Bloom Hearing Aids Introduction
Bloom are one of the smaller national hearing aid retailers. They used to be called Regional Hearing Services until they were acquired by Widex. They have about 20 branches and about 50 dispensers.
Unlike most national companies, they welcome home visits as the majority of their dispensers are not branch-based. Their head office is in Saltash, Cornwall. They are owned almost entirely by the Danish manufacturer Widex so don’t be surprised if they recommend Widex hearing instruments.
Regional Hearing Services were originally a small family business. Many of their head office people are indeed friends and relatives of the founding families and are very nice people.
Bloom Hearing Alternatives
Other than independent hearing aid dispensers like us - The hearing aid alternatives to Bloom Hearing are Specsavers Hearcare, Amplifon, Hidden Hearing, Boots Hearing Care and Scrivens.
Bloom Hearing Aids Reviews and Bloom Hearing Aid Prices
Find out the differences between independent retailers and those of the highstreet and how hearing aid wearers ranked all hearing aid dispensers in the latest Which? Report - including Bloom hearing aids here
How much are Bloom hearing aids? This company does not publish their hearing aid prices online - you will have to visit one of their stores near you to find out their cost and aftercare services.
Want to know more about Bloom Hearing Services?
We are confident that we can beat any quote from Bloom Hearing Aids, so take a look at our price list. Our prices include all aftercare for the lifetime of the hearing aids. You can watch what we offer our customers in the short video below.
Alternatively, call us free on 0800 567 7621 for an informal chat about the services we provide, the differences between us and Bloom Hearing Aids and any other support on hearing healthcare.
Additional Information about Bloom Hearing Aids:
When we refer to a product as 'New', we mean that the product is new to 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When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.