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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.
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I consider myself technologically savvy and this was difficult to setup. It never did connect to the remote I gave up. Big waste of time and money.Published 19 months ago by AP
I purchased this phone as an alternative for the monitoring service for my mom-in-law. I found the phone easy to program as this phone speaks the buttons and selections that you... Read morePublished on February 1, 2012 by Don
I bought two of these phones when they first came out, probably two years ago. I struggled to get the emergency button to function. Read morePublished on January 15, 2011 by Jason Brent
This product has many features, but I am not sure if they will work. Setup is going to be impossible for an older person, so do not send this to your parent and expect it to be... Read morePublished on June 21, 2009 by Kimbo Slice
My siblings & I purchased this product Spring 2008 for our elderly mother who is very stubborn & refuses to consider a monitoring service. Read morePublished on June 10, 2009 by Noelle
Since my elderly father is home alone during the day, between my son and my brothers, we agreed to order this product as a Christmas present for him. Read morePublished on January 16, 2009 by C. COLLINS
The primary emergency calling feature dials the numbers as programmed but the emergency message which is heard loudly in the room with the phone cannot be heard on the other end of... Read morePublished on August 29, 2008 by James E. Grabinski
Be careful ordering from Amazon. They charged me on shipping the product back when it wasn't my fault. They are very cute on their return policy where they don't take blame. Read morePublished on March 24, 2008 by Conrad Hade