Sometimes losing something important to you turns out to be surprisingly “wonderful.” Just take it from Dwight J. in Colorado, U.S.
After a day of hiking, Dwight noticed he could not hear as well as he was used to. He reached up and discovered his BP100 Sound Processor was gone. He looked everywhere for it, but he realised he must have lost it while out on the hike.
Dwight acted quickly and called Cochlear to get a replacement. To his surprise, the representative told him Cochlear no longer offered the BP100. They introduced Dwight to the Baha 5 Sound Processor, and he knew he wanted an upgrade.
“It’s wonderful,” Dwight said after upgrading.
He said he especially likes being able to connect to his sound processor with Bluetooth, stream phone calls and stream radio directly to his sound processor while out on a walk.
Dwight also said he carries his Cochlear Wireless Mini Microphone with him wherever he goes. “I put it on whoever I’m talking to, if I’m in a loud situation, so that I’m able to hear them,” he said.
When it comes to continuing his journey as a part of the Baha family, Dwight seems thrilled.
“Cochlear culture oozes with a four-letter word: care,” he said. “They care about people.”