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Hearing aids

Reciever in the Ear(RIE)

This type of hearing aid is for you if you have mild to moderate hearing loss, and is a combination of a "behind-the-ear" and an "in-the-ear hearing aid". Sounds are collected by a unit that sits behind the ear. The receiver sends sound into the ear canal, and transmits these amplified sounds directly to the ear. The result is exceptional sound quality, making this a great option for a discreet, contemporary look with great performance. ​

Reciever in the Ear
Behind the Ear
In the Ear
Rechargeable Hearing Aids
Apps

Behind-the-ear (BTE)

These powerful hearing aids are for you if have more severe hearing loss since they typically offer the most amplification and lots of features. The BTE hearing aid type sits comfortably behind the ear and sound is directed from the hearing aid through the tubing into your ear canal. An added benefit is they are very durable as you do not have any parts inside the ear canal.

In-the-ear (ITE)

Our custom-made hearing aids are comfortable to wear and come in a wide range of shapes, sizes and colours. They are custom molded to fit your ear and are one piece and can be easier to pop-in and remove.​

CIC (Completely-in-Canal)

CIC (Completely-in-Canal) - when discretion matters most: keep your hearing loss to yourself with the tiny CIC model. People will notice how well you hear – not your hearing aids.

ITC (In-the-Canal)

ITC (In-the-Canal) - get sound directly from your phone: our ITC model is Made for Apple. It lets you connect to your smartphone and stream calls, music or GPS guidance directly to your hearing aids.

ITE (In-the-Ear)

ITE (In-the-Ear) - more power when you need it: if you are looking for a hearing aid that is easy to handle and has longer battery life, this powerful little ITE model is for you. It features ear-to-ear communication, wireless connectivity and Made for Apple.

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

Today's rechargeable digital hearing aids are much more technologically advanced than they used to be. With simple and reliable charging, rechargeable hearing aids allow you to carry on with your active life without worrying about your hearing aids running out of power. While many hearing aids come with disposable batteries, hearing aids without batteries – as rechargeable hearing aids are often referred to – are becoming increasingly popular.

Apps

Your smartphone loves our Hearing Aids!

With the new Sound app you can take phone calls, check the weather, news, get directions and more on your smartphone. Now you can control and adjust your hearing aids with your smartphone too. Our hearing aids will sync and link with the majority of smartphones. .
The App is Made for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and Android devices.
Our hearing aids don’t just connect you to people, use them to get more from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and Android devices too. In fact, there are loads of cool and useful things you might not realise you can do with your our hearing aids. This includes direct streaming of phone and video calls, music, audio books, sports coverage or podcasts – directly to your hearing aids. You can effectively use them as wireless headphones with really great sound quality.

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