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Discreet Hearing Aid Brands 

Performance, comfort, and freedom with top rated hearing aid brands at Hear Pure.

Tell At Hear Pure, we believe in offering options that fit your lifestyle, your level of hearing loss, and your budget — discreet hearing aid. To achieve that goal, we work with trusted hearing aid brands from around the world. Not sure which brands are best-suited for your needs? After our hearing loss assessment, we’ll recommend hearing aid brands and models that will help you regain your quality of life.

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Take this 3-minute hearing screener so we can identify your hearing needs and brands which will best suit you.

Oticon
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Oticon was founded in 1904 on the principle that people should come first, and that communication could be free and natural, even for those with hearing loss. The company’s hearing aids feature innovative technology and unique designs, which have allowed Oticon to become one of the top-rated hearing aid manufacturers in the world.

Phonak
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Based in Switzerland, Phonak is one of the largest and most respected hearing aid manufacturers in the world. The company operates in 100 different countries and delivers cutting-edge solutions to hearing loss that include not just advanced hearing aid designs, but also smart apps, rechargeable batteries, and ultra-invisible hearing aids that are almost completely undetectable when worn.

Signia
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Signia is just one brand of hearing aid manufactured by Sivantos, Inc. Other well-recognized brands include Siemens and Rexton. Signia hearing aids offer excellent performance and are available in a wide range of styles to suit your needs. In addition, the company also develops solutions to help treat sufferers dealing with tinnitus.

Starkey
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Starkey is based in Minnesota and is an American-owned hearing aid manufacturer with a long history of designing and manufacturing reliable, comfortable hearing devices. Today, Starkey delivers hearing aid styles ranging from full-shell conventional models to invisible hearing aids, and includes wireless technology, as well as hearing and activity tracking capabilities.