Advanced remote hearing test

If you’ve never used hearing aids before and suspect that you may have hearing issues, our free online hearing test is the best place to start.

It’s designed to be as quick and easy as possible – all you need is a set of headphones and a quiet room. Once complete, one of our experienced audiologists will email you with your results and next steps.

Test your hearing online

Advanced remote hearing test

If you’re a current hearing aid user looking to upgrade, or have already been diagnosed with hearing loss using the online hearing test, our unique Hearing Assessment Box is the convenient next step.

This in-depth remote hearing test achieves the same level of accuracy as an in-person appointment at an audiology clinic, but saves you the time, effort and cost of a trip.

Delivered direct to your door, the Hearing Assessment Box includes simple step-by-step instructions, so all you need is a spare 10 minutes and a quiet room – it couldn’t be easier!

Our audiologists can then use this more detailed assessment to pre-programme your hearing aids uniquely for you. Once supplied, we’ll arrange an online video call to ensure they fit and work perfectly.

Receive a Hearing Assessment Box for free when buying your hearing aids, or order individually for a fully refundable £95*.

And remember, our experts are on hand to talk you through any stage of the process. Simply call us on 0800 054 1138, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.

Watch as Shivani, our lead audiologist, introduces you to the Hearing Assessment Box, what it contains and how it works. Then discover how we use this advanced technology to provide maximum hearing care, with minimum hassle.

Covid Safe

Our Hearing Assessment Boxes are carefully sanitised in order to keep you and your family safe in these unprecedented times.

Our team follows the guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO) and professional bodies, including the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists (BSHAA), and joint guidance from the British Academy of Audiology (BAA) and British Society of Audiology (BSA).