The most reliable brands and products
We are proud to offer our patients the most advanced hearing aid products on the market and for the cheapest prices, not just in Melbourne but across Australia. We stock major brands such as Phonak, Siemens, Oticon, Widex, Starkey and GN Resound. In your consultation, we will determine which hearing aids are most suitable for you. Although they come in many different models, sizes and shapes, the products can be sorted into three different categories…
Behind-the-Ear (BTE) - These devices sit behind your ear and connect to a mould placed inside the canal, which is can be designed to match the specific shape of your ear. These products have a reputation for being extremely durable and long-lasting and can suit a large number of conditions.
In the Ear (ITE) - With these hearing aids, the products are completely hidden in the ear canal. This technology allows wearers to have peace of mind knowing that the device is virtually unnoticeable to anybody else. However, as they are suited to specific ear canals, some people are unable to wear ITC products and the prices for these tend to be on the higher end of the spectrum.
During your appointments, our doctors will assess your hearing and present you with the hearing aid options that suit you. We are proud to supply a large selection of major brands from companies in Australia and around the world, with prices starting at $1500 for a basic product and ranging up to $4300 for something more advanced.
Contact us today
Don’t put it off for any longer- make an appointment at our Melbourne clinic and get one of the most professional services in Australia. Our independent, quality based approach will make the process as quick and simple as possible. Call us today on (03) 9399 9536 to talk to our professional staff and book your first session.
Best Hearing Aids
If you’re looking for the best hearing aids, Abi Hearing has a massive range of devices from top-of-the-line brands such as Phonak, Siemens, Unitron and Widex. We are absolutely committed to providing you with second-to-none services, from assessment to hearing aid purchase, all without breaking your bank!
Invisible Hearing Aids
If you need discreet, invisible hearing aids then we have a variety of devices so small and comfortable that you’ll forget they’re in your ears – and nobody else will be able to see them! With the latest advances in technology, they’re now sleeker and more compact than they ever have been with plenty of state-of-the-art hardware and software that gives these brands a high-standing industry reputation. Gone are the days where wearing hearing aids are noticed by all – now you can go about your day with zero interruptions and complete confidence knowing you’re hearing everything you need to.
Cheap Hearing Aids
The ease of access doesn’t just stop there – with many of our cheap hearing aids you’ll be able to sync them to your smartphone via Bluetooth giving you ultimate control over volume right in the palm of your hand! No matter what device you choose to enhance your hearing experience, we at Abi Hearing are confident you’ll find the perfect balance between what you both need and want. We will suggest hearing brands that best serve you at a very competitive price.
Call today on (03) 9399 9536 to speak with one of our friendly experts.
How Do I Know When to Change Hearing Aid Batteries?
Many cars benefit from their fuel tanks – although they run off the same petrol as every other car, the efficiency of the vehicle itself will depend on the rate of fuel consumption. Similarly, hearing aids come in different sizes and therefore require different batteries, so there’s no blanket rule as when to change them. Hearing aids can last for anywhere between 5 and 14 days if used on regular 16-hour per day cycles. Smaller batteries will usually indicate shorter lifespan.
However, there is a universal code for hearing aid battery sizes.
- Size 10 – Yellow
- Size 13 – Orange
- Size 312 – Brown
- Size 675 – Blue
You’ll never be left wondering when to change batteries, though – Abi Hearing’s range of digital hearing aids have a built-in low battery warning, which will sound off (usually a beeping noise) when the battery is near depletion. This is the indication that it’s time to replace the battery, otherwise the hearing aid will shut off.
You should always have extra batteries on hand so you’ll never be without hearing, in the event you’re away from home and your battery exhausts and the device shuts down.