Corded amplified phone with strobe incoming call signal. Comprises; maximum handset volume of 133dB/149dB; 3 position ringer volume with 9 melody options, maximum ringer volume of 81dB; sliding tone control; hearing aid compatible; xenon flash can be selected to indicate incoming calls, option of ringer and pad or ringer and flash alert; hands-free loudspeaker; large buttons; twelve one key memory buttons including three emergency memory buttons; last number redial; mute button; 2,5mm neckloop jack socket; 3,5mm jack socket for vibrating pad; wall mountable.
There are 2 models of this product available. Suppliers may not supply them all:
Geemarc Telecom S A
Sales Liaison Office
5 Swallow Court
Welwyn Garden City
When using a telephone that has a built in inductive coupler with a hearing aid set to the 'T' position it is important to hold the telephone earpiece as close as possible to the magnetic pick-up within your hearing aid. Even a small change in position can make a big difference. Hold the telephone handset very close to, or even touching, your hearing aid and move it slowly up, down, left and right until you get the best signal (you could listen to the dialling tone sound to compare the signal received from different positions).1
If your not sure whether your telephone has an inductive coupler look for a label on the underside of the phone or on its original box saying 'hearing aid compatible' or 'inductive coupler' with an ear symbol (as shown above).
Most cordless telephones now use digital technology (DECT: Digital Enhanced Cordless Transmission) which can cause interference with older analogue hearing aids (newer hearing aids tend to be digital).1,2 Consequently if you do use an analogue hearing aid and are thinking about purchasing a cordless telephone we recommend you try using the phone with your hearing aid in a shop before purchase.
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Click Care Solutions Ltd
Healthcare House, Snaygill Industrial Estate
Supplier details last checked: 27 March 2013
Next check due: 27 March 2015
Sales Liaison Office
5 Swallow Court
SwallowfieldsWelwyn Garden City
Supplier details last checked: 30 April 2013
Next check due: 30 April 2015
1 Haddonbrook Business Centre
Supplier details last checked: 08 November 2011
Next check due: 08 November 2013
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