This talking watch is perfect for low vision users looking for pure simplicity. With only one button to announce the time, this super large 1-3/8" face watch is ideal for those looking to avoid extra features. The watch speaks in a clear, easy to understand voice.
Also available in gold as listed in related products below.
One button design - Simple and easy to use
Large face that's easy to see
High contrast color is ideal for low vision users
White face with Black numbers
Silver band and case
PDF Format: Click Here to download the 2 page instructions in PDF format. You can get Adobe's PDF Reader here.
To learn how to set the time on this one button watch in windows document format, click here.
Review this Product This is great
Posted By: joy Date Posted: 2007-06-16 16:16:52
Thanks to a talking watch I am finally able to wear a watch again. It has vastly improved my life. I don't have to rely on my cell phone clock anymore which is too hard to see.
Posted By: Amber Date Posted: 2007-08-07 14:07:40
This watch is the best time piece around. It has made my life so much easier, and i just don't know what i would do without it.
101018 X-Large 1-Button Silver Talking Watch
Posted By: M.V. Date Posted: 2012-05-10 16:47:59
This is a great watch for my husband. It is not too complex to use. The button is easy to push as well and he doesn't have to keep asking me the time anymore.
Posted By: Red Date Posted: 2013-11-01 14:03:49
This has helped my husband feel more independ since he has lost his sight completely..He hated asking what time is it...THX!!!!
Posted By: tina Date Posted: 2013-12-05 16:42:00
the watch is great, the one button is great, the not so great part.... battery died took it to 4 different jewelers before one could get the back off he replaced the battery and reset the time, push the button and we thought it was working until we got out in the car and hit the button again and the time did not change. Fairness to the jeweler he said sometimes these talking watches stop working once you open the back. Sadly it cost us 15$ to find that out. So I guess they are sort of disposables.