Perhaps best of all, every feature of this watch is totally accessible by a blind person. It's a piece of cake to tell whether the alarm is set to go off - and when, and to check if Hourly Report is toggled on or off. You can also set it to speak the time in either 12-hour or 24-hour military style. And of course, the watch has a large LCD display, and a fully adjustable plastic strap - meaning it can fit kids and adults alike.
So, whether you're buying this attractive, nicely-boxed talking watch as a special treat for yourself or a friend, it's sure to be a practical tool that'll be used all the time! (Uses one CR2016 battery, included.)
Directions for the Classic Talking Watch From Future Aids, The Braille Superstore.
Place the watch on a table in front of you, with the metal clasp on the left, and the speaker facing up. The button facing you on your left is Mode. We will refer to this button as bottom-left. Before we begin, press Mode until four beeps are heard.
Setting Time and Alarm
Press Mode once to enter the time-style setting. A single beep is heard. Press Minute to select 24-hour time, or Hour for 12-hour announcement.
Press Mode again, and Time Set is heard. Press the Minute and Hour buttons to set the time.
Press the Mode button again, and Alarm Set will be heard. You may now repeat the above procedure to set the alarm.
Press Mode a final time. Four beeps are heard, and the watch is in normal mode.
Press Talk to hear the time.
Press Minute to turn Hourly report on and off.
Press Hour to turn the alarm on and off.
(From the Talking Watches shelf.)