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OutsideClinic's best hearing aids of 2024

At OutsideClinic, we pride ourselves on offering some of the best hearing aids on the UK market, tailored to meet all needs and preferences.

Our selection includes hearing aids for everyone from young professionals to elderly and seniors, catering to mild to severe hearing loss.

We offer a range of hearing aids to suit different needs, whether you're looking for advanced technology, great sound quality, discreet options, budget-friendly options, battery-powered or rechargeable hearing aids, our expert audiologists are here to help you find the perfect match.

Plus, we offer the convenience of home hearing appointments, ensuring you receive the best care right where you need it.

1. Widex SmartRIC

From £3,250 per pair

The Widex SmartRIC is designed to sit higher on the ear, which reduces wind and touch noise significantly.

It’s a powerhouse in terms of battery life, providing 8 hours of use from a quick 30-minute charge or a full day from a single 4-hour charge.

This makes it ideal for those with active lifestyles who need a reliable and fast-charging solution.

  • Fitting type: BTE (behind-the-ear)
  • Battery: Rechargeable
  • Bluetooth: Yes

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2. Signia Silk Charge&Go

From £2,850 per pair

The Signia Silk Charge&Go is suitable for any level of hearing loss and can be discreetly fitted during your hearing test, which means you can be tested and have your hearing aids fitted all in one appointment.

This rechargeable, ultra-discreet, ready-to-wear hearing aid ensures clear speech understanding and is virtually invisible when worn. It’s perfect for those seeking a seamless hearing experience without the wait.

  • Fitting type: CIC (completely-in-canal)
  • Battery: Rechargeable
  • Bluetooth: Yes

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3. Widex Moment Sheer

From £3,250 per pair

The Widex Moment Sheer combines elegance with advanced functionality. Its slim and light design is complemented by a case that not only charges but also cleans the hearing aids.

It connects effortlessly with both iOS and Android devices, ensuring you stay connected with ease.

This hearing aid is perfect for tech-savvy users who value design and functionality.

  • Fitting type: RIC (receiver-in-canal)
  • Battery: Rechargeable
  • Bluetooth: Yes

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4. Signia Insio Charge&Go

From £2,850 per pair

The Insio Charge&Go offers a custom, comfortable fit, tailored precisely to your ear's unique shape.

It includes a motion sensor that adapts the sound based on whether you're moving or stationary.

Available in both rechargeable and battery-powered versions, this hearing aid provides flexibility and customisation for a truly personalised hearing experience.

Ideal for those seeking a flexible solution for their hearing needs.

  • Fitting type: ITC (in-the-canal) and CIC (completely-in-canal)
  • Battery: Rechargeable
  • Bluetooth: Yes

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5. Signia Intuis

From £1,500 per pair

The Signia Intuis is the best cheap hearing aid option for those seeking quality on a budget. This hearing aid delivers excellent value and dependable performance for its affordable price.

It comes with batteries, so there's no need to worry about charging.

Suitable for all levels of hearing loss, it's an outstanding choice for anyone looking for good value and reliable functionality at an affordable price.

  • Fitting type: BTE (behind-the-ear)
  • Battery: Battery-powered
  • Bluetooth: Yes

See all Signia hearing aids

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