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  • Hearing Aid Batteries Manufacturers

    I hope all and sundry enjoyed the festival atmosphere of the Royal Wedding and the fabulous weather combined with recent long weekends. We have been busy during the period with many customers electing to buy TV Listeners for the big day, as reported in the Daily Mail last week. We...
  • Hearing Aid Batteries Technology

    The keen eyes amongst our customers may have recently noticed that our range of hearing aid batteries has grown overnight. Brands such as Power One, Duracell and Panasonic are now available to order in addition to Rayovac. We thought it may be helpful to explain the hearing aid battery technology...
  • The Importance Of A Good Fit

    Bethan’s brief London tenure at The Ministry of Defence has drawn to a close. There are pros and cons to this. She wasn’t hugely inspired by the job so is very happy to be back working with soldiers again. For me as much as sharing my life with a maniacal...
  • How To Store Hearing Aid Batteries

    Whichever brand of hearing aid you use, and whichever type you find most suitable, it will require power to function. To ensure continued benefit from a working hearing aid, wearers often carry additional batteries just to be on the safe side. It is therefore important to follow a few simple...
  • Hearing Aid Batteries Colour Index

    Whether you have chosen to purchase your hearing aid from Hearing Direct, or from any other retailer, it will require a power source in the shape of a battery to provide the necessary functionality. Hearing aid batteries are manufactured by a number of leading suppliers from Rayovac to Energizer. so...
  • Loud Or LOUD

    ‘Speak up please…..ok, there’s no need to shout!’ If you have a relative or acquaintance with hearing loss, you may have heard those words before…or perhaps you’ve had to say them yourself? Most people understand ‘hearing loss’ to mean that more volume is required in order to hear. However it...
  • Invisible Hearing Aids - Part Three

    In my last post on the subject of the ‘Invisible Hearing Aid’ I talked about some of the drivers behind the desire to have an invisible hearing aid in the first place. They are mostly a reflection of one concern; that we don’t want people to know we have diminished...
  • Spectacle Hearing Aids Explained

    A fair number of people ask us whether we supply spectacle hearing aids; perhaps because Jamie Murray Wells, the founder of GlassesDirect, is also HearingDirect’s chairman. I guess it would seem like a neat link up between the companies! Whatever the reason for the contact, it is apparent that there...
  • Review Of Hard Of Hearing Amplified Aids

    Hearing loss is more common than many people think. Around 9 million UK residents are defined as hard of hearing (source: the RNID 2005 survey), and many are categorised as having mild to moderate hearing loss. Despite continuous research, most types of hearing loss are irreversible and can only be...
  • Invisible Hearing Aids - Part Two

    I have just finished reading a very interesting document prepared by an Independent Hearing Aid Dispenser in relation to a much wider issue but that, in part, touches on this current series of posts on ‘The Invisible Hearing Aid’. At the end of my last post I talked about the...

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