If you’re searching for information about digital hearing aids, the price you should be paying or where you should go to get them then you’ve come to the right place.
Some people spend many hours researching hearing aids and end up more confused than they were before they started. Here at Your Hearing, our goal is to save you time and money by providing instant, free, independent, impartial advice on all aspects of hearing aids.
For friendly, knowledgeable advice just call us now on 0800 567 7721. We’re open 7 days a week 8.00am to 8.00pm. In many instances, we can answer your question there and then.
Perhaps you want to know more about a hearing aid that has been recommended to you or the differences between different hearing aid types and models? If you've been quoted a high price for a hearing aid then you should compare this to our price list.
All our prices include professional fitting and all aftercare by way of qualified hearing aid audiologists. They come with a manufacturer's warranty and a full 60 days money-back guarantee for your peace of mind.
The hearing aid market can be very confusing. Prices can differ enormously so it is important to seek out all alternatives before committing yourself. We can provide a second opinion at no cost and advise on all makes and models - not just one or two. Many hearing aid retailers are owned by manufacturers so their advice can be less than impartial. This isn't always obvious so we can advise you on just who is and who is not impartial. In essence, we believe in the following criteria:
Right advice - Impartial and independent with the whole range of hearing aids at our disposal.
Right service - Including aftercare, with a qualified hearing aid audiologist, for the life of the hearing aids.
Right price - The lowest price we can charge and including a full 60 day money-back guarantee.
The purchase of private hearing aids is a long-term commitment. Our hearing aid audiologists are dedicated to providing the best quality service and aftercare. Hearing aids should last at least 5 years and in many cases much longer. You Can Download our Free Hearing Aid Consumer Guide as a pdf for further reading.