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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 11/2012) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- The Tel-Ease Phone with BackTalk is a voice output telephone designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This phone announces each number as it is dialed and features extra-large buttons, a 10-number memory, amplified receiver volume, and an adjustable ringer. COLOR: The phone is white. The phone is available with a choice of black numbers on white keypad or white numbers on a black keypad.

Price: 135.95.

This product record was updated on November 28, 2012.

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Sight Connection

9709 Third Avenue NE, Suite 100
Seattle, Washington 98115-2027
United States
Telephone: 800-458-4888 or 206-525-5556.
Web: http://www.sightconnection.com.
Email: store@sightconnection.org.


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