D714 Amplified/Low Vision Cordless Phone with Answering Machine

$299.95

The next generation of the #1 selling line of big button amplified cordless phones. The Clarity D714™ combines hearing, vision and mobility solutions into one great value.

Hear Clearly. Clarity’s patented hearing technology, Clarity Power™, makes hearing easy again by:

  • Minimizing background noises
  • Eliminating feedback and distortion
  • Managing soft/loud sounds to produce clarity
  • Amplifying incoming sound up to 40 decibels or 20 times louder than a standard home phone
  • Offering four (4) tone settings to customize your listening experience
  • Utilizing DECT 6.0 technology for clear, interference-free communication

See Clearly. More than just the biggest buttons that are easy to see, this thoughtful design delivers:

  • Easy to see high contrast numbers
  • Contoured keys with soft-touch material for comfort
  • Backlit keypad that is easy to see at night
  • Large font and high contrast caller ID screen

Easy to Use. A simplified design coupled with Clarity’s 40 years of innovation makes the D714™ easy to use.

  • Extra loud and clear 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
  • Twenty (20) Last Number Redial memory
  • Easy to hold lightweight and ergonomic handset
  • Belt Clip for hands-free mobility

Superior Technology. Clarity’s dedication to innovation provides each phone with effective solutions to better fit into your lifestyle.

  • Hear-It-Ring Clarity ringer has 10 loud and clear melodies plus six (6) levels of volume.
  • Expandable up to five (5) handsets (model D704HS)
  • Both the large keypad and CID display light up as a super bright visual ringer
  • Direct connection to assistive listening devices or headset (2.5mm)
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