HCPB HEARING AID Ear Mold Tubes are for BTE hearing aids... (over the ear hearing aids)
HCPB HEARING AID Ear Mold Tubes have been developed to use when making your own DIY custom ear molds for BTE/OE, behind or over the ear hearing aids. They are the ONLY and best answer to make your own custom ear molds.
They are NOT for use with laboratory, hard ear molds, or for use with OPEN FIT, or RIC (RECEIVER IN CANAL) hearing aids.
They are uniquely designed to hold our Medical Grade soft silicone putty, while it is formed into your custom ear mold within your ear canal. It is pre-formed to the shape of your ear and has a very soft tip at the end of the tube, that is close to your ear drum.
The Tip centers the tube and retains silicone
The tip prevents the tube from touching the canal and the silicone putty from entering the sound opening. The sound opening is flared, like "the HORN TIP" that enhances the very important high frequency speech sounds. This also makes it easier to clean the tip opening.
Studies have shown, the closer the tube tip is to the ear drum, the more natural is the sound quality, so our tip is about 1/8 to 3/16" close in the average ear.
Next to the tip (dome) are 2 NEW smaller retaining/ centering rings that retain the cured silicone in position, as well as help to center the tube in the canal.
The HCPB tube can also be used as an "OPEN TUBE FITTING", if your hearing aid has feed-back reduction feature. It will provide more gain and a more natural frequency response than the tiny "SLIM TUBES" on the usual Open Fit hearing aids.
Made with new longer life tube plastic
Our HCPB tubes are now made with a LONGER-LIFE material that remains flexible for a longer time, before it becomes hard. The tube has been pre-shaped to hug the face where it exits the ear. The time that it takes to get hard depends on your body chemistry (acid/ alkali balance) and perspiration content.
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You have a choice of buying 1, 2, or 4 tubes and 3 choices of tube/tip sizes, as seen below. The tips come in SMALL, 4 mm (children), AVERAGE ADULT, 6mm (default) and LARGE, 8 mm.
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If not 100% satisfied with HCPB EB Tubes, return them for 100% money back, less shipping cost.
Choose HCPB TUBE quantity and TIP SIZE at - CHECKOUT
Ear Mold EB Tubes
use Tubes with HCPB Silicone Ear Mold putty
3 Tube tip size choices, SMALL, AVERAGE or LARGE
EB Tubes are pre-shaped to fit your ear to prevent kinking
- Tube is standard #13, LONG LIFE plastic
- designed to hold soft Silicone Putty in place on the tube
- FLEXIBLE, COMFORTABLE, INCONSPICUOUS
- DESIGNED TO GIVE BETTER HEARING
1 TUBE, $14.77, or 2 TUBES $19.77, 4 Tubes = $29.77
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I NEED THE BTE TUBES.
I guess I need the BTE tubes besides the HCPB OPEN FIT Silicone kit that I bought by accident, (i SHOULD HAVE BOUGHT THE BTE EAR MOLD KIT) also, because I am wanting to make 2 full shell molds. I previously bought the kit that did not group the different kits together. I didn't realize that there were different types of hearing aids. This site is organized much better and explains the differences. I will come back here again in the future.
Thanks for a great, low cost product.
I think it is a great product...”
I bought the 24 mold kit from you a few years ago. I think it is a great product and did everything that you said. They don't wiggle and slip out of my ears anymore and I hear much more clearly.
But, I bought my aids from a hearing aid dealer on ebay, he goes by the name of biddybid. I had an issue with one hansaton "inara" hearing aid. He responded that the reason for the issue with the aid was what I was using it with earmolds, instead of open fit, RIC (Receiver In Canal). Be informed that the domes snap on to the end of the receiver. I told him he was full of it, and it was just the fact that the aid was defective.
What is your take on this? Also what is the shelf life on this product, they are still working, but take about 15 minutes to become firm instead of the 8-10 minutes in the beginning? He had me make extra molds for reasons unknown, and when i got the ones he supposedly repaired returned, I didn't check the aid after repair, before i made the molds and wasted more silicone again. So the fact of the matter,is i am almost out of your silicone putty material, and don't want to run out. Hoping you continue to sell these kits, as they are so wonderful and low cost. You have saved me hundreds of dollars compared to the charges at the local Audiologist, who also did not want to make ear molds for me because I didn't buy them from her.
He is one of these Russian guys, very smart but never wanting to take responsibility for anything going bad. I can say that as I have Russian heritage, also and have some of those types in my family. He finally fixed the aid and I am happy now, but I just want to make sure you will keep making the great product.