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The Dovtech Alarm Clock is a digital alarm clock designed for use with a lamp or bed vibrator by people with hearing disabilities. This clock is equipped dual independent alarms with built-in jacks for a bed vibrator and/or a lamp. Standard features include an on/off switch to enable a lamp to be used as both an alarm signal and a reading lamp, snooze alarm, a PM indicator light, and forward/reverse time and alarm setting. This clock is available with or without a bed vibrator. POWER: Uses standard household current with battery backup. DIMENSIONS: The clock is 8 x 4 x 2 inches. The display numbers are 1.8 inches tall. COLOR: The display numbers are red. WARRANTY: One year warranty.

Price: 79.95 to 46.95.

This product record was updated on April 24, 2003.

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Harris Communications Inc.

15155 Technology Drive
Eden Prairie, Minnesota 55344-2277
United States
Telephone: 800-825-6758 or 952-906-1180.
TT: 800-825-9187 or 952-906-1198.
Fax: 952-906-1099.

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