Invisible Hearing Aid - the new Intigai from
9 March 2012
Leightons HearingCare are proud to work with some of the world's
most innovative hearing aid manufacturers. Every year technology
develops, and miniaturization enables hearing aid design to become
smaller and smaller. CC
Oticon's most invisible hearing solution ever. Oticon
Intigai is designed to be unnoticeable to everyone,
including the wearer themselves.
Intigai is specially designed and shaped to fit
comfortably inside the ear canal so that no one can see it, or even
realise it is being worn. Leaving the wearer with all the benefits
and enjoyment of fabulous hearing but without drawing any attention
to a hearing loss.
Oticon say that Intigai is designed in such a way
that it is not only out of sight, but also out of mind. Using the
natural curvature of the ear, Oticon Intigai captures
sound in the same way that our ears were designed to do.
Intigai gently preserves and amplifies sounds so that
hearing is always clear - and wearers are free to participate
confidently in all communication situations.
As Intigai fits invisibly in the ear, wearers are
free to use all the latest modern day devices such as telephones,
TV and iPods with total freedom.
At Leightons HearingCare we continually focus on offering the
very latest hearing aid technologies from the world leading hearing
aid manufacturers. It goes without saying that we have a great
range of modern hearing devices at affordable prices but when it
comes to invisible hearing aids Intigai from Oticon
really is one of the most exciting developments to hit the market
Keep an eye on the Oticon Hearing
Aids section on www.leightonshearingcare.co.uk,
for the detailed product specifications and images and to pre-book
an appointment to find out more call us for a FREE HEARING
For more information on "Oticon Intigai" call
Leightons HearingCare on freephone 0800 40 20 20, or book your free
hearing aid demonstration online and we reserve your
appointment for you.
Leightons relaunches the website
1st February, 2012
Leightons HearingCare relaunches www.leightonshearingcare.co.uk.
The new website is not only a new design, but also packed with lots
of features to make the users hearingcare journey a better
On the new website, users can now directly interact with the
Leightons HearingCare experts on the "Ask An Expert" section. Uers
can ask any questions, they might have about hearing loss, hearing
aids, or hearing care in general, and the Leightons experts shall
provide a prompt, no obligation answer via email.
The website now provides more richer content, with 360 degree
product views, information booklet download options and detailed
The users can now also book the Leightons Free Hearing
Test or Free Hearing Aid
4 November 2011
Leightons HearingCare is pleased to announce the Oticon Intiga
Special Offer* - £ 150 Off on Oticon Intiga Range.
Quote Code INTOFF150 at any of our 34 Branches and you get,
Free Hearing Test
£ 150 0ff on Oticon Intiga Hearing Aids
Free 5 Years Battery Supply
Free 5 Years Warranty & Aftercare
30 Day Money Back Gurantee
Terms & Conditions
The offer is valid at all the Leightons HearingCare branches till
the 31st December, 2011This offer cannot be combined with any other
offer, promotions or discounts
During your Free assessment if the Leightons HearingCare
Audiologist evaluates that the Oticon Intiga is not an appropriate
Hearing Aid Device for your specific requirements, the Discount
Code can be applied to other Hearing Aid Devices within the same
range as Intiga.
Please call us now on 0800 280 2550 or fill up the contact form to
book your Free Hearing Test & Product Demonstration. Kindly
quote the Code: INTOFF150.
29 September 2011
Leightons HearingCare is proud to offer the newly launched
Oticon Intiga range at all their stores - starting immediately.
Oticon's Intiga is the world's smallest, fully wireless hearing
device and has been tailored to maximize the first-time user's
hearing enjoyment and minimize the time and effort often required
to adapt to the experience of amplified sound. Everything about
Intiga, from its discreet appearance to its automatic signal
processing capability, is designed to maximize a successful fitting
for the first time user.
Intiga is suitable for people with mild to moderate hearing
loss. The advanced binaural processing supports the way brain
processes sound making it easy to distinguish voices and follow
conversations. In terms of design, Intiga is the most discreet,
comfortable and easy to handle wireless Receiver in the Ear (RITE)
hearing instrument due to its naturally rounded shape and clean
The device is currently available in 3 technology levels which
make adapting to amplified speech sounds quick and easy. The
features for all these 3 levels are listed below:
• Oticon Intiga 10: Speech Guard, Spatial Noise Management,
Binaural Processing, Binaural Synchronization, Multiband Adaptive
Directionality, Tristate Noise Management, Five Identities and 10
• Oticon Intiga 8: Binaural Synchronization, Multiband Adaptive
Directionality, TriState Noise Management, Three Identities and 8
• Oticon Intiga 6: Singleband Adaptive Directionality, Modulation
Noise Management, Three Identities and 8 KHz Bandwidth.
The Intiga range comes with Bluetooth capabilities that allow
the user to wirelessly connect to cell phones with the addition of
the Oticon Streamer. The integration with Oticon ConnectLine,
allows audio signals from devices like televisions and landline
phones to be streamed directly to the hearing instruments.
