Outlets in Greater London
 ACS London - By appointment only

 John Henry's,
 16-24 Brewery Road,
 London, N7 9NH
 (Find us on the 1st Floor)

  LONDON

 0207 6090918
 (Opening hours 10 am – 6 pm)
 Cato Music
 The Arc,
 35 Armory Way
 Wandsworth
 SW18 1BF
 LONDON 0208 8773700
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 Hand Held Audio Unit 8
 Waterways Business Centre
 Navigaation Drive
 Enfield EN3 6JJ
 LONDON 01992 719078
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Boots Hearingcare

 

 

Please call for appointment

 

 

 LONDON

 

 

0845 402 3085

 

  Selfridges

 Find us in the Audio and Visual Department
 LONDON 

  BM Soho

 Please call for appointment
 LONDON 0207 4370478 / 07791 525923
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  Leightons Opticians

 14 The Exchange Shopping Centre, High Street, Putney, SW15 1TW
 LONDON 020 8789 7300

 

Aid2Hearing

 

 

22 Oakleigh Gardens, Whetstone, N20 9AB

 

 

 LONDON

 

 

020 8445 6030

 

 

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We'll keep your ears on file...

ACS is pleased to announce the introduction of a new state of the art scanning technology that means ALL customers that order custom made hearing protection and in-ear monitoring products from ACS will have their ear shape on file at ACS for up to 4 years. The device will scan the impressions and save as a file on the database so customers can order new products or replacements instantly without the need to have new impressions taken. What's more, this service will not cost customers anything extra on top of the standard product charge, it is just a little something we want to do to make your experience with us even more enjoyable!

Please be aware that the scanning service began on May 1st 2010 so will only apply to customers that ordered thereafter. 

 

How do we custom fit?

All ACS custom-fit products require an impression of your ear for us to work from. Having an impression taken is a quick and painless process that takes less than 10 minutes to complete. One of our network of audiologists will first examine your ear to ensure there is no excessive wax, then a foam plug is applied to create a seal in front of your eardrum. Finally, a soft silicone impression material is injected into the ear and allowed to set for 5 to 8 minutes before being gently removed.

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Where can I buy ACS products?

ACS products are available from a nationwide network of Audiologists as well as directly from us at our offices in Banbury. You'll need to make an appointment to have impressions taken which will then be sent on to us to allow us to manufacture your custom-fit products. To find your nearest Audiologist see the complete list on our Find A Dealer page. Please note that production time is always dependent upon orders received.  The skills and experience involved in making our hand-crafted products are not acquired overnight so employing more staff, whilst increasing our labour force, does not bring an immediate reduction in production time - please bear with us in times of increased demand for our products

Action on Hearing Loss

Action on Hearing Loss – formerly the Royal National Institute for Deaf People – is the national charity helping people confronting deafness, tinnitus and hearing loss to live the life they choose. It enables people to take control of their lives and remove the barriers in their way, giving them support and care, developing technology and treatments and campaigning for equality. Since the charity’s foundation in 1911, it has grown to be the UK’s leading deafness charity, supporting more than a quarter of a million people each year and running the world’s largest donor-funded hearing research programme.