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Review of the Kirkland Signature 9.0 Hearing Aids from Costco

Earlier this month, Costco released the latest version of the company’s Kirkland Signature branded hearing aids in stores across the United States. The new Kirkland Signature 9.0 (KS 9) is, for the first time, being produced by Sonova, the parent company of the popular Phonak hearing aid brand.

The new Kirkland aids are a unique product made specifically for Costco that are “powered by Sonova technology”. The new KS 9 devices are said to be built on the Made for All (MFA) chipset platform, allowing for universal direct connectivity to Bluetooth devices.

 

What’s Different About the Kirkland Signature 9 Hearing Aids?

 

There is always a lot of consumer confusion when it comes to the Costco Kirkland Signature hearing aids. 

  • Does it have similar features to the manufacturer’s name brand counterpart (like the popular Phonak Marvel)? 
  • What types of features are left out of the Signature brand? 

For an in depth look at what makes the of the Costco Kirkland Signature 9.0 hearing aid from Sonova different, check out the latest review from Dr. Cliff Olson:

 

Clifford Olson is a Doctor of Audiology and Founder of Applied Hearing Solutions in Anthem, Arizona.  He served as a Marine Corps Scout Sniper during his time in the military which introduced him to the profession of Audiology.  He also posts informational videos on his YouTube Channel – DrCliffAuD – to educate consumers on hearing healthcare.

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2 Comments

  1. I can’t believe that Costco and Phonak would eliminate the telecoil from the the KS 9.0 hearing aid. There is a major movement in the US for induction looping at many public venues . Induction loops deliver sound to hearing aids with T-coils that is unbelievably clear and crisp. As a person with profound hearing loss I have found induction looping to be the only answer to my hearing loss in public venues. What was Costco and Phonak thinking? The elimination of the t-coil makes absolutely no senses at all. When do they plan to correct this major mistake.

    1. I hope you get a answer as replacing my hearing aids and saw your comment. I can see my hearing is ok but cannot still hear speech so out to spend more money and get something better so I can join in a conversation. Will be following your post and thx u for this knowledge

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