[access-uk] Re: Problem talking watches

Catherine,

I think Kevin had the same problem and the RNIB are aware of mine; so there's obviously something funny there and nobody has explained just what, if anybody knows at all! <Smiles>

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---- Original Message ----
From: "Catherine Turner"
<catherineturner2007@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To:
<access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Thursday, June 10, 2010
2:54 PM Subject: [access-uk] Re: Problem talking watches

Hi all,

A mixed bunch of experiences there then.  Perhaps the
back of mine was replaced the wrong way around then, but
unfortunately I can't unscrew it myself and don't have
anyone around I trust enough to have a look at it.  Think
I'll ask the RNIB to have a look at it, and in future I
will ask them to replace the battery.  Oooooo wonder if
anyone will ever produce a solar powered tactile/talking
watch?!  Seems frustrating to have to send the thing away
to get a battery replaced. And if I carry on at this rate
I will waste a lot of money on replacement watches.

Catherine

On 6/10/10, Clive Pallett <clive.pallett@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:
Hello Catherine,

I use the RNIB talking calendar watch with the LCD
display and I would say the longest I have had one
before it gave up was around 2 years, sometimes less.  I
like the watch as it has a timer which I use a lot for
cooking, etc.

I would be interested to hear others' experiences with
talking watches.

Best wishes,

Clive Pallett


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