This amplified telephone makes dialing easy by identifying speed dial buttons with pictures of your friends and family.
This amplified phone uses pre-programmed buttons and colorful photo frames to store favorite pictures for easy recollection of faces and easy dialing access. The Photo Phone is attractive and makes dialing fun and easy for everyone!
There are 9 easy to program photo-dial buttons covered by a template that you to fill with images, letters or numbers (what ever is the best representation for the speed dial number). Each photo frame is 1" x ¾". The key pad numbers are very big, with high contrast numbers and letters.
This phone is available in two styles:
Model P300 has a handset volume control that amplifies up to 18 dB (around 10 times louder than a standard telephone). The Ringer volume can be set up to 75 dB and the pitch can be adjusted on a sliding scale from low to high.
Model P400 has up to 26 dB volume amplification in the handset. The ringer volume can be set up to 95dB and the pitch can be set to either low or high (not a sliding scale).
To 'pump up the volume' on either phone, simply slide the volume switch to the desired position and press the blue 'Amplify' button located below the keypad. For the comfort of other users, the amplification is automatically turned off when you hang up the handset.
The Photo Phone is helpful for individuals who have trouble remembering phone numbers. A great gift for anyone who has young children or grandchildren just learning how to use the phone.
|Special Notes||Each memory location can hold up to 16 digits.|
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|Product Weight||2¾ lb|
|Warranty||Limited One Year Manufacturer's Warranty|
|Compatibility (other devices)||Hearing aid T-Coil compatible handset|
|Professional Ratings||Complies with Parts 15 and 68 of the FCC Rules.|
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"We added the Voice Dialer to this phone. Now the phone is user-friendly for everyone in the house. Just thought we'd pass along this idea!" K.J., Albany, NY
"I got this phone for my parents now in their 80's. Even though four of their seven children are in the area (not to mention the others out of state) they have different area codes making calling complicated. The Photo Phone simplifies all of this especially for my mother with Alzheimer's. They love the phone except that the piece that holds the handset in place was inadequate to keep the handset hung as the phone was mounted on the wall. My dad gerry-rigged it with a piece of metal in place of the piece of plastic and so far it works like a charm." J.T., Topeka, KS
"I purchased this phone for my son who has down syndrome. He loves it and dials his friends from school and family. This makes him feel a little independent and he loves it. I had already bought this phone before but it just broke and now I'm purchasing my second. I hope they never stop making this product." M.D., Richmond Hill, NY
"I like the photo feature but the manufacturer needs to find a way to improve the handle. It keeps breaking -- this is my third phone. Once it was the phone line that broke but I couldn't find another telephone line that was skinny enough to fit so I ditched the phone. Another time the handle fell off the mount and broke -- the handle does not rest securely when the phone is wall-mounted. But for my Mom with Alzheimers the photo dialing is a godsend so I'm giving it another try. Let me know if you work the kinks out." E.G., North Adams, MA
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