Siemens Motion XCel 501 SX/P
The Motion XCel 501 is Siemens' middle range behind-the-ear power aid, incorporating their next generation of BestSound Technology. Featuring 12 channels, the Motion is an all digital hearing instrument that is available in 2 power levels, and can be worn with traditional earmolds or open fit domes.
FREE Recharger ($200 value) and ProPocket Remote ($150 value) when you purchase of a pair of aids (limit 1 free offer per customer)
FREE Programming - simply email or fax us your audiogram, and our Siemens trained and licensed professionals will program your new aids to your specifications.
Full 3 year Siemens Warranty & 3 year Loss/Damage Coverage
You choose your power model - the compact SX or rechargeable high power P, and your configuration, Earhook or Lifetube
Designed to be as small and light as possible, the Motion is ergonomically shaped so it sits comfortably behind your ear. And, with the latest Siemens "BestSound" Technology, Motion automatically focuses on the sounds you want to hear, speech, music, conversations - all without you lifting a finger. Available in your choice of two power levels, SX or P, Motion is powerful enough to accommodate a wide range of hearing losses. Motion comes with a traditional "earhook" which requires you to attach your custom made earmold (NOT included, and available separately at your local hearing care professional) or it can be ordered as an open-fit hearing aid with the available "Lifetube" attachment (a no-cost option). Your hearing aid professional can help you decide which configuration is best for you.
Disclaimer: Siemens advises all potential hearing aid candidates to seek the advice of their hearing professional before purchasing this, or any other hearing instrument. Siemens also recommends all hearing aid users seek professional, one-on-one service to obtain maximum benefits from their hearing instruments.
Harry M., January 29, 2012
"What a great experience -- no hassle at all. Super fast service and the hearing aids work perfectly. I could not be more pleased with the whole experience."
Gerard M., January 22, 2012
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