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Hearing Direct Hearing Aids
We are one of the world's leading experts on hearing aids and we have a specially selected range of devices available. Our hearing aids are suitable for managing a mixed degree of hearing loss and are ideal for those with mild to moderate hearing impairments. Our Audiologist Joan has written “Mild Hearing Loss Explained” a guide to the different levels of hearing loss. Different types of hearing loss also need different treatment options, explained in our Guide to Different Types of Hearing Loss.
The hearing devices we dispense have been purposefully designed with price in mind and we offer an affordable alternative to purchasing hearing aids privately.
Shop online to browse the following types of hearing aid:
- In ear hearing aids such as the HD 91 and Signia Silk 1Nx
- Behind the ear aids including the HD 210 and Signia Motion 13 1Nx
- Invisible hearing aids such as the Signia Silk 3 Nx
- Rechargeable hearing aids such as the HDR 200 Rechargeable Digital Hearing Aid
Our range features a 12-month manufacturer warranty, free standard shipping, and you'll be fully covered by our 30-day money-back guarantee.
Benefits of Digital Hearing Aids
The reward for wearing hearing aids is priceless. Not only do they improve life quality, above all, but the ability to hear clearly again is also unparalleled. Hearing aids are small, lightweight, and fit comfortably in the canal or behind your ear. It's likely you'll forget you're even wearing one.
Some of the key benefits include:
- Enjoy the sounds you love.
- Improved clarity and amplification means you'll no longer miss conversations.
- Compatible with essential household items such as amplified phones.
- Updated technologies provide consistent and sustained sounds in mixed environments.
- Hearing aid style, shape, and design advancements make devices comfortable to wear.
- Many of our hearing aids come fully programmable to match test results and are ready to wear on arrival.
Depending on the severity of your impairment, specific devices may be more suitable for managing your hearing loss. The models available are designed for mild to moderate hearing loss and are programmable to match your needs.
Types of Hearing Aids Explained
We supply many types of hearing aids. Depending on your preference and the desired features, one model may be more appropriate than another. The types of instrument listed below are commonplace on the market:
- Behind the ear hearing aids (BTE)
- In the ear hearing aids (ITE)
- Receiver in the canal (RIC)
- In the canal (ITC)
- Completely in the canal (CIC)
- Body-worn devices
- Spectacle worn hearing aids
- Rechargeable hearing aids
For example, you may favour ITE hearing aids that fit in the ear canal which are less visible than a BTE device. Your choice is also likely to be down to personal preference and comfortability.
How to Buy Digital Hearing Aids Online
It is ever so easy to browse, order, and receive a device. Just navigate our online store to find the hearing aid you want to buy and add to basket just as you would on any other website. Watch our 90-second video guide to see exactly how simple and straightforward it is:
You don't need approval from a hearing care professional or a subscription from a GP. You order the device you want and have it delivered right to your door.
Test your Hearing
If you have any concern about your hearing, take our free online hearing test. Results will indicate whether or not you need to take further action.
Hearing devices are a popular way of managing sensorineural hearing loss, one of the most common types of permanent hearing impairments. Whilst the test will not be able to distinguish the direct cause, we recommend consulting a health care practitioner or audiologist for a professional diagnosis.
Whether you have a mild, moderate, or severe hearing loss, our hearing check can help identify which steps to take next.
Our blog is home to valuable resources including product reviews and informative guides to help you. For example:
- How do hearing aids work
- What to Expect when Wearing a Hearing Aid for the First Time
- Build your own Hearing Aid Maintenance Kit
- What's the Difference between Behind the Ear and In the Ear Hearing Aids
More than Hearing Aids
We supply invaluable products to benefit the hard of hearing. You can also order online:
- Hearing aid batteries in the popular sizes from leading brands
- Hearing aid accessories to complement or improve your device
- Amplified phones that boast extra loud ringer and voice volume
- Loud alarm clocks for the hard to wake and hard of hearing alike
If you have any questions regarding any of our hearing aids then please do get in touch and our specialist team will do their best to help.