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Perkins Brailler Straight Extension Keys, One Hand Extension Keys, & Space Bar Extension Key (Models 22-0202-6, 22-0201-8, & 22-0205-9)

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The Perkins Brailler Straight Extension Keys, One Hand Extension Keys, and Space Bar Extension Key are braille writer accessories designed to make use of the Perkins Brailler (see separate entries) easier for individuals with limited hand strength and dexterity, including those with the use of only one hand. Extension keys attach to any Perkins Brailler and fold up when not in use to allow the brailler to fit into a carrying case. Straight Extension Keys, model 22-0202-6, reduce the effort required to operate the Perkins Brailler by 30 percent. They are intended for two-handed use. One Hand Extension Keys, model 22-0201-6, reduce the required keyboard handspan from seven to four inches, allowing the user to emboss a full braille cell with one stroke of either hand. The Space Bar Extension Key, model 22-0205-9, makes the space bar more accessible to users with limited thumb movement.

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as of: 
04/23/2003
Additional Pricing Notes: 

39.00 to 12.00

Perkins Brailler Straight Extension Keys, One Hand Extension Keys, & Space Bar Extension Key (Models 22-0202-6, 22-0201-8, & 22-0205-9)

Made By:

Perkins Products (Formerly Howe Press)
Perkins Products (Formerly Howe Press) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Perkins School for the Blind 175 North Beacon Street
2472 Watertown , MA United States
Email address: PerkinsProducts@Perkins.org
Fax: 617-926-2027
Massachusetts US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
617-972-7308
Web Address: 
http://www.perkins.org/store/
Tags: 
Vocational Management, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Communication
 
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