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Talking Thermometer Clock

2.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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  • Deluxe Model; with Large Display and Human Voice

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For those occasions when you can settle for nothing but the absolute best; This huge clock's rich; vibrant speech sets it apart from anything else you've ever heard before. By simply touching the four-inch long TALK button on top; it announces the time and indoor temperature (in Fahrenheit or Celcius) with a pleasant female voice. The clock also has a high-low volume control; a built-in snooze feature; a daily alarm and a separate weekend alarm. (A visual calendar is also available on the unit; but the clock does not speak the date out loud.) What's more; a blind person can easily set the time and alarms - each Mode button beautifully speaks exactly what it's doing. (Our favorite thing about setting the time on this clock is that there are both Forward and Backward buttons; so if you go one minute past the top of the hour; you don't have to press a button fifty-nine times to move one minute back.) The only thing you'll need a sighted person to set on this clock is the date - if you plan on using the weekend alarm. Of all our talking products under twenty dollars; this one wins first prize for its crystal-clear speech; which is great for those with hearing loss. As well; the one-inch high numbers on the huge; brightly-lit LCD display will score major points with individuals who are visually impaired. Standing a full four and a half inches tall; our heavy-duty Talking Thermometer Clock has rubber feet on the bottom to prevent it from sliding around. Built to last for years and years; this sturdy clock will look simply stunning on your nightstand; desk or coffee table! Uses four AA batteries (not included).

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2.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,463,232 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#23,991 in Home & Kitchen > Home Décor > Clocks

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I needed a talking alarm clock, and took a chance on this clock that had not been reviewed. It is silver in color and uses 4 AA batteries. I stuck the batteries in, which are not included, and was able to program the clock and alarms myself fairly easily. The buttons and functions are clearly audible and can be programmed by a person who is blind.
The clock's features include an audible time, alarms, and temperature. It also has date and time that is not audible. There is a large, wide button on top which will read the time and temperature when pressed. The voice is clear and the high volume setting is loud enough for me, There are two alarms: a daily alarm and a weekend alarm, which I find to be useful.
Issues to note:
1. The temperature is consistently 3 degrees higher than the actual temperature. I just subtract 3 to get the actual temperature, but if you are picky like me, this may bother you.
2. To be fair, the manufacture clearly states the date is not audible. I wish it were. I would rather have the date than temperature. At least the date would be accurate.
3. The female voice is clear and is loud enough in my opinion. However, my friend who has been blind most her life finds the voice to be unbearable. She says the voice is too slow. I mention this because many people who are blind are use to their assistive technology reading really, really fast. Once again, to be fair, most talking clocks I've heard read slowly. It does not bother me and may be beneficial for the elderly.
Final thoughts:
If you need an inexpensive talking alarm clock under $20 then this will work fine. A high quality looking and feeling alarm clock will cost you more than double this clock. It really depends on the quality you are paying for. For the price, I will gladly keep this clock.
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Nice looking but a digital number is broken. I am waiting for a return label.
What I needed it for is to remind me to take med every evening at 9 pm, but you have to turn the alarm off and then back on daily or listen to the alarm for a full five minutes until it shuts off. Buttons not easy to set. For that reason, it is not visually friendly. I need one that I can just push a button to turn the alarm off, but it will re-arm itself for the next day
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