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Picture of VIBRATING PERSONAL PAGER (MODELS 8001 & 8001A) The Vibrating Personal Pager, model 8001, is a paging system designed for use by individuals with communication or mobility disabilities. This wireless system consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter is small enough to be carried in a purse or a pocket and pressing the transmitter causes the receivcer to vibrate up to 50 feet away. Model 8001A is adapted for switch use (switch not included). POWER: Uses one 12-volt and two double-A batteries.

Notes: Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price listed.

Price: 69.95.

This product record was updated on June 11, 2010.

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Enabling Devices

50 Broadway
Hawthorne, New York 10532
United States
Telephone: 800-832-8697 or 914-747-3070.
Fax: 914-747-3509.
Web: http://www.enablingdevices.com.
Email: sales@enablingdevices.com.


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