Best Hearing Aids of 2024

The Best New Hearing Aids of 2024

Updated 2024

2024 is a ground-breaking year for the hearing industry, marked by the introduction of exciting new hearing aid models and cutting-edge hearing technologies. Artificial intelligence advancements, Auracast broadcast technology, low-energy connectivity and personal control will ensure the 2024 line of new hearing aids seamlessly fit into your life and budget.

Best Hearing Aids of 2024

Our top hearing aids for 2024 set the benchmark for sound quality in noisy environments, captivating design delivering both comfort and discretion. Each new model offers unique proprietary hearing technology which sets it apart from the competition.

These are our 6 Best hearing aids of 2024

  1. Starkey Genesis AI — Starkey's all-new design is powered by the fastest processor ever — and is now waterproof

  2. Signia Silk IX — tiny, rechargeable & instant-fit without any fuss or waiting times

  3. Phonak Lumity Slim — unique ergonomic shape with unique left & right design powered by award-winning Lumity

  4. Oticon Intent — world’s first 4D Sensor technology, incorporating head & body movement, plus acoustic environment

  5. ReSound Nexia — ReSound's smallest, most feature-packed hearing aid, ready for future connectivity with Auracast

  6. Widex SmartRIC — elevated on the ear and engineered for improved microphone angles

From $2,720

Starkey Genesis AI

Starkey Genesis - Best Hearing Aids of 2024

All-new processor

Starkey Genesis hearing aids are powered by Starkey's Neuro Processor, which mimics the function of the central auditory system through a Deep Neural Network.

All-new design

Starkey Genesis AI features a new sleek, discreet and stylish aesthetic design that is durable and comfortable for all-day wear &ndash and is now waterproof.

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From $2,690

Signia Silk IX

Signia Silk IX - Best Hearing Aids of 2024

Discreet & ready wear

Signia Silk IX rechargeable CIC hearing aids are discreet, instant fit without any fuss or waiting times and now the added convenience of rechargeability for all-day listening.

Unleash the power of conversation

Signia Silk IX hearing aids feature RealTime Conversation Enhancement technology so can hear multiple conversation clearly, no matter how lively the conversation gets or when people move around.

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From $1,945

Phonak Lumity Slim

Phonak Lumity Slim - Best Hearing Aids of 2024

Hearing never looked better

Lumity Slim hearing aids combine a modern, sleek design with state-of-the-art hearing performance.

Stylish on the outside. Smart on the inside.

Phonak Slim makes no compromise between design and performance, enabling you to hear and to be seen when and how you want to.

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From $2,485

Oticon Intent

Oticon Intent - Best Hearing Aids of 2024

World’s first user-intent sensors

Oticon Intent hearing aids incorporate information from head and body movement, conversation activity and the acoustic environment into the world’s first 4D Sensor technology.

Packed with innovations

Oticon Intent features a new sleek design, improved rechargeability, a self-calibrating speaker, two new colour options, 4 performance levels, and much more.

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From $2,145

ReSound Nexia

ReSound Nexia - Best Hearing Aids of 2024

Smaller than ever

You almost forget you’re wearing hearing aids with ReSound Nexia, with its discreet ellipse-shape and soft, symmetrical lines which sits comfortably behind your ears.

Ready for future of connectivity

ReSound Nexia supports the latest Bluetooth LE Audio standard as Bluetooth Auracast™, the new audio broadcasting system technology. Bluetooth LE Audio offers higher sound quality with significantly lower battery consumption.

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From $1,795

Widex Moment SmartRIC

Widex Moment SmartRIC - Best Hearing Aids of 2024

Improved angle for better focus

Widex Moment SmartRIC hearing aids are elevated on the ear and engineered for improved microphone angles. The hearing aid's unique shape directs focus where it is needed most, homes in on what truly matters in any sound environment.

One week off the grid

SmartRIC is the Widex's longest-lasting rechargeable hearing aid, with up to 37 hours on a single charge. In addition, the smart-charging case offers five full charges and fits right into your pocket or small bag, delivering hassle-free charging more than one week.

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Adrienne Blechman, Principal Audiologist

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Principal Audiologist

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What to look for when purchasing new hearing aids

When considering new hearing aids, there are several factors to take into account to ensure you choose the right ones for your needs.

Here are some key considerations:

  • Hearing Assessment – Determine your current hearing levels and specific needs via hearing assessment conducted by an hearing practitioner.

  • Type and Severity of Hearing Loss – Understand the type and severity of your hearing loss, as this will impact the type of hearing aids recommended.

  • Style and Design – Choose a style that suits your preferences and comfort, whether it's the popular receiver-in-canal (RIC), behind-the-ear (BTE), in-the-ear (ITE), completely-in-the-canal (CIC), or other options.

  • Technology Level – Consider the technology level based on your lifestyle and communication needs. Higher-end models include advanced features like noise reduction, motions sensors, AI, app control, Bluetooth connectivity, and more.

  • Hearing Aid Features – Look for features that align with your lifestyle, such as directional microphones, telecoil compatibility, rechargeable batteries, smartphone connectivity, and custom programming options.

  • Connectivity – Check if the hearing aids can connect to devices like smartphones, allowing for easy adjustment of settings, streaming audio, and taking calls directly through the hearing aids.

  • Battery Life and Type – Consider whether you prefer disposable or rechargeable batteries. Rechargeable options are hassle-free, convenient and environmentally friendly, while disposable batteries may be preferred by some users.

  • Fit and Comfort – Ensure the hearing aids fit comfortably and securely. The right fit is crucial for both effectiveness and comfort.

  • Trial Period – Check if there is a trial period offered by the hearing provider. This allows you to test the hearing aids in various environments and situations to ensure they meet your expectations.

  • Cost and Rebates – Understand the full cost of the hearing aids and any additional expenses for accessories or follow-up appointments. Check with your private health insurance to see if hearing aids are covered. You may be eligible for rebates under the Hearing Services Program, NDIS, WorkSafe, Home Care Packages and JobAccess.

  • Warranty and Support – Inquire about the manufacturer warranty, warranty for loss and damage, plus ongoing care and support services.

Choose from three main styles of hearing aids

  • Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) – most popular style offering full features, robust design with light-weight comfort and discretion.

  • Behind-the-Ear (BTE) – typically a bit larger and more powerful than RIC models for more significant hearing losses, with a custom mould for a secure fit.

  • Custom – custom made to the shape of your unique ear canal, can be made invisible but may compromise on certain features, such as Bluetooth streaming.
Hearing Aid Styles - Discounted at HEARING SAVERS

The most common type of hearing aid is the Receiver-in-Canal (RIC) style. RIC hearing aids have components behind your ear with a very thin wire attached to a tiny speaker that goes in your ear canal. RIC models do not block your ear, allowing you to hear sounds that can you detect normally, while amplifying important speech. RIC aid styles are suitable for people with a wide range of hearing loss, from mild to profound.

Smaller Custom hearing aids sit inside your ear canal and work well for mild or moderate hearing loss, while a larger Behind-the-Ear (BTE) hearing aids are usually better suited to severe or profound hearing loss. Our hearing specialists can help you choose a style that will work for you.

SAVE more than your hearing

To find out more about these exciting new hearing aid models, contact HEARING SAVERS on ☎ 1800 00 4327