The concept behind HearingDirect.com is simple: we feel the improvement in quality of life hearing aids bring should be available to all at affordable prices. Until now, the average price of a privately purchased hearing aid has been approximately £1,100. At HearingDirect.com you'll find similar high quality digital hearing aids 90% cheaper!
The team behind HearingDirect.com have worked in the hearing aid manufacturing industry for years and know the true value of these micro-engineered digital devices - we have simply removed many of the associated costs with buying a hearing aid privately and passed those savings directly on to you. Our hearing aid range starts at just £99 and includes a wide selection of affordable and discreet aids, from ITE (In the Ear) to BTE (Behind The Ear) aids. We also provide some impartial guides to help you in your choices such as Buying Hearing Aids and Hearing Aid Types. We also offer an extensive range of specialist hearing impaired mobile phones, alarm clocks, alerting devices and associated accessories along with a broad selection of tinnitus relief products.
Every item we feature on the site comes with a no hassle 30 day money back guarantee, complete 12 months manufacturer warranty and all our hearing aids come with a free packet of batteries. Please feel free to call, email or chat with us live should you have any questions about any of our products or services. Thanks for visiting HearingDirect.com.
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