Your Minder Talking Reminder Alarm Clock

Your Minder is a versatile talking clock that announces the time, day of the week, and the date at the press of a button, useful for visually impaired people, and it can record up to six daily alarms for use as timed reminders, medication, daily tasks, or any other event where a memory prompt is needed, particularly useful for cognitive impairments, dementia etc. Programmed alarms are repeated daily. Your Minder is powered by 2 x AA batteries providing 3 - 6 months usage. Your Minder is supplied with a UK mains power adaptor.

Weighs 600g DIMS: W 125mm H 65mm D 45mm

The Possibilities are Endless: Record anything!
• "Time to have some lunch"
• "Don't forget to take your heart medication"
• "Pick the kids up from school"
• "Check your blood sugar levels"


Love this reminder - very versatile. - rainney, (USA)

"I purchased this to use as a pill reminder and for its clock function. So far I am extremely pleased with both functions. The talking clock that announces both time and date is very loud and clear and an unexpected addition. My own suggestion would be that the clock was luminous which would make it more functional at night but this is compensated for by a backlite button that illuminates the clock for 30 secs. The alarm function that allow you to record your own personal message is great! makes it extremely versatile beyond a medication reminder!. I am very please with this product and would highly recommend it once it proves to be well constructed and remains functional."

Great Minder Clock - P. Nichols (Arizona)
"Works well for my aging mother. To remind her to take medications and to eat."

“It’s time to take Your tablets” “The time is  10.30 am”

Your Minder Talking Reminder




£39.99 (£33.32 + VAT) UK delivery £4.40

Your Minder is supplied with batteries and UK power adaptor. 12 Month warranty

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