Power The Conversation

Step into a world where every voice is crystal-clear, even in the liveliest of gathering. Our advanced hearing aids and designed to ensure you grasp every nuance in group conversations, regardless of your location or the speaker. Bid farewell to the effort of listening hard and welcome smooth, natural discussions, with technology that adapts alongside you.


Clinics across Greater Manchester and Lancashire

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Lifelong aftercare

5 steps to better hearing

1. Know what the signs of hearing loss are

Signs of hearing loss

2. Book your free hearing test at your local clinic

Book a hearing test

3. Select a hearing aid and try for 60 risk-free days

Money-back guarantee

4. Learn about different payment and protection plans

Hearing aid finance

5. Hear well and live well. Receive free, unlimited aftercare


Explore Pure Charge and Go IX

Introducing Pure Charge & Go IX, the sleek and discreet hearing aid from Signia’s Intergrated Xperience line, crafted to blend seamlessly with your ear and tailored to accommodate your individual lifestyle and hearing requirements.

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  • styletto AX, Insio custom
  • Contactless charging for effortless energy

Built on signia’s leading-edge Augmented Xperience audiology platform, Styletto AX give you the outstanding speech clarityyou need with the hearing aid features you want.

Key features include:

Wireless Charging: You can recharge your Styletto AX hearing aids at home or on-the-go for up to 17 hours of use per charge.
Be in control: Styletto AX also give you state-of-the-art Bluetooth connectivity for Android6 and iOS devices. So you can
easily stream your phone calls, music and TV audio straight to your award-winning hearwear in high-quality digital sound.
Argumented Focus: Signia AX devices use the groundbreaking sAugmented Xperience (AX) platform with updated eWindScreen and improved AX Soundscape Processing features. AX uses two separate processors for the first time: one for sounds in focus, like your conversation partner’s voice and your own voice, the other for your surroundings.

Insio Charge&Go AX are the first custom hearing aids with lithium-ion contactless charging. Simply place Insio Charge&Go AX in the Insio Charger without worrying about any exact charging contact. Add a find out more button.

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Sandra Pierce

“Embracing my hearing has been one of the best things I’ve ever done and it’s switched my life on!“

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FAQs about hearing aids

  • What does a hearing aid do?
  • Which hearing aids can I choose from?
  • How do I know if I need a hearing aid?
  • What is the average cost of a hearing aid?
  • How can I try hearing aids risk free?
What does a hearing aid do?

A hearing aid is a small medical device designed to improve your hearing ability by amplifying sounds. It helps people with hearing loss to hear better and maintain an active and social life. Today’s hearing aids have become more technologically advanced and smaller than ever before.

Which hearing aids can I choose from?

There are many different types of hearing aids available. The most common are placed behind the ear, but there are also aids that fit inside your ear canal. And there’s also a wide selection of hearing aid brands and models to choose from.

Hearing aids are not one-size-fits-all solutions. One that’s right for you will depend on several factors, such your lifestyle. When you visit your local Hidden Hearing clinic, we can help you to find the hearing aid that’s best for you.

How do I know if I need a hearing aid?

If you think that you might have a hearing loss, you can book a hearing test with one of our hearing care experts. They’ll be able to tell you whether hearing aids could be right for you.

Take a look at the most common signs of hearing loss to see if you can recognise any of them. We recommend seeking treatment as soon as hearing loss is detected since untreated hearing loss can have a negative impact on your life.

What is the average cost of a hearing aid?

Hearing aid prices range widely depending on the model, the style and the features. We have a range of devices to suit most budgets.

How can I try hearing aids risk free?

We have a 60-day money-back guarantee. Taking the hearing aids home and wearing them as a part of your everyday routine will help you see whether they’re the right hearing aids for you. And if you’re not happy with them after 60 days, we’ll give you a full refund.

  • What is the best hearing aid today?
  • Will hearing aids help tinnitus?
  • Can hearing aids cause vertigo?
  • When should I get a hearing aid?
  • How often do hearing aids need to be replaced?
What is the best hearing aid today?

The best hearing aid for one person might not be the best hearing aid for another. There are several factors to consider when choosing the best hearing aid for you. Things like your hearing loss level and lifestyle preferences.

When you visit your local Hidden Hearing clinic for an in-depth hearing check, one of our hearing care experts will identify your hearing ability level and recommend the best treatment option for your hearing needs.

You can also take a look at our guide to finding the best hearing aid to give you an idea of which hearing aids might be a good fit for you.

Will hearing aids help tinnitus?

About 6 in 10 people experience tinnitus relief from wearing hearing aids, but the effectiveness varies from person to person. If your hearing is within normal limits and you experience hearing loss, you can also try a hearing aid that only includes a tinnitus sound generator (and no sound amplification). You can work together with your hearing care professional to find what works for you and your tinnitus.

Can hearing aids cause vertigo?

In most cases, no. In rare cases, someone with vertigo may experience that hearing aids cause pressure changes in the inner ear which affect their balance even more (vertigo is a condition where imbalances in the pressure in the inner ear cause dizziness and balance issues). But such cases are rare. Talk to your hearing care expert to learn how to adapt to your hearing aids.

When should I get a hearing aid?

Since hearing loss develops gradually, it’s not always easy to know when to seek help Knowing what the signs of hearing loss are can help you recognise the problem, and receiving a free hearing test from a hearing care expert can help you decide whether you’ll need hearing aids. Remember, annual hearing tests are just as important as visiting the dentist or optician.

How often do hearing aids need to be replaced?

We recommend that people with hearing loss get their hearing tested roughly on an annual basis – or sooner if they feel that there have been any changes in their hearing. Hearing aids themselves should be replaced about every three years.



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