There are four types of low vision watches for the blind and visually impaired.
Talking watches that speak out the hour and minute at the press of a button. These usually have a retro style.
Braille watches with tactile displays make it possible to tell the time by touch. They look like ordinary analog watches but have a cover that can be lifted to tell the time by touch.
Easy to see women's watches with large numbers and large and clear displays for enhanced visibility for seniors and people with low vision.
|Reizen Talking Extra-Large Face Watch with Large Numbers||Ladies Deluxe Easy to Read Talking Watch with Bold Black Hands and Numbers|
|Senses Atomic Self Setting Solar Powered Talking Watch||TimeOptics Talking Two-Tone Day Date Alarm Expansion Bracelet Watch||ATOMIC! Talking Wrist Watch w/Alarm,Speaks Time, Day, Date & Year|
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Eone Time: Bradley uses magnets and ball bearings. A ball bearing at the center marks the minutes and another ball bearing on the side tells the hours. If the ball bearings are pushed out of place, the magnets bring them back into place with a slight shake of the wrist. The Bradley is named after Brad Snyder, an ex naval-officer who lost his eyesight in an explosion in Afghanistan. Both functional and beautiful, the Bradley looks great on your wrist and is a favorite for everyone.