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Category: Signal Systems

Vibrating Personal Pager

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The Vibrating Personal Pager is a tactile paging system for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, or individuals without disabilities who prefer a silent page signal. This wireless, battery-operated system consists of a small vibrating receiver and a choice of two different transmitters. It will work up to a range of about 100 feet both indoors and out, and through most barriers such as walls and doors. One transmitter is activated by a Push-Button ($79.95), the other by Sound ($89.95), such as a doorbell or phone ring. Both transmitters send a signal to the receiver which causes it to vibrate, alerting the wearer they are needed. POWER: The receiver and Sound-Activated Transmitter use 2 "AA" batteries each (not included); the Push- Button Transmitter uses a 12-volt battery (included). DIMENSIONS: The receiver and Sound-Activated Transmitter are about the size of a deck of cards; the Push-Button Transmitter is about the size of a matchbox. WEIGHT: 5 ounces with batteries. COLOR: White casing. WARRANTY: One year.

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as of: 
05/07/2012
Additional Pricing Notes: 

59.95 to 41.95

Vibrating Personal Pager

Made By:

Greatest Of Ease Company
Greatest Of Ease Company Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: GreatestOfEase@AOL.com
Fax: 415-441-4319
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
415-606-4416
Web Address: 
http://personalpagers.tripod.com/go
Tags: 
Communication, Architectural Elements

Sold By:

Hear-More Products
Hear-More Products Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
Email address: sales@hearmore.com
Phone: 800-881-4327
Fax: 631-752-0689
TTY: 
800-281-3555
Web Address: 
http://www.hearmore.com
Tags: 
Transportation, Deaf & Hard Of Hearing, Recreation, Communication, Architectural Elements