The Phonak Virto M is a family of hearing aids that includes at least 2 unique models and 4 unique technology levels. Models include the Virto M M-Titanium and the Virto M M-312. Technology levels include the Virto M M30, the Virto M M50, the Virto M M70, and the Virto M M90.
Phonak Virto M Videos
Phonak Virto M Video
Phonak Virto Marvel & Virto Black Hearing Aid Review
28 January 2020
Phonak Virto Marvel & Virto Black Hearing Aid Review | Hearing Aids Reviews. Dr. Cliff Olson, Audiologist and founder of Applied Hearing Solutions...
Phonak Virto M Video
Customized hearing with style | Phonak VirtoTM Marvel
13 April 2020
Recently retired, Terry loves spending time woodworking, tackling his wife’s to-do list and walking in the woods. What convinced Terry to start...
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About Average Retail Prices
When a local clinic creates a deal for a pair of hearing aids on Hearing Tracker, we ask them to provide their typical retail price for in addition to their offer price. In order to create an average retail price, we take the average of these advertiser-inputted retail prices (across all local clinics throughout the United States).
When viewing average retail prices, or percent-off figures, we recommend you keep a couple things in mind. First, retail prices vary regionally. So, average retail prices shown may be higher or lower than what is realistic in your region. Second, retail prices stated by local clinics are the prices that would normally be charged for a pair of hearing aids with a standard service and warranty package. So, when looking at percent-off figures, keep in mind that the baseline retail average for these figures may be a set of prices that offer more (or less) than what is being offered in a given deal.