Pen­sion­ers go berserk for new hear­ing aid

Uxbridge Gazette - - News -

AT LAST. The hear­ing aid that thou­sands have wanted is now avail­able.

Alta2 Pro is a to­tally in­vis­i­ble hear­ing aid when worn. It of­fers pen­sion­ers the op­por­tu­nity to defy hear­ing loss by com­pen­sat­ing for your in­di­vid­ual hear­ing loss, in all sit­u­a­tions, day and night.

No­body can see it be­cause it fits snugly and com­fort­ably in your ear canal and uses the ear’s nat­u­ral acous­tics for nat­u­ral sound qual­ity.

Ev­ery­thing works au­to­mat­i­cally. There are no con­trols to worry about so there’s no need to keep fid­dling about and ad­just­ing set­tings.

You can start en­joy­ing life A UNITED Air­lines flight was forced to re­turn to Heathrow Air­port on Sun­day due to a pas­sen­ger who was al­legedly drunk and dis­rup­tive.

The flight bound for Wash­ing­ton was forced to per­form a u-turn and then dump fuel be­fore land­ing back at Heathrow.

The in­ci­dent ended with a 43-yearold woman be­ing ar­rested once the flight was back on the ground.

Writ­ing on Twit­ter, one pas­sen­ger al­leged that a flight at­ten­dant had been as­saulted by a pas­sen­ger who had been drink­ing gin.

Po­lice met United Air­lines flight UA919 at the air­port after the crew ex­pe­ri­enced trou­ble aboard.

“The flight re­turned to Heathrow again as you con­cen­trate on hear­ing, rather than think­ing about your hear­ing aid.

Alta2 Pro con­tin­u­ously analy­ses in­com­ing sounds and adapts to each in­di­vid­ual sit­u­a­tion so you al­ways get the best hear­ing pos­si­ble. Even in back­ground noise.

When speech and con­ver­sa­tion sounds are de­tected the sound is au­to­mat­i­cally in­creased at dif­fer­ent fre­quen­cies so you hear and un­der­stand it clearly, not just loudly.

You get all the ben­e­fits you want in a dig­i­tal hear­ing aid with­out the ob­vi­ous sign that you are us­ing one as it’s com­pletely in­vis­i­ble in most ears. where the woman was ar­rested on sus­pi­cion of be­ing drunk on board an air­craft, fail­ing to obey the or­ders of the crew and as­sault,” a Met Po­lice spokesman said.

“She re­mains in po­lice cus­tody at a west Lon­don po­lice sta­tion. This ar­rest is not ter­ror re­lated.”

The 209 pas­sen­gers had to wait un­til Mon­day morn­ing for a new flight due to the in­ci­dent, the air­line con­firmed.

“Our team at Lon­don Heathrow is pro­vid­ing as­sis­tance to cus­tomers of United flight UA919 (Lon­don Heathrow-Wash­ing­ton/Dulles) to­day, which re­turned to Lon­don Heathrow and was met by po­lice on ar­rival due to an un­ruly pas­sen­ger on board,” the

For your free Alta2 Pro in­for­ma­tion pack sim­ply com­plete the coupon or call the freep­hone num­ber. air­line’s spokes­woman said on Sun­day. “The pas­sen­ger was ar­rested and this is now a mat­ter for the po­lice.”

The de­lays caused the plane’s crew of 13 to ex­ceed their legally-per­mit­ted duty hours, mean­ing the flight to Wash­ing­ton’s Dulles Air­port had to be can­celled, United’s spokes­woman added.

She said: “We are pro­vid­ing our cus­tomers with meal vouch­ers and ho­tel ac­com­mo­da­tion and are mak­ing ar­range­ments for them to com­plete their jour­neys to­mor­row.

“We apol­o­gise to our cus­tomers for the in­con­ve­nience caused.”

The Boe­ing 787-8 de­parted Lon­don Heathrow on Mon­day at 10.30am.

Please post me free & with­out obli­ga­tion full de­tails of the Alta2 Pro hear­ing aid. Tick if pen­sioner.


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