This desk model (6” x 8”) calculator has an 8 digit LCD readout whose .5” high numbers are on a module that folds up and down for positioning to the angle that is optimal for each
user’s needs. Uses solar power.
• Weighs food in either grams or ounces
• Has a 6 lb. 10 oz. capacity
• Weight is displayed on screen
• Tare function for excluding weight of bowl
• Uses a 9-volt battery (included)
• Measures 9” x 6” x 1”
Template designed with an opening that provides enough room to write your name.
- 28 double six. Plastic Dominoes measure 1” x 2”.
- Black storage case included
Great looking clock with superior visibility for any room. Displays year, month, date, day
and analog clock.
- Easy to set
- Measures 12.5” squared
- Requires 5 AA batteries (not included)
Indicator with a sound alert when liquid level nears top of a glass or container.
Lightweight graphite folding cane that flex back to original shape when bent. original shape. Comes with a large diameter pencil tip made of long life super tough polymer and a firm rubber golf-style grip handle. Teardrop, metal, roller and roller ball tips available. Available in various sizes.
A template designed with an opening that provides enough room to write your name.
• Accurate to .2 lbs.
• Platform measures 14.5” x 11”
• 440 lb. limit
• Uses 4 AA batteries (not included)
Alarm clock that speaks time and date announcement with a female voice. Radio controlled with time signal generated from the U.S. ATomic Clock in Colorado. Large LCD display time, month, date, day of the week, and alarm time. Hourly announcement option between 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Five-minute alarm with beep tone and current time announcement. Volume control.
Small enough to fit into a pocket or purse, this convenient clock/keychain has a surprisingly loud and clear voice.
Talking Rx is a voice output medication label reader and reminder device designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This system is a 60-second digital recording device that fits on the bottom of a 12-, 13-, or 16-dram prescription bottle. A doctor or pharmacist records prescription information and instructions into Talking Rx, and the user can then hear the recorded information and instructions by pushing a small red button. The device produces clear, audible voice playback at 80-85 decibels. Messages can be up to 60 seconds long, and each message can be played up to 150 times. To record a message, the doctor or pharmacist actuates a recessed record button inside the device using a stylus or paperclip. While holding the record button down, the physician or pharmacist records the message by speaking into Talking Rx. Talking Rx can be used over and over. The same Talking Rx can be used again for a different medication or prescription when the first one is finished. The device can also be used with insulin or eye drops. Talking Rx is water-resistant and ultrasonically welded for security. POWER: Uses three watch batteries.