Very Large Button TV Remote

Very Large Button TV Remote from Ability Answers

By: Ability Answers  14/07/2009
Keywords: disability, rehabilitation, Blind

 This Remote is Big, Really Big !Isn’t it infuriating when the remote control goes missing? Well that is much less likely to happen with the Big Button Remote Control - it is nearly a foot long! It seems that manufacturers are competing to make the smallest most delicate remotes possible. They may look chic and elegant, but it results in a piece of plastic and metal that is tricky to use unless you have the eyesight of an 8 year old and the dexterity of a brain surgeon. If you have a fantastic home cinema set up, with a big screen, DVD player, and surround sound, seeing what all those fiddly buttons do can be next to impossible in the cinematic gloom. Designed from the outset simply to be a really good remote control, the Big Button Remote doesn’t pretend to be a delicate piece of jewellery. Programmed to be compatible with all the major brands of TV sets, DVD players, satellite and cable receivers and AV amplifiers, it includes all the usual functions (volume, channel etc) plus many of the ‘extras’ such as Teletext and Fastext. Setting it up is easy, using standard setup codes or the built-in auto code search function. Those with dexterity and eyesight problems will really appreciate gadgets like this, but if you are always losing your remote or scrabbling around in the dark for the right button, you’ll wonder how you managed without it! Big Button Remote Control 6 in 1 Universal remote for TV, DVD, VCR, Satellite, Cable, AV-Amp Nearly a foot long! Chunky 22.2mm buttons (just under 1 inch) Easy to program Programmed compatibility with over 500 devices! Auto-code searching Standard functions plus Teletext, Fastext etc Requires 2xAA batteries (not included) If in doubt about compatbility of this remote with your device, please contact us, we can check this for you

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