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  • Keeping It In The Family

    When I get the chance to speak to people who are thinking of buying a hearing aid I often sense that they are nervous that the reality of what a hearing aid looks like might not be the same as the images they can see on the website. There is...
  • The Perfect Christmas Gift For Teenagers

    HearingDirect.com was born with a vision to better serve the hearing impaired by giving easy access to state of the art digital hearing aids without having to endure the NHS or face the pressure sales of the Private Sector. The whole operation was geared towards those 4 million people in...
  • Invisible Hearing Aids

    HD250 Invisible Hearing Aid Probably one of the most frequently requested items in the hearing aid industry is the ‘Invisible Hearing Aid’. Even today one’s ability to hear is treated a bit differently to one’s ability to see. Wearing glasses is accepted as a normal part of daily life, regardless...
  • HD350 Hearing Aid An Honest Review

    When buying anything over the Internet, I am an avid reader of customer reviews which can often provide an insight into something overlooked by the seller. I like honest reviews as anything written by “real” people is always more entertaining than marketing spiel. In working for HearingDirect I am lucky...
  • Used Hearing Aids - Should You, Would You?

    In more recent times, especially during a difficult financial period, second hand goods have become an increasingly popular choice for a large number of people. They offer the chance to buy an otherwise expensive item at a discounted price. If the item has been well maintained and kept in good...
  • What Does 'Hearing Aid Compatible' Mean?

    We list some Assistive Listening Devices or ‘ALDs’ on our website as being ‘hearing aid compatible'. But what is the meaning of 'hearing aid compatible'? Assistive Listening Device is the industry term used to describe any product which provides extra amplification for specific environments – such as hearing better on...
  • An Idiot Abroad or how I got frustrated with restrictive hearing aid sales

    Last week Joan and I flew to Hanover in Germany to attend the biggest Audiology trade show in Europe, so my Blog has an international traveller feel to its title. OK, so I stole it from the Ricky Gervais TV show currently on SKY but as ever with the Blog...
  • A Visit To Hanover

    Last week I tried to brush up on my non-existent German skills in order to attend the ‘Europäische Union der Hörgeräteakustiker e.V’ 2010 congress. The European Union of Hearing Aid Acousticians puts on this major exhibition each year; which attracts ever-increasing numbers of international delegates in addition to the strong...
  • When Is A Hearing Aid Good Enough?

    "When Is A Hearing Aid Good Enough?" is a question I get asked a lot. When we originally set up HearingDirect.com one of the questions that was often asked of us and still is today, is how can your hearing aids be any good if they are so cheap?  It...

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