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This is exactly where I got my Pros-Aide prosthetic glue idea, with the magnet glued to the hairless area behind the ear! No direct attachment to the bone, but then again that's part of the appeal. No pain or surgery (unless you run out of Pros-Aide remover and attempt to rip it off). The issue I had with the Baha was that…in Tragus Implants Comment by CodeRedBerryBomb November 2019
@Satur9 Yeah, Pros-Aide is pretty cool stuff. Make sure to get some of the removal liquid too, otherwise it can and will rip layers of skin off. It's strong. I've not seen any data on exactly how long it will last though, it will come off eventually due to the replacement of skin cells. Could be anywhere from a few days to…
@trroyyc The Adhear's location and method of attachment is actually what got me thinking about it haha! I've already bought some plain gold-coated magnets, I'm gonna test it with just taping it behind my ear first (as Pros-Aide requires some pretty gnarly removal liquid, it's safe it just would suck if it didnt work at all…
I love this idea. I'm interested in trying a non-surgical version of this, by placing a disk magnet on the hairless area behind the ear and using Pros-Aide (a somewhat permanent skin adhesive) to keep it there. This would actually be bone conduction, but I have no idea how well it would work.