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Clarity XLC2 Amplified Big Button Cordless Telephone

Clarity Professional XLC2 cordless big button speakerphone

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Clarity XLC2 Amplified Big Button Cordless Telephone

Keeping It Simple
An easy to use cordless phone for the elderly. The XLC2 amplified cordless big button speakerphone with loud caller id has amplification up to 50dB (decibels) for up to severe hearing loss. This phone also has outgoing amplification of 15 decibels for people with weak voices, such as elderly and invalids. The Clarity XLC2 has talking Caller ID and a very loud adjustable ringer up to 85+ decibels for those that are very hard of hearing. The ergonomic design makes it comfortable to use and the big buttons provide easy dialing for anyone with low vision, arthritis or hand tremors such as Parkinson's. Large buttons can also be helpful for those with MS and Cerebral Palsy.

Bigger Buttons Than Average Cordless Phone In a Big Box Store
This easy to use phone is especially good for seniors and elderly with its backlit keypad which makes the phone easy to dial in dim light, or a dark room. The button dimensions (0-9) are larger than the typical cordless phone you will find in a big box store at approx 1/2" X 1/2". The Clarity XLC2 big button speakerphone has a large circular visual ringer which is an advantage at night in a dark bedroom - when the phone rings the visual ringer lights up brightly on the phone handset and also on the base, the phone can be easily answered in the dark without knocking the alarm clock or water off the night stand.

Convenient - it Announces the Incoming Call
This speakerphone with loud talking caller id is convenient because it announces the phone number of the incoming call and then you can use the speakerphone in the handset to talk hands free. How many times has the phone rung while you are in the middle of making a meal, sorting laundry or making the bed. This way you can keep on doing whatever it was you were doing and talk at the same time.

Boost Button Function
There is a pre-set Boost Override Button on the bottom of the base of this amplified phone. This sets the state of the boost function at the beginning of each call. If you don't want the boost on all the time, you can turn that switch off.

Hearing Aid Compatible, with the high rating of TIA-1083 Compliant which gives superior hearing aid compatibility. There is also tone control so you can customize according to your hearing needs. The XLC2 big button cordless speakerphone is desk/table/wall mountable for your convenience.

This is a well-made, easy to use phone for seniors and elderly and it has a low return rate.

Does This Phone Have A Voice Mail Indicator?
No, this phone does NOT have a voice mail indicator

Recommendation: This phone may not be appropriate for nursing home use as staff should not be relied on to put the phone back on the charging base every night, and the patient may not remember to recharge as needed. Simple to use corded phones are usually best for nursing home & assisted living use. We recommend the FC-PICPHONE Picture Care Phone for your consideration in a nursing home situation, or the CL-C200.

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  • Flashing Visual Ringer - both the handset and the base light up brightly - making it easy to see at night in a dark bedroom
  • Button dimensions (0-9): approx L 1/2" X W 1/2"
  • Digital Clarity Powerâ„¢ amplifies incoming sound up to 50 decibels (suitable for severe hearing loss)
  • Three (3) tone settings for a customized listening experience
  • Amplifies outgoing speech up to 15 decibels for those persons with a weak voice
  • DECT 6.0 technology for interference-free communication, voice encryption and helps prevent eavesdropping
  • Loud and clear speakerphone for hands-free conversations - continue what you were doing
  • Loud Talking Caller ID announces the phone number of the incoming caller - good for people with low vision
  • Voice Mail Indicator - NO
  • 12 speed dial buttons
  • Belt clip for hands-free mobility - take the phone with you into the yard, garage, or around the house - even the bathroom in case of a fall or other emergency
  • Can be wall mounted - allows you to save valuable space on your counter or desk if needed - wall mount bracket is included
  • Extra loud phone ring (95dB) with adjustable tones
  • Hearing aid compatible and TIA-1083 compliant
  • Direct connection to assistive listening devices or headset (2.5mm and 3.5mm)
  • Dual Power Battery Backup lets you make calls when the power is out (included)
  • Handset Battery included
  • NO additional handsets available by manufacturer for this product
  • Simple to use - a great gift for seniors - makes a practical gift
  • Includes AC power adapter
  • COLOR: Off-White
  • 1 year warranty

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Love the phone February 6, 2012
Reviewer: Pamela Klein from Dallas, PA United States  
Its wonderful even though my mother says she gets a delay in receiving her messages, I think it is because she still has hearing issues and doesnt hear the beeping sound. Besides the voice announcing the caller I'd ..I would also like it to show up visually on the phone as that is easier for someone with difficulty remembering or having diffulty with writing and talking at same time.

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