Avalon EZC Unisex Voice Series Low Vision Gold-Tone 4-Button Talking Watch, # 2608
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- Arrives already set to your local time zone!
- Features a loud female voice speaking the time, day, date, and year with the press of a button
- Additional audible features include an alarm with a choice of 3 sound settings plus and hourly chime
- Includes large print instructions. Very easy to set and operate.
- Included gift box and 2-year limited warranty
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Finally, a talking watch that is attractive too. This beautifully crafted timepiece features a loud female voice speaking the time, day, date and year with a press of a button. Additional audible features include an hourly chime, and 3 alarm sounds. Setting of time and alarms are all audible(and easy). Gift box and 2-year limited warranty included. Enjoy!
- ASIN: B000CRHQQM
- Item model number: 2608
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 8, 2005
- Average Customer Review:
|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Avalon|
|Dial window material type||Mineral|
|Case material||Gold tone|
|Case diameter||37 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||12.9 millimeters|
|Band Material||Stainless steel|
|Band width||18 millimeters|
Top customer reviews
Because her arms do not have a normal range of motion, my mom was unable to put the watch (on her wrist) up to her ear (or even her face) with one arm, and push the buttons with the fingers of the hand on the other arm.
I took the watchband off and attached a gold loop to the pin that usually holds the band. Then I fastened a gold chain through the loop. The chain is long enough for her to put on and take off without unfastening it. Now she can bring the watch up to her face and see which button she's pushing, and the watch is close enough to her ears that she can also hear the voice.
I really do recommend this watch highly for someone without mobility issues, or someone with mobility issues who has normal hearing. The band is for someone with a large wrist, but I was able (with several tools!) to make it smaller - before we discovered the mobility problem.
The digital watch with the voice is used by way of the four corner buttons. The the hands are set with the dial on the right. These two interfaces do not talk to each other so both must be set independently.
After about a year, the voice was getting softer and harder for him to hear. Also had some scratches on the watch. He took it back to Avalon, expecting them to sell him a new battery but they replaced the entire watch! Hastle free....I am a pretty tough critic, but I say Kudo's Avalon!
We changed to daylight savings time recently and we had misplaced the directions for changing the time, but Dave answered the email I sent right away and emailed the directions. Within minutes we were able to get the watch to the correct time.
This is a great product for those with low vision or anyone who has trouble reading the time or date on a watch. I would recommend it highly!