Digital Hearing Aids
Where to start? It has been said that buying affordable hearing aids can be a bit of a confusing process, there are so many types of digital hearing aids and lots of different brands to choose from. You could be forgiven for wondering why on earth there are such differences in hearing aid prices between suppliers for what seems like the same or very similar products.
Why not let us help guide you through the maze, our website is full of useful information, our hearing aid prices are absolutely transparent and compare very well against anything else you will find on the internet or elsewhere.
If you need simple, straightforward, jargon free advice please just call us on FreePhone 0800 328 9628 or contact us with your details, we really do want to help…..but first play our helpful and informative video to the right and find out how we can help you hear better!
We offer some of the lowest hearing aid prices around
We have been known to save some of our clients over 50% like for like compared to some other hearing aid suppliers, if you are looking for cheap hearing aids the savings tend to be between 20-50%. Our network only supply the best quality BRANDED digital hearing aids from the worlds leading manufacturers. If you have been quoted elsewhere, we urge you to check our Hearing Aid Prices, we supply all these brands and more!
Invisible Hearing Aids
Digital hearing aids can be very discreet, but IIC (invisible in canal) hearing aids are the ultimate in invisible hearing aid technology. Invisible hearing aids sit very snugly and very deep in the ear canal, so deep they can barely be seen, if at all. We have a great selection of invisible hearing aids available, in fact we stock virtually every brand of invisible hearing aids available in the UK.
You can deal with a local, trusted business based in your area
We have a UK wide network of friendly, knowledgeable and professional local hearing aid audiologists available to help you every step of the way, every person involved in our network is fully qualified and registered with the Health Professions Council. We offer a no-strings 60 day satisfaction guarantee, we want you to be a happy customer!
All in our network are long term local businesses that have been addressing the needs of clients in your area for years, not months and have a real incentive to provide the very best aftercare. There are no remote and uncaring head offices for you to have to deal with at the other end of the country, just a locally based, friendly, professional and approachable service.
Hearing Aid Technology News
Phonak Hearing Aid News
- Phonak Audeo Q and Naida Q launched.
Phonak have launched two new products recently, the Audeo Q and Naida Q. They complement the Virto and Bolero Q products released by Phonak in November 2012 and all the Q products are based on the new Quest chip. The Phonak Audeo Q is a Receiver in Canal product (RIC) and the Naida Q is … Read More >
Oticon Hearing Aid News
- Oticon Intiga i launches in UK
The Oticon Intiga i has been released to market and ensures that Oticon can compete in the exciting area of miniature sub CIC instruments, the IIC (invisible in canal) hearing aid. The Oticon Initiga i is in direct competition with Phonak Nano, Siemens iMini, and Starkey SoundLens to provide an invisible, or near invisible solution … Read More >
ReSound Hearing Aid News
- GN ReSound Verso 5
Following on from the launch a few months back of the Verso 9 and 7, GN ReSound have released a mid range version of the Verso to market, the ReSound Verso 5. The Verso 5 has lots of the features available to the ReSound Verso range of hearing aids and is available a wide range … Read More >
Siemens Hearing Aid News
- Siemens Micon Range Launched in UK
Siemens Hearing Instruments have now released a new platform of hearing aids in the UK market called Micon. Promising major improvements over its predecessor, Xcel, the Micon range looks pretty good! Here is a breakdown of some of the major features of Micon Hearing Aid Technology; Acclimatisation manager – A part of miGuide that considers … Read More >
Starkey Hearing Aid News
- Starkey SoundLens Update
Starkey have decided to release a couple of new technology levels of the Starkey Soundlens IIC product. Previously only available at premium level, the Soundlens will now be available at three levels 110 (premium), 90 (advanced) and 70 (mid range). Starkey UK actually released these levels of technology a while back but everything but the … Read More >
Widex Hearing Aid News
- Widex Dream
Widex have released the new Dream range of hearing aids to the UK market, a brand new chipset called True ISP. Amongst the claims from Widex are that with the new architecture the way sounds are processed they seem richer, more detailed and more rounded. Widex have worked hard to allow more sound (and more … Read More >