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Hidden Hearing

By: Paul Harrison Updated: 22nd November 2019 in: Hearing Aid Retailers
Hidden Hearing

Who is Hidden Hearing?

Hidden Hearing is the second or third largest hearing aid retailer in the UK. They have around 80 branches and employ about 200 hearing aid dispensers. Their head office is in Maidstone, Kent.

They are owned by William Demant Holding who also own the hearing aid manufacturers Oticon and Bernafon. As you would expect, there’s a pretty good chance that Hidden Hearing will recommend one of these brands of hearing aids.

Hidden Hearing Hearing Aids

Some of the hearing instruments that they provide are rebranded products and are essentially original hearing instruments that have been given a different name. This can make it difficult to price compare elsewhere. If you are unsure of the true identity of the hearing aid in question then please call us and we’ll be happy to help.

All our prices are clearly posted on our pricelist page of this website and we only sell genuine original branded products.

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