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FS: GEEMARC Clearsound CL100 multifunction telephone HEARING AID COMPATIBLE £17.00

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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
BIG BUTTON CLEAR SOUND MULTIfUNCTION TELEPHONE.

* SPEECH VOLUME CONTROL -4,0 OR +4db
* 3 SPECIAL MEMORIES
* 9 DIRECT MEMORIES
* VISUAL RINGER INDICATOR
* HEARING AID COMPATIBLE
* ADJUSTABLE RINGER LEVEL AND TONE
* LAST NUMBER REDIAL
* MUTE
* WALL MOUNTABLE

These retail at around £39.99 upwards , this phone is as new in box, bubblewrapped but unfortunatly no booklet ( cant remember if it came with one as there is so many instructions on the box).

"The Geemarc Clearsound 100 Amplified Telephone for the hard of hearing is easy to use and operate, has a receiver volume of up to 30db (3 to 4 times louder than a normal telephone). The Phone does not require a power supply to achieve the 30db amplification and can therefore be used where there are no power points / plug sockets. Simply plug the telephone into the phone socket (with the cables supplied) and insert the batteries.

The Telephone is designed to be as simple to use as possible for every user. The high contrast big-buttons on this telephone make it suitable for users who are also visually impaired.

There is a pop out phone number sheet beneath the telephone on the right hand side of the telephone. There are three coloured emergency quick dial buttons at the top of the telephone in green, red and blue. Additionally, there are 9 quick dial memory buttons that can be programmed for one-touch dialling down the right hand side of the telephone".
Shipping/Payment:
Via PAYPAL or on pick up
Location:
Peterborough
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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