The two million people in the UK who wear hearing aids can still face challenges understanding speech in public places. What if I told you that a decades-old, widely available technology could remove all the background noise from the church and make the words of the minister immediately clearer? This is what’s possible with a telecoil.Read
Most people see earwax, or cerumen, as a nuisance to be cleaned away regularly. However, earwax plays a major beneficial role in our ears. In order to look after your ears and maintain good hearing for years to come, you should be mindful of how earwax works to keep your ears clean.Read
People with single-sided deafness can now connect to the world better than ever before with the successful Velox S platform and TwinLink technology of the Oticon CROS. A wireless open sound hearing experience that assists speech in challenging situations, with impressive reduced listening efforts.Read
Winter is coming and can become problematic for your hearing, hearing aids and ears. It is vital that you protect your ears and hearing aids during this up and coming season. Here are some snippets of advice on how to avoid damage to your hearing and hearing aids.Read
Earlier this month one of the main high-street hearing care centres, Boots Hearing Care, started selling the AudioNova D and T Range of hearing aids. This isn't a new product launch as such, the technology has been around a while. This is essentially a Boots "own brand" hearing aid that isn't sold anywhere else and therefore can't be price compared. This article’s purpose is to give a little more clarity as to what you'd be buying if you chose an Audionova hearing aid.Read
Our ears continue to be the most common place for wearables to reside – due to smart and clever headphone and hearable concepts available to us. Here we discuss the two main tech heroes of 2019/2020.Read
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When we refer to a product as 'Superseded', we mean that there is a newer range available which replaces and improves on this product.
When we refer to a product as an 'Older Model', we mean that it is has been superseded by at least two more recent hearing aid ranges.