Invisible Hearing Aids

Phonak Virto B-Titanium

Phonak Virto B-Titanium

Virto B-Titanium is the smallest Phonak in-the-ear hearing aid ever. It’s so discreet that nobody will see how well you can hear. Available in two different technology levels – Virto B90 and Virto B70.

With the strength and durability of a medical-grade titanium shell as this as paper, Virto B-Titanium is a durable, water-resistant hearing device, custom-made to fit perfectly in your ear.


Starkey SoundLens Synergy

Starkey SoundLens Synergy

SoundLens Synergy is the most-advanced invisible hearing aid on the market. Custom fit to your exact needs and unique ear canal shape, they rest comfortably deep in your ear, so only you know they’re there. And though tiny, SoundLens Synergy come loaded with all of the leading technology.


Oticon IIC

Oticon IIC

Oticon’s IIC hearing instrument combines Oticon’s most advanced audiology and wireless connectivity in the smallest form factor possible.


GN Resound Enya

GN Resound Enya

ReSound Enya delivers excellent sound quality and speech understanding in discreet, durable designs.  It’s wireless, so that means you can stream your favorite sound directly to your hearing aids with the 2.4 GHz wireless accessories.  And you can control them with the Resound Control app.


Unitron Stride IIC

Unitron Stride IIC

Unitron Stride IIC is the smallest custom device in the Stride Pro series.


Bernafon Acriva IIC

Bernafon Acriva IIC

Bernafon’s Acriva Invisible-In-the-Canal (IIC) hearing instrument is an extremely small, easy-to-use solution for those who value discreetness. There are additional benefits too from its deep placement in the ear canal. The Acriva IIC – a solution with cosmetic appeal plus real user advantages.


Let's discuss your hearing needs

Arrange a hearing test and consultation

Request a call back

Please complete the below form and one of our friendly staff will call you shortly
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Hearing tests check a person's ability to hear the loudness and pitch of sounds. Some reasons why you may need a hearing test include ringing in your ears, others companing that you talk too loud or watch the TV on high volume, or simply you have trouble hearing conversations.

While there's no replacement for a consultation with a hearing-care expert, our free online hearing screening can provide some quick and useful feedback about your hearing. The screening should be carried out in quite space and all you need is a pair of headphones!

Type your details to start your free hearing test