Affordable hearing aids do exist and you can find them at HearingDirect.com. We supply cheap hearing aids in the US, UK, Australia, and Europe.
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Where Can I Find Cheap Hearing Aids?
At Hearing Direct, that's where. Our hearing aids start from unbelievably low prices. We focus on cost, and we don't compromise on quality. Hearing Direct is the most convenient solution when purchasing a brand new, high-quality device, without having to spend thousands. The mere sight of an expensive price tag can stop people from buying a device almost indefinitely. The ability to hear should not be considered a luxury or privilege. Our cheap hearing aids offer the hard of hearing on a budget a very affordable option.
Hearing aid prices will vary based on style, type, design, technology, and brand. At HearingDirect you will find a high-quality range of affordable hearing aids with no compromise on performance. We have created our very own brand of hearing aids that have been specifically designed to help you save money. Our high-quality digital devices come packed with the latest features, matching many of the top hearing aid brands. We also have more basic models for an even more affordable alternative.
How much are Hearing Aids?
The average price of a privately purchased digital hearing aid could set you back thousands, but not at HearingDirect.com! We know that hearing aids can be expensive, so we have reduced many of the costs associated with hearing aids by introducing our own brand of affordable aids. We also keep costs low by not having any high street stores. But, our expert team under our qualified audiologist Joan are always here to help.
Before starting a search for a new device, it would be best to identify a budget and work from there. However, as expensive as some hearing aids may be, there are a number of affordable models, whose price will not have a substantial impact on your budget.
Advancements in technologies have led to an advancement in hearing instruments. Hearing aids are smaller and lighter than ever before, yet still deliver a proper listening experience with the aid of the latest features.
Hearing aids should not be considered a luxury, they are a need for millions of people across the world. When it comes to buying a hearing aid, the primary goal is to help you overcome daily difficulties, improve your lifestyle and whichever model you choose should be the right for you. Even better yet, cheap hearing aids do exist so you don’t have to break the bank to have a new device.
Our Selection of Affordable Hearing Aids
Online shops, such as ourselves specialize in offering affordable hearing aids. We offer you real value for money, skipping the substantial markup of mega-stores and premium retailers.
There are many types of hearing aids. They are split into several main categories including behind the ear, in the ear, body worn, implants and disposable aids. While some of these types are expensive due to their features, their level of technology or brand, we offer a wide choice of hearing impairment devices that you can purchase immediately and receive the next day without having to spend thousands.
Behind the ear models
One of the most popular and affordable hearing aid types are behind the ear models. They come in a compact and comfortable discreet form and vary in size and colour. One of the biggest advantages of behind the ear hearing aids is that they are suitable for all people with mild to moderate hearing loss. These hearing aids are reliable, need fewer repairs due to the protected electronics situated away from the ear canal, and have a long battery life.
At HearingDirect we supply many behind the ear models. The HD 211 Digital Hearing Aid is our most competitively priced and one of the smallest behind the ear devices with barely visible micro-tubing. The HD 211 is designed for ease of use and wearer comfort. It is programmable, has an open design with Hydro-guard and the added benefit of dynamic speech enhancement. It also features noise reduction technology and volume control.
Another popular behind the ear option is the HD 430 RIC Digital Hearing Aid. The HD 430 is a slimline, unobtrusive yet comfortable behind-the-ear hearing aid. The HD 430 RIC is not only an exceptionally small receiver-in-canal style device but is also packed full of the latest hearing technology. It's packed with clever features designed to enhance your listening experience. Almost invisible when worn, the HD 430 RIC allows you to get on with your daily life by providing a quality sound you can rely on.
Another popular type of widely available devices is in ear hearing aids. Many prefer them for their tiny size, discretion and almost invisible design. The beauty of our in-the-ear hearing aids is that once fitted, you can completely forget that you are wearing a device due to their light and small nature, leaving you free to enjoy life.
The HD 91 Digital Hearing Aid is our entry-level device. Designed to please those who value simplicity, it does so without compromising on sound quality. In a technical world that is growing increasingly complicated, it can be a relief to find a hearing aid that is easy to use.
One of our more premium, yet affordable hearing aids is the HD 250 Digital Hearing Aid. The HD 250 is packed full of all the best bits, without compromising on user-friendly design. As an in-the-ear device, it’s small, incredibly discreet and comfortable to wear. There’s no need to visit an audiologist for a fitting, as one size fits all. As for the price – it’s remarkably good, given the level of technology on offer. Why not check it out for yourself?.
For a discreet device, see our selection of invisible hearing aids.
How do you choose a Hearing Aid?
When selecting a new model and deciding on the cost of hearing aids, consider the following questions:
- How many features will I actually need?
- What type of hearing aid would I like?
- Which is the best option for my hearing loss?
- What options are there within my budget?
First, you need to know the basic functionalities a hearing aid should offer, as well as which are the most important features that will help you obtain maximum benefit. Regardless, there is a basic set of features you should look for in all hearing aids:
- Digital components to amplify and enhance sounds
- Telecoil settings for wider compatibility
- Background noise reduction
- Adjustable volume control
- Speech focus
The newest and most expensive hearing aids come with a variety of features and functions. Such devices are often packed with an excessive amount of programmes and adjustments. Some people may find these difficult to understand and implement without the help of a specialist. This level of functionality may not be necessary for your needs and is therefore a waste of money.
Hearing aids are a long-term investment as the average life of a hearing aid is around five years. So it’s best to get it right.
Where Can you Get Free Hearing Aids?
This is very much a matter of location. In the United Kingdom, the NHS offers an alternative to privately purchasing a high-quality device. Whilst there is some degree of waiting time and an appointment process to go through, the free cost is a great advantage. You may find the choice fairly limited in terms of style and functionality, but these hearing aids certainly offer a very economical alternative. On the other hand in the US, you may have to apply via foundations or charities to qualify for free hearing aids. We have an article on whether Medicare covers hearing aids here.
Test Your Hearing
We recommend that you check your hearing regularly. Our online hearing test is free, only takes a few minutes and results are instant.
The outcome of the test will indicate if you should take further action to prevent hearing loss. This should not replace regular audiometric testing performed by a hearing professional.
About Hearing Direct
We are one of the world's leading hearing aid specialists. HearingDirect offers a wide range of affordable products, as well as information resources to help improve the quality of life for the hard of hearing.
- Hearing aids,
- Accessories such as earplugs,
- and amplified devices such as super loud alarm clocks and amplified phones.