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Color Teller Talking Color Identifier

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The Color Teller Talking Color Identifier is a device designed to help individuals with low vision, color vision impairment, or blindness identify colors. The Color Teller Talking Color Identifier helps to match clothes, identify colors in gardens and homes, access color-coded products, and more. The Color Teller Talking Color Identifier accurately and consistently determines colors and shades, announces all the common colors, plus many tints and shades like pink, pale blue-green, dark brown and vivid yellow. It is also able to tell whether a light is on or off. It powers on and off automatically; has three volume levels; and supports three languages: English, French and Spanish.

Technical Specifications: 

Inlcudes:

  • operating instructions in large print and on audio CD
  • protective case with a belt loop 
  • wrist strap
  • long life battery

Features:

  • Powers on and off automatically
  • Ergonomic
  • Adjustable volume
  • Announces in English, French and Spanish
  • Continuous battery monitor and talking battery tester
  • "Hold" answer to allow you to bring it to your ear before announcing

 Measurements: 6 inches long.

Weight: 3 ounces.

Available

Price Check
Price: 
170.00
as of: 
08/31/2018
Color Teller Talking Color Identifier

Sold By:

Enablemart (A Division Of School Health Corporation)
Enablemart (A Division Of School Health Corporation) Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
865 Muirfield Drive
60133 Hanover Park , IL United States
Email address: sales@enablemart.com
Phone: 888-640-1999
Fax: 800-235-1305
Illinois US
Web Address: 
http://www.enablemart.com
Tags: 
Communication, Computers
 
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