Oticon Agil Hearing Aids | Models, Reviews, Prices, and More

Oticon Agil Hearing Aids

Models, Reviews, Prices, and More

64% score based on 26 reviews

About Oticon Agil

The Oticon Agil is a family of hearing aids that includes at least 8 unique models and 2 unique technology levels . Models include the Agil miniRITE, the Agil RITE, the Agil miniBTE, the Agil BTE, the Agil CIC/MIC, the Agil ITC, the Agil HS, and the Agil LP/FS. Technology levels include the Agil Pro and the Agil .

Oticon Agil Models

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Oticon Agil miniRITE

11 reviews

Release Date: 15 March 2010

The Oticon Agil miniRITE has a push button, an ingress protection rating of IP57, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating: IP57

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Oticon Agil RITE

6 reviews

Release Date: 15 March 2010

The Oticon Agil RITE has a telecoil, a push button, an ingress protection rating of IP57, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating: IP57

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Oticon Agil miniBTE

0 reviews

Release Date: 15 March 2010

The Oticon Agil miniBTE has a push button, an ingress protection rating of IP57, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating: IP57

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Oticon Agil BTE

5 reviews

Release Date: 15 March 2010

The Oticon Agil BTE has a telecoil, a push button, an ingress protection rating of IP57, and uses size 13 hearing aid batteries.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating: IP57

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Oticon Agil CIC/MIC

2 reviews

Release Date: 15 March 2010

The Oticon Agil CIC/MIC has a push button and uses size 10 hearing aid batteries.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating:

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Oticon Agil ITC

0 reviews

Release Date: 15 March 2010

The Oticon Agil ITC has a dedicated volume control, a push button, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating:

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Oticon Agil HS

2 reviews

Release Date: 15 March 2010

The Oticon Agil HS has a telecoil, a dedicated volume control, a push button, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating:

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Oticon Agil LP/FS

0 reviews

Release Date: 15 March 2010

The Oticon Agil LP/FS has a telecoil, a dedicated volume control, a push button, and uses size 312 hearing aid batteries.

  • Telecoil:
  • Push Button:
  • IP Rating:

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Oticon Agil Model Comparison

Oticon Agil miniRITE Oticon Agil RITE Oticon Agil miniBTE Oticon Agil BTE Oticon Agil CIC/MIC Oticon Agil ITC Oticon Agil HS Oticon Agil LP/FS
Rating
64%

11 reviews

59%

6 reviews

0%

0 reviews

71%

5 reviews

71%

2 reviews

0%

0 reviews

58%

2 reviews

0%

0 reviews

Disposable Batteries Battery Size
312
Battery Size
312
Battery Size
312
Battery Size
13
Battery Size
10
Battery Size
312
Battery Size
312
Battery Size
312
IP Rating (Liquid) 7 7 7 7
IP Rating (Solid) 5 5 5 5
Push Button
Telecoil
Volume Control

Model details listed above may be incomplete or inaccurate. For full specifications please refer to product specifications published by the original equipment manufacturer. To suggest a correction to the details listed, please email info@hearingtracker.com.

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Oticon Agil Technology Level Comparison

Oticon Agil Oticon Agil Pro
Price $ $$
Rating
61%

5 reviews

65%

21 reviews

Directionality
Unavailable for CIC/MIC
Adjustment Synchronization
Unavailable for CIC/MIC

Technology specifications listed above may be incomplete or inaccurate. For full specifications please refer to product specifications published by the original equipment manufacturer. To suggest a correction to the details listed, please email info@hearingtracker.com.

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Oticon Agil Reviews

Hearing aid reviews are fundamentally different from reviews for most other consumer electronic products. The reason is because individual factors, like degree of hearing loss, have a profound effect one's success and overall satisfaction with the product. When purchasing a hearing aid, you'll need to consider more than just your hearing outcome. Hearing aids are manufactured with varying levels of quality; some hearing aids are extremely durable, while others suffer frequent breakage. Battery life also varies between models, and manufacturer predictions of battery life are often optimistic. By collecting feedback from consumers, we can get a better idea of real world product durability and battery life... Continue reading

Overall Ratings

Hearing Tracker uses a ten-question survey to assess consumer feedback on hearing aids. The percentage bars below reflect the average ratings provided per question, averaged across all hearing aids belonging to this family of devices.
Note: Original answers provided in star rating format.

Benefit in Quiet
Benefit in Noise
Benefit on the Phone
Clear and Natural
Music Improvement
Physical Comfort
Reliability
Feedback
Hearing Improvement
Value
Member 14 August 2018

I have had these Oticon Agils since 2009. Hoping to get a pair of Oticon Opns from the VA in 2018

Member 14 August 2018

I've been very pleased with Oticon hearing aids. Very little problems with them.

Member 14 August 2018

My Oticon Agil Pros were top of the line 8 years ago, but I'm looking to replace them with newer aids that can offer improved speech comprehension and iPhone compatibility.

Jan S. 14 August 2018

without hearing aids I'm not able to have any meaningful conversation, and with the aids I an function normally, so they are really a very big improvement

Member 14 August 2018

Slight improvement of speech, big improvement feeling part of environment, hear birds etc.

Member 14 August 2018

My first HA, received them in 2012. Used open domes for 3 years then went to molds in 2016 to reduce feedback. Sounds were very unnatural, causing confusion at times, useless in noisy situations.

