Clocks for blinds
The rear bell alarm clock has a white lacquered tin housing, black bar hands for hour, minute and alarm time. The black Arabic numerals 3, 6, 9, 12 and two dots in between are raised on the plastic dial so that blind people can feel the position of the hands and the dial. A clear Plexiglas disc is mounted over the center to protect and set the hands.
Manufacture: 1960s in China
The talking blind alarm clock with battery operation in a white, lens-shaped plastic housing announces the time when the Talking button is pressed.
In the example on the next page: "It is four o'clock and four minutes." The alarm time is at 16:05.
The blind watch with a gold-double case and stainless steel base has a white plastic dial with white tactile dots, black metal hands, black Arabic numerals, manual winding Unitas 196 solid lever movement with 15 jewels, compensation balance and Incabloc shock protection. The time can be felt when the spring lid is open. The watch was built for the American market (Masterbuilt Watch Company). The watch was bought in April 1984 from the Zimmermann company in Neunkirchen.