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BRUNTON BRAILLE COMPASS (MODEL 16B)
The Brunton Braille Compass, model 16B, is a tactile compass designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The compass has a raised dial on which an arrow represents north, while east, south, and west are represented by Braille letters. Dots denote intercardinal points. The user holds the compass level for roughly 10 seconds to allow the compass card to find North, then opens the cover slowly to lock the card in place. With a finger, the user finds the graduation on the compa...[More Information]
COLUMBUS TALKING COMPASS The Columbus Talking Compass is a hand-held orientation device with digitized speech output designed for persons with low vision or blindness. The four cardinal points (North, South, East, and West) and the interim points (NE, NW, SE, and SW) are spoken in one of two languages. The user orients the compass in the required direction and queries the device by pressing a button. The language is selected by sliding a small switch on the side of the unit. POWER: 2 internal size N 1.5-volt batteries. ...[More Information]
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