Hummingbird provides the very best hearing aid devices from all leading manufacturers at the very best prices.

Deciding on a hearing device can be daunting task, we therefore offer a number of incentives and benefits to using our service.

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Free Hearing Tests

In the comfort of your own home.

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2 Month Money Back Trial

On all hearing aid devices

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Free After Care Service

On all hearing aid devices

Across your entire journey to hearing well again we believe peace of mind is paramount. We are proud to offer an extended warranty on all hearing instruments, so you know you can feel confident you are investing for the long term

Hearing Aids come in all different shapes and sizes. Here are some of the most common styles.

In-the-ear (ITE)

ITE hearing aids sit in the outer ear (the working parts are all contained within this earmould) and may be used for a variety of hearing losses.

Behind-the-ear (BTE)

This type of hearing aid sits behind the outer ear and connects via a plastic tube to a custom made earmould that sits in the ear canal and delivers sound into the ear

In the Canal (ITC)

Slightly larger than the completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aid but smaller than the in-the-ear (ITE) hearing aid

Completely in-the-canal (CIC)

Smaller than ITE aids, CIC hearing aids sit right in the ear canal and are less visible, but are generally less suited to more severe hearing losses.

Receiver-in-the-ear (RITE)

Their two piece design allows them to be worn comfortably behind or on top of the ear, whilst a very thin and discreet wire is connected to a tiny receiver (loudspeaker) in the ear canal.

Nano (IIC) Invisible in Canal

Nano, or “Invisible in the canal” hearing aids are the most discreet hearing aids yet. Because of their tiny size and deeper position in the ear canal, they are near invisible when worn. So comfortable in your ear, you can almost forget that you’re wearing one.

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Currently, we are advised to minimise contact with clients as much as we can. If something can be done without a face to face interaction, and particularly avoiding interaction within the 2m social distancing area, then it should be done remotely.

Where face to face contact is necessary, before that takes place, we need to ascertain risk. That means we ask you some questions specific to Covid-19 (a triage questionnaire), your potential exposure and infection risk.