Hearing Aid Prices

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High-Performance & Capable Features
$2K - $5K Per pair
Less $1022.22 with MoH funding
  • Hearing Aid Satisfaction Guarantee​
  • Acoustic environment sensors
  • Few devices have streaming/Bluetooth
  • Capable sound processing
  • Capable speech in noise ability
  • Limited rechargeable options


Superior-Performance & Advanced Features
$5K - $7K Per pair
Less $1022.22 with MoH funding
  • Hearing Aid Satisfaction Guarantee​
  • Acoustic environment sensors
  • Many devices have streaming/Bluetooth
  • Advanced sound processing
  • Advanced speech in noise ability
  • Some rechargeable options
  • Natural sounding own-voice
  • Tinnitus noise therapy signals
  • Directional microphones
  • Artificial intelligence assistant


Ultra-Performance & Ultimate Features
$7K - $9K Per pair
Less $1022.22 with MoH funding
  • Hearing Aid Satisfaction Guarantee​
  • Acoustic environment sensors
  • Most devices have streaming/Bluetooth
  • Ultimate sound processing
  • Ultimate speech in noise ability
  • Plenty of rechargeable options
  • Real-time natural sounding own-voice
  • Tinnitus notch and noise therapy signals
  • Sophisticated directional microphones
  • Artificial intelligence assistant
  • Enhanced high-frequency sound processing
  • Reverberant environment management

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Hearing Aid Satisfaction Guarantee​

We go to great lengths to ensure you are delighted with your hearing solution and support you through every step of your hearing journey.

Lifetime Partnership

When you choose to become a client of Ear Health, we see it as a lifetime partnership. That’s why we include the following services at no extra cost for the lifetime (maximum six years) of the original purchaser’s hearing aid(s). This will save you up to $2,482.

Included Free ServicesValue Up To
All follow-up fitting appointments.$540
A once-yearly hearing aid clean and check.$360
A once-yearly full diagnostic hearing test.$540
Free earwax removal as required.$450
Replacement hearing aid moulds as required.$592
Total Lifetime Value Up To$2,482

100% NZ Owned and Operated

We are passionate about caring for the communities that make New Zealand great. We understand that their support keeps us going and that our success wouldn’t be possible without them. 

30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

If for any reason, you are not satisfied with your hearing aids in the first 30 days, we will give you a no questions asked full refund of the purchase price.

Free Earwax Removal

If you buy hearing aids at Ear Health, we provide free ongoing earwax removal for the original purchaser for the life of the hearing aids.

Manufacturer Backed Warranty

We’ll help you understand what your warranty will cover and gladly assist in the event of a warranty claim.

Hearing aids come with a warranty of two or three years, depending on the terms set by the manufacturer. Accessories (e.g. TV devices, streamers, remote controls, chargers) and rechargeable batteries have a 12-month warranty.

View the terms and conditions that apply to the Hearing Aid Satisfaction Guarantee.

Find the Perfect Style for You

We have a vast range of hearing aids in various styles and colours. We have the solution, whether you’re looking for something to suit an active lifestyle or a discreet option.

BTE hearing aid on womans ear
RIC hearing aid on mans ear
ITC hearing aid in womans ear
CIC hearing aid in woman's ear

What Do You Pay For When Buying a Hearing Aid?

When purchasing a new hearing aid, don’t assume the device price tag is the only consideration for your overall costs.

You may wonder why the value of a hearing aid does not appear to be in the sum of its physical parts. We often value items, like jewellery, by the material elements they contain.

However, the value of a hearing aid goes far beyond its components.

Consider the advanced technology and research that goes into creating a device that can improve your hearing and ultimately enhance your quality of life.

Additional costs may be associated with fitting, programming, and maintaining the device over time.

Are services for the wearer, like annual hearing tests and earwax removal, included in the price of the devices?

Will you see the same audiologist at your follow-up appointments?

Considering these factors is essential when deciding which hearing aid provider suits you.

Remember, investing in your hearing health is an investment in yourself and your future experiences.

Hearing Aids Require Services to Support the Wearer

In addition to manufacturing the device, hearing aids require many services to work optimally for the wearer.

The services include:

  • full diagnostic hearing tests
  • fitting and setting up the hearing aid
  • personalised counselling
  • follow-up adjustments and tuning
  • replacement moulds (if applicable)
  • cleaning and servicing
  • repairs.

That’s why it’s vitally important you understand what’s included with the purchase of hearing aids.

At Ear Health, you’ll never wonder what services and support you are entitled to or how to access them. 

Hearing Aids Do More Than Amplify Sound

Most people think a hearing aid amplifies sound. However, they do much more than that. 

Modern hearing aids take all the sounds in the environment and process them to help you understand speech.

You’ll be able to hear conversations better, watch TV without turning up the volume too high, and listen to music without distortion.

Hearing Aids Are Medical Devices

One key difference is hearing aids are medical devices regulated by Medsafe, the New Zealand Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Authority.

A large percentage of the value of hearing aids is the technology they contain and the personal support behind the medical device to ensure it functions optimally for you.

Hearing Aid Manufacturers Invest in Research and Development

Hearing aid manufacturers invest in research and development to improve the real-world performance of hearing aids and widen their appeal.

One example is Sonova which owns Phonak, Unitron and Hansaton. In the 2020/21 financial year, Sonova invested 177.9 million Swiss Francs or 290.7 million New Zealand Dollars in research and development (R&D).

At least five other manufacturers compete with Sonova, collectively known as the big six, and all invest similarly in R&D.

Ron Trounson
Ron Trounson
Ron Trounson holds a Master of Audiology (with Distinction) from the University of Canterbury. He has been in the hearing industry since 2010 and has a broad knowledge of ear disorders, hearing loss, hearing aids and specialised hearing devices.

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