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This entry was posted on 15th August 2017 by Gary.
Which is the best alarm clock for deaf and hard of hearing people? Finding the best one to help you start the day right after a good night’s sleep may have seemed difficult in the past, but not anymore.
At Hearing Direct we are pleased to be able to bring you a wide range of loud alarm clocks to wake the hard of hearing and hard to wake alike.
An alarm clock for deaf people can seriously benefit the hard of hearing. There is a whole array of different products out there to help you surface in the morning. We want you to feel confident about going to sleep at night, knowing you will be woken up on time. With such choice, finding the right alarm clock for you could be a little overwhelming, so we thought we’d offer you a bit of an insight into what options are available from our Hearing Direct product range.
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There is a number of key elements to consider when deciding on the best alarm clock. Important factors will include:
We supply a selection of loud alarm clocks that feature many of these vital functions. An alarm clock for deaf people is much more than just a timepiece. We know the above features are fundamental to your morning routine as well as maintaining track of time.
For a wake up call that is right, you may need a device that better suits your hearing needs. We supply a wide range of alarm clocks for the deaf and hearing impaired. With a mix of features, price, styles, and size, our online catalogue may be home to your perfect alarm clock.
The Clarity AL10 is a visual alert system designed for those living with mild to profound hearing loss.
Key features include:
(available in the US only)
The Sonic Alert SB1000SS Combination Alarm Clock with Super Shaker is an extra loud alarm clock that comes supplied with a vibrating bed device. This alarm clock for deaf people has been designed with hearing impairments in mind and aims to awaken the deepest of sleepers.
The Sonic Bomb extra loud alarm clock has been purposely designed to wake the deepest of sleepers. It is perfect for anyone with some degree of hearing loss.
With up to 113dB and the most powerful 12 Volt bed shaker, it will certainly make you jump out of bed every morning.
The Amplicomms TCL 410 extra loud alarm clock has been designed for those with hearing loss. The vibrating pad boosts the overall alerting system to help you fully awaken.
This alarm clock is ideal for those with impaired hearing or poor vision.
An alarm to wake even the most sound sleeper. The Geemarc Wake N Shake Alarm Clock uses loud sound, strobe light or a vibrating pad in various combinations. The clock has a very large digital display and also can be set up to alert you when your telephone is ringing.
Click here to see our full collection of alarm clocks for the deaf and hearing impaired. We have a wide range of loud alarm clocks and alerting devices available in the US, UK, Australia, France, and Europe.
We supply a number of vibrating alerts to complement our alarm clocks and alerting devices.
Click here to view more vibrating pads for alarm clocks.
Take our free online hearing test to check for hearing loss. If you are concerned about the state of your hearing, our test can help identify if you need to take further action.
We strongly advise that you consult a medical professional for a proper hearing screening. They will be able to determine the root cause and recommend effective ways to manage your type and level of loss.
We are one of the world's leading hearing aid specialists. HearingDirect offers a wide range of affordable products, as well as information resources to help improve the quality of life for the hard of hearing.
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Gary comes from 16 years’ experience in the hearing aid industry in both manufacturing and retail. Before co-founding HearingDirect, Gary was Marketing Director for a leading global hearing aid brand; GN ReSound where he worked for the UK sales division and latterly in their global headquarters in Copenhagen. He was responsible for developing and launching major global hearing aid models, conducting extensive research into the needs of the hearing impaired community and their performance demands of hearing aids and other devices.
This entry was posted in Loud Alarm Clocks and tagged USA, Hearing loss, Alarm clocks on 15th August 2017 by Gary.
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