Big button cordless phone for your landline. It features talking menu, amplified receiver, large easy to see buttons and screen and hands free speaker phone function.
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- Hearing aid compatible.
- The layout of the buttons is logical and therefore relatively easy to work out by touch alone.
- A very loud ringer that is adjustable.
- Up to 50 names and phone numbers can be stored.
- Sits in the cradle well.
- Changing batteries is straightforward.
- Handy to have the 3 short cut memory buttons at the top of the handset.
- Large numbered buttons with high contrast numbers.
- Announces the number of the button you are pressing when dialing.
- Voice of the talking menu is clear and easy to understand.
- The instructions that are announced are clear but there is no function in settings to switch this off when you know what these.
- Talking menu announces names that are stored in the phone book but please note it spells them rather than says them.
- Can adjust volume of talking menu voice using side volume up/down buttons. However, it would be helpful if the voice gave graded settings of the volume, for example, 90%, 80% and so on, so that you know where you are in terms of the volume.
- Buttons beep when the talking menu (voice prompting) feature is switched off. You may need sighted assistance to switch talking menu / voice prompting back on.
- Talking buttons and menus make this easier to use particularly by someone who is blind.
- The Uniden cordless phone has this talking feature and is cheaper.
- The buttons of the Uniden are not as large or high contrasting as this Oricom phone.