More and more hearing health care can take place online. Hearing Direct is the market leader in offering such services and is known as one of the largest online hearing experts and distributors of hearing aids and assistive listening devices. We have worked hard to build a strong relationship with our customers and to prove that we are able to suit their needs and requirements in a professional and high quality fashion.
You can acquaint yourself with our services through our website, which contains a large catalogue of products designed to help those with diminished hearing, as well as a great deal of useful information and advice concerning the matter.
We also offer access to our professional audiologists lead by Joan McKechnie, who will gladly answer any questions, concerns and give up to date and accurate information regarding modern hearing health care. They can be contacted by phone, post, and email or by simply filling in our Contact form. The consultation is free of charge and you will receive a prompt and detailed response to your inquiry.
Our digital hearing care services are further enhanced by our free online hearing test, available on our website. If you are wondering whether your hearing abilities have begun to diminish or would simply like to test them, you will receive an accurate summary of your current condition. If you need help to understand your results and whether they require any measures to be taken, do not hesitate to contact our helpful support team.
Our company’s most impressive service is our constant aim to offer our customers modern, reliable and high quality hearing aids at unbeatable value for money. We sell the top products of some of the most renowned hearing aid manufacturers such as Phonak, Siemens, Widex, Oticon, Starkey, ReSound, etc. Hearing Direct also offers its own brand of digital hearing aids, which provide excellent sound quality at a very attractive price. Get in touch today, Hearing Direct can help with your digital hearing care.
In conclusion, we sell:
- Hearing aids,
- Hearing aid batteries,
- Hearing aid accessories such as earplugs,
- and amplified devices such as super loud alarm clocks and amplified phones.