Did you ever wish for a cordless telephone with extra big buttons? The Geemarc PhotoDECT is the answer! The base of this cordless telephone has 10 large direct dials that can be customised with writing or pictures. Calling out cannot be easier: all that is needed is to pick up the handset and press one of the pictures to be connected, making this an ideal phone for all those with limited dexterity, visual or cognitive impairments. With amplification of up to 22dB, the PhotoDECT is also very easy to hear and is therefore ideal for all those with mild to medium hearing loss. Features include big, backlit buttons and a large, bright, backlit display on the handset; caller ID on both handset and base; a loud handsfree speaker phone; a very loud adjustable ringer; a variety of ringing melodies and ringtones and a phone book with up to 50 names and numbers. The extra bonus? Several PhotoDECTs can be linked to the same base unit to allow you up to 5 different telephones in your home – with one single telephone socket. The PhotoDECT is the ideal solution for all those who want an advanced device with many features that is simple, stylish, and very easy to use.
Adjustable receiving volume control up to 22dB;10 one-touch photo keys;Redial/Flash/pause;Big button keypad;Phone book: 50 numbers (12 characters,20 digits);Choice of 9 Languages (English, French, Spanish,German, Italian,Netherlands,Russian, Portuguese,Turkish);Full handsfree speakerphone;Navigational Menu;LCD contrast adjustable; Clock; Key Lock;Name and phone number display;redial function for last 10 outgoing calls;Redial function for last 40 incoming calls;Caller time (also for Call waiting);5 melodies and 5 monophonic ring tones; 10 kinds of VIP ringer;Adjustable volume (5 levels); Up to 4 bases and up to 5 handsets;3 way conference;Call transfer of external calls (when using several Geemarc Handsets);Intercom between handsets; 2 pcs Ni-Mh 1.2V 600mA battery; GAP compatible;Pulse/Tone dialing mode;Supllied with adaptor plug.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 19 May, 2011.