Ultimate Ears make the world's finest custom In Ear Monitors. 24/7 can process all elements of your UE order including arranging your impression, either at our partner clinic Harley Street Hearing or by arranging a UE representative to come to you at your home or studio.
In-house we have a 3D scanner that takes the silicone impression and turns it into a CAD file we can email. This cuts the cost of outbound postage and saves 48 hours in the ordering process.
Current models and prices are listed below. Details and price of impressions at the end. All prices listed are inclusive of VAT.
We also stock replacement cables and can order duplicate or replacement In Ears and cases from any previous orders.
Please contact us with any queries or to make an order request:
Translucent and Opaque Colours. Designer Editions and Special Materials
All custom In-Ear Monitors are offered in variety of colours at no extra cost. Designer editions, special materials and custom artwork can be requested at extra cost.
To get the best out of your custom In Ear Monitors we must start with a perfect impression of your ears. We highly recommend you get your impressions created through us. A quick 20 minute visit to Harley Street Hearing will cost just £60.00 for both ears and we will process it from there for scanning. If you are planning to use another supplier to create your impressions please make sure they read the UE Audiologist Instructions here:
1. Our professional in-ear monitors require a full shell earpiece. Full shell impressions must include the full helix, crus of the helix, tragus and antitragus.
IMPORTANT: The impression must be taken just past the second bend of the ear canal.
2. The impressions must be made of high viscosity silicone impression material.
We recommend XL 300 Premium Silicone Impression System. (Warner Tech-Care, 800.328.4757)
3. We also require the canal dams be made of cotton instead of foam. Foam tends to tear the end of the impression when it is being separated.
4. The impression must be taken with the customer’s mouth open. It ensures a more secure fit while the artist is singing, playing an instrument or talking.
Use a 1 inch bite block during the impression process. This stabilizes the process and is more comfortable for the customer. It also ensures that there is no jaw movement while the material is curing.
IMPORTANT: Must possess all key points or it could result in rejected impressions