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Clarity Pal (101)

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The Clarity Pal (101) is an amplified, hearing aid compatible cellular phone with speaker designed for use by seniors and individuals who are hard of hearing. This phone amplifies incoming sound with adjustable tone control for a customized listening experience. The SOS one-touch emergency button on the back of the phone will set off an alarm when pressed for 2-3 seconds, and the phone will automatically make calls to the predefined emergency contacts (up to five numbers can be set) one by one. The Clarity Pal features a 2-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) color display with large, easy-to-read characters; a bold, illuminated dial pad; 250 name-and-number phonebook with zoom-in viewing; SMS text messaging; and Bluetooth wireless technology. Other features include three speed dial buttons; nine ring tones; loud, vibrating and flashing visual ringers; and calendar, alarm clock, calculator and stop watch functions. This unlocked GSM mobile phone is compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile and other GSM prepaid providers, and it requires service from a carrier in order to be activated and used. ACCESSORIES: Car charger, additional battery pack and Bluetooth headset. WARRANTY: One year limited warranty.

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Price: 
99.00
as of: 
07/10/2013
Clarity Pal (101)

Made By:

Clarity, A Division Of Plantronics, Inc.
Clarity, A Division Of Plantronics, Inc. Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
6131 Preservation Drive
37416 Chattanooga , TN United States
Email address: claritycs@plantronics.com
Phone: 800-426-3738 or 800-552-3368
Fax: 800-325-8871
Tennessee US
Web Address: 
http://www.clarityproducts.com
 
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