HD 295 RIC Digital Hearing Aid

Receiver in ear technology - combining a discreet design with advanced sound processing
$419.00 each |
$838.00 per pair
Unfortunately, this item has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Please call our expert customer service team for further advice.
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Is the HD 295 RIC Digital Hearing Aid right for you?

  • Pros

  • One of the smallest BTEs in our range but with a 312 battery
  • Programmable to an audiogram; free fine-tuning available for the life of the product
  • Dual microphones for improved speech focus in noise
  • Lower likelihood of feedback with increased volume due to RIC design
  • 30 day money back guarantee if not suitable
  • 12 month warranty
  • Cons

  • Cleaning and/or changing the wax guard on the end of the wire can be fiddly
  • Moisture / wax build up in the ear canal can damage the speaker component.

FAQs

Here's answers to the frequently asked questions about the HD 295 RIC Digital Hearing Aid
How do I use the HD295?


How do I know if it will fit my ear?

The medium length wire included as standard fits more than 85% of our customers comfortably - but we can send out a shorter or longer wire if need be. A number of different sizes and styles of dome designs can also be used. A smaller dome can help to minimise the ear canal feeling blocked up; but a bigger dome may be required to prevent amplified sound leaking back out the ear canal and creating feedback (whistling).

How do I know if the sound will be right for me

If anything about the physical fitting or sound is not to your liking, you can return the HD295 for a full refund within the first 30 days of receipt. Do of course feel free to contact us to see if the problem can be resolved with a fine tuning.

What if it doesn't work for me?

If an evaluation by a hearing professional indicates that you have hearing loss in both ears, and especially where the degree of loss is similar, two hearing aids are usually recommended. 


While it may be tempting to try to limit the cost by going with a single hearing aid, wearing just one hearing aid may not give you maximum benefit in some difficult listening situations.


Should I get one or two?

If an evaluation by a hearing professional indicates that you have hearing loss in both ears, and especially where the degree of loss is similar, two hearing aids are usually recommended. 


While it may be tempting to try to limit the cost by going with a single hearing aid, wearing just one hearing aid may not give you maximum benefit in some difficult listening situations.


How much will it cost to run the HD295?

The following items will need to be replaced on the HD295:

  • Battery: budget 6 batteries per month (6 batteries in a pack)
  • Dome: change the dome every month on average (10 domes in a pack)
  • Wax guard: varies greatly person to person - average change once every 3 weeks (8 wax guards in a pack)
How do I turn the HD295 on/off?

No on/off switch, just insert battery, close / open battery door 

How do I work the controls?

There is a rocker-type switch button on the spine of the HD295. Hold for 3 seconds up or down to change between 4 volume settings

How do I clean the hearing aid?


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