During winter, the cold temperatures and dry air can pose challenges for those who rely on hearing aids. Just as we take precautions to protect ourselves from the winter chill, it's equally important to ensure the well-being of our hearing aids during this season. Here we talk about how we can maintain and care for our devices during the colder months.Read
Hearing loss affects many people across the UK, this article explores the specific type known as low-frequency hearing loss. While high frequency hearing loss is more widely recognised, low-frequency hearing loss presents its own unique challenges. In this article we explore the causes, symptoms, impact, and treatment options associated with low-frequency hearing loss.Read
Open fit hearing aids are simply the smaller or 'mini' behind-the-ear (BTE) and receiver-in-the-ear (RIC) hearing aid styles, which hides behind your outer ear seamlessly. The sound is transmitted straight to the ear canal through a thin plastic tube that is attached to a tip that comfortably sits within your ear canal. But, what are the benefits of this design?Read
Hearing aids and earbuds are two very different devices that are designed to serve very different purposes. In this article, we will explore the differences between hearing aids and earbuds, and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each.Read
If you have hearing loss, chances are you will have difficulty hearing in background noise. This article discusses the extra options and features hearing aids can offer to tackle background noise.Read
There are various technologies and hearing devices for the deaf. For example cochlear implants, visual alert systems, FM systems, loop systems, accessible telephones and videophones. Plus, you'd be surprised to know that digital hearing aids can really help deaf people's understanding of the world around them.Read
When we refer to a product as 'Latest Launch', we mean it is the latest to be released on the market.
When we refer to a product as 'New', we mean that the product is the newest hearing aid model on the market.
When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.