Signia as a brand is relatively new, but its parent company Siemans has been in the hearing aid business for over 130 years, making it one of the longest-standing companies in the world of hearing aids.
The company is headquartered in Singapore but has locations and representatives available all over the world. You can browse Signia hearing aids online, but they can be purchased only through local providers in your area.
Signia has a wide variety of hearing aid styles and features available. There are options available for behind-the-ear, in-the-ear, rechargeable, and streaming-compatible hearing aids. Whether you most value discretion, clarity of sound, battery life, or a different feature, Signia has an option for you:
Signia’s website has one of the more robust FAQ pages we’ve seen, as well as plenty of video tutorials on how to wear your hearing aids, how to connect your hearing aids to stream audio, and how to use other accessories provided by the company.
These tutorials might save you time and money you would have had to spend dealing with setting up or repairing your hearing aids, and are provided by the company free of charge.
As long as your Signia product is still under warranty, Signia offers free repair services on its products. These services are available through hearing care providers in over 25 countries across the globe.
The repair process with Signia is fairly painless. You can use its store locator to find a hearing care provider near you, and Signia, as the manufacturer of your hearing aids, will confirm with the provider that your hearing aids are still under warranty.
If your hearing aids are no longer under warranty, you can still use Signia’s repair services, you will just be charged the service fee.
Some customers on other review sites have complained that Signia’s hearing aids cost more than other brands. Plus, we couldn’t find any pricing information on the company’s website, so we don’t exactly have a lot to compare them to.
Signia’s hearing aids can’t be purchased through its website. Instead, you have to contact a local provider, if there is one in your area, and work through them to purchase your hearing aids.