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PICTURE DIAL AMPLIFIED PHONEORICOM

  • Code:

    43020014
  • Model:

    CARE80
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  • Weight:

    0.8860kg
  • Stock:

    7
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CARE80 Amplified Phone with Picture Dialing - ORICOM

This user friendly corded phone has 6 large one touch picture memory buttons. Simply save the phone number to one of the 6 buttons, then place a photograph of the person whose number is saved underneath the protective cover. That photograph then identifies your one touch dialbutton.

The Care 80 also features an amplified receiver, extra loud ringer, a large high contrast keypad, bright visual ring indicator and is Hearing aid compatible. The Care 80 is the perfect phone for persons suffering from memory loss, moderate to severe hearing loss and or low vision

Features:

  • 6 One Touch Picture Memory Buttons - Allows you to insert a photo of the person in to the memory buttons so you see who you are calling without needing to remember the number.
  • Amplified Receiver - Allows you to adjust the volume in the earpiece to a higher level for comfortable listening. (Up to 24 dB)
  • Extra loud Ringer - Ensures that you can hear your phone ring from any room in the house. (Up to 90dB)
  • Hearing Aid Compatible - The phone contains an inbuiltinductive coupler which offers Hearing Aid users clearer sound. Simply switch your hearing aid to the "T" setting to use this function.
  • Large Contrast Keypad - Makes dialling a number easy, even in low light situations.
  • Visual Ring Indicator - A red light flashes on the phone to alert you of an incoming call. Great in noisy environments or for uses who are hearing impaired.
  • Wall Mountable - Mount on your wall for greater convenience.

 

  • Total Number of reviews: 1
  • Average Rating: 1.00
  • Product Rating: Poor

Not As Advertised - Not Happy

1 out of 5 stars

I purchased this phone mainly because it was advertised as being suitable for some with memory loss. The fact you need to remember to push a boost button to get the phone amplified immediately makes it unsuitable for someone with memory loss. I think using this as an advertising spin is unfair.