Neutronic Ear Review

If you are considering purchasing one of these Neutronic Ear hearing devices, here are a few interesting you should read first about Neutronic Ear (formerly called Crystal Ear)”:

Read the Warning Letter from the FDA about the Crystal Ear (aka. Neutronic Ear) FDA findings on how their manufacturing of the product does not comply with FDA Quality Systems regulations and other infractions.

Read the Better Business Bureau review of Neutronic Ear. At the time of this post, here are the complaints to the BBB about this company in the last 6 months:

  • Failure to honor refund, exchange or credit policies
  • Advertisement did not disclose all conditions required to take advantage of an offer.
  • Sales presentation did not disclose key conditions of the offer.
  • Failure to honor refund, exchange or credit policies.
  • Failure to honor money-back guarantees.
  • Failure to honor promised refunds, exchanges, or credit.
  • Product Quality Complaint Issue.

Here are two posts from doctors that say the Neutronic Ear is just a sound amplification device: Neutronic Ear – Dr. Hasan and Neutronic Ear – Dr. Thomas.

If you are interested in an affordable hearing aid that works, read my post about the MD Hearing Aid.

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2 Responses to Neutronic Ear Review

  1. July says:

    It’s amazing how technology has changed the way we live. Since the end of the Second World War, more products have been invented than in all of recorded history. After WWII came the invention of the microwave oven, the pocket calculator, and the first wearable hearing aid. While the first two have gotten smaller and more affordable, hearing aids haven’t changed much.

  2. Harold Wayne Luquer, Sr says:

    NeutronicEar did not honor the refund if it does not work. We spent numerous hours on the phone waiting to talk with representative. The devices were so tiny that I broke the little door that holds the battery at the very beginning. They did repair and return to me. However, when I tried to wear the devices they roared and buzzed loudly, changing battery did not good. We returned them, but they would not refund due to the breaking of the battery door. They stated now where in the contract that you were responsible if they were in any way damaged. But they did hold this over me as a reason not to refund. My wife took me to an ENT and he found that my ear canals were filled with wax. After clearing my ears the found that I did not need a hearing device. My hearing was clear. My advice to anyone is to go to an ENT before investing in any type device other than one medically approved by a professional. I am 87 years old but these people had not compassion at all. They had my $1400 and that was all that mattered to them. Please stay away from these gadgets. They may be less expensive that medically approved hearing aids, but you get what you pay for. Don’t waste your money.

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