Where to buy a hearing aid in the UK
Below is a list of some of the hearing aid sellers in the UK. I’ve listed the major high-street chains but there are also many, many independent audiologists and sellers operating all over the UK as well.
Specsavers have hearing centres in more than 600 of their branches. I’ve found that this normally means that they have an audiologist onsite on certain days, depending on how popular the store is – I’ve asked in some branches and the audiologist is only in once day every two weeks, other branches it’s twice a week. You can book an appointment online. To find your nearest hearing centre, go here.
Hidden Hearing have been providing hearing aids for over 35 years, they have 75 stores nationwide. Their website is here. You can find your nearest store by going here. You can book an appointment at a branch or a Hidden Hearing audiologist can visit you at home, look here for more info.
The Hearing Company have been providing hearing aids for 50 years. They have over 400 outlets nationwide, mostly within opticians such as: Scrivens, Ronald Brown, Dollond and Aitchison and Conlons. You can find your nearest store here or visit their main website.
Amplifon have brances throughout the UK, you can find your nearest by going here. You can make an appointment with them online. They also have a nice online hearing test on their website.
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