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All our audiologists are completely impartial, meaning that they are not bound by any hearing aid manufacturer. The advice and recommendations given are completely patient centered and not fitting any sales quota.
Another benefit of not being bound to any particular manufacturer is that you have access to a full range of the hearing aid market. This huge amount of choice means that you get the best hearing aid for your specific hearing loss, lifestyle and budget.
All hearing aid prices are extremely competitive with other high street brands. We aim to be transparent in our prices and give you the best deal on the market. You can compare hearing aid prices by visiting our pricelist here.
The cost of your hearing aids is inclusive of all testing, fitting, services and life-long patient aftercare.
All our audiologists will recommend what is best for you specifically, based on a comprehensive test and consultation process.
We have an independent local audiologist to serve you wherever you are in the country. We offer home visits. No matter where you are, you can still access the best hearing care and hearing aid prices.
Quality of care is assured as all audiologists are fully qualified and are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
With the current economic climate, more and more businesses are going into administration. Our coordinated care approach makes an audiologist available to you no matter what the economic situation is. You get the best hearing aid prices, even if your current hearing aid provider becomes unavailable.
All our audiologists are independent and therefore have a full range of the entire hearing aid market, including:
Founded in 1947, Phonak is the world’s largest hearing aid brand. Phonak introduced the first hearing aids to have a built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery in 2017. In 2018, Phonak introduced the first full-featured Bluetooth hearing aid.
Founded in 1904, Oticon is the world’s second largest hearing aid brand. Oticon introduced the world’s first wireless “internet-connected hearing aids” in 2016. Oticon is continuously innovative in their approach to their researched-based “BrainHearing”.
Founded over 60 years ago, Widex is one of the most popular hearing aid brands. Widex merged with Sivantos in 2019 and became WS Audiology; the third largest hearing aid brand in the world.
Signia hearing aids are also manufactured by WS Audiology. Prior to this, Signia hearing aids were named Siemens. Historically, Siemens hearing aids were among the first to develop analog hearing aids and also among the first to ship digital hearing aids. They were also one of the leading brands in miniaturisation of hearing aids and developing the first hearing aids with directional microphones.
ReSound is the flagship brand for GN Hearing which was founded in 1869. ReSound is the world’s fourth largest hearing aid brand. ReSound was the first to launch Made-for-iPhone hearing aids. ReSound were also the first to launch wireless accessories that did not require a ‘neck loop’.
Founded in 1967, Starkey is the flagship brand for Starkey Hearing Technologies. Starkey Hearing Technologies is one the the world’s top hearing aid manufacturers. Starkey is also the only US company in the ‘Big Five’ (the ‘Big Five’ control 80 % of the global hearing aid market). Starkey was one of the first hearing aid brands to create ’invisible hearing aids’ that sit deep within the canal.
Founded in 1952, Unitron is the leading brand of the Sonova Group which is the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturer. Unitron’s sister company is Sonova-owned Phonak. Both hearing aid brands are the only two to provide a universal wireless system that streams audio to and from any bluetooth enabled device. Unitron also offers a ‘try-before-you-buy’ hearing aid trial system.
For detailed information please read our Hearing Aid Comsumer Guide.
A person who is not able to hear in the threshold of 25 dB or better in both ears is said to have a hearing loss. While this may not seem mild, hearing loss can be mild, moderate or severe. Even mild hearing loss can be extremely impactful on a person’s quality of life. That is why we offer the best hearing aid prices so that a solution can be found which is affordable.
Each case of hearing loss is unique to each person. When it comes to aiding the hearing loss, it is different for every person. Unfortunately there is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to hearing aids.
It is important to fully understand the degree and nature of the hearing loss and how it impacts on their lifestyle.
There is also a lot to consider if you do need hearing aids:
Introducing Mr Chris Scire BA(Hons) PGCE DIPTH RHAD MSHAA Senior Audiologist, hearing aid expert and international best selling author of the Hearing Aid Prices Guide.
Managing Director & founder of Just Hear Ltd, with over 17 years of audiology experience and a member of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (MSHAA) since 2003.Managing Director of the highly successful Leeds based 2020 Hearing Ltd.
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