Summary: This was bought as a xmas present for someone who is hard of hearing and he is thrilled to bits with it. He is 87 years old. For some reason I ordered two so one is ready packed to take to the post office when I can get there.
Summary: I agree with Mr Colley it is easy to use and does the job. There is far too much kit on the market including cars that have gadgets which no body uses because they are far too complicated for the majority.
If you WANT basic and easy to read look no further.
Mr. J. Colley, Amazon
12 November 2013
Summary: Normally I like my toys to have all the bells and whistles to play with but for some reason I am just not into phones, all I want to do is make one or two phone calls per weeks and the same useage of texts. I have a very occasional need for a camera, let's say once or twice a year, and that's all the use I make of it. No internet use at all. About 6 months ago I bought a phone, about the 6th or 7th I've had over the years, each more elaborate than the one before.
Summary: I bought this for my elderly uncle who is hard of hearing and he says the phone is loud enough without his hearing aid in. The big buttons are good for him too and the SOS set up is brilliant (we have yet to trial it but it's all set up ready in the event of him needing urgent help). The only one fault is that button 4 is rather sticky and needs a lot of pressing to respond. I have pre-set all his numbers now so he shouldn't need it.