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Our range is constantly growing to include new hearing solutions to suit you, whether that’s an invisible hearing device, a stylish rechargeable hearing aid, or a simple device to plug into your TV or phone. We stock the best brands from around the world to make sure you have the variety and quality you need.

Oticon is a hearing aid manufacturer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was founded in 1904 by Hans Demant, whose wife was hearing impaired. The company claims to be the world’s second-largest manufacturer of hearing aids. To find out more of Oticon’s latest technology and hearing aid styles please visit

Headquartered in Bern, Switzerland, Bernafon employs some 500 people worldwide and operates in over 70 countries. Bernafon claims to define their competitive portfolio of hearing aids, fitting software, apps, and connectivity devices to provide high performance hearing aids. To find out more of Oticon’s latest technology and hearing aid styles please visit

Phonak, a Swiss hearing aid company, has been committed to developing, producing, and distributing life-changing hearing solutions for more than 70 years. Phonak is a global provider of hearing solutions represented in over 100 countries. Phonak continuously challenge the limits of technology to help overcome even the most difficult hearing situations. Learn more about their latest key technologies at

Starkey Hearing Technologies is an American privately owned company based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota that makes hearing aids, and is one of the largest hearing aid manufacturers in the world. Starkey is dedicated to delivering the best hearing experience possible — through the innovation of our products and the passion of our people. To find out more about their latest technologies visit

Unitron is a Canadian hearing aid manufacturer with worldwide operations headquartered in Waterloo Region, Canada. Originally founded in 1964, we’re proud of our legacy of excellence and commitment to outstanding product performance, design, and customer satisfaction.
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In 2016, Sivantos, the company that acquired Siemens Hearing Instruments, introduced a brand-new hearing aid line called Signia. In recent years, Signia has repeatedly demonstrated its innovation leadership within the hearing industry. For more information about theirs new technologies visit

Widex A/S is the world’s sixth largest hearing aid manufacturer. In close collaboration with international audiological researchers and specialists, the company has developed a wide range of digital hearing aid. They introduced the world’s first commercially available 100% digital in-the-ear hearing aid in 1995 based on the research model developed by Oticon that same year. To find out more of their latest technologies please visit

Resound is another leading hearing aid manufacturer from Denmark. With roots that reach all the way back to 1943, ReSound has pioneered the hearing aid industry and delivered a number of hearing industry firsts. ReSound was the first to deliver 2.4GHz technology in hearing aids for direct connectivity and the world’s first Made for iPhone hearing aid with direct stereo sound streaming. ReSound is represented in more than 80 countries around the world. For more information about their leading technologies, visit

Hearing Devices

Assistive Listening Devices (ALD)

Assistive listening devices enable personal connections to devices, making it easier to hear or communicate. They include amplified telephones, hearing aid compatible phones and smartphones, television compatible devices, and alerting devices.

Assistive listening devices for televisions

When you have trouble clearly understanding or hearing the television, watching your favorite shows can become a chore. Turning up the television isn’t always the best option since it can make sound distorted and even more difficult to understand. And, when you’re watching TV with others, maxing out the volume isn’t always a popular option. There are several television ALDs that can work for you whether or not you already wear hearing aids.

Some television amplifiers work even without hearing aids. For example, TV Ears® is a popular and relatively inexpensive wireless headset with a personal volume control that plugs directly into your TV’s earphone socket.

Amplified and captioned telephones

Amplified phones are specifically designed for people with hearing loss, allowing you to turn up the volume as necessary to hear speech clearly. You do not need to wear hearing aids to benefit from these devices. They can make it easier to hear high-pitched sounds, the same sounds many people with hearing loss struggle to hear. These phones sometimes also feature amplified ring tones, so you’ll never miss a call.

Also, captioned phones provide real-time captioning, which are particularly helpful for people with severe to profound hearing loss.

Alerting devices

Most ALDs help make listening easier, but some also help you stay connected to what is going on around you and improve your safety. These alerting devices rely on amplified sounds, visual cues and even vibrations to alert you to sounds in your environment.

Some examples of alerting devices include vibrating alarm clocks to help you start your day on time, doorbell alerts that use flashing lights to let you know a visitor is at your door, vibrating and flashing smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.


Ear plugs

Earasers Earplugs

The Earasers soft silicone design is based on one of the most widely used hearing aid tips in the market. There is no need for expensive trips to a specialist to get custom ear molds. The Smart Seal technology conforms to the shape of your ear canal for a more comfortable fit that you can wear all day.

Earasers soft silicone is extremely durable, easily cleaned and will last you a long time.

ReSound – Musician hearsavers

When music is an important part of your life and you need a better way to listen while you are in a noisy place, we have just the solution you need.

We offer a variety of hearing protection plugs for all musicians and music lovers which help protect your hearing without distorting the music. Below are the sound levels of different musical instruments, safe levels of exposure to noise during a week’s time frame and our recommendation for acoustic filters within each sound exposure bracket.

ReSound – Solid hearsavers

ReSound solid hearsavers are suitable for industrial workers, builders and construction workers, military and aircraft operators, for loud concert goers and as sleep plugs.

Solid hearsavers are designed to eliminate outside noises by reducing sound by up to 40dB. It is important that hearing protection is carefully selected for each individual, based on the intensity level, duration and type of noise exposure.

Exposure to excessive noise from industrial machinery, heavy construction equipment and vehicles, power tools, aircraft, gun fire, motor cycle and auto race tracks can cause hearing loss depending on the intensity and duration of noise.

Below are the sound levels of environmental noises and safe levels of exposure to noise during a week’s time frame.

ReSound – Water protectors

ReSound Water protectors are earmoulds that are designed to protect the ears from water and infection and do not interfere with hearing and balance.

ReSound – Ear pieces

ReSound can make a comfortable, personalised ear piece to suit most communication equipment.

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