Unitron Hearing Aids

*Pro to 600 models are available as World's smallest Moxi Now

"Unitron Moxi Now - Easy Listening in the World's Smallest Hearing Aid Package"

Launched in October 2016, the Unitron Moxi Now is the smallest wireless receiver in canal (RIC) hearing aid in the world. The Moxi Now is the latest addition to the Unitron Moxi series of RIC (receiver-in-the-canal) hearing aids. Measuring a slight 20.2mm tall by 6.5mm wide, the Moxi Now is about half the size of other hearing aids in its class.


It is virtually invisible behind your ear and don't be fooled by the tiny package because the Moxi Now Pro is packed with enough technology to deliver high performance, excellent functionality and discretion to help you hear your best, even in noisy environments. The versatile Moxi Now adjusts automatically to different environments allowing you to go from home to a night out seamlessly, while still hearing clearly.


Its smooth, nearly invisible design can be happily worn all day long while maintaining a comfortable and easy listening experience. In addition to the Pro, the Moxi Now is available in 3 additional technology levels - 800, 700 and 600 - to help match automatic performance to your lifestyle and budget. It joins the Moxi Kiss, Moxi Fit and Moxi Dura on the Unitron North platform designed to help the listening experience with advanced algorithms and extra sound processing power. Each Unitron North hearing aid combines the strength of 3 innovative technologies - SoundNav, Sound Conductor and SpeechZone 2 to deliver crystal clear natural sound and comfort.

Unitron is a Canadian company with their UK base in Warrington. All custom products are designed using 3D modelling software before being made to high precision using laser moulding technology. 


Unitron offer the excellent 'Unitron MICRO Invisible Hearing Aids'. The Unitron MICRO is made using micro components which truly gives invisible results.

In our opinion you should currently only be considering purchasing the North products from Unitron. Unitron's latest hearing aid technology uses the North processing chip set. Some companies are still selling hearing aids with the Quantum chip and the, even older, Latitude chip. Our advice is always buy the latest technology, but the model you can best afford, as it's the chip that makes the most difference.

Built on the North platform, Unitron has released Stride. Basically, these are better designed with impressive aesthetics, a more comfortable fit, and intuitive controls.

There is also an excellent new feature called Log It All which automatically gives clear insights into where you need your hearing aids the most. We can then alter your hearing aid using Flex Trial to see what technology level would suit you best even beyond purchase.