Best Watches

Even though a lot of people would rather be crippled with anxiety than have to confront a world where their sight is limited, sight loss is inevitable for some.

Of course, the key thing to take away from the above paragraph is that for some, living with sight loss isn’t as burdensome as it is for others.

But the fact of the matter is, seeing the world through a camera or relying on audio cues doesn’t exactly lend itself to being the envy of all your friends.

In fact, it may actually contribute to heightened levels of anxiety. So if you’ve got a friend who’s blind or visually impaired, you’ve probably got to ask yourself the tough question: Do I want to impress them, or give them the power to use my gift of sight to their advantage? For this, there are two primary solutions.

The first is an easy-to-wear ‘watch‘ that displays an array of icons and indicators designed to help the user navigate the world around them.

The second solution is a piece of tech that uses the user’s own other senses to augment their vision. And of course, it’s worth pointing out that this is the only consideration for people who are physically impaired, and cannot see at all.

Without further ado, here’s a look at some of the best watches for blind people.

Economical Square Talking Watch

The Economical Square Talking Watch is a very good looking talking watch that’s been created with the modern consumer in mind.

It’s a touchscreen with built-in GPS and NFC, which means you can use your watch to make and receive calls, and it’ll also display your current music track on the display.

The watch is fitted with an OLED screen that will display notifications for incoming calls, texts and emails, and will work with almost any of the major smartphones, or any regular mobile.

Modern 4 Alarm Talking Watch

The new Modern 4 Alarm Talking Watch by the company – Tempra is a seriously smart looking timepiece that’s quite versatile in its use and that’s going to appeal to all types of watch lovers, no matter what the style of watch they’re looking for.

Whether you’re looking for something for your work wear and that you can easily pull on and off with your shirts or if you’re more of a dress watch type of person, then this one is going to be something that you’ll like in the looks department and on the functionality side of things as well.

TimeOptics women talking watch

TimeOptics is a brand that specializes in providing a specialized hair accent to face that fits the trends and needs of a specific crowd.

Many of their designs for face hair accents are made with high quality synthetic material in order to give the product an even look with a realistic texture.

When wearing the hair accent a distinct feeling or coolness of the merchandise is felt in the front and back of the head. Also, their products are made to work with both women and men.

Reizen Talking Atomic Watch

The Reizen Talking Atomic Watch is a delicate, high-quality timepiece packed into an ultra-compact case.

Running chronometer, this watch is actually an atomic watch, a component of atomic technology, which measures the strength of a supercooled clock pulse and displays the time according to the supercooled radiation pattern.

Each clock pulse, due to its peculiar nature, comes in three times rather than the usual two. This explains why the Reizen Talking Atomic Watch is so stable, as the individual clock pulses radiate in a random pattern.

Seiko Men’s S23159 Braille Watch

The Summer of Horo My friends,

I’ve had a lot of fun the last couple of years watching Seiko really take to the crowdfunding route with the Seiko Watches for the Blind.

Launched in 2012 and recently updated to add this gorgeous piece of OLED, Seiko has upped the ante by creating the Seiko Watches for the Blind S-23159 Braille Watch.

The blue dial color might seem out of place with the unique ‘Tobio’ face etched in it, but the result is definitely unique and a fun watch to show off.

There are a lot of unique features on the S-23159, one of them being the Braille watch for the blind which sports the Seiko logo on it as well as the word ‘PADI’ to remind you that the watch was designed for use by blind surfers.

These are the best braille watches that we have picked for you when it comes to affordability. These watches come at affordable prices.

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