What you ask for is very problematic. As a general guideline, we are against selling hearing aids without personal fitting, held in an in-person meeting. A decent fit requires much more than just the measurements. We need to discuss your needs, your limitations, your capabilities and much more. This additional information is just as essential as the numbers in order to get the right device and have a good fit.
On top of that, when you get a hearing aid, it requires few more meetings to make fine tuning and adjusting. It helps the user to get used to the hearing aid. A good audiologist isn't just selling the devices. He is fully responsible for the adjustment and for the full hearing rehabilitation.
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