Specsavers Hearing Centres are the largest retailer of hearing aids in the UK. They employ about 150 dispensers who operate from around 400 locations – usually Specsavers Opticians - which offer both opticians service and access to Specsavers hearing aids.
The product range that they offer is called the Advance range which is their own brand of hearing aid. Most of these hearing aids can only be reprogrammed by a Specsavers dispenser as theirs is the only software capable of doing this. If you want to take your hearing aids elsewhere for reprogramming, chances are you can’t.
What about Specsavers hearing aids prices? Specsavers do not publish their hearing aid prices online. You will have to visit one of their stores to find out and enquire about their aftercare services. Specsavers also serves over 50% of the NHS hearing aid wearers - giving you a hearing aid service closer to home for fittings and alterations.
Specsavers supply their own brand of hearing aid batteries for their own brand of hearing aids. Therefore, you can only use these batteries for Specsavers hearing aids. They are available in the usual sizes - 10, 312, 13 and 675.
Other than independent hearing aid dispensers like us - The Specsavers alternatives are Boots Hearing Care, Amplifon, Hidden Hearing, Bloom Hearing and Scrivens.
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 Specsavers hearing aids here
Specsavers Hearingcare will arrange an appointment at home, but we are unsure whether their hearing healthcare home visiting service is limited. This service is not free, it will cost you approximately £100.
Want to know more about Specsavers hearing aids?
All our audiologists will be happy to tell you more about the differences between Specsavers hearing aids and the ones we offer our customers. Watch our video about what we offer our customers below.
Alternatively, if you want to know more about Hearing Aid UK's experienced audiologists, latest models and any other types of hearing healthcare advice - call us free on 0800 567 7621
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