Hearing aids are easily lost, misplaced or damaged and typically are one of the most expensive personal possessions an individual can own. Whilst some people are able to get their digital hearing aids covered under their household insurance, many insurance companies these days either don’t offer this or can charge a hefty premium to do so. Some people are also concerned that they may lose their no claims discount on their household insurance should they need to make a claim.
To give hearing aid users more flexibility around this issue, we now offer two options, read the comparisons below to see if a warranty for your hearing aid could be a better option.
*Figures quoted are estimates and are subject to change. Always check with your insurance company or agent for the specific prices and terms.
Option 1 - Hearing Aid Replacement Warranty
We provide a comprehensive replacement warranty for just £80 per hearing aid per year. This is a fixed fee and is the same for all makes and models. If your hearing aid is lost, stolen or damaged beyond repair we will replace it with a new one of exactly the same make and model.
Unlike insurance policies, we take no account of risk demographics such as postcode, claims history or hearing aid value when calculating the premium. If you make a claim then your premium does not go up. We also don’t share your claims information with anyone. If you make a claim then this will not affect any insurance policies that you may have.
Option 2 - Hearing Aid Insurance Cover
We are able to put you in touch with a reputable insurance company that specialises in this field. The company is called Assetsure. They are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, members of the British Insurance Brokers Association and Lloyds of London cover holders. The main benefits that they offer are:
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When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.