558 Belmont Ave W, Kitchener, ON N2M 5E3, Canada
558 Belmont Avenue West Kitchener ON
Monday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About the business
Hearing Aids in Kitchener | ListenUP! Canada
Our Kitchener, ON location offers a wide variety of hearing aids and hearing services. Call or submit an online form to schedule a free hearing test.
Jimmy Lobusta said 3 years ago
All they want is your money... overpriced hearing aids, go somewhere else. I asked them if they could repair my 7 year old hearing aid (which I paid almost $2000 just for 1 not a pair) that just quit working today or intermittently working today, which I bought from them. Without even looking at my hearing aid, the receptionist and the lady that works inside the laboratory, I guess, said right away that they can not fix it because it is old and suggested without looking at the problem of my hearing aid, to replaced it with new one. This just happen today November 7, 2016 at around 1:30 pm . I am writing this review today, 3:09 pm. So I went to another hearing aid office, not listen up of course, (I will never go near any of Listen Up office again for my next pair of hearing aid) and all the receptionist of that office did was to vacuum my hearing aid and it works great again. And it was free!!! Avoid Listen UP at all cost. I gave one star as a rating because this will allow me to post my review otherwise I will give them lower than -1. I also read a review from this Listen Up location about batteries. I bought batteries there before as their warranty for free batteries has expired. Most of the batteries that they sold me are DUD!!! and if it work, only for a few days. So do not waste your money with Listen UP as they don't really listen to customer.
Kim S. Driever said 3 years ago
The staff at Listen Up were very helpful didn't have to wait long to see the audiologist. Daniele gave me suggestions and showed me what the best option was for my hearing. The staff is very thorough and know their stuff. I am happy with the service that I received.
Edward Friesen said 3 years ago
I had a great experience. Fitore Bala was great she did everything I asked including an alternate hearing system. She let me take them for comparison. She was helpful and accommodating at ever turn.I am very satisfied with the service provided by Listen Up Canada.
Ann Marie Bacon said 3 years ago
Unfortunately, the batteries used for my hearing aid is not very good at performance, was told repeatedly that they are probable a bad batch . I was told that the manufacturer was working on developing better batteries, but so far no luck. Too much interference with background noises, which is unfortunate. I am frustrated and so disappointed with this problem and therefore have stopped using my hearing aid. I paid too much money to have them in the first place, and cannot afford to purchase another hearing aid. I wish this was not so. I really need a hearing aid. Contact me if you have a remedy or some advice for me. Thanks. Ann Marie.
Mike Du Boulay said 3 years ago
Stellar service and flexibility (changed my appointment easily) . The audiologist did a fine job explaining what to expect and fitting my hearing aids. No problems dealing with this office.
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