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I have an expensive pair of NH hearing aids. Audible they are fantastic. However sadly I did not wear them as after a short while they became uncomfortable, all most painful. I even took them to a high st shop to ask them to make custom moulds for my ears. I was told they only made them for aids they sell. I think one of the reason they don’t fit is you only have a short time with the hospital audiologist , and as I found what you think is a good fit after a while my become a poor one, and of course they my not actually have one that’s fits.
These solve the problem and my hearing is greatly improved. This worked for me……. I did one ear at a time using the aid switched of. I tried each tip, if it seamed to be comfortable and it fitted I left it in for an hour, before going to the next tip. So it took about 2 days to find the best fit for one ear. I then did it for the second ear. At one stage I thought I had lost an aid, only to discover it was in my ear, the fit was that good.
The only possible down side is you end up with many tips you don’t need.
Had the NHS's biggest - not fat enough. Still trying out different variations to get best fit and best aural benefit. Had several that were better than the NHS variety. Some stems are rather wide and rigid - too rigid for my liking, but apart from that, if I lost them, I'd immediately buy another set. Recommendation enough?