* A Business Card Slate (with stylus) to help you sign your name and write Braille notes;
* A 20-page notepad for you to jot down phone numbers, addresses, appointments, exam deadlines, homework assignments, etc. (the pages can be torn out any time);
* And an attractive cloth pouch which the slate and notebook snugly fit into.
What is a Business Card Slate, anyway? It lets you write four Braille lines (12 cells long) in the notebook described above. You can also use it to write Braille on the business cards everyone loves passing out - or use blank ones of your own. And above the slate itself, there is a signature guide slot, which will keep you perfectly straight as you sign on the dotted line.
Basically, this nifty little kit serves as a blind person's pen and paper - it'll help you sign your name on print documents, while letting you write Braille notes which you yourself can read at the same time. And at this price, you're getting a real bang for your buck!
(From the Travel Accessories shelf.)