My friend Ruth gave me a dry and store, some time ago, that she did not need as she had an electrical version that does the job. It was greatly received, along with a puffer, which originally I was going to put in my locker at work as a spare to use there, but I thought it was so much better than the one I had, that I decided to keep it at home, and use my old one instead for work.
The dry and store I have is the Phonak C&C Line Drying Beaker and I have to use Phonak C&C Line Drying Capsules with it.
In all the years I have worn hearing aids, this is the first time I have used a dry and store. I am well aware the importance of looking after my hearing aids, and I have read one or two blog's over the years that have talked about how they look after their hearing aids, and use a dry and store, and recommend them. But I never got round to it till now. So I cannot comment about them myself personally being early days of using one.
I was given the beaker and capsule's before I got my Phonak hearing aids, and from day one of me having my Phonak Nathos hearing aids, I have been using the dry and store beaker. Its easy to use, once I was given the guidance from my friend how I go about it.
The beaker doesn't take much room on my drawers, where I will leave my hearing aids overnight in it, when I have cleaned them and removed batteries beforehand. And I will still continue using this way of storing my hearing aids, and so I will be getting more capsule's in ready, when I come back off my holidays, along with another order I will be placing at the same time.
If you are after a dry and store for your hearing aids, then Connevans do a range, which are one of many places you can get them from, to help you care for your hearing aids.