Home Intuition Classic Corded Phone for Hearing Impaired Telephone for Seniors with Extra Loud Ringer (Ash)


Product Description

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The Home Intuition Single Line Corded Desk Phone is the perfect telephone for basic use. Also great to have as a backup for unexpected power outages. Works with just a phone line no power needed.

Large Easy To Read Numbers

Designed with Everyone in Mind. The Phone is manufactured with Large and easy to read dial pad that are raised high to make it even easier to select the correct digit.

Also we added a phone number card to easily store the lines telephone number or any other important information so its readily available.

Great for the Hearing Impaired

The Phone is hearing aid compatibile and offers a control for even louder handset volume to help those hard of hearing. It is also ADA volume control compliant.

Never Miss a Phone Call Again!

The phone is designed with a doubble gong ringer that you can control to make it even louder!

Whether its for someone whos hard of hearing or if the phone is placed in another room we made sure that you would never miss a call again

Easy to Use

With all the technological advances in todays phone some customers still want a basic and easy to use phone without all the bells and whistles. The Home Intuition Desk phone is just that. Basic features but packed with the important essentials for everyday modern use.

Premium Quality

Home Intuition takes the time to source out the best most high grade materials and supplies to ensure we deliver the best products to our customers.

Easy to Set Up

Just plug the phone line in and your ready to go! No need for additional wires or plugs!

Fits on Any Table

Compact yet large enough for use. The phone can be placed on any desk or end table.

What’s in the Box?

Home Intuition Desk Phone Handset Coiled Handet Wire Phone Line Wire

Double-Gong Ringer with Volume Control
Works with Hearing Aids and Answering Machines
Great as a Backup Emergancy Phone for Power Outages
Compatible with Answering Machines and Caller ID


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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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