Packed in an elegant clamshell storage case and presented in a colorful gift box, this men's talking watch would make a wonderful gift for any guy ... even yourself! Designed to be enjoyed, made to last, this comfortable, water-resistant watch is easy to set, even by a blind person. The buttons are conveniently located on the rim of the watch, and the body is made of genuine staneless steel. Complete with a durable, fully-adjustable metal band and attractive new look and style, this watch is sure to be a useful keepsake for many years. (Runs on one CR2016 button-cell battery, which is included - naturally.)
Directions for the Deluxe Talking Watch From Future Aids, The Braille Superstore.
Place the watch on a table in front of you, with the large clip on the left.
Press Talk to hear the time.
Press Set to hear the date. Hold down set after hearing the date to enter the Set menu, or press Set again to return to normal mode.
Press Mode once to enter the stopwatch. Here, Talk speaks the time elapsed, Set clears the stopwatch, Change starts and pauses the timer, and Mode returns the watch to normal mode.
Press Mode more than once to check or set one of the four alarms. Here, you can press Talk to hear what the alarm is set for, hold down Set to enter the set menu, or press Change to turn the alarm on and off. Press Mode again to move to the next alarm. After alarm 4, pressing Mode will return the watch to normal mode.
Press Change to toggle Hourly Report on and off.
The Set Menu
Press Talk to hear what the current value is set for, for example 3 o'clock PM.
Press Set to move to the next value to set, such as from hour to minute.
Press Change to change the value, such as from 3 o'clock to 4 o'clock.
Mode exits the Set Menu.
(From the Talking Watches shelf.)