White Label product, please read full description below for a better insight into these hearing aids
"Vogue" hearing aids are a white label brand name made by the manufacturer Widex, specifically for the independent hearing aid market.
Whilst there is nothing intrinsically wrong with these hearing aids, we are against the principle of "white labelling" hearing aids, as the only rationale to do so must be to confuse the potential customer. You tend to find that they are favoured by audiologists who would like to charge you over the odds for what you are getting. We can supply these aids, but we will only do so at realistic and fair prices, in line with the technology you are getting.
This isn't just our opinion, these hearing aids are actually marketed to audiologists as a way to charge higher prices. This is what the Vogue's creator "Hearbuy" say;
For independents only
Vogue is only available to independent dispensers and will NEVER be sold by the high street chains
An end to price matching
Sell at a price that reflects the quality of the service you deliver, without fear of being beaten on price
Because the model names of these aids are not set by the manufacturer, you may find that each place that sells them calls them something different, however see the chart below for a guide as to what you should be paying, provided that they are using standard naming
Vogue 440 - Price for one - £1695 | Price for a pair - £3190
Vogue 330 - Price for one - £1395 | Price for a pair - £2695
Vogue 220 - Price for one - £1095 | Price for a pair - £2095
Vogue 110 - Price for one - £795 | Price for a pair - £1495
If you have been quoted for a Vogue hearing aid, please do seek a second opinion, from us or frankly any other company. Speak to one of our audiologists on 0800 5677721
Author: David Roberts