Enhance Plus from Jabra is a new pair of TWS headphones designed for people with "mild to moderate" hearing loss. They are intended as a half-step to a more traditional hearing aid for people who may not be ready to wear such a device all day. Enhance Plus will be available in the U.S. later this year and will be sold through licensed hearing care professionals at a price yet to be announced.
Enhance Plus are designed to be discreet due to their small size. But despite this, they also provide decent battery life - 10 hours on their own or 30 hours when used with a charging case. They use beam shaping to isolate sounds and amplify what you're listening to, as well as noise reduction and feedback suppression features to eliminate unwanted background noise. There is also an accompanying mobile app for customizing The Enhance Plus settings.
Because they are shaped like real wireless headphones, The Enhance Plus can be used as regular headphones to listen to music or make calls from a paired smartphone. They are IP52 dust and water resistant and will be sold in grey and beige.