Geemarc Photo Phone Reviews
Product Type: Geemarc telephones
Description:Model ID PHOTOPH-WH / Geemarc PHOTO Phone - Corded phone - white / The Geemarc PHOTO Phone is an amplified phone with +30dB amplification and +/-10 dB tone control, and with hearing aid T-Coil compatible handset, which uses pre-programmed buttons and colorful photo frames to store ... more
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Last Update 19.12.2013 17:13
Customer Geemarc Photo Phone Reviews (2)
by - written on 15/11/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
**What is it?** The Geemarc Photo Phone is a phone designed not only for the hard of hearing but for those who aren't as techno savvy or may have difficulty remembering numbers. The phone is designed to be very easy to use and without any complicated menus and instructions to follow, it's biggest draw being the photo-dial buttons. **Why Buy?** We bought this for my Dad for use in the bedroom as he already has an assistive phone in the lounge. My Dad is disabled following a stroke, so has some difficulty in remembering long numbers like my mobile number, and at 71 he also struggles a little with hearing and viewing small numbers / ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
The Geemarc Photo Phone is another telephone which has been designed to aid the hard of hearing. This phone is aimed at people with a medium level of hearing loss, so if you have severe hearing loss it may not benefit you. Also, the photo phone is the perfect landline for people who have difficulty remembering numbers. As the name suggests, you can insert photos into the buttons which are allocated to speed dials. To me, this is an amazing feature which aids the user in many ways. Firstly, if you have difficulty remembering phone numbers, or even who has been allocated to a specific speeddial, you simply have to look for that person's face and then press the ... Read the complete review