Try Before You Buy Hearing Aids

Try Before You Buy Hearing Aids

They can be as discreet or as colourful as you want, and they deliver daily on the promise of better hearing when fitted by a trained hearing aid Audiologist.

Important questions that they don’t always answer straight away is ‘will they work in the places I want to hear better?’ and ‘what do they feel like?’

What better way to find out than trying them for yourself?

At House of Hearing we can make that possible in under an hour. Try before you buy hearing aids is not new to our fully qualified Audiologists.

They know that a critical part of your free hearing health assessment is how you will react to wearing hearing aids for the first time.

If you have used them before, this will give you the opportunity to discover how well your hearing will be improved. The very definition of ‘try before you buy’.

At House of Hearing we offer try before you buy with our hearing aids because we want you to be completely satisfied. The world of hearing aids and what they can do for you can be a complicated one and we are here to help. We have trial hearing systems ready to go so that you can find out straight away how much a new hearing aid system will be able to help you. Better still, we can let you take the hearing aids home and try them out in the real world, allowing you to find out just how much of a difference your new hearing aids will make, before committing to a purchase.

House of Hearing provide the very best hearing aids available today and many of these can now work in ways not thought possible up until very recently. There are also a range of designs to suit all preferences including miniaturised versions that fit completely inside your ear canal so only you will know you are wearing them.

If you would like to make an appointment to discuss with one of our team how try before you buy hearing aids could work for you, then give us a call on 0131 220 1220 or click here to complete the online form.

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Our Clinics

All House of Hearing clinics are in town centre locations and accessible to public transport and parking. Home visits also available if mobility is an issue.