Geemarc Amplidect 295 Pack Mobility Amplified Cordless Trio Telephone
The Geemarc PhotoDect 295 Trio Amplified Cordless Telephone with Answering Machine is a big buttoned, amplified, duo cordless telephones with built-in answering machine, plus an additional handset with four one-touch photo keys.
This set of phones is hearing aid compatible with an adjustable receiver volume of up to 30dB on the duo set and 22dB on the Photodect extra handset. The amplified phones also come with a shaker function and a ringer volume that can be tailored to fit your hearing needs. The Photodect295 Trio also comes supplied with an integral answering machine that provides up to 15 minutes of recording time and a remote control for easy access to your messages. The main cordless phone itself has a large backlit LCD display with a Caller ID facility, clock and handy alarm function that can be easily seen. With a phone book to store up to 50 contacts, a redial function, and a call-waiting button, the Amplidect295 makes keeping in touch with friends and family a simple process. The Photodect additional handset is very easy to use with its four photo buttons that will connect you instantly to you chosen friends and family.
The great benefit of the Amplidect 295 range from Geemarc is that several combinations of phones are possible. The Amplidect 295 can be paired with up to three extra handsets which can be the Amplidect 295 Extra Handset or the Photodect 295 .
A photo template is available at the bottom of this page where you can download your photos of your loved ones, print them and place them in the picture memory buttons on the phones.
Geemarc is a leading global manufacturer in the production of specialist telecommunications equipment for the hard of hearing, visually impaired and the elderly. With over fifty years of experience within the industry, Geemarc continues to explore new ways to enhance communication by creating innovative technology that can be accessed by all.
Hearing aid compatible for those hearing aid wearers using their ‘T’ setting.