Mine must be nine or 10 years old now, so reckon they would be hard to
source. I think there is an updated version, but I have never seen this.
Assuming it is similar to the original model, it is accessible for someone
with no sight once you know the button layout. Perhaps somewhere like
TapeSense could sell you the original if you specifically want that. If you
do, and you locate one, I have some clear instructions on how to use it
which I can send you off list.
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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Sent: 04 April 2016 12:33
Subject: [access-uk] Pure Move
Which of the "pure Move" DAB radios is the simplest for the totally blind?
I need portability and ease of use.