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Would you like independence but worry about being able to contact someone if you’ve left the house? Do you worry about a relative getting lost and not able to get in touch?
The Doro 612i was built to be easily used by everyone, including those living with dementia.
Designed with simplicity in mind, the Doro PhoneEasy 612i features a user friendly camera, large display with adjustable text and extra loud and clear sound.
Stylish and durable with a clamshell design, the simple flip design makes it easy to answer and end calls, and ensures buttons won’t get accidentally pressed when stored in a bag or pocket.
In addition to the clear, large display with adjustable text, the keys feature raised edges, a soft touch coating and are widely spaced with a concave shape for easy handling.
The 2 megapixel camera is straightforward to use, letting you capture and send photographs in just a few actions.
Bluetooth functionality lets it be used with a Bluetooth headset and paired with other compatible devices, and in addition the PhoneEasy 612i is compatible with hearing aids.
If you should need it the emergency button located on the rear of the phone provides easy access to you predefined list of help numbers which can be contacted via phone and SMS.
The Doro 612i has been designed with people living with dementia in mind. The extra features of the phone allow easy use for those that find modern technology overwhelming. Not only is it simple to use but it also has a block feature so any extras that are too much can be blocked by a relative or carer to avoid confusion.
No need to worry if your relative with dementia gets lost as with the Doro 612i they can press the assist button, which then immediately alerts a pre-set contact so they can be reassured and then found quickly.
Enjoy easy and ergonomic handling with the Doro Phone Easy 612i.
The phone is not locked to any network and you can put in any SIM card. Click here to see which SIM-only deal would be best for you.
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Standard UK delivery is £4.50 inc. VAT (£3.75 ex. VAT). We work very hard to deliver your order promptly and will aim to deliver all items within 3 working days, if you are within the UK.
Delays do sometimes occur due to unforeseen circumstances, so if for some reason your parcel hasn't arrived within 7 working days, please contact us via email on [email protected].
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Q. Why are Doro phones good for the partially sighted and the hard of hearing?
A. Doro devices come with large keys and are therefore regarded as ‘big button mobile phones’. This helps those with impaired vision to more accurately see what buttons they are tapping and reduces the risk of the wrong number being dialled or the wrong word being typed out in a text message. Those customers with hearing impairments or with hearing aids will have a device that enables them to adjust the tone to compensate for different types of hearing loss. All Doro handsets are hearing aid compatible, and the sound can be amplified and the frequency adjusted.
Q. Are Doro mobile phones easy to use for the elderly; is there a steep learning curve?
A. One of the great things about the Doro range is that it doesn’t matter which device you decide to go with, they are all gimmick free. You don’t need to worry about all those things that many other people worry about - megapixels, snapdragons - and all the rest of it. Whilst Doro phones are easy to use, like anything else they will take a bit of getting used to. However, without the gimmicks and fancy extras of a top of the range smartphone, a Doro device doesn’t take long to master.
Q. What are some of the best features of Doro mobiles?
A. Doro have produced not only great devices but with it they have some features that really do set them apart from the crowd. One feature in particular that will appeal to those buying the phone for a senior family member is the Emergency button. Pressing the button will automatically call one of five contacts chosen by you. The ICE (In Case of Emergency) feature allows you to store important medical information such as what medication you are taking, providing vital information to first responders. One of the best features, though, is the simplicity of use; there are n confusing menu options and everything has been thought out to make your first step into the mobile world as straight forward as possible. With large fonts, big buttons and loud ringtones, Doro phones are great for old people that may not have much experience using a mobile.
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