Contact any of the Leightons HearingCare Branches for a FREE
Oticon Intiga Hearing Aid Demonstration. Call on 0800 280 2550 to
book a Product Demonstration or fill the form, here and
the Leightons HearingCare team will call you back.
28 April 2011
Leightons HearingCare has always endeavoured to support
charities that help people suffering with hearing loss and carry
out deafness research. In light of Deaf Awareness Week (2-8 May),
Leightons HearingCare has decided to support the event by donating
£3 to national charity Deafness Research UK for every hearing aid sold or hearing
assessment undertaken throughout the month of May.
"We are extremely grateful to Leightons HearingCare for offering
to support us in this way," explained Vivienne Michael, Chief
Executive of Deafness Research UK. "Deaf Awareness Week is an
important milestone in our fundraising calendar and anything we can
do to increase awareness of Deafness while raising much needed
funds the better. We have recently launched a new free leaflet on
helping people to hear better and such work would not be possible
without the help of companies like Leightons and we really do
appreciate their efforts on our behalf."
Deafness Research UK has several projects underway aimed at both
combating and supporting those suffering from hearing loss and
tinnitus, with awareness campaigns in particular aimed at warning
of the dangers of loud music delivered via the ear buds of MP3
players. This year's Deaf Awareness Week is an opportunity for
Leightons HearingCare and Deafness Research UK to come together to
promote the serious issues relating to hearing loss.
"Leightons Hearing Care is only too pleased to be able to offer
some help to Deafness Research UK and we are looking forward to
supporting them throughout May," said Ryan Leighton from Leightons
HearingCare. "We believe Leightons is the best place for people to
come and talk about hearing and we seek to support the local
communities in which we live and work, so helping a national
charity for Deaf Awareness Week seemed a great way to help our
customers and the charity's research at the same time and we are
looking forward to working with the charity in May."
There has never been a better time to get your hearing checked.
Contact Leightons HearingCare this May on 0800 40 20 20 for
in-store hearing tests
and help Deafness Research UK continue their effort at both
combating and supporting those suffering from hearing loss and
19 April 2011
Leightons HearingCare is proud to announce the new range of
Phonak Ceramic digital hearing aids. These high-tech ceramics are
now available for the first time ever. The space age materials are
already extensively used in high- end luxury consumer goods,
aerospace applications and medical implants, and now in Phonak
digital hearing aids.
High-tech ceramics is one of the most exciting materials to emerge
for decades thanks to advances in material engineering and
processing technologies. This advance has enabled the development
of products that offer superb performance combined with aesthetic
appeal, something digital hearing aid manufacturers have been
pursuing for decades. Phonak's use of High-tech ceramics gives
their digital hearing aids an extremely hard and abrasion-resistant
surface while providing a scratch-free shine that lasts for
The two worlds of high-end consumer goods and technological
material science have been combined to create the Phonak ceramic
housing. The advantage of this highly polished finish is that it
makes the instrument housing smooth to the touch and offers
unmatched comfort when worn behind the ear. Ideal for digital
hearing aids, Phonak ceramic quickly reaches and maintains body
temperature, which prevents perspiration behind the ear. Also,
outstanding hypoallergenic properties make Phonak's ceramic digital
hearing aid particularly kind to the skin.
Found within the Phonak ceramic housing is the most sophisticated
audio microprocessor in the digital hearing aid industry today.
Leightons HearingCare are proud to be able to offer this luxurious,
high-tech material in Audéo S SMART IX and V Phonak hearing
aids . Contact Leightons HearingCare on 0800 40 20 20 to
discuss the many advantages that high-tech ceramic now offers or to
book a free hearing
10 January 2011
There are estimated to be about nine million deaf and hard of
hearing people in the UK. This number is steadily rising, due to
the nosier world that we live in, and as the number of people aged
over 60 increases.
In response to the ever increasing numbers of people suffering
from hearing loss, Leightons are continuing to campaign for better
hearing, and with the onset of 2011 continue to offer a free
hearing test to anyone concerned about their hearing. Leightons are
also promoting free hearing aid demonstrations for anyone who is
concerned about their hearing, or wants to know more about latest
digital hearing aids even if it's just for
friends and family.
There are about two million people in the UK who have hearing
aids, but another four million who have significant hearing loss,
and who experience difficulty and would benefit from hearing aids.
With a free hearing aid demonstration from Leightons, even
experienced hearing aid wearers or even NHS wearers can sample,
feel and listen to the differences of the next generation hearing
aids. Leightons take a holistic approach to hearing care
rehabilitation, realising that every hearing loss is different and
the environment in which people live and work varies again. So in
response, Leightons experienced hearing aid audiologists are
trained to offer a full hearing consultation that first identifies
the different situations in which people live, work and socialise.
"Taking the time to understand the specific environments that
people are engaging in, and developing a detailed understanding of
someone's listening difficulties is where we focus our time during
the consultation. This detailed understanding, together with the
results of the hearing test, helps us to demonstrate the most
suitable digital hearing aids from a variety of leading hearing aid
manufacturers and provides the customer with the best range of
solutions for all budgets" commented Catriona Husband, Hearing Aid
Dispenser with Leightons.