ConnectClip contains a Lithium Ion battery.
Yes, the battery can be replaced by your Oticon service provider.
It takes two hours to fully charge the ConnectClip battery.
Yes, you can leave ConnectClip to charge overnight.
The typical full charge capacity is 16 hours, with four hours streaming (e.g. two hours audio streaming and two hours phone use) and 12 hours standby, or 36 hours standby (turned on, no streaming).
Yes, using ConnectClip may decrease the battery life of your hearing aids - especially during audio streaming.
Yes, using ConnectClip (or any other Bluetooth device) with your mobile phone may decrease its battery life.
It depends on the device you are using to charge ConnectClip. We always recommend using the provided power supply for optimal charging.
Yes, you can plug the USB cable into a phone charger USB plug. However, we recommend using the provided power supply for optimal charging.
Yes, you can use any standard USB connection to charge ConnectClip. However, some computers will shut off the USB power when in idle mode. We always recommend using the provided power supply for optimal charging.
Yes, you can leave ConnectClip plugged in when it's not in use. However, we recommend unplugging it when it is fully charged and not in use.
We recommend recharging the device at least every three months when not in use, to avoid battery degradation.
No, the LED indicators do not fade. When the ConnectClip battery is low (about 30 minutes of remaining streaming time), the power indicator turns steady red, indicating you need to charge your ConnectClip.
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