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    Battery life

    How do you remove batteries (and place new ones)? Because I always remove batteries with my fingers, but I just found in user's manual that one should do this by using magnet in coil (to avoid touching batteries contacts)...
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    Battery life

    After using some Rayovac Implant Pro + batteries I think they last a bit longer than Power One but it's not a much difference. Anyway I have another question, because with Power One my processor made few beeps (I think it sounds like this, because for me it's only noise ) when batteries were dying. After that, red light goes in. With Rayovac Implant Pro + batteries beeping goes on and on before red led. Oh... ok, now it stopped. But really, it lasted for I don't know, 10 minutes? So as you can see, Rayovac last longer...
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    Battery life

    Thank you for your advices. My first Power One batteries lasted for, approximately, somewhere between 30-40 hours (more like ~40 I think)*, so I will check Rayovac and see how much more I can get... * since Monday till Wednesday, used daily for about 10-12, maybe 14 hours.
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    Battery life

    Hey, I want to buy my first battery pack because I got only 12 batteries in my set (power one implant plus p675). Hadron, I read your review and it seems that zinc-Air batteries last longer. So do you think I should get zinc-air batteries instead of silver-oxide[* Edit]? I read this article: http://www.medel.com/blog/batteries-use-cochlear-implant/ and they are saying too that zinc-air batteries can last longer, but it's hard for me to say anything basing on my own experience since I'm still on my first two batteries (since monday 12 October)... In my shop I found these batteries advertised
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