Amplified telephones are designed to help those with impaired hearing. They include features such as louder ringer and receiver volumes.

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    Doro Phone Easy 100w

    The Doro Phone Easy 100w is an easy to use cordless phone with amplified sound up to 30dB.

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    Doro Magna 4000

    The Doro Magna 4000 corded phone is popular choice for anyone with moderate to severe hearing loss. Clear display for showing names and numbers and other useful functions.

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    Doro PhoneEasy 311C

    The Doro PhoneEasy 311C features big buttons for easy dialling and incoming calls can be seen and heard by the flashing ring indicator. Ideal for both the visually and hearing impaired.

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    Geemarc AmpliDECT 595

    The Geemarc AmpliDECT 595 features large backlit keys and adjustable receiving volume of up to +50dB. There are ten one-touch photo memory buttons which enable you to contact loved ones i...

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    SASP Wireless Complete Signalling System

    The Wireless Complete Signal System is ideal for those who are deaf or hard of hearing as it alerts the individuals to sounds and alarms around the house. Designed to best suite the users...

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    Doro 780X

    The Doro 780X is the simplest mobile phone on the market, that priorities safety above all else. The face of the phone features three large keys that allow the user to easily reach three ...

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    Doro PhoneEasy 331 Photo

    Specifically designed to make using a phone as simple as can be, The Doro PhoneEasy 331 has Big buttons on a clear and spacious keypad and picture buttons to make dialling loved ones simp...

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    Phones with large button keys make it easier to use the phone, see and dial numbers. These phones are also useful for those with reduced dexterity due to conditions like arthritis.

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