Hearing Aid Reviews & How To Review

You can find the latest hearing aid reviews at the bottom.

In 2017 there are many different hearing aids available, each with its own specific features and a well thought out design that has been programmed to meet your hearing needs. Whether you have an NHS hearing aid or have privately bought one, currently what the internet is lacking are the voices of people who use hearing aids or work with them daily. In my experience each hearing aid has its little "qwirks" that only a user can tell you.

There are also recommendations that only a hearing aid specialist that work with hearing aids day in day out can tell you about patterns and consistant behaviours noted from one client to the next who is given the same hearing aid and why it may have broken and what extra care methods you may need with that particular model of hearing aid compared to the last that you had.

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We run a free website, which will continue to be free. There is no bias to one type of hearing aid, a particular manufacturer, NHS or private. We would rather YOU made up your own mind to decide what is best for you. We would however love to hear your experiences with NHS and private hearing aids and for those happy, satisfied, very happy or unhappy with their hearing aid to speak out as to why.

 

Why should I take the time to do a hearing aid review as a hearing aid user? 

  • You will be providing an unbiased user experience of how the hearing aid has performed for you
  • Your review could give someone who is hard of hearing the courage to go and get their hearing checked 
  • Your review could provde someone with the encouragement to upgrade their hearing aid when they are very worried about the change it will make
  • It will help others to way up the pros and cons of a hearing aid they were considering
  • If you are pleased with your hearing aid provided by the NHS, it allows you to support your NHS and prove that NHS only fit digital hearing aids not analogue anymore. 
  • Help others learn from your experiences

Why should I take the time to do a hearing aid review as a hearing aid audiologist or dispenser?

  • You will be providing knowledgable information about the hearing aid that someone may have been looking for online but could not find
  • You can provide technical information about the hearing aid
  • You review may give 
  • Your review could give someone who is hard of hearing the courage to go and get their hearing checked 

How do I go about leaving a review?

Firstly you will need to be registered on our website, this is free and involves you clicking the wood "Register" on the front page

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You will then be asked to register and make a username and password and enter your email address (we do not ask for personal details such as your name, address and date of birth and your email address will not be given to a third party)

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Once completed you should recieve a confirmation email, click through to confirm and then you are ready to review. 

To review you will need to go to the page of the hearing aid you wish to review, at the bottom you will find:

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Click how many stars you feel the hearing aid deserves and write about it in the comment box, click save at the bottom and your done!

THANK YOU for taking the time to write a review. It will help many people for years to come. That is your good deed for the day, go have a lovely cup of tea! 

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