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Phonak hearing aids

UK Hearing Care can offer competitive prices on a wide range of styles of Phonak hearing aids. The recommendation will be the best products for your needs, depending on your lifestyle and your personal hearing requirements. Starting from £695, UK Hearing Care will only dispense the latest products from each manufacturer. UK Hearing Care never use older, out-dated technology. Please contact UK Hearing Care for more information or for a quotation for a specific hearing aid.

The Audeo V from Phonak

Audeo V – Avaialble in four technology levels 90, 70, 50 and 30.

Audeo V is the smallest, most discreet RIC (Receiver-in-the-Canal) available from Phonak. Its automatic functions, tiny housing size, and Venture processor combine to provide a discreet, yet powerful hearing aid. The Audeo V is a popular choice for users who require a discreet fitting, but do not want to compromise on performance or features.

Pros:

  • Really small housing looks very discreet on the ear. Full range of technology levels in a small housing. Receivers are small and comfortable and are guaranteed for life.

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The Bolero V from Phonak

Bolero V – Available in four technology levels 90, 70, 50 and 30

Bolero is the new name from Phonak for their standard BTE (Behind-the-Ear) range. Its automatic functions, small housing size, and Venture processor provide a standard BTE. It is quite inconspicuous yet powerful. Bolero V BTE’s are available in three technology levels: the 90, the 70, and the 50. This makes Bolero a popular choice for existing users or those who value performance over cosmetics.

Pros:

  • Full range of features on all models; switches, wireless, volume controls, and T-Coils are all available.

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The Naida Q from Phonak

Naida Q is available in four technology levels: 90, 70, 50 and 30

Naida is the powerful BTE (Behind-the-Ear) hearing aid from Phonak. The original roots of Phonak are in paediatric audiology, where power is the main requirement. The result is that Phonak leads the way in power applications. The Naida Q is the latest model of the range and is now available in four technology levels. There are two styles of BTE, as well as a smaller RIC.

Pros:

  • Power with control. Advanced features even on a power aid, available in all technology levels, and a small, discreet casing.

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The Virto V from Phonak

Virto V is available in four technology levels 90,70, 50 and 30

Virto is the new name of the ITE (In-the-Ear) hearing aid range, including the smallest, most discreet in the ear solution available: the Nano. Based on the new Venture processor, it is an inconspicuous yet powerful hearing aid. This makes Virto a popular choice for first-time and existing users.

Pros:

  • The Nano is very discreet once in the ear.

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About Phonak

Phonak is a Swiss manufacturer who is part of the Sonova Group. Sonova also own the hearing aid manufacturer Unitron.

Phonak ranks within the top three digital hearing aid manufacturers in the world. Their technology is arguably the best in the world and their product design is innovative. They have been in business for over 50 years and are represented in more than 100 countries worldwide.

In 2014 Phonak upgraded their whole product range to incorporate a much faster microchip: the current Venture Platform. The newer and much better models are identified by the letter V (for example, Audeo V90).

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