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The most affordable way to buy hearing aids online with fully remote aftercare

Hearing aids designed to suit you

If you’re suffering from hearing loss, then the correct hearing aid can make all the difference. With new developments in hearing technology, there’s now a device to suit everyone’s needs. No matter the type or level of your hearing loss, help is at hand.

Unsure where to start?

Hearing loss can be overwhelming. But we can help you with an online hearing test, in-depth consultations, and hearing aid support. Looking for some useful information? Here’s everything you need to know.

  • How do I get hearing aids?
  • What type of hearing aid is best for me?
  • Buying hearing aids online
  • Hearing test
  • Aftercare and support

Benefits of hearing aids

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Hear like you used to

Chat with your loved ones without missing a word and enjoy the sounds around you.

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Better for your health

Hearing aid users have better physical and mental health. Plus, a reduced risk of cognitive decline and loneliness.

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Easy-to-use features

New technology means that hearing aids have excellent usability and handy capabilities to improve your quality of life.

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Boost your confidence

Take part in all your favourite activities knowing you won’t miss a sound.

How do Hearing Aids Work?

It’s simple. Hearing aids work by picking up sounds that you can’t.

  1. The microphone receives sound. Your device converts it into a digital signal.
  2. The amplifier increases the strength of the digital signal.
  3. The speaker provides you with clear, natural sound.
  4. You can hear like you used to.

How do I get hearing aids?

If you think you’re suffering from hearing loss, see your GP as soon as possible. Hearing loss can lead to health issues if left untreated, so it’s important to seek help.

We also offer online testing and audiology consultations to work with you to find your ideal hearing aid. Once you’ve found the device for you, you can buy it directly through Hearing Aid Supermarket. No referral needed.

Buying hearing aids online

At Hearing Aid Supermarket, we know that you need more from your hearing aid than just the device. We’ll provide you with an online hearing test and a consultation with a qualified professional. They’ll guide you to your ideal device which you can order online with fast, reliable delivery straight to your door.

What type of hearing aid is best for me?

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Behind-the-ear hearing aids (BTE)

BTE hearing aids are one of the easiest types of hearing aids to use. They’re suitable for most people and a popular choice.

In BTE aids, a small plastic device sits behind your ear. A tube connects this device to an ear mould that sits in your ear, or if you opt for an open fitting, a soft tip that goes into the opening of your ear.

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In-the-ear (ITE)

ITE hearing aids are still suitable for most people with hearing loss. But they are sometimes viewed as trickier to use than BTE or RIC styles.

ITE devices sit in the area just outside the opening of your ear. While they aren’t visible from behind (unlike BTE devices), they can be seen from the side.

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Receiver in canal (RIC)

RIC or RITE (Receiver-in-the-ear) devices are comparable to BTE hearing aids in that they include a component that sits behind the ear. They’re also suitable for most users.

The key difference? This part is smaller than the BTE’s and connected by a thin wire to a speaker inside the ear’s opening. They’re also more discreet than BTE hearing aids, though a little fiddlier to use.

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Hearing amplifiers

Hearing amplifiers or hearables are the latest technology aimed at helping those who are experiencing slight hear loss. These wireless Bluetooth controlled smart devices connect to your phone and allow you to adapt your hearing to your environment. Whilst not designed for those experiencing severe hearing loss hearing amplifiers are perfect if you need some support and are available without seeing a hearing specialist or GP.

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Aftercare

Buying a hearing aid with us doesn’t have to be the end of your journey. You’re likely to have lots of questions when it comes to your new set of hearing aids, but we’ll always be here to answer them — whenever they arise.

Any queries? We’ll give you the answers or put you in touch with a hearing professional.

Support

We want you to fall in love with your new hearing aids, which is why our support staff will do everything they can to help you get acquainted with your new device.

FAQs

How much do hearing aids cost?

Hearing aids can cost between £500 – £3,500 for a single device. If you have hearing loss in both ears, you’ll need to purchase two hearing aids. Price often depends on the features and capabilities of the device.

Will hearing aids help tinnitus?

Hearing aids can help with tinnitus. They help mask the ringing noise, making it less noticeable. While they are not a cure for tinnitus, they can alleviate the symptoms. Look out for a device with tinnitus masking features.

How do I know if I need a hearing aid?

A comprehensive hearing test will identify if you have hearing loss. Using the results from your test, a hearing professional can then determine whether a hearing aid will improve your type of hearing loss.

How long do hearing aid batteries last?

Hearing aid batteries can last between three to 22 days. This will depend on the model and age of your hearing aid as well as the battery type and capacity.

You can now buy rechargeable hearing aids that don’t rely on replaceable batteries. These devices take a few hours to charge and should last for around 24 hours before needing to be recharged.

How long does it take to get used to a hearing aid?

This varies from person to person. But it can take up to a few months to get used to a new hearing aid. If your hearing aid doesn’t feel right, don’t hesitate to ask for support.

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Hearing test

Before starting the hearing test we need a few details about your gender and age and to make sure your sound settings are adjusted correctly.

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Use headphones

To test left and right independently.

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Privacy Policy

In order for us to process personal data and provide a test result, we need our consent upon completion. Your privacy is important for us, therefore, you must read our privacy policy before you continue with our test. You will find it here.

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Do you have a constant ringing or buzzing in 1 or 2 ears?

Have you recently suffered a head injury?

Have you received medical help for this injury?

Do you have difficulty hearing other people clearly and misunderstanding what they say, especially in noisy places?

Do you have to ask people to repeat themselves often?

When listening to music or watching TV do you have the volume higher than other people need?

Do you have difficulty hearing on the phone?

Do you find it hard to keep up with a conversation?

Do you get tired or stressed from having to concentrate while listening?

Get setup for the audio test

Set volume to 50% and remove any hearing aids or devices before start.

Can you hear the test sound?

ask them to try an alternative pair of headphones.

not ask them to check their device to make sure volume is ‘on’.

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your left ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

Can you hear this sound in your right ear?

Can you hear the test sound?

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Your results

Results indicate you may have:

Mild hearing loss

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Do You Have Acccount ?

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When talking on a telephone, do you understand what people say better in one ear than the other?

Did the hearing loss in either of your ears develop suddenly?

Have you ever had a sudden permanent change in your hearing?

Do you have hearing loss in only one ear?

Do you hear better in one ear than the other?

Does your hearing change from day to day?

As an adult, have you ever had more than one infection in the same ear during one year?

Have you ever noticed pus, blood or other active fluid discharge from your ear?

Have you ever been told by a physician that you have Meniere’s disease?

Overall, how would you rate your health?

How often do you have dizziness?

How would you rate your balance?

Do you have tinnitus, such as ringing, roaring, or cricket-like sounds in your ears?

Have you ever had any of the following symptoms lasting longer than 10 minutes?

Sudden drop in hearing in one or both ears

A rapid change in vision in one or both eyes

In the past 3 months, have you had any of the following symptoms?

Any persistent discharge from either ear

Pus or blood in your ears

Any persistent pain in or around either ear

A change in hearing in one or both ears

A head cold or sinus problem that made your hearing worse

Dizziness

Fell because of poor balance

A persistent or recurring headache

Recurring fever, night sweats, chills

Your results

C.E.D.R.A score: 0