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Telemergency ClearVoice 2000 Emergency Telephone with Wireless Pendant


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  • No installation fees or monthly fees
  • Talking caller ID
  • Adjustable volume, ringer and tone control
  • Holds up to 30 telephone numbers in memory
  • Easy to use programming directions with voice prompts and LCD display in English or Spanish

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Improve the quality of life for loved ones with the ClearVoice 2000, a full featured amplified telephone for people with partial hearing and/or sight loss. Includes important remote dual function wearable lightweight pendant for those concerned with falling, as well as Talking Caller ID to let you hear who is calling by name or telephone number. Features Telemergency' renowned Emergency Help System: the press of a button automatically activates the speakerphone and can get you the help you need. Calls up to 10 entered emergency numbers from the phone directory in sequence sending to each called number the emergency message (pre-recorded or user recordable). Allows all called party(s) to speak/listen to caller through the built-in speakerphone. The ClearVoice 2000 features include adjustable high quality amplified handset and tone controls, big talking keypad buttons for those with sight impairment, amplified Speakerphone, Talking Caller ID, Call Waiting Caller ID, Talking Phone book, 64 number Caller ID history, 30 number name and phone directory for those with Caller ID service, Talking Dual Language Caller ID list, Phone book (English/Spanish selectable), Voice Guide (English/Spanish), Super loud 95 db. ringer (adjustable) with strobe light, Unanswered Call Alert, real time clock, power failure backup, dual wireless pendant retains all entered phone numbers in the phone book including the critical emergency telephone numbers. No need to re-enter telephone numberss in case of power failures. Twice the amplification level required by the FCC for amplified telephones. No monthly fees and no installation fees required. Protection 24 hours a day. Caller ID required for Caller ID functions. 4 AA batteries required--not included.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 7 x 3 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000EGLYGY
  • UPC: 680446202000 680446220004
  • Item model number: ClearVoice 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #389,616 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I struggled to get the emergency button to function.
Jason Brent
I'm not sure what he would do in a real (panic) emergency, but I don't want to find out.
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Now, otherwise the unit has a major defect, so I will probably return it.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Edgar J. Elliott on November 4, 2007
This phone is for my 91-year-old, almost-totally-blind mother. I'm just the programmer and I've only played with it over the last couple days. It has an amazing set of features.

Some of the key PROS for my mother:
o Speaks digits while manually dialing or speaks names when scrolling through the phone book.
o 30-number phone book (her prior phone (Ameriphone JV-35) only stores 10 numbers and this was a major reason for upgrading)
o Pendant can activate speakerphone to answer incoming calls (she is really slow getting to the phone & cordless phones are not an option because of the button size and user interface)
o Pendant can activate a pre-programmed sequence of outgoing calls (avoids a monthly fee for a specialized service) (Note that the ClearVoice Model 100 cannot do this.)

CONS (The first three would be important to someone who is blind):
o Does not announce each step during programming (i.e., the person programming must be able to read the LCD).
o Does not announce "End of phone book" when scrolling through phone book.
o For dialing, only speaks when handset is on cradle and speakerphone is turned off (i.e., if either is off hook, manually-dialed numbers are not spoken and phone book names are not spoken). (I cite this as a con because it forces the user to adapt to the phone, rather than designing the phone as the user might want to use it.)
o Ringer cannot be set to Off (only Low, Med, Hi). (an important feature for napping).
o User manual not available on web site and the paper manual is not easily copied (important for a caregiver who does not live with the user; also useful when making a purchasing decision). I scanned the manual and placed in the Files section at [...] You must sign up as a member.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 10, 2008
The MAJOR problem (other than the first unit being defective) I have with this product is that the alert button is challenging. You have to hold it down for 4 seconds to activate, but it cancels if you hold it for more than 8 seconds.

For my elderly Dad, he either kept pushing the button, or held it down forever. Neither would have set off the emergency sequence. I'm not sure what he would do in a real (panic) emergency, but I don't want to find out. There is an LED that flashes when it is set off, but he would never get to that point if he just keep pushing the button over and over.

This is a really dumb design. I'd rather put up with some false alarms than have a button you could cancel. I'd constantly be wondering if he had fallen and couldn't remember how long to hold down the button.

There are some pendants that have 2 buttons - just as confusing. So, still looking...
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By B. Borgerson on August 28, 2007
We bought this for my wife's 88 year old aunt who lives alone. She doesn't want to pay (or let us pay) the monthly fees for an emergency call service, so we're trying this. Be forewarned: programming is complex, so it helps to have some geeky experience, and even at that it takes a good twenty minutes or more of patient work. But once programmed, it does dial numbers in sequence, awaiting a touch tone response before continuting to dial at one minute intervals. We put 911 in the fifth slot. In testing, I tried to hang up just as "9" showed on the display. But 911 called back a few seconds later. Even though I said it was just a test, a cop shows up five minutes later "to make sure nobody is holding a gun to my head." Standard procedure. Yikes. Anyway, it seems to work.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Doc on March 10, 2008
Install for my mother-in-law. Took a little time go get the programming down but was not real hard. It worked as it said it would. I even put in a beeper number with a return number with 911 on end so I know where it came from. Was able to drop the monitoring system she had which was $35 a month.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Steve on March 19, 2009
My sisters and I purchased the Telemergency ClearVoice 200a for our father and are very pleased.

The unit was delivered in working order and was straighforward to use.

We had read the reviews and were concerned about programming. I found it straighforward and consistent. That said, it is probably beyond anyone that is frail enough to need this phone. Therefore, give it to a grandchild and it'll be done in 2 hours or less.

While we are talking about programming, organization is the key. Decide before you start on what the emergency message needs to be and what numbers should be called. You can call up to 6 in the order you specify. Once the person called acknowleges the message, by pressing 0, it stops calling the others. I recommend that 911 is one of the numbers, but not the first number. This will help reduce false alarms.

Once the machine is programmed, the emergency features are especially nice. Hold the button on the pendant for 5 seconds and an alarm will sound. Once sounded, let go of the button and it will call for help. On the call for help, it repeats the pre-recorded message for 60 seconds and then calls the next number in the list. Once at the bottom of the list, it starts over again.

Other features are too numerous to name, but well thought out and useful.
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