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This attractive atomic watch is for anyone who has a vision problem. A pleasant male voice clearly speaks the time, day, date and month. Large black numbers on a white backgro...
Similar to one of our most popular phones, with raised, big buttons that have Braille markings, visual caller ID and 40 dB of amplification. Provides many features at a very a...

A special dial allows audio time/alarm setting and prevents accidental reset. Plastic band and exceptionally large LCD readout. Includes a long-life battery. Not waterproof. L...
Perfect for those with dexterity challenges or low vision. EZ Watch has three key features: Memory Band technology, a magnifying dome lens and a dial light. The Memory Band h...

This programmable perpetual calendar is easy to read, easy to understand. A child, adult or grandparent can record to-do lists; daily, weekly or annual events; birthdays, and ...
High-contrast, jumbo-size buttons with Braille characters allow users to dial quickly. An electronic voice calls out each number when dialing to ensure accuracy. Features 10 p...

A genuine leather wallet with six spaces for credit and identification cards and three separate compartments for bills. Measures 8.75" x 3.5" when open.
This 2.4" square device can serve as a 24-hour timer and a talking travel alarm clock. It speaks the time every hour, then every 10 minutes, then every minute, and when 10 sec...

This personal weight scale can speak results in English, Spanish or French. Measures in pounds or kilograms. The scale, with instant-on capabilities, is accurate up to 330 lbs...
Offers three ways to tell the time, plus you can wear it throughout the day without concern about getting it wet. Time announcment in clear, voice. Hourly chime. Alarm with ...

 
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