[access-uk] Re: talking watch recommendations wanted

Barry,

I can't help you as I did not order the watch online.  Why not email or
phone them?

David

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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
Of barrie moxon
Sent: 26 January 2007 18:21
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: talking watch recommendations wanted


hi David.
just try to order the watch, sill in my address and password, then order it
but no luck it say my address is not filled in.
try four times then gave it up hope some one successees.
all the best.
Barrie

----- Original Message -----
From: "David Russell" <david.russell8@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, January 26, 2007 4:16 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: talking watch recommendations wanted


Trace,

I have a talking watch which resets itself at 3 a.m. each day.  Actually,
very occasionally it doesn't, but it is pretty reliable.  It came from a
company called Coopers of Stortford, which is based at Bishop's Stortford in
Hertfordshire.  There website used to be extremely inaccessible, but I have
just looked at it and it is now very much better.  You can find the watch at

www.coopersofstortford.co.uk

and I copy the information below.  The voice is female American and fairly
clear.  All adjustments have sound prompts so it is easy to set and use.
The face is fairly large, so may not suit a lady such as yourself, but it is
not the largest I have seen.  I think RNIB are about to market a watch which
resets itself, so it may well be the same one.  the cost is £39.99.  Here is
what the website has to say.

R/C TALKING WATCH

This talking watch from the Science Museum is as stylish as it is practical
and guaranteed to be accurate to the second! The secret is that the watch
picks
up the official British Standard Frequency time and date signal controlled
by the national Physical Laboratories atomic clock and broadcasts by the
British
Telecom International transmitter at Rugby. The signal is effective up to a
radius of just over 1448km (900 miles) and when travelling abroad the watch
can also pick up signals for Germany, USA and Japan - ideal for the seasoned
traveller. But that's not all it can offer - the large, clear analogue face
has striking black numerals on a white background and luminous hour and
minute hands for clarity in low light conditions. Push button operation
prompts
an audible spoken time, day, month, date and year, and alarm setting, making
it ideal for the visually impaired. A comfortable fitting, the soft black
rubberised strap has large holes for quick adjusting. The watch is a
lightweight 40g for added comfort and the face measures approx. 4cm x 1.75cm
(1 5/8ins
x 3/4ins). Requires 1x button cell battery (fitted).
£39.99



Hope this is of help.


David


-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
Of Spring.flower
Sent: 26 January 2007 15:49
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] talking watch recommendations wanted


Hi there

My talking watch died on me the other day and I'd decided that it wasn't
that big a deal as there's a clock on my mobile phone, until I was at the
hospital yesterday where I had to keep the phone turned off.

so, I'm looking for a decent talking watch, didn't someone a while back
mention one that sets itself like the rnib's radio controlled clock does,
does this talk and did i get my facts right?

Any ideas welcome.

Trace

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