Hearing Aid Prices

Our hearing aid prices are just one more way we stand out among hearing healthcare providers. How do we achieve such low prices? We eliminated the arbitrary percentage markup used by most other clinics. Instead, we charge a fee for each of the top-notch services we perform on every hearing aid. Because we do the same work on every hearing aid, for every patient, no matter how expensive or inexpensive the hearing aid is.

This is called an unbundled price model, and we were the first clinic on the Kitsap Peninsula to adopt it. Because we feel that our patients deserve the transparency and honesty that this model enables us to provide. And to continue that tradition of honesty and transparency, we’ve posted our hearing aid prices right here for you to browse.

These prices are for hearing aids only. They do not include the price of our services, as that price may vary depending on your health insurance. Call or email us anytime for more information, or click on the models below to view information from the manufacturer. This list is continually updated and prices are subject to change, so please contact us if you can’t find the hearing aid you’re looking for in this list.

Premium Hearing Aids – $2025 each

These hearing aids are the top performers from each of the hearing aid manufacturers. They are the most expensive because they’re packed with the most features to help you hear the best that you can hear in all of your listening environments. Are you an active and demanding listener, looking for noticeable benefit in a variety of listening environments? If so, these are the hearing aids for you.

Models in this category include Oticon Opn S1, Phonak Marvel 90, ReSound LiNX Quattro 9, Signia Styletto 7 (compare to Miracle Ear iRHYTHM), Unitron Discover 9.

Advanced Hearing Aids – $1500 each

Hearing aids in this category are packed with great features to help you hear in a variety of listening environments. They have a few less channels and less programmable environments than premium hearing aids. But if you’re looking for the most bang for your buck, this category will give you just that.

Models in this category include Oticon Opn S2, Phonak Marvel 70, ReSound LiNX Quattro 7, Signia Styletto 5 (compare to Miracle Ear iRHYTHM), Unitron Discover 7.


Intermediate Hearing Aids – $1100 each

Do you spend more time at home or in one-on-one conversations, but want a little extra help for when you find yourself in noise? If so, these hearing aids are an ideal choice for you. They’ll provide the benefit you’re looking for in those quiet environments, with some automatic features to help you hear in restaurants, family gatherings, and other noisy situations.

Models in this category include Oticon Opn S3, Phonak Marvel 50, ReSound LiNX Quattro 5, Signia Charge&Go 3, Unitron Discover 5.

Essential Hearing Aids – $500 each

Do you just need to hear better in quiet conversations? These hearing aids will provide all the help you’re looking for in quiet environments, watching the TV, or using the phone. But if you’re looking for help hearing in noisy environments, consider purchasing intermediate hearing aids or better.

Models in this category include Oticon Siya, Phonak Marvel 30, ReSound Enya, Signia Charge&Go 1, Unitron Discover 3.


Other Options

There are other options which may impact the hearing aid price. Those options include:

Rechargeable: $250 per pair

Rechargeable hearing aids cost more to account for the lithium ion batteries and the charger. This is typically what most people spend on disposable batteries over 4-5 years of hearing aid use. So you probably won’t end up saving any money with rechargeable hearing aids in the long term. But many people enjoy the convenience of rechargeable hearing aids.

Custom Earmolds: $89 each

You might need a custom earmold added to your behind-the-ear hearing aid if you have problems with comfort or keeping the hearing aid on your ear. Sometimes a custom mold is needed for acoustics as well, like if we need more power or your hearing aid is whistling.

CROS Microphone: $1100

If you have an ear that is no longer usable, a CROS (Contralateral Routing of Sound) system might be right for you. The CROS microphone is worn on your bad ear and sends the sound wirelessly over to a device you wear on your good ear (see hearing aid prices above).