Summary: I have this phone and I love it but I have looked everywhere and cannot find ear phones for it. The ear phones that I have are too large to fit. Does anyone out there have head phones for your phone and if so where did you buy them? Thanks.
Summary: My husband and I both have the Doro PhoneEasy 612 and really like them. He is 81 and I am 75 and we had "smart phones" for a very short time and decided we preferred the Doro flip. It is great for phone calls and text messages and that is all we wanted!
An excellent phone for my elderly, hard-of-hearing mother
27 March 2015
Summary: I recently bought this for my elderly, hard-of-hearing mother and overall I am extremely pleased with the purchase. 1) First and foremost, she can hear on it! So the advertised extra loud settings worked.
Summary: This is probably the best mobile phone I have had. The keys are a good big size as are the letters and I only need the smaller ones. My last phone was a touch phone so I have had to become used to predictive texting again.
Excerpt: Now this is a review of a mobile phone that many tech savvy members may laugh at. This phone does not have internet capabilities, wifi, apps or touch screen. It has no photo storage, no music and it can't use Whatsapp, Google or Facebook.
Pros: simple to understand, robust, aimed at a specific market
Summary: I recently bought the Doro 612 to replace an earlier model that had collapsed without warning. It is very easy to operate and gives me all the services I require. I have no need for the technical bells and whistles of the latest Smart phones or ipads.
Summary: Bought for my wife who prefers push button phones over touch screens. She loves the phone with its clear display, clear sound, and its easy to use predictive text. The Doro also has a loudspeaker function that is really loud (if required).