Introducing out-of-sight hearing aids

Hearing aids are now so discreet that no one will know you’re wearing one.

Introducing out-of-sight hearing aids
In the canal hearing devices really are out of sight

The thought of needing a hearing aid is usually enough to stop people from addressing their hearing problems, but with advances in technology, hearing aids these days can be so discreet that no one will even know you’re wearing one.

Wearing a hearing aid doesn’t need to stop you from living an active life, with behind-the-ear or in-ear options available, depending on your individual needs and budgets. You can even have one that sits in you ear canal, making it impossible for anyone but you to know your wearing a hearing device.

Advancing digital technology means that even the smallest, practically invisible hearing aids are still incredibly powerful. As well as being able to quickly adapt to surrounding noise to provide you with the most realistic hearing experience, they are so incredibly comfortable that you can wear them all day and only you will know.

Don’t let hearing problems hold you back from living life to the full.

If you think your hearing needs to be checked, book a free hearing check up (worth $75) and you could win a Fitbit Flex.





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    Blossom
    20th Sep 2015
    12:56pm
    Hearing Aids are not suitable if you have persistent ear infections.
    One lady I know has sinus issues if she wears them for too long.
    ptrC
    20th Sep 2015
    1:28pm
    I have tried all sorts of aids and they all cause sweating and water in the canal causing infections to the inner ear, I find it better to be half deaf than be spending my time at the hospitals, there is no aid that I know that I can wear, as I do perspire very strong all over my body without even moving about, I usually change clothes 2 or 3 times a day, but when I tell the aid specialist they do not listen, and treat everyone the same.
    Nan Norma
    20th Sep 2015
    4:54pm
    Sounds like you have a medical condition.
    Kim_HA365
    2nd Aug 2019
    2:11pm
    The out of sight hearing aids or in-the-ear hearing aids are prone to blockages if you produce excessive ear wax or persistent ear infection. May also be difficult to handle or use if you have arthritis or dexterity issues due to it's small size.


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