Well, looking at the specs, it does appear to fit your losses well enough. You’ll need to find someone to fit and program them for you, so expect to pay a bit more - how much, I couldn’t say.
The only thing that concerns me with the eBay auction is that little “As is, I was told they work great.” disclaimer. Fortunately, the seller appears to have a good reputation.
Once you do get them, be prepared for some frustration. Getting HAs for the first time (or even new HAs after a life time of them) can take some adjustment. Then again, some people take to it like a duck to water. In any case, it may take several attempts to get the programming right, or you may get it right out of the box.
Finally, I know you probably know this, but it bears repeating: Do not go into this thinking that you’ll get your hearing back as it was - you won’t. Technology can do marvelous things - it can come very close, but in the end, it can only approximate true hearing.
Good luck, and let us know how it goes! And give a shout if you need help.