Holiday HCR3 Sale! Save on the HCR3 Rechargeable Hearing Aid 70% off and $50 off!



With this limited-time holiday offer, our rechargeable HearClear HCR3 is incredibly affordable! Save over 70% + receive an extra $50 off with the coupon code below! 

With the HCR3, you'll enjoy the key elements of high-end hearing aids at a fraction of the cost. And thanks to the HCR3’s convenient charging cordyou won't need to constantly buy and replace tiny hearing aid batteries! 

Use coupon code HC50X to save an extra $50!



In addition to your pair of HearClear HCR3 hearing aids, your order will include a storage case, a USB charging cord, and a care kit absolutely free to you! We'll even include a 6-month limited warranty!

Your HearClear HCR3 comes with a Money-Back Guarantee and a 6-month limited warranty, in addition to these great benefits:

  • Incredibly convenient USB charging cable
  • Outstanding US-based customer service
  • No hearing test or doctor visit required
  • Noise reduction technology
  • Discreet design, even when you wear glasses
  • Helps most mild to moderate and high-frequency hearing losses
  • 4 program settings to suit a variety of sound environments
  • An easy-to-use volume control rocker

HearClear HCR3 prices are subject to change without notice. 

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 What Comes In The Box

  • 1 pair of HearClear HCR3 Rechargeable Hearing Aids
  • Storage Case
  • Manual
  • USB Charging Cable
  • Wall Adapter
  • Alcohol Wipe
  • Different Sized Domes
  • HC Thin Tube
  • Brush/Screwdriver

Technical Specifications

Peak OSPL90 (dB SPL) 130dB
HFA OSPL 90 (dB SPL) 121db
Peak Gain(dB) 48db
HFA full on Gain (dB) 37db
Total Harmonic Distort @ 500 Hz 3%
Total Harmonic Distort @ 800 Hz 3%
Total Harmonic Distort @ 1600 Hz 3%
EQ Input Noise (dB) 30

For mild to moderate hearing loss. Read instructions before use. As with all medical issues, please consult a physician prior to use or if you have any questions. Not suitable for use by anyone under age 18. Important Medical Information: Hearing loss can be a symptom of a more serious medical condition or the result of excessive wax build-up. A physician can treat these conditions. If you have not already done so, consult your doctor to rule out any of these medical concerns.