Your first appointment usually takes around an hour. While we adjust to new social distancing guidance, we’d ask that you attend your appointment alone, if possible.
One simple visit could help prevent years of frustration. We’ll test your hearing to find out how well you can hear and suggest the best solution for you – and you can trust us to recommend only what you need. We’ll also keep in touch with you every 18 months to two years for a hearing check to make sure everything’s all right. We’re here when you need us, so if you’re worried about your hearing, pop in to a store.
What to expect in a hearing test
Everybody’s hearing is different. That’s why we use a number of techniques and the latest technology to allow us to tailor your hearing care to your individual needs.
Here’s what will normally happen during a Specsavers hearing test:
Find out about a free hearing test
If you’re over 50 it’s important to have your hearing tested regularly. We recommend you having one every year if you’re over 40, or every two years if you’re under 40.
We can give you a comprehensive hearing assessment free, and will discuss your options with you if you have hearing loss. And there’s no obligation for you to buy a hearing aid.
Terms and conditions
A comprehensive hearing assessment by one of our qualified hearing professionals, free. No obligation to buy a hearing aid.
Free hearing services with NHS hearing aids
Our Hearing Centres are accredited by the NHS to provide hearing services in over half of England. So if you qualify for free NHS-funded hearing aids, you can get a hearing test, two digital hearing aids and full aftercare, free from Specsavers.