Phonak and Unitron Thin Tubes

£6.95£9.95 (£5.79 ex VAT)

Phonak and Unitron Thin Tube – £6.95. When you select to purchase a left and a right tube at the same time a reduced price of £9.95 is available.

This listing is for a thin tube and NOT for a hearing aid.

Please note – we only ship to UK postal addresses.

HE Thin Tubes – Phonak and Unitron hearing aids in the Spice, Quest, BeLong, Venture (S, Q, B and V) and NHS Nathos S+ / Auto ranges use the HE thin tubes which have an external screw fitting as per image, the tube screws IN to the hearing aid body.

SDS4 Thin Tubes – Phonak and Unitron hearing aids in the Marvel, Paradise, Lumity (M, P and L) and NHS Nathos Nova ranges use the SDS4 thin tubes with an internal screw fitting as per image, the tube screws ON to an external thread.

If unsure what to order simply unscrew the thin tube from your hearing aid and compare, if you have had your hearing aids a few years it’s more likely to be a HE tube you need, if your hearing aids are newer then more likely an SDS4 tube.

All Phonak tubes sizes are available as 0, 1, 2, 3 and SDS4 tubes are also available in size 00.

Domes are here. Please note, SDS4 tubes MUST be worn with SDS4 domes, all other Phonak thin tubes use SDS3 domes!

Phonak and Unitron also have have older versions of thin tubes. Thin tube fittings previous to Phonak Spice / Unitron Era range are Phonak Slim Tubes / Unitron Moda that have a screw fitting (thread inside the housing), and Phonak Micro Tubes / Unitron Moda II that are a pop fit. If you require these older thin tubes please ask, we may have in stock or be able to source. Rarely seen nowadays.

Phonak CROS Tube (specifically for Phonak CROS instruments ONLY and either a left OR a right tube) – £8.95 each – Please message us if you need a CROS tube. In your message we need you to specify the model of Phonak CROS you are wearing (it will be printed on the unit and also perhaps on your paperwork, the side (left or right) and the size of the tube required (the number printed on the tip of the tube, where the dome attaches).

If unsure what type of tube to choose please contact us with your specific model of hearing aid (with serial number if you have it) for advice before placing your order. This information is printed on the inside spine of the hearing aid. Please make sure you are confident which size and type of tube you are ordering as we can’t accept tubes back that have been used due to hygiene considerations.

NB. To work out the size of tube to order – at the end that points into your ear, remove the dome and you will see a number, blue denotes a left tube, red denotes a right tube and the number itself is the size of the tube you need to order.

Wearing NHS hearing aids and looking to change from thick tubes and moulds to thin tubes and domes without the assistance of an audiologist? Please read this first – Thick tubes vs Thin Tubes

If you still wish to go ahead and order we can’t advise on size of tube, size and type of dome etc and your purchase is entirely at your own risk, we will not be able to accept tubes and domes back for credit due to hygiene considerations, we hope you understand.

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