Comply SnapTips


I apologize if this topic has already been addressed. I did a search that did not yield any results.

I’ve been using Comply SnapTips (replaceable foam ear molds) for years. I found that using them on my one hearing aid (cochlear implant on the other side) provided a better seal and better low frequency response than traditional ear molds. There is a profound loss in that ear and feedback is a problem.

Recently, I’ve learned that these SnapTips have been discontinued. Does anyone know of an alternative product or source? Should I be considering a different way of addressing this issue?

Thanks in advance for your help. Jim



I’ve also heard of people using these for replacements:


I would try them, but I’m not sure how to connect to the ear hook.


Thanks for the info. I checked out the link and found that they only sell packs of assorted sizes (for audiologists to use in office).


Has anyone tried or used the Comply Canal Tips?