Invisible Hearing Aids

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There are different types of models fall under this category including In the Ear, Invisible In the Canal, completely In the Canal .

In the ear aids (ITE) devices fit in the outer ear bowl. Being larger, these are easier to insert and can hold extra features. They are sometimes visible when standing face to face with someone. ITE hearing aids are custom made to fit each individual’s ear. They can be used in mild to some severe hearing losses.

Invisible In the canal It fits deeper in the canal than other types, so that it is out of view even when looking directly into the ear bowl. Unlike other hearing aid types, with the IIC aid the majority of the ear is not blocked (occluded) by a large plastic shell. Depending on their size, some models allow the wearer to use a mobile phone as a remote control to alter memory and volume settings, instead of taking the IIC out to do this.

We deal in wide range of these types of hearing aids. Siemens Silk, Phonak Virto, Oticon IIC, Oticon CIC and much more to choose from. Our qualified team will guide you to the best suited invisible hearing according to your test results and taste.

Rechargeable Hearing Aids

rechargeable hearing aidChanging batteries can be annoying and a hurdle in the smooth journey of Better Hearing. Specially if you are old and due to shivering hands it take long time to open it and replace it, even as a young teenager when you are in middle of a concert or a class battery down can be a big obstruction. Rechargeable hearing aids are the  modern solution of these problems in this world of devices where everything is rechargeable and its a norm.  Simply seat the hearing aids in a charger at night and wake up to full-power hearing aids each morning.

Although they have plenty of power for the day, you can still use ordinary batteries if your rechargeable ones run flat.One day, you might forget to charge your batteries. You always have the backup option of using ordinary batteries thanks to the hybrid battery technology. You simply open the battery drawer and insert ordinary, disposable batteries.

Almost all hearing aid companies like Oticon, Phonak, Unitron now have rechargeable hearing aids with a dock to recharge them on. Call us on 01494 440 997 for more information to start your hearing drive rechargeable and uninterrupted.


connectivityAs wireless technology has changed the world so does wireless hearing aids. Modern hearing connect most of your smart devices like laptops, TV, mobile phones etc. A hearing aid and a telephone are “compatible” when they can connect to each other in a way that produces clear, easily understood sound. Also once connected to your phone you can control hearing aids functions from your mobile which provide better comfort.