The Jabra Enhance Plus fills that need—but only for iOS users—if you’ve ever wished that your true wireless earbuds could be adjusted to compensate for hearing loss and occasionally improve your hearing.
One of the first hearing aids with the intention of adhering to FDA over-the-counter regulations was the Jabra Enhance Plus set. Jabra Enhance Plus earbuds like design might be appealing to people who dislike hearing aids that look like hearing aids. The high-quality built-in microphones make you sound great to your callers, just like with a good pair of earbuds, and because the set is IP52 rated for dust and water resistance, it can withstand some light rain or sweat. For earbuds, the 10-hour battery life per charge is excellent, but it might not be enough for hearing aids. You have 45 days to decide whether or not to use this set before purchasing it thanks to Jabra’s 45-day refund policy.