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Introduction to Puretone Hearing Aids

Puretone (Official Website) are manufacturers of digital and analogue hearing aids. They also specialise in tinnitus management systems, in-ear monitors for musicians, as well as earmoulds for swimmers and noise protection plugs for music enthusiasts.

History

Established in 1976 and based in Kent, Puretone have become a renowned supplier of audiological equipment and custom ear protection. Originally based in Tonbridge, the company was founded by providing equipment and accessories to the UK audiological market. They now supply companies in more than 60 countries worldwide and are Europe’s largest manufacturer of tinnitus relief products.

Range of Products

As well as providing the audiology world with equipment and everyday consumables, Puretone also provide a range of customer products including; custom ear plugs for a range of activities (swim plugs, musician’s plugs, shooting protection etc.) and hearing aid cleaning products, including wipes, brushes, wax traps and dry/sterilising boxes

Innovations

Puretone’s most successful product, and one that has yet to be effectively matched, is their ever-popular CENS Hearing Protection, for gun enthusiasts. CENS earplugs are the industry standard and used by hobbyists and professionals alike.

Awards

Puretone have received the AIHHP Best Accessory award a number of times

Puretone CENS Gun Protectors

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AIHHP Golden Globes On the 22nd and 23rd of November 2019, AIHHP (the Association of Independent Hearing Healthcare Professionals) celebrated their 25th anniversary with their annual conference and Golden Globes Award ceremony. This year saw the largest attendance since AIHHP’s inception; and the delegates were treated to an amazing weekend! As always, Friday was the… Read more »

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