The Alarm Clock with Jumbo Display is a digital alarm clock designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This full-function clock features a jumbo display and a receptacle to plug in an existing lamp or vibrator. OPTIONS: Powerful strobe light or a pillow vibrator. COLOR: Black.
Combination portable bed vibrator (Mattress Magic) and clock-timer. It combines the Digital Clock-Timer ##2740 ($70 separately) and a portable mattress vibrator (##2554 $82 separately). Just place between the mattress and the box spring of any twin to king sized bed. On-off switch located on electrical cord. Deluxe clock features two position alarm switch which will flash standard lamp in one position and vibrator and strobe in other position. Weighs only six pounds. Easy to read LED display and
Combination strobe light and digital clock with large LED display. Clock features a two-position alarm switch which will flash a standard lamp when alarm has been activated. In the other position, it will turn on vibrators and strobe lights to awaken individuals at preset times. Battery back-up system, low battery indicator, power failure indicator. Snooze bar. Clock by itself is $70.00.
The Combination Strobe Light and HF Flasher Alarm Clock is a digital alarm clock designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. The unit includes a powerful strobe light that plugs directly into this mountable clock.
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 stand
The Dual Alarm Clock with Jumbo Display is a digital alarm clock designed for use by individuals with hearing disabilities. This full-function clock features dual alarms, a jumbo display, and a receptacle for plugging in an existing lamp or vibrator. OPTIONS: Powerful strobe light, powerful bed vibrator.
Flashing alarm clock has lighted dial. Awakens sleeper with silent flashing light.
The Flashing Lamp Digital Alarm Clock is a alarm clock designed to flash a lamp when the alarm sounds for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This clock is unique in that it is equipped with an attractive goose neck style lamp mounted to its top. The lamp flashes on and off simultaneously with the audible alarm to indicate the alarm. The lamp can be used separately from the alarm clock. Other features include alarm On/OFF, snooze, p.m. indicator, and an easy-to-read display. It is also
The Helen is an alarm clock designed for use by individuals who are deaf and blind or have low vision. The device helps users by waking them up in the morning, informing them of the current time of day and reminding them of upcoming events. This device helps users complete daily tasks by keeping track of time and organizing their day. The Helen features easy to use, large and tactile buttons.
The HF Flashex is a flashing alarm clock designed to wake individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. The clock has a built in flasher that works simultaneously with the audible alarm. The clock also offers a nine-minute repeat snooze feature, a top switch for reading, and a plug receptacle for an existing lamp or vibrator, which are triggered to flash or vibrate when the alarm goes off. This clock is also available without the outlet, but with an auxiliary jack for bed vibrator and with or wit
The Dual Alarm Clock with Doorbell and door Knock model KA1000, is a vibrating and flashing alarm clock, telephone signal amplifier, and doorbell signal designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This unit can alert the user either by sound, light, or bed shaker, and includes a built-in telephone ring signaler, wireless doorknock/doorbell transmitter, and built-in wireless receiver for Krown KA300 alarm monitor transmitters. The unit can be expanded into other rooms using K
The Krown Wake Me Up Alarm Clock, model K-WMU, is a vibrating alarm clock designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This alarm clock features a strong bed shaker, a jumbo LED display with adjustable dimmer, an adjustable loud audible buzzer (up to 120 decibels), and lamp/radio outlet. The user can choose to turn the bed shaker and lamp on or off and/or adjust the buzzer volume. POWER: Uses alternating current (AC) with 9-volt battery backup (battery not included). DIMENSIO
The Remote Visual Doorbell Clock is a doorbell signal with flashing alarm clock designed for use by individuals who are visually impaired and/or hard of hearing. This wireless system can trigger 39 different musical options or emit a bright flashing light on top of a clock. The clock light also functions as a standard alarm clock and stopwatch and works up to 160 feet away from the doorbell. POWER: Uses 4 triple-A batteries or alternating current (AC) adapter (adapter included).
The Room Valet is a fire safety, telephone signal, flashing alarm clock, and door signal system designed to make hotel rooms safer and more accessible for people with hearing disabilities. The computer-based system interfaces directly with hotel central alarm systems and in-room smoke detectors to provide visual (strobe or flashing light) or tactile (bed shaking) in the event of fire or other emergencies, as well as alerting the guest to the telephone or door knocks. Room Valet also includes an
The Sonic Boom Analog Alarm Clock with Super Shaker, model SBA475, is a flashing and vibrating alarm clock designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This analog clock features a loud pulsating alarm (up to 113 decibels) accompanied by a sharp backlight that flashes when the alarm rings. The alarm is designed to be easy to set and has adjustable tone and volume control. Other features include a high/low dimmer switch, night light, and an extra-large easy-to-see face, and a
The TCL 100 Analog Alarm Clock is a flashing alarm clock with a vibrating signal and amplified alarm, and it is a visual and vibrating telephone signal indicator. It is designed for use by people who are deaf or hard of hearing. This clock has an illuminated analog clock face which a bright flashing LED light on the top that is activated when the alarm sounds. The volume of the audible alarm adjusts up to 90 decibels (dB), and there are five alarm patterns and three alarm settings (loud signa
The TCL 200 Digital Alarm Clock is a flashing, voice output digital alarm clock with a vibrating signal and amplified alarm, and it is a visual and vibrating telephone signal indicator. It is designed for use by people who are blind, deaf, and hard of hearing or have low vision. This clock has an illuminated digital clock face with a bright flashing LED light on the top that is activated when the alarm sounds. It can announce the time in five languages (English, Spanish, French, German or Italia
The Vibrating Alarm Clock, model VA3, is a vibrating and flashing alarm clock designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. For use at home or travelling, this alarm clock has a gradual yet powerful vibration. It clips under the user's pillow or can be placed on a night stand. Amplified audio and flasher alarms are also included. A large LCD display shows the room temperature as well as the time. Other features include a built-in flashlight and a timer. POWER: Uses 3 AA alkali
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: An alternative to a commercially available flashing alarm clock. A flashing light can be assembled with a clip on light or lamp, a standard appliance timer, and either a flasher plug or a flasher button for the socket of the lamp. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR:Paschell, William. TITLE: Do-it- Yourself Listening and Signaling Devices for People with Hearing Impairment. REF: Monograph: available from William Paschell, 3717 May St., Wheaton, MD 20906,
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: An alternative to a commercially available flashing alarm clock. Connect a small 4 or 6 inch fan to an appliance timer. The breeze will awaken a sleeper who doesn't perceive a flashing light. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: Paschell, William. TITLE: Do-it-Yourself Listening and Signaling Devices for People with Hearing Impairment. REF: Monograph: available from William Paschell, 3717 May St., Wheaton, MD 20906, 301-946-0037. 1988.
The Westclox 1950 Moon Beam Big Ben Alarm Clock, model 43000, is a flashing alarm clock designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This analog alarm clock flashes for four minutes to rouse sleepers; a bell sounds after four minutes. The illuminated clock face is modeled after Big Ben, with Arabic numerals and hands protected by a convex lens. This clock also features a snooze button. The clock uses a 25-watt replaceable bulb. POWER: Uses household current for regular operat