- Size (LWH): 10.75 inches, 9.5 inches, 3 inches
- Weight: 2.75 pounds
Walker W1000 Clarity High-Frequency Enhancing Telephone (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Visual ring indicator
- Automatically enhances and clarifies high-frequency sound
- 3.5 mm jack for assistive listening devices
- Ringer pitch and volume controls
- Desk or wall mounted
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The W-1000 enhances the volume of high-frequency sounds and clarifies high-pitch voices. A volume-boost button lets you turn this feature on or off depending on who's using the phone. There's also a 3.5 mm jack for assistive listening devices.
Large buttons make dialing simple, and hold, pause, and mute functions let you talk to someone in the room without the person on the phone hearing. And a 10-number memory lets you call your favorite numbers with the touch of a button.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Speed dial keys are really great
2. designated 'Hold' button which has a light to remind you that you have somebody on hold. Just press the receiver to switch over.
3. I love the 'boost' button Sometimes people talk to low and this button allows me to hear them clearly without asking them to repeat what they're saying.
4. If the power goes out this phone still works.
5. I hang this from the wall near my recliner and I didn't have to puzzle piece the back together to get it to work. It hangs very securely with 2 screws and I didn't have to add any apparatus to the back of the phone to achieve this!! yay!
Definitely recommend this phone.
Cons.. it doesn't have caller ID but I got a little telephone jack so my cordless and corded phone are plugged into the same outlet now and the cordless has a caller ID so I look at it first but I use the Clarity phone unless I need to walk around to do something and then I'll take the cordless
The product itself, the Walker W1000 Clarity High Frequency Enhancing Telephone, is an above-average product. It comfortably amplifies voices to a comfortable level for people with mild to moderate hearing loss. You can adjust the volume higher or lower depending on the voice volume of the person speaking at the other end of the telephone. People without hearing loss can also comfortably use this phone; they simply do not engage the volume boost feature. I am happy with this phone, and I am going to buy another one.....but not through this particular vendor!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had Walker phones before, but this one is a dud. After about one minute of use, I got "frying eggs" static; then it went to a busy signal. Read morePublished 7 days ago by David P.
If I enhance the sound it is then very noisy and all the other adjustments go away like the ringer etc...and so I don't hear it when the phone rings.. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Capewriter
Bought this for my elderly neighbors.
Liked the big buttons.
Told, it was louder easier to hear and understand.
This was not the case. Read more
Nice phone with large number pad. Has volume control which is why I purchased this phone. Good buy...Published 16 months ago by Rhoda Galgiani
Since I purchased it as a gift for my sister that lives 700 miles away, I have no comment as to it's value. Read morePublished on July 4, 2013 by R. Kauffman
I bought this phone as a gift for my parents who are getting older and need the larger keys to see, but dont want all the other functions like an answering machine. Read morePublished on January 1, 2012 by Disappointed
Simple to set up. Great price. I think this is the third or fourth one we have purchased for elderly with hearing problems.Published on November 5, 2011 by Paul Calmes