Getting the right advice about hearing aids can be more difficult than you might think. If you call a hearing aid manufacturer they can only tell you about their particular hearing aids and will most likely refer you to a retailer.There are many hearing aid retailers in the UK but not all of them are truly independent. Some companies are owned by a hearing aid manufacturer – wholly or partially and many others have supply agreements in place.
Hearing Aid UK are not owned wholly or partially by any hearing aid manufacturer. This means that we can provide impartial advice about all commercially available hearing instruments without bias or prejudice. Perhaps you would like to know the difference between different models or have the technical jargon explained in common sense terms? If you would like to have us provide you with an impartial opinion about a particular hearing aid, make or model then give us a call or send us an email. The advice we provide is totally free and we have experts on hand 7 days a week, 12 hours a day so feel free to call us – we’re here to help.
Here are some typical questions that we answer on a regular basis:
I’ve been quoted for 2 different hearing types of hearing aids, what’s the difference between them?
Hearing instrument A is £400 more than hearing instrument B. Is it worth the difference?
I’m interested in wireless hearing aids – how do they work?
My hearing aid dispenser has recommended that I have 2 hearing aids, surely I only need one?
My hearing aid has stopped working, what can I do?
I would like a second opinion from another hearing aid dispenser. Please could you provide me with details of a local one.
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