Purchase your hearing aid batteries today from UK Hearing Care
While UK Hearing Care do offer an array of visible and invisible hearing aids, they are also stockists of hearing aid batteries
United Kingdom (PRUnderground) June 13th, 2013
Suffering from a hearing impairment can be a stressful experience, one which can become aggravating if you do not have a hearing aid which is fit for the job. If you are in need of an upgrade on your hearing aid and want to benefit from the best customer service, look no further than UK Hearing Care.
Boasting an approach of complete clarity, their aim is to help you get the best product possible at a price you will not believe. While they do offer an array of visible and invisible hearing aids, they are also stockists of hearing aid batteries; purchasing your batteries through them removes the bother of having to find the appropriate products in your supermarket or local stores, with the right batteries readily available to order in a no-nonsense service.
The Rayovac Zinc batteries are exactly what you need to keep your hearing aid powered, offering high performance thanks to their incorporation of Zinc Air Chemistry. Using oxygen from the atmosphere as part of its power, it means they pack an extended life despite their size and weight. They aren’t activated until a plastic tab is taken off the back, meaning that you can buy a bulk load and leave them in a safe place to access whenever you need them. Priced at just £1.50 a pack, they also offer superb value.
To purchase batteries, or perhaps to look at an upgrade on your existing hearing aid, be sure to visit the UK hearing Care website today.
About UK Hearing Care
UK Hearing Care have teamed up with AgeUK to form AgeUK Hearing Aids, providing a complete service that will make solving your hearing difficulties easier and more effective than ever before. We’ll guide you through the process from start to finish – whether that’s in the comfort of your own home, or at a handy location close to you. We work with local community independent opticians, health and mobility centres and a number of NHS Primary Care Trusts throughout the country.