Product of the Moment for #AudPeeps: Mirror-Go-Round

mirrorDon’t you wish you could show your patients how their new hearing instruments look in their ears without having to break out that huge mirror and positioning it just so in order for it to reflect to the other main mirror your patient is using to try to see their ear? Half the time they end up seeing the back of their head anyway. So annoying and yet so unnecessary! Just last week I attended a regional meeting where I had the opportunity to interact with about 400 audiologists and hearing instrument specialists. Hands-down, the undeniable product of the moment during last week’s meeting was the  Mirror-Go-Round.  If you dispense hearing instruments and/or program cochlear implants, this is a must-have-product for your clinic.

MGR94The Mirror-Go-Round is a four-panel expandable mirror specifically designed to enable visualization of your own ears, ear canals, sides and back of the head. Use the Mirror-Go-Round when teaching patients proper insertion of hearing instruments and/or to show how undetectable their thin tube has become after treated with Vanish. Better yet, offer it as an optional resale accessory for patients to take home with them! Let kids see how cool their Ear Gear  looks when they wear their hearing instruments. The Mirror-Go-Round folds up so it is both compact and portable. For about $10, this is one of those no-brainer things all #audpeeps should have on hand.

About AU Bankaitis

A.U. Bankaitis, PhD is a clinical Audiologist with extensive clinical, research, and business experience within the hearing industry. Dr. Bankaitis created this blog to educate her colleagues on viable product solutions for their patients and/or clinical practice.
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One Response to Product of the Moment for #AudPeeps: Mirror-Go-Round

  1. Jill Musser says:

    What a great idea! Getting a good view of one’s ear from any angle is not an easy thing – until NOW!

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