Member 14 August 2018

I have hearing aids in both ears since about 15 years for 12 to 14 hours a day. Without hearing aids I cant't hear anything at all. For watching TV I have to use hearing aids and headphones. In normal situations, together with some family members at home i can understand quite well, in noisy environment with many talking people conversation is imposssible.

Member 14 August 2018

These aids were the best (and most expensive) that Oticon made at the time I purchased them many years ago, however they are still going really well stop despite no longer being the latest and greatest.

Jonathan K. 14 August 2018

Looking to upgrade. Had to have the HA repaired both in and out of warranty. Overall the Agil Pro are adequate but not the best in noisy situations or when multiple conversations are going on. Lately been having difficulty at movie theaters with the dialog. I suffer from moderate hearing loss and tinnitus and tried out the OPN 1 earlier this year but found that my insurance no longer covered HA. Very pleased with the OPN 1 but at $6500 a little pricey with no insurance.

Steve B. 14 August 2018

Had them for 6 years. Have tinnitus in both ears. Have Meniere's disease focused on right ear. Eustachian tubes blocked frequently, reducing hearing. I would love to be able to program my aids myself, but fear to be unable to learn how. Have Genie software on PC, but no way to connect the Agil Pros. Also believe that new aids for $6,000 plus would not "pay for themselves." Wish that I was wrong in preceding assumptions. Audi's in past all seemed to want to to nothing but sell additional equipment, not refine HA programming. This has me reluctant to pay their high price for their HAs and promises. Also HA marketing has not changed in past 6 years. Still making same claims the the Agil Pros were not able to deliver.

Member 14 August 2018

I didn't realize how much I was missing until I got my aids

Member 03 March 2017

My Oticon Agil Pro BTE was purchased about 5 years ago. In that time I have experienced good to excellent results in most hearing environments. My choices of hearing aids is somewhat limited by the severity of my hearing loss. The inclusion of the Oticon Streamer and the Oticon TV Sound Transmitter were invaluable investments. So much so that an upgraded Streamer was purchased about 6 months ago. I am extremely fortunate to have health insurance that pays 80% of the cost thus making the Oticon affordable. My audiologist has been most helpful in keeping the aids working throughout the time I've had them. The audiologist is preferred by myself above all but one of the 6 or 8 that I have had association with.

Member 08 March 2016

on-device buttons have failed on both aids intermittent short in one ear - after 5 years.

G K. 24 June 2015

The Agil Pro MiniRITE is a huge step up from the Resound BTEs that I had before. It has improved speech and noise processing to allow recognition of conversations. It also has a smaller form factor and has matching colors with the hair to allow inconspicuous usage. It also uses a new 312 battery type and still has the same battery life of 2-5 days. It comes with a Streamer that can be used with phones and laptops with Bluetooth, but the sound is monaural and not stereo. All in all, this is a great hearing aid for the sound quality.

Member 07 October 2014

I find on many occasions that I don't need the hearing aids. When I'm in noisy situations, like a dinner party, it makes a difference, but not in too noisy of an environment. My hearing aids were provided by the VA and I use the streamer to adjust the hearing aids and receive telephone calls. I find the streamer helpful.

Member 07 October 2014

The part I like best about these aids is the fact that the background noise is in the background where it should be. Voices are closer to my ears and more understandable since that the sound I want to hear the most. Noisy surroundings are much quieter, and sometimes the normal friends talk about how noisy the situation is, but I am comfortable. How, I wish I had these aids while I was working in the classroom setting and raising a family. Isn't technology great!

Member 07 October 2014

Function pretty well with some problems with feedback in car and with phone. Sent for repair twice and issue fixed.

Greg B. 07 October 2014

I like my Oticon Agils quite a bit. They are a big improvement over my old Oticon Deltas. My main reason for upgrading was for connectivity to cell phones and my home and work phone. The bluetooth connections work with varying success, depending on the phone. I have one cell phone that connects 90% of the time. Another cell phone (a new Windows Nokia Phone) that has successfully connected with my Oticon Streamer Pro exactly once. I have very good luck with the streamer and my work/desk phone using an old Plantronics 500A box. I have had mixed results with the Streamer and the Connect Line phone connect box for my home phone. I have found the streamer to be really helpful to adjust volume when in meetings - allowing me to quickly turn the volume up and down, based on the location and volume of the person speaking. I have mixed success connecting the Streamer to an FM receiver in conference settings. I found that it is better to connect an FM receiver to a neck loop or ear hooks.

Member 07 October 2014

While I had some initial issues with the programming, once that was figured out, I have been pretty happy with these aids. The Oticon rep was at my audiologist's office on one of my visits, and he felt like I was getting the maximum benefit from the instruments based on the degree of my loss.

Member 07 October 2014

hearing aids generally good. wind noise is very bad. hearing in noise is poor. telecoil works very well.

Member 07 October 2014

Great hearing aids generally, main pros are bluetooth phone capabilities and moisture resistance. The only would be their lack of performance in a noisy setting.

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Member 22 July 2017
Where can I get my Agil Pro Serial # 16386310 serviced in the St Louis Mo area?
Member 27 February 2018
How different are all these various models? Just lost my right ear Ino Pro, and looking to find a used replacement. They were synchronized. Can a different but similar model synchronize? My ears aren't symmetric in their hearing loss, so I don't see that exactly matched hearing aids are a necessity otherwise.
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