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Future Call FC-1007 Picture Care Phone with 40dB
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|Batteries||1 AA batteries required.|
|Dialer Type||Single Keypad|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 3.5 x 9 inches; 1.37 Pounds|
|Multiline Operation||Single-Line Operation|
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- Pictures can be placed on each button
- Ringer switch with Hi/Lo/Off
- Bright LED lights for incoming calls
- 10 Two-touch or 10 one-touch memory keys
- Red 911 emergency key
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Future call picture care phone includes the following features: Pictures can be placed on each button, Ringer switch with Hi Lo Off, Bright LED lights for incoming calls, 10 Two-touch or 10 one-touch memory keys, Red 911 emergency key - this number is backed up even if the unit is unplugged from the line.
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I really liked having the ability to label speed dialing for each number on large keys. I decided against using photos both because it would take me a long time to locate good images for 10 people that were the right size, but also because her eyesight is not great and I was not confident she would easily distinguish the faces. So, instead I typed out each name in the largest print that would fit and labeled the keys with names instead.
The phone provides two dialing options. The first allows the phone to be used as a regular phone with the numbered keys. In that case, if the user wants to use the "photo" speed dial option, there is a large button below the "0" key for "photo dialing" that is pressed first, then the user presses the desired photo (or in my case, name). The second option (which I chose) allows the user to simply press the desired button (name/photo) and the phone automatically dials that number. In this case, the phone cannot be used to make calls to other numbers using the keypad, it is limited to the pre-programmed numbers. I picked that option because I did not think my mother would be able to remember to press the other button first (especially since it is labeled "photo" and I did not use photos). There is a switch on the back of the phone that allows you to choose which dialing option you want. The "911" button at the top of the phone can also be programmed to something other than 911 (I set it to the Assisted Living building's main number). The phone does not have visual or audio caller ID, which is unfortunate, but we have another corded phone in the apartment that has caller ID (and allows normal dialing) so that was not a problem. There is a button for a speaker phone which we tested and it worked fine, but I do not expect her to use it. I removed all the cordless phones from the apartment to address the other problem.
My mother was immediately able to use this phone and make outbound calls, which she was thrilled about. For incoming calls, the other cordless phone in the apartment has a loud enough announcement feature that she can hear who is calling. It would be really nice if this one had caller ID as well, as she has been confused that since it does not announce calls she thinks she cannot answer calls from that phone, but hopefully that will improve with time.
The phone was very easy to set up and the directions were clear and easy to use.
I have read a number of negative reviews that the phone fails after a few months, loses all programming, or the volume in the receiver is too low (or switches to buzzing). As this is a brand new unit I have not encountered these problems but will update my review if I do encounter them. In the meantime, I highly recommend this phone to anyone who has an elderly parent in a similar situation.