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      Our top 10 product bundles for hearing loss

      We’ve packaged together some of our most popular products to make life easier and more enjoyable for people with hearing loss. Whether you’re looking for a new smartphone and SIM card, conversation listener and neckloop, or flashing doorbell with vibrating pager, we’ve some great options. Check out our top 10 product bundles to help you, or a loved one, enjoy a better quality of life.

      By: Sally Bromham | 26 April 2019

      We’re constantly searching for products and technology that make life safer and easier for people with hearing loss. They’re designed to help you, or a family member, stay independent and continue doing the things you enjoy.

      We’ve bundled some of our most popular products for people with deafness and hearing loss. Whether you’re looking for a flashing doorbell with vibrating pager to know when you’ve a visitor; personal amplifier and neckloop to catch every word of the conversation; or corded and cordless amplified phones to make keeping in touch a pleasure; we’ve a bundle for you.

      Not only are our perfectly paired products a hassle-free solution, there’s often a cost saving when buying two items together rather than separately. Plus, every time you buy from us there’s a double benefit: you’ll enjoy a better quality of life, while helping fund our vital work.

      Here are our top 10 product bundles to help you, or a loved one with hearing loss, live life to the full. 

      Phonak Roger Pen and MyLink bundle

      Roger Pen and MyLink bundleThis advanced listening system will transform your ability to hear at work, at home and when you’re socialising. Enjoy superb sound quality, even in noisy environments, over distance and when several people are talking. The Roger Pen picks up sounds and transmits the signal direct to your hearing aids via the MyLink neckloop receiver. Watch our video.

      • Omni-directional – picks up amplified sound from all around
      • Directional – point it in the direction of the sound you want to hear
      • Super-directional – hear the speaker’s voice, even up to 25m away, if they’re holding or wearing the Roger Pen
      • Bluetooth compatible and connects wirelessly to your mobile phone.

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      Geemarc Opticlip and iLoop bundle

       CL7350 Opticlip TV system and iLoop BundleIf you have the TV turned up so loud that it bothers others in the room, the Opticlip wireless TV listener could be the answer. It has extra-loud volume adjustment, tone control and left/right balance for one-sided hearing loss. Plus, it doubles as a personal listener. The iLoop neckloop works with hearing aids and cochlear implants on the loop or ‘T’ setting.

      • Operating range up to 25m
      • Wireless connectivity that goes through walls
      • Built-in microphone – switch from watching TV to listening to other people in the room
      • Also amplifies your radio, MP3 player, smartphone and other audio devices.

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      Amplicall 20–6 pack doorbell and phone ring indicator

      Geemarc Amplicall 20-6 PackIf you’re worried about missing visitors or phone calls, the Amplicall 20-6 pack is a great solution. When someone rings your doorbell, the Amplicall 20 sounds loudly and the Amplicall 6 wireless smart bulb flashes brightly. When you receive a phone call, the smart bulb flashes and you get a different loud ring to tell you that someone’s on the line.

      • Low-energy 5w LED smart bulb (same brightness as a 65w bulb)
      • Choice of two brightness settings
      • Adjustable volume
      • Tone control (low/medium/high).

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      Bellman Care alert system

      B8039 Bellman Care Alert SystemIf you, or a loved one, are deaf or have hearing loss, it's all too easy to miss the phone or doorbell ringing. The Bellman care alert system has a loud ringer and flashing lights so you’ll know when someone’s at the door or on the phone.

      • Transmitter and receiver included
      • Up to 200m range
      • Doorbell can also be used as a person-to-person alerter, perfect for a care environment
      • Other home alerts can be added: fire, smoke, carbon monoxide and baby alarms.

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      Safe value alarm system

      Bellman Value packStay safe at home with this fire alarm package that’s designed to immediately wake you in the event of a fire. The ready-to-use system combines three products in one: smoke detector, alarm clock and powerful vibrating pad.

      • Transmitter and receiver included
      • Alarm clock receiver has extra-loud 100dB audible alarm, bright flash and vibrating pad
      • Audible alarm can be played via a speaker in the vibrating pad to hear it through your pillow
      • You can add extra Bellman Visit alerts or accessories.

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      Bellman Maxi Pro Bluetooth personal amplifier and TV streamer

      Bellman Maxi pro personal amplifierDo you, or a family member, find conversations, phone calls, listening to music and watching TV struggle? If so, the Bellman Maxi Pro Bluetooth personal amplifier and TV streamer is an ideal solution. It makes speech louder, clearer and easier to follow.

      • Built-in microphone
      • Volume and tone controls
      • Hearing aid-compatible
      • Operating time up to 70 hours.

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      Lifemax flashing doorbell with vibrating pager

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      Never miss a visitor again with this doorbell you can feel. You’ll be alerted, wherever you are in the house, by flashing chime, vibrations, or both. Choose from four volume levels and 52 melodies. It’s suitable for people with up to profound hearing loss.
      • Operating range of up to 250m
      • Loudness: 75dB – 85dB at 1m
      • Lightweight and compact pager
      • With no wiring, the system is easy to install.

       

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      Doro 8040 smartphone with EE SIM Card - £10 credit included

      Doro 8040 EEYou no longer have to pay for minutes you don’t need with this deaf-friendly package that comprises an EE SIM card and easy-to-use Doro 8040 smartphone with great accessibility features. The SIM card is specifically designed for people with hearing loss, offering more data, unlimited texts and fewer minutes. And, you can keep your existing phone number.

      • Maximum ringer volume 83dB
      • Increase handset volume up to 35dB
      • Hearing aid-compatible
      • SOS/Assistance button.

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      Geemarc Amplidect 295 Combo – corded and cordless phone

      Amplidect 295 combi

      Enjoy the freedom of a cordless phone and the practicality of a corded phone with the Amplidect Combi 295. It has an answerphone and three, one-touch picture memory buttons. The cordless handset means you can answer or make calls away from the main phone.

      • Maximum ringer volume 80dB
      • Increase handset volume up to 30dB
      • Hearing aid-compatible
      • Built-in answerphone.

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      Phonak hearing aid maintenance pack

      Hearing aid maintenance packTaking good care of hearing aids means they’ll last longer – saving money and reducing the number of trips to the audiologist. Plus, with fewer blockages, the sound will stay loud and clear. This great-value pack is ideal for anyone with behind-the-ear aids.

      • Air blower to remove moisture from ear mould and tubing
      • Dehumidifier and drying capsules to prevent damaging moisture build-up
      • Precision brush, wire loop tool and vent cleaner to keep hearing aids clean and safe
      • Cleansing spray and wipes to avoid itchy ears by killing off bacteria.

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      Find out more

      For full details about our product bundles, click on the ‘More Information’ button underneath each description above. Or, contact our Customer Services team for expert advice:
      Telephone 03330 144 525
      Textphone 03330 144 530
      Email solutions@hearingloss.org.uk
      Lines are open Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm.

      We’re the only UK charity with a full range of products for people living with deafness, hearing loss and tinnitus, so we’re the ideal source of impartial advice. And every purchase means that you’re helping fund research to cure hearing loss within a generation.

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