanced Bionics (AB) pediatric sound processor, it becomes a truly bimodal solution. The hearing aid and the sound processor work in an integrated way to optimize hearing performance in all situations.
Sky Link M and Sky CI M can be simultaneously programmed with Advanced Bionics Target CI fitting software and adjustments can be made to the Sky Link M through Target.
Love a first sound: Thanks to Marvel technology, Sky M provides everything that children with hearing loss need. Learn more about all models.
Packed with hearing performance
Connectivity to smartphones, Roger™ mics and more
Letting children enjoy the pleasures of childhood
- Sky Link M is water and dust resistant (IP68 rating)5
- Tamperproof earhook and battery door
- Sky Link M and Sky CI M offer an indicator light which is intuitive and clearly confirms the status of the hearing devices
- Kids can express their personalities through Sky Link M’s 3 pediatric colors and 7 earhook colors, and Sky CI M’s choice of 5 child-preferred colors.
Sky Marvel and Roger™
Sky Marvel is the world’s first pediatric hearing aid that can directly stream Roger without the need for attaching an external receiver.4 This unbeatable combination gives children easier access to more words and more conversations.6
Roger Select is a wireless microphone that offers excellent speech understanding in noise.
1 Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG
2 Wolfe, J. (2016). SoundRecover2 for Pediatrics: Audibility where it matters most. Phonak Field Study News, retrieved from www.phonakpro.com/evidence,accessed November 1st, 2020.
3 Rehmann, J., Jha, S., & Allegro Baumann, S. (2016). SoundRecover2 – the adaptive frequency compression algorithm. More audibility of high frequency sounds. Phonak Insight, retrieved from www.phonakpro.com/evidence, accessed November 1st 2020.
4 RogerDirect requires the installation of the Roger receivers into the hearing devices by a hearing care professional.
5 IP68 indicates that the hearing aid is water and dust resistant. It survived continuous immersion in 1 meter of fresh water for 60 minutes and 8 hours in a dust chamber as per the IEC60529 standard.
6 Benitez-Barrera, C..R, Angley G., & Tharpe, A.M. (2018). Remote microphone system use at home: Impact on caregiver talk. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, Vol. 61, 399-409. https://doi.org/10.1044/2017_JSLHR-H-17-0168