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How much do hearing aids cost?

Hearing aid prices

The average price of hearing aids varies widely. It depends on the model, the additional features you want and also what kind of hearing loss you have, so we can’t give you an exact price. That's why we recommend coming to see us first. Once we've been through your hearing test results together, we'll then be able to talk about what hearing aid is right for you and your budget.

Hearing aid price comparison table

Level

Feature categories
Essential

Performance

Advanced

 Premium

 Premium+

Sound quality in quiet environments ★★☆☆☆  ★★★☆☆ ★★★★☆ ★★★★★ ★★★★★
Sound quality in moderate noise ★★☆☆☆ ★★☆☆☆ ★★★☆☆ ★★★★☆ ★★★★★
Sound quality in loud environments ★★☆☆☆  ★★☆☆☆ ★★★☆☆ ★★★★☆ ★★★★★
Rechargeable batteries  

Bluetooth capability With Streamer  With Streamer
Model examples Oticon Ria 1, Ria 2   Oticon Ruby 1, Ruby 2, Siya 1, Siya 2 Oticon More 3, Opn S 3, Opn 3 Oticon More 2, Opn S 2, Exceed 2 Oticon More 1, Opn S 1, Opn 1, Xceed 1

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*Note that the star ratings above demonstrate how well each hearing aid price level delivers on various benefits and features. The ratings are provided for illustrative purposes.

What is included in the price of our hearing aids?

  1. Hidden Hearing welcome
    60-day money-back guarantee – 24-month warranty – Finance plans available.
  2. Hearing aid maintenance
    Free lifetime aftercare service (for the lifetime of the hearing aid) – Self-guided resources – Six-monthly check-up for your hearing aid.
  3. Protecting your hearing and hearing aid
    Exclusive access to our Oneplan customer care scheme (from £75 per year) – Free batteries for 3 years – Free annual hearing tests
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Smart investment

Investing in hearing care is investing in your health. When considering the price of hearing aids, it’s worth taking a minute to think about how they’ll improve your quality of life. A recent study by Marketing Research, Inc. and the Hearing Industries Association showed that the majority of hearing aid users reported the following benefits:

  • Higher quality of life
  • Improved communication
  • Better performance at work
  • Increased levels of confidence 

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FAQs about hearing aid prices

Ash Tulley
Ashley Tulley, Hearing Aid Audiologist and Member of the Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (MSHAA)

Ashley has worked at Hidden Hearing for 14 years, and has been fully qualified for 11 of those. He started out as a fitter in both the Stockport clinic and in the wider North West region before going on to become a full-time hearing aid dispenser. He is now currently the hearing aid dispenser in the Stafford clinic. He has been a practice educator and mentor to Hidden Hearing's new dispensers for the last 10 years. He has a foundation degree in hearing aid audiology.

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