Invisible in the Canal

Invisible in the Canal (IIC) is the smallest and most discreet style of hearing aids available.  Unnoticeable even on those with little or no hair to hide them.

From £1295

Virto Q Nano (90,70, 50)

From £1295
  • Pros:
  • Completely unnoticeable.
  • For gents, no comb over required to hide it.
  • Fully automatic, no buttons.
  • Optional mini remote control.
  • Cons:
  • Small batteries (3 day battery life approx.)
  • Not compatible with bluetooth products.
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From £795

Ria Pro / Ria

From £795
  • Pros:
  • Oticon's "Essential" hearing aid technology in it's tiniest size.
  • Small and discreet. Nobody will notice you are wearing them.
  • Fits mild to moderate losses.
  • Cons:
  • Smaller batteries mean shorter battery life than some hearing aids.
  • Not compatible with Oticon's Bluetooth devices.
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From £895

Quantum 2 10

From £895
  • Pros:
  • Unitron's essential level micro CIC is ultimately an IIC.
  • It is tiny, discreet and very comfortable.
  • Only you will be aware of it.
  • Excellent performance for less demanding environments.
  • Not compatible with Unitron Bluetooth devices.
  • Cons:
  • Speech in noise not as good as Unitron's more advanced technology.
  • Arthritic fingers may struggle with bot aid and the batteries it uses.
  • Battery life approx 3 days.
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From £1995

SoundLens 110

From £1995
  • Pros:
  • As small as a hearing aid can be.
  • Premium technology from Starkey.
  • Unnoticeable to others.
  • Advanced noise reduction technology.
  • Cons:
  • Doesn't have directional microphones.
  • Doesn't have wireless connectivity.
  • Small batteries, but you wanted a small aid, right?
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From £1495

SoundLens 70

From £1495
  • Pros:
  • Advanced technology from Starkey in IIC (Invisible in the Canal) style.
  • As small as a hearing aid can be.
  • Invisible to others.
  • Advanced noise reduction technology.
  • Cons:
  • Does not have wireless technology.
  • Does not have directional microphones.
  • Small battery, but you wanted a small aid, right?
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From £1195

IIC 5

From £1195
  • Pros:
  • Advanced Widex technology in its tiniest form.
  • Small, comfortable and virtually unnoticeable to others.
  • No buttons to press. Just put them in and get on with your life.
  • Excellent speech in noise performance.
  • Cons:
  • The tiny size might be a problem for those with arthritic fingers.
  • So might the batteries.
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From £1595

Verso 9

From £1595
  • Pros:
  • Premium technology from Resound in it's smallest form.
  • Tiny. discreet and very comfortable.
  • Nobody will know you are wearing them.
  • Excellent speech in noise performance.
  • Cons:
  • Smaller battery means shorter battery life than larger models.
  • Not bluetooth compatible.
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From £1295

Verso 7

From £1295
  • Pros:
  • Advanced technology from Resound in it's smallestsize.
  • Tiny. discreet and very comfortable.
  • Nobody will know you are wearing them.
  • Excellent speech in noise performance.
  • Cons:
  • Batteries will be too small and fiddly for some.
  • Too small to fit directional microphones.
  • Not compatible with Resound wireless devices.
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