Doro 311c PhoneEasy Big Button Corded Telephone
As we get older, our hearing and memory may not be as sharp as they once were, which can make simple tasks like using the telephone more difficult. The Doro 311c PhoneEasy Big Button Corded Telephone is a hearing aid compatible phone with a flashing ring indicator, perfect for alerting the hard of hearing to an incoming call.
- Earpiece volume control
- Hearing aid compatible
- Power cord
- Wall mountable
- Mute button
- Redial button
Who Is This Phone Suitable For?
With its accessible design and large, easy-to-use keypad, shortcut keys, hearing aid compatibility and visual ringing indicator, the Doro 311c PhoneEasy Telephone is the perfect choice for anyone who might have difficulties operating a standard telephone. This includes individuals suffering from memory problems, those with poor hand dexterity, and the hard of hearing.
What Makes the Doro 311c PhoneEasy Telephone Different from a Standard Telephone?
This easy-to-use phone features large concave buttons to aid the visually impaired and the less dexterous, and additionally has one-touch and two-touch memory buttons for easy storage and dialling of important numbers. This makes using the phone and dialling numbers much easier for the elderly and those with reduced memory, so loved ones can rest assured knowing they will be able to stay in contact more easily.
Can I Use It with My Hearing Aid?
Absolutely; the Doro 311c is hearing aid compatible. All you need to do is select the "T" mode on your hearing aid to enable this feature.
How Easy to Set Up Is This Telephone?
The Doro 311c is very easy to set up. All you need to do is:
- Connect the handset cord to the handset and the socket on the left-hand side of the telephone.
- Connect the telephone line cord to the socket at the rear of the telephone, and to a telephone network wall socket.
- You will hear a click when the modular plug is correctly in place.
- Lift the handset and listen for the dial tone. Your telephone is now operational.
Does It Have a Mute Button?
Yes, if you press and release the mute button during a call, the light next to the button will flash while the microphone is muted. Press and release it again to continue with your telephone conversation.
Is the Doro 311c Good for Emergency Situations?
The Doro 311c allows you to save three one-touch and 10 two-touch memories. One touch memories are stored in M1, M2 and M3 buttons, while two-touch memories are stored using the telephone keypad digits zero to nine. This means that the user can easily store all the most important numbers to those three buttons, making them easily accessible in case of an emergency.
Where Can I Learn More About the Doro 311c PhoneEasy Telephone?
You can learn more about how to set up and use the PhoneEasy Telephone by viewing the user manual linked below:
|User Manual |
Features and Benefits
- Easy connection via telephone network wall socket
- HAC (hearing aid compatible) with T-mode hearing aids
- Concave, big button keys aid visually impaired and less dexterous users
- Wall mountable for easy access, via two screws fit into the back of the phone
- Redial memory allows you to easily call someone back
- Three one-touch memories for easy dialling of important numbers
- Nine two-touch memories make calling friends and family faster
- Three monophonic ringtones with customisable alerts
- Visual ring indicator ensures the hard of hearing won't miss a call
- Three ringer volume settings
- Supplied with a two-year manufacturer's warranty