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Which Are The Best Hearing Aids To Buy?

It's appropriately and suitably right to seek out the best. The best customer service, the best coffee shops, and of course the best hearing aids to buy.

Let us guide you through the hearing aids we supply and highlight their best features and how they will benefit you.

How Can I Find The 'Best' Hearing Aids?

Now technology is more advanced, there are plenty of hearing aids on the market. Many of the manufacturers say the same thing but use different labels – all claiming that theirs are the ‘best’. The marketing hype can get confusing. Luckily, your decision can be simplified if you take into account some important factors when choosing the right device for you.

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At Hearing Direct, our hearing aids won't set you back thousands, nor do you need consultation. You can buy hearing aids directly online and have them shipped directly to your front door. Quite simply, we have removed the heavy costs associated with digital hearing aids and passed those savings on to you as well feel all should have the right to the ultimate hearing experience.

You can start browsing our hearings aids straightaway. 

Which Is The Best Hearing Aid For Me?

You must make sure your hearing aids answers to your individual needs.

When it comes to selecting a hearing aid, there isn’t one standard product that suits all. Your choice needs to be based upon your specific requirements. Make sure you take into account the following key points and it should be a lot easier to make the right decision.

It may not be about finding the best hearing aid in the market, but finding the best hearing aid for you.

How Severe Is Your Hearing Loss?

Those with a mild to moderate hearing loss may find an open fitting hearing aid more comfortable than an in-the-ear option. There are certainly plenty of styles to choose from if you fall into this category. If you have a severe hearing loss, then you should only consider purchasing a hearing device that offers plenty of amplification to meet your needs. It needs to be powerful, offering significant volume to counter the severity of the impairment.

Hearing aids are a popular way for managing sensorineural hearing loss or the permanent impact from Meniere's Disease.

Are You Restricted By Budget?

Hearing aids range in price, from the very basic to the all singing and dancing versions that come with a price tag to match. By working out your budget, you’ll automatically reduce your choice of device.

At Hearing Direct, you will find a collection of affordable hearing aids without any compromises on quality.

How Does It Look?

For some people, wearing a hearing aid that is clearly visible isn’t an issue. They don’t care what it looks like as long as it does the job and is comfortable to wear. There are many others who feel rather differently. Cosmetically their device needs to be invisible when worn. Thanks to recent advances in technological design, there are many more styles now available, other than the in-the-ear hearing aids (ITE). These include small behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids with thin tubing. The receiver-in-canal (RIC) style is also worth a closer look.

Browse our selection of invisible hearing aids, which are so lightweight and small, you'll even forget you are wearing one.

How Much Maintenance Are You Willing To Do?

When it comes to looking after your hearing aid, there are some that require more maintenance than others.

In-the-ear products are likely to need extra attention compared to a behind-the-ear device. Proximity to the ear canal, means moisture and wax deposits are likely to build up, hence the need for more cleaning. This factor is particularly important if you’ve got dexterity issues, as the process can be fiddly.

To keep your hearing aids in top working order, hearing aid accessories can help maintain its functionality so you can continue to enjoy the sounds you love should any parts begin to underperform.

How Much Technology Do You Need?

Some hearing aids are packed full of the latest wireless technology. They can connect up directly or indirectly to other listening devices within your home, including mobile phones, TV’s, MP3’s and computers. Ask yourself – do you think you’ll use this facility? Will it make a difference to your hearing experience? For those who say yes, you now know this is a feature you want to look out for when choosing your hearing aid. If the answer is no, you don’t think wireless connectivity is something you’ll use, save a bit of money.

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You can still enjoy a good listening experience from the more basic models available. The HD 90 and HD 150 Digital Hearing Aid are our entry-level devices providing an efficient and uncomplicated way to enhance your listening experiences.

Which Listening Environments Do You Struggle With The Most?

When you go about your daily life, there may be certain scenarios where you’re more likely to struggle to hear what’s being said. Perhaps you can’t follow a conversation in a crowded room or engage on the phone. You may need to turn the TV up if you want to follow your favourite drama, making it uncomfortable for those around you. If any of these things happen, there will be a hearing aid out there to help combat the problem.

Alternatively, TV headphones and wireless TV listeners can help you enjoy the shows you love, and an amplified phone can gift the clarity you need so you don't miss out on crucial conversations.

You Only Have To Ask…

Sometimes it’s a case of simply discussing your needs with a trained expert on the subject. We have a qualified team on standby to help. They can assist you in narrowing down your options and point you in the right direction as to what would suit you and your lifestyle best.

For more information, feel free to contact our expert team via email, phone or live chat.

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