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Now that you have acquired your new hearing aids, you will want to make sure that you have adequate hearing aid insurance protection in force. As with any small portable item, these objects are easy to lose or damage accidentally.

We provide cover for persons normally resident in the United Kingdom in respect of loss or damage to hearing devices. (We also include unexplained disappearance cover as standard) Our policy is underwritten at Lloyd s of London and includes unlimited trips abroad of up to 60 days each trip. We insure most types of devices either analogue or digital including;

Our policy covers your aids and all accessories such as bluetooth, remote controls and wireless devices

  • Behind the ear (BTE)
  • Behind the ear mini (BTE mini)
  • Receiver in the ear (RITE)
  • In the ear (ITE)
  • Completely in the Canal (CIC)
  • Body worn devices

We will provide you with cover on a replacement as new basis and you should insure your device for it’s full replacement value.

Assetsure hearing aid insurance policy - Availability

Our policy is available for person age 18 years and over. In the event of an insured claim occurring under your policy we will also pay up to £150.00 towards audiologist consultation and refitting charges if applicable.

Our policy is securely underwritten at Lloyd’s of London and we have no special requirements requiring security or locks and your normal place of residence. We can provide quotations and cover for most aids immediately and premiums can be paid by credit or debit card. We also offer monthly instalments.

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Your Questions Answered

Must I live in my own home? icon-thin-chevron-down

We will also cover people that live with friends or relatives or in a residential care home.

What type of hearing aids can you insure? icon-thin-chevron-down

We insure most types of Hearing Aids including Analogue & Digital, Behind the Ear (BTEs), Mini BTEs, Receiver in the Ear (RITE), In the Ear (ITE) and Completely in the canal (CIC) hearing aids.