Overview of Rexton
The Rexton hearing aid brand has been in business since 1955. Rexton is one of several companies owned and operated by WS Audiology, which has locations in Singapore and Denmark. Other WS Audiology hearing aid brands include Widex, Signia, and HearUSA.
Rexton offers three lines of hearing aids:
Each line includes a variety of hearing aid styles that are appropriate for mild to profound hearing loss.
Rexton hearing aids are only available for purchase through a hearing professional, such as an audiologist. Some retailers sell specific Rexton hearing aid models through their hearing aid centers. You’ll need a current, up-to-date audiogram to purchase Rexton hearing aids.
Since Rexton’s hearing aids must be purchased in person from a specialist, the website lacks detail. Information, such as pricing, return policy, or warranty, is not available online. You’ll also have to work with an audiologist or hearing professional to determine which model best fits your type of hearing loss.
The AginginPlace.org team also doesn’t like that it’s hard to reach Rexton’s customer service. A U.S. telephone number is not listed online, and there is no online chat feature for you to submit your questions to customer service. You can submit an online form, but it’s unlikely you’ll receive a response in a timely manner. Our team’s request to interview a Rexton representative about the lack of customer support went unanswered.