Talking Watches and Beeping Coffee Cups

Coconut Telegraph

Whether you’re an individual with low vision needs, a caregiver or family member of someone with low vision, or a professional working with a low vision population, Peepers Low Vision Store at the Lighthouse of Manasota has an incredible array of great tools and tips to empower you and your loved ones.  Peepers cheerful store features items to help low-vision individuals maintain their independence — a coffee cup that beeps when it’s nearly full, magnifiers to read pill bottles and menus, large-print keyboards, talking clocks and watches, cooking aids and tactile marker bumps for phone and home appliances. What makes Peepers truly unique is the availability of expert staff on-site to assist customers with hands-on testing of equipment to ensure the right product for their individual needs.  Stop by Peepers today at 7318 N. Tamiami Trail, just north of Sarasota-Bradenton Airport.

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