Rediscover clarity with the best hearing aids technology has to offer

Sleek, modern hearing aids, chosen for you

Tune out the background noise and focus on what counts. The latest hearing devices can connect to your personal devices and differentiate up to 64 frequency bands, boosting only the sounds you need. Packed with tech but still discrete — with even longer battery lives.

Get the latest hearing aids, fitted at home

Get a free assessment with a hearing specialist to understand your type of hearing loss and the hearing aid styles available to you. Experience the luxury of expert hearing care at home with our mobile hearing clinic.

Recommended by an expert, selected by you

During your hearing test, you’ll receive a personalized recommendation for the best hearing loss solutions, based on your lifestyle and hearing needs.

If a new hearing aid is required, you’ll discover the latest hearing aid technology such as:

  • Rechargeable hearing aids — to reduce the waste of disposable batteries
  • Noise reduction — to fight the chaos of noisy environments
  • Directional microphones — to focus your attention on specific sounds, such as the person presenting a meeting
  • Bluetooth connectivity — so you can connect your hearing aid to your phone and get even better sound quality

Behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aid

Resting behind your outer ear, their bigger size makes them more visible — but easier to handle and clean. BTE hearing aids handle anything from mild to profound hearing loss and have the best battery life.

Receiver-in-canal (RIC) hearing aids

While the microphone, amplifier, and processor sit outside the ear, the receiver is placed directly into the ear canal. This makes RICs a slightly more discreet option for people with mild to moderate hearing loss.

In-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids

With no external components, ITEs are even less noticeable. They’re fitted using an impression of your ear, resulting in a more comfortable fit. Plus, they’re available in different colours, depending on your skin tone.

Completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aid

Virtually invisible hearing aids with a custom-made, soft silicone casing for a very comfortable fit. Rather than sitting on the bowl of your ear, CICs are placed in the ear canal.

CROS hearing aids

Ideal for single-sided deafness, CROS hearing aids direct sound from the deaf ear to the “good” ear using a microphone and wireless transmitter. Alternatively, biCROS hearing aids offer amplification across both ears, for when even your better ear has some hearing loss.

Analog hearing aids

By increasing the volume of continuous sound waves, analog hearing aids amplify all sounds, rather than isolating specific ones. That said, analog hearing aids can be more powerful overall — and affordable.

Get the whole kit and (Bluetooth-enabled) caboodle

“Absolutely impressive! The service, product, efficiency, and knowledge made the transition [to wearing hearing aids] seamless for me. Sometimes I even forget I'm wearing them. And they come with a whole kit and caboodle. (Bluetooth compatible and no batteries).”
CJ Rice
Ears To You customer

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Over the years, hearing aid manufacturers have developed a number of devices that cater to different types and degrees of hearing loss. The main types of hearing aids are:

  • Behind-the-ear (BTE)
  • In-the-ear (ITE)
  • Receiver-in-the-ear (RIC)
  • In-the-canal (ITC)
  • Completely-in-the-canal (CIC)
  • CROS and BiCROS
Your audiologist will help you understand your specific level of hearing loss and make recommendations based on your needs. With Ears To You, you can book a free hearing test and arrange for our mobile clinic to come to your door at a time that suits you. There’ll be no pressure to make a purchase, only expert advice on the best hearing aid solution to suit you.
Behind-the-ear (BTE) and in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aids are best for severe hearing loss as they can contain more circuitry and offer more power. For the same reason, they’re slightly more visible than other hearing aids, such as receiver-in-canal (RIC). But you can still find sleek versions of these “power hearing aids” to suit you. Speak to a hearing professional for advice on finding the right hearing aid for profound hearing loss.
The best hearing solution depends entirely on your specific type of hearing loss and your lifestyle. There are some alternatives to hearing aids, such as cochlear implants and assistive listening devices. For many types of hearing loss, however, hearing aids are a great solution. They can be discrete (even stylish) and offer high-quality sound and noise-isolating features for a better hearing experience.