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Reizen Talking Atomic Watch – MaxiAids.com

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Enjoy the convenience of hearing the time announced at the press of a button and of never having to set your watch The Reizen Atomic Talking Watch features a clear announcement of time, date, day of week, alarm status and more in a male voice.

Plus, it even sets itself, including adjusting for daylight savings time, so you don’t have to worry about it.

It also offers a large face with bold black numbers and glow-in-the dark hands for easier nighttime viewing. It’s the perfect choice for the blind and those with low vision This model has a white face with bold black numbers, a chrome/gray bezel and leather band.

FEATURES:
Announces time, date, day of week and alarm status
Hourly chime/time announcement (can be turned off)
Audible cues help you navigate through alarm setting and other functions
Clear male voice
Large 1-1/8″ diameter face with bold black numbers
Luminescent (glow-in-the dark) hour and minute hands
Uses one CR2032 battery (included)
One-Year Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty
Comes in stylish blue gift box – great for safe storage
Operating Instructions on cassette are included

About the Radio Signal (Atomic Function): The radio signal that controls the time, day of the week and date is broadcast through a radio station in Fort Collins, Colorado. The station is operated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is the U.S. Government agency that provides the nation’s official time. Your watch is programmed to listen for the signal coming from this station overnight when it is strongest (at 3am, 4am, 5am and 6am daily) until the signal is received and your watch time is adjusted accordingly. You may also cue the watch to attempt to receive the signal on demand.

Important Note: The atomic function and calendar will not operate in Alaska or Hawaii because the watch cannot communicate with the National Institute of Standards and Technology from these states. However, it may still be used in those two states as a regular ‘manual-set’ watch. Not to be sold in Canada and Europe.

12 Comments

  1. Work for a jewelry store & do watch batteries. Had a blind man & his mom come in with one of these. This video saved me an upset customer & awkward interaction lol

  2. My grandmother loves calling MaxiAids just to talk to the reps because she loves their accents 😂

  3. I love this watch been wearing them for a while now and they are great

  4. I came here on purpose; LOOK::.Reizen watches are teh STUOPIDEST made ??; look,some are wheitedial with white hands, CRAZY, we can't see the time; look, others are white dial,big nunbers( GOOD) but then they habe BOTH HANDS THE SAME SIZE,BIOTH GOING ON TIOP OF TE NUMBERS!!! CAN'E SEE/TELL THE TIMEFolks at RAISIN, GET A GRIP!!! get the help of ONE person like me that needs 3.5 or more diopters to read, HE/SHE WILL GUIDE YOU, STOP MAKING JUNK FOR OLD PEOPLE,at least put a WARNING on it "Not for Seniors or Persons with poor near vision";(this advice is worth exactly what you paid for it,ZERO)

  5. where do I send the watch for battery replacement

  6. The watch said it was 9:20 when it showed it was 9:16 ????

  7. why don't you describe where the buttons are and say ' upper left..' lower right'  'on the side of the face of the watch..' Just wondering so pp who can't see, or not well can know what you're showing. 🙂

  8. You sound like a robot and would be nice if yo could smile a bit.

  9. I love it thank you as somebody who has a physical challenge as well thank you very much for thinking about us it's more than seniors and you've got to realize you're also helping people with different abilities as well God bless thanks Belinda

  10. The way to get this to update: take a length of wire.. doesn't matter what kind, inside telephone wire, speaker wire, ethernet wire, even an unused extension cord. Wrap one end around the body of the watch 10-20 times, and string the rest up like a long wire antenna. Your improvised long wire antenna will catch more of the signal , create a standing wave inside it, and the coil end will induce a stronger radio signal into the tiny interal antenna in the watch.

    If you want to make a permanent signal booster, cut a piece of cardboard into a square, coil up one end of your wire (thin is easiest to work with, like from old inside house telephone wire), coil one end into a circle a few inches in diameter, tape your circle down to the cardboard in a circle, and then set it on your shelf or nightstand where youw ant to park your atomic time sync watches at night. String the rest of the wire up as your long wire antenna. Then just part your watches on the cardboard square signal boosting watch parking pad..

    You can thank my paretns for buying the family a shortwave family that I played with as a kid for this 😉

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