Our Talking Keychain Calendar has all the features of a traditional talking keychain clock. It speaks the time at the touch of a button, and has a daily alarm. In addition to all that, though, is a huge extra - it can speak the current date, too.
Have you ever been waiting for the bus for a weekly engagement, only to wonder whether today really is Tuesday? Or perhaps you suddenly pannick, thinking you've missed your sister's birthday on the 19th. There are lots of reasons why being sure what the current date is, but only one simple solution. Our new Talking Keychain Calendar can speak the current time, or today's full date, at the simple tap of a button. Clip it on your keychain, hang it around your neck, or throw it in your perse. Now, no matter where you go, it's got you covered. (Operates on one CR2032 button-cell battery, which is included and already installed.)
Directions for the Talking Keychain Calendar From Future Aids, The Braille Superstore.
There are only two buttons on your new Keychain Calendar. They are called Talk and Mode. Talk is on the front of the keychain below the speaker, and Mode is on the back side.
To begin, hold down the Mode button for three seconds, then release it. "Set Hour" is heard.
Each time you press the Mode button, a new choice is selected. Use the Talk button on the front of the keychain to set each option. For instance, to set the current Hour to 9 AM, press the Mode button, and Set Hour is heard. Press the Talk button until 9 AM is heard. Repeat this procedure to set Minute, Year, Month, Date, Alarm Hour, Alarm Minute, and Alarm On-Off. A final press of the Mode button (or a 5-second timeout) returns the clock to normal Mode, at which point a single beep is heard.
Now that your new keychain is set, all you need is the Talk button. Press Talk once to hear the time, or twice to hear the date. That's it!
(From the Talking Clocks shelf.)