Hearing aid tubes

Signia Click Receiver Wire Concha Lock

What Is It? Single Concha Lock Attaches to a Signia Click receiver wire/tubing Improves retentio...

P 640S Thin Tube Single Pack

What Is It? A single P 640S thin tube Choose Left or Right Choose from extra-short (0B), short...

HD210 Sound Tube Single Pack

What Is It? A single HD210 thin tube Choose Left or Right Choose from short (0B), standard (1B...

Phonak SlimTubes HE pack of 5

What is it? A pack of 5 Phonak SlimTubes HE. Has a screw-in type attachment to the hearing aid P...

P 640S Thin Tube Multi Pack Of 5

What Is It? A packet of 5 x P 640S thin tubes Choose Left or Right Choose from four sizes, Ext...

HD420 Sound Tube Single Pack

What Is It? A single HD420 thin tube What Does It Do? Choose Left or Right Choose from ...

Oticon Corda MiniFit 0.9 Tubing - 5 Tubes

This is a pack of 5 tubings.  How to work out what to order: At the end of the tube that goes int...

Siemens Life Tubes Pack of 10

What is it? Pack of 10 Siemens Life Tubes Please ensure you are ordering the correct size and...

Signia Medium Power M miniReceiver Unit 2.0

One Medium power receiver wire version 2.0 for connection to a Signia receiver-in-canal (RIC) he...

Widex Elan Tubes

The Widex Elan tubes are compatible with a wide range of behind-the-ear hearing aids from Widex &...

Phonak Micro Tube - Single Tube

What is it? 1 Phonak Micro Tube. Please ensure you are ordering the correct size and depth (t...

ReSound High Power Receiver Tube

What is it? Package containing one ReSound high power receiver for connection to a receiver in t...
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Hearing Aid tubes
Hearing Aid Tubings are an important component of hearing aids. They deliver the amplified sound into the ear canal. These tubes refer to the clear tubings with no wires running througm them. (Tubes with a wire running through them ending in a speaker component are referred to as receiver tubings and can be viewed here)
We recommend that you change the hearing aid tube at least every 6 months, more often if need be.
We supply a wide range of tubings; sourced directly from many of the world's leading hearing aid manufacturers incuding ReSound, Phonak, Starkey, Oticon, Signia and Widex and of course for our own Hearing Direct branded hearing aids. Each manufacturer produces a wide variety of sizes of tubings for their hearing aids. If you are unsure of which tube is right for your hearing aid, please contact us.

We offer a 30-day money back guarantee on our products and if your order value is over 20€ we offer free EU delivery. If you have a question, please do contact us and our expert team will do our best to get back to you.

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