Clarity D703HS Cordless Caller ID Telephone Handset for E814CC & E814 (Certified Refurbished)
Clarity creates smart communication solutions that help seniors live richer, more engaged lives. Founded in 1969, Clarity is the world leader in amplified telephones, notification systems and assistive listening devices.
Clarity is driven by a simple purpose—help people with hearing loss live their fullest lives. Over the course of 50 years, Clarity has built an unrivaled expertise in sound amplification and the role it can play in lives—especially as we age. Whether it’s reconnecting with family members, sharing memories with old friends, enjoying the comforts of home, or setting off on the latest adventure, Clarity is amplifying life every step of the way.
The Clarity E814HS Cordless Caller ID telephone handset, features large, high-contrast Caller ID display which lights up as super bright visual ringer. It also has extra-loud and clear speakerphone for hands-free conversations. Large keypad with high contrast numbers helps those with low vision. With up to 40 decibels of amplification, the E814HS is well featured and ideal for those with a severe hearing loss or low vision.
DECT 6.0 technology
Utilizing DECT 6.0 technology for clear, interference-free communication.
Contoured keys with soft-touch material for comfort and backlit keypad with high contrast numbers that is easy to see at night.
Easy to Use
CID display light up as a super bright visual ringer and extra loud and clear handset speakerphone for hands-free conversations.
Hearing loop installed switch hearing aid to T-coil.
Extra loud and clear handset speakerphone for hands-free conversations
Ten (10) speed dial buttons to store important numbers
One-hundred (100) name and number phonebook with ten (10) memory buttons
Offering four (4) tone settings to customize your listening experience
Utilizing DECT 6.0 technology for clear, interference-free communication
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1.-Landline phones: Fixed phones that use a wired connection to the telephone network, typically found in homes and offices. They are reliable and offer clear voice quality.
2.-Cordless phones: Fixed phones that operate wirelessly within a certain range of the base station. They offer greater flexibility than landline phones, allowing users to move around while on a call.
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6.-Feature phones: Basic mobile phones that primarily offer calling and texting functionality. They often have physical keypads and limited storage and processing capabilities.
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