Grip Tips are slightly tacky to touch. This aids in reducing slippage from the ear canal. For optimum performance and comfort, Grip Tips should be changed every four to six weeks. Oticon Grip Tips are used with Receiver in the ear (RITE) hearing aids such as Agil, Intega, Dual, Epoq, Delta, Ino and Hit. These are used in place of domes or custom ear tips. Grip tips are soft and very comfortable. They are sold individually.
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Posted by Deb on 28th Aug 2015
Love these! They are perfect for not slipping out of your ear. Just wish they were a bit cheaper than $5.00 each as they only last about 7-10 days for me. It gets a little expensive when you add about $10 per week on hearing aid domes. Maybe a rewards program would be good?
Posted by Larry Smalley on 18th Aug 2015
This is a wonderful product but is just too expensive! The standard cost can't be much about 10 cents. You can't buy it anywhere else. This lack of competition leads to excessive pricing.
TVA Hearing Products response: I realize that the cost of these small items appears expensive. Unfortunately, there is a fundamental basic cost to purchase, stock, store, pick and pack items that are sold. We try diligently to keep these costs to a minimum.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Mar 2015
Good Product Good Price Good Service
Posted by TD on 28th Jul 2014
I've recently begun using Grip Tips as an alternative to tulip domes. I prefer the fit and sound quality of Grip Tips. They stay in my ear better, have less feedback and add a bit of bass to the sound. I am using the nonvented version. I did not feel a need for reprogramming with this dome--just swapped it out.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jul 2014
I find that these domes provide a better hearing experience, but I am frustrated by a complete lack of instructions on the best way to align them on the hearing aid.
Posted by robert e guthrie on 18th Jun 2014
I am the unknown you have posted for review that you have dated june 16 2014..i thought I left my name but maybe I didn!t. would appreciate an answer to the question I had at that time.
I think a longer tube or ear wire which ever you have would fix that problem. Please let us know if we can assist you further. Thank you.
Posted by George Richeson on 16th Jun 2014
Got the left & right grip tips. No label on package to tell them apart. Very tiny (eye straining for this old guy) marking on the grip tip.
Strong Suggesting: Please label the package so my old eyes won't strain.
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jun 2014
I was having lots of trouble keeping the different oticon domes in my ears. they would either come loose or stay in my ears when I removed my aids.on the advise of your doctor I tried the mini grip tips.i have only had them a few days and they seem to work fine.however,i am beginning to think to think that I need longer tubes as they are pulled tight and the receiver sets right on top of my ear. please advise.
Since you did not leave your name, I cannot contact you directly. Base on what you are saying, you may need a speaker with a longer wire.
Posted by Lindley on 13th Mar 2014
Hard to give these a fair review because I'm sure my experience is atypical. I tried the small vented and unvented - purchased both for the left ear and used them on either side since there didn't seem to be any problem just turning the tip to use it on the right side. Wore them for most of one day. The first time I put them in my ear they both fit well, improved sound quality, and felt comfortable. Great! I took them out at the gym, and when I put them in I kept getting feedback. Tried several different arrangements, still feedback. Apparently I'm too stupid to use these. Back to the regular domes.
Posted by Matt on 28th Feb 2014
I have Sonic aids, which my audiologist tells me are essentially the same as Oticon. I was having a great deal of trouble keeping the receiver in the ear canals, and these grips have solved the problem. In spades. One day the tip got stuck in the ear canal and only the receiver came out. Not having a blunt tweezers or an assistant, I went to the ER and had the nurse pull it out. I got charged $300 for 10 seconds work. Now I always carry tweezers. Also, the tips eventully loosen and split along the bottom, maybe because the Sonics are not an exact fit. Anyway, I am still using them, but am much more cautious about placement.
Note added by TVA Hearing Products: The grip tips are made for Oticon hearing aids not for Sonic aids. Splitting is not a problem when used with the appropriate receivers/ speakers.
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