I’m looking at the Dry & Store DryBoost UV as a method to dry my rechargeable HAs. They use a low heat (80 - 85 F / 26.5 to 29.5 C) to help dry, and a 6 hour drying cycle. It looks pretty new. Has anyone yet tried this, and if so what’s your experience with it?
I have Resound Quattro rechargeable, which they list as compatible with the dryer. I currently have/use the Flow Med Dry-Cap UV. It is only air with no heat and a short drying period (20 mins?). It does have a short UV cycle… I put just the hearing aids in there (since the charger doesn’t fit).
I’m thinking the low heat, and 6 hour drying time of the DryBoost UV will be more effective at ensuring HAs are dried properly.