Rick and I tried it out and found it to be a great clock we really liked using. It is designed for hard of hearing, deep sleepers, and the disabled. The controls are super easy to use with only four switches and 5 buttons. You can adjust the tone to the frequency that suits your needs. There are lights that flash so the hard of hearing and deaf can easily use this clock. Plus there is an optional vibration feature that you can use alone or you can have it alternate with the alarm.
My husband also likes the flashing light feature although it is not something we really need.
My rating on this clock is Straight A's
Sonic Alarm offers several different models with varying features for your individual needs,
They also have many other devices geared for the disabled and hearing impaired.
You can buy your clock for 49.95 on their web site .
Sonic Alarm has graciously offered to give one of my winners their very own
To enter to win this fantastic clock all you need to do is give me your name and that's it!
The rest of the entries are optional you don't have to do it. However the more you do the better are
your chances of winning.
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Disclaimer: Sonic Alert provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.