Doro 1360 Mobile Phone
The Doro 1360 mobile phone is designed with hearing loss in mind. Also ideal for the elderly, the Doro 1360 offers simplicity so you can effortlessly take advantage of the fundamental communication feature such as calls and texts with ease.
If you're looking for a dual SIM phone that is extra loud with a built-in camera facility and assistance button then the Doro 1360 is a great choice.
Text messaging is made easier with the tactile, high contrast keys that are widely spaced for fingers that are less dextrous than they used to be. View your favourite photos on an extra wide screen and access all the latest news with the Doro 1360's FM-radio. There's even a handy torch function so you're not left in the dark and the added security of knowing the assistance button is available in times of emergency.
The Doro 1360 is supplied without a SIM card, so you are free to choose your own network provider or use your existing SIM.
Note: Not compatible for use with the '3' ; 'iD' or 'Smarty' mobile networks
- 35dB voice volume (about 10 times louder than a standard mobile)
- 83dB ringer volume (about 5 times louder than a standard mobile)
- 7 Volume settings
- Tone control
- Microphone mute
- 7 Ringer volume settings except off
- Visual ring indicator
- Assistance button
- 100 Phonebook positions
- 60 Call log positions
- Wake up alarm
- Key tone
- Backlit keypad
- Resolution display: 240*320
- Colour display
- Display size: 2.4"
- Handset size: 126*61.5*13mm
- Weight: 96g
- Battery included: 800mAh-Li-ion
- Talk time: up to 8 hours
- Standby time: up to 300 hours
- Universal charging solution
- GSM: 850/900/1800/1900
- Bluetoothª 3.0
- SIM Card Size: Micro-SIM.
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Doro, a Swedish based manufacturer has developed into a leading global provider of specialist telecommunication solutions for the hard of hearing, visually impaired and the elderly. Their corporate ethos is to remain committed to creating communications equipment that will make a real difference to the way we interact with the world.