Clarity P300 Handset Landline Telephone
|Precio:||$1,092.62 + $118.93 de envío.|
Cuando un producto es enviado por Amazon, el vendedor utilizará Logística de Amazon para realizar el envío. Logística de Amazon es un servicio que ofrecemos a los vendedores para permitirles almacenar sus productos en los centros logísticos de Amazon, donde nosotros los empaquetamos y los enviamos a los clientes. Además, Amazon ofrece servicio de atención al cliente para dichos productos. Adicionalmente, los artículos de Logística de Amazon califican para Envío GRATIS en compras superiores a $499 MXN.
Si eres vendedor, Logística de Amazon puede ayudarte a aumentar tus ventas. Te invitamos a conocer más acerca de Logística de Amazon.
- Amplifies incoming sounds up to 20dB
- 9 programmable photo memory buttons
- Adjustable incoming volume control
- Bright visual ring indicator
- Large, easy-to-use keypad
Los clientes que vieron este producto también vieron
Los clientes que compraron este producto también compraron
¿Tienes una pregunta?
Encuentra respuestas en la información del producto, en preguntas y respuestas y en opiniones de clientes
Descripción del producto
Ninguna opinión de cliente
|5 estrellas (0%)|
|4 estrellas (0%)|
|3 estrellas (0%)|
|2 estrellas (0%)|
|1 estrella (0%)|
Escribir reseña sobre este producto
Opiniones de clientes más útiles en Amazon.com
So what I needed was: a phone that would never leave it's place (corded to base), and something with larger buttons.... I didn't know exactly how to address the button thing, because I knew she would not be able to press 7-10 correct digits.
Then I found this phone... how wonderful! There are 9 empty picture buttons (where you place a picture of a loved one/etc,) and then set the picture button to their number.
Placing the pictures is easy, as long as you have pictures small enough.... time to get the picture tubs out! Lol (who uses albums)
To set specific number into those 9 picture buttons is really easy. The directions give clear and easy steps to set it up.
There is also a switch on the side of the base that allows you to switch the volume up... which works out perfectly for those who don't hear well/have hearing aids.
Anyway I am really grateful to have found this phone. It has made it possible for her to answer the phone... and better yet, she can dial up to 9 different people/places with the touch of one button.
Delivery was fast, and cost is fair for what the product does.
When someone has dementia they start to lose things. They lose their memory, and ability to do things of course... but they lose other things too: their car keys are gone, their friends stop coming by... and some, like my loved one, lose the ability to even pick up a phone and have a conversation. They get lonely. And I had been struggling, trying to figure out how to make things better.
The company that made this phone actually brought something back to her. And it means more to us than this amazon review could ever express. It's just really great to know that their are companies selling products like this... bringing back a part of regular life, to those who lose something everyday.
My thanks go out to the company, the seller, and anyone else involved in creating this product and getting it out there.
Update: we were unable to detach the curly cord from the handset, and time to return was running out, so we just returned this phone. Luckily our dad had only minor hearing loss is able to use a conventional phone with memory dial functions. Too bad so many products for the elderly are so poorly executed.
Added black border to make trimming easier.
Sound quality not great but usable so 4 stars so far
The big buttons are wonderful and the preset memory dial buttons are great too. I wanted to set up the phone immediately and didn't happen to have pictures of myself and all the family members handy so I used a thick marker to put each person's initial on a piece of paper – cut that out and put it in there instead. The square is smaller than it looks in the photos so you would need a really small picture to put in there so I think will just keep initials.
The only negative thing I have to say is the shape and size of the handheld piece. The part that you put up to your ear is sort of round ( not just in circumference but it's like a bubble ) which makes it sort of odd. If it were flat and more square it would stay up against my dad's ear better but other than that it's very helpful.