The 10 Best Talking Watches Money Can Buy

TimeOptics Women's Talking Expansion Bracelet watch

Talking watches are ideal for people who have visual impairments. They provide useful information in a format that is fast and effective. There are many different brands and styles of talking watches on the market, but not all are created equally. We’ve reviewed the models that have the best reviews with the highest marks for convenience, functionality, and reliability. For your consideration and convenience, we’ve put together a list of the ten best talking watches that money can buy.

10. L&S Talking Watch

L&S Talking Watch

This is an extra-large-sized talking watch that comes equipped with a calendar and a 4-button white face with black numbers. It’s a good choice for the elderly, people with low vision, and people who are blind. the voice speaks in easy to hear tones. The time is announced with a single button push, as well as the day and date. It has a built-in alarm that is easy to set with three distinct sounds to remind you of important events. The time is announced hourly.

9. Economical Square Talking Watch

Economical Square Talking Watch

This attractive wristwatch tells the time in an audible male voice. It’s ideal for those with low vision, blindness, and the elderly. It speaks the time with the push of a button, and also provides the date. It comes with an alarm that can be turned on and off to remind you of important events. The dial is 40mm wide x 17mm in depth.

8. Reizen Talking Watch-Mens-2 Voices-Bi-Color-Expanse Band

Reizen Talking Watch-Mens-2 Voices-Bi-Color-Expanse Band

This attractive timepiece tells the time in a choice of a male or female voice in the English language. Hear the time announced with the touch of a button, or press once again for the date. It’s made of bi-color polished chrome with a goldtone bezel. Ideal for the elderly, the blind, or people with low vision.

7. TimeOptics Men’s Talking Gold-Tone Day Date Alarm Watch

TimeOptics Men's Talking Gold-Tone Day Date Alarm Watch

This is one of the latest and most advanced talking watches available with the choice of the male or female voice. It integrates digital voice and analog movements. The dial is white with bold black Arabic numbers and large ornate hands for those with low vision. The bracelet is made of stainless steel in an expansion/flex styling. The watch is 39 mm wide and 14 mm deep with an anti-reflective, anti-scratch mineral crystal lens. It’s powered by a Japanese quartz movement and an IC chip.

6. VISIOYO English Talking Watch

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The Visioyo English Talking Watch is one of the best affordably priced talking watches on the market today. It is a simple timepiece that features 12 hours and 24-hour modes. It also offers an alarm function that can be set or canceled. It is an ideal watch for the elderly, the blind, or the visually impaired.

5. Reizen Talking Atomic Watch with Top Light- Expansion Band

Reizen Talking Atomic Watch with Top Light- Expansion Band

The Reizen Talking Atomic Watch with a top light is the ideal choice in an affordable timepiece with talking technology. The watch announces the time, the date, the day of the week, the alarm status, and more in a clear and crisp voice. It is made of 304L stainless steel material for durability. The analog display features a second hand. The face of the watch is a large 1.375 inches with bold black numbers that are highly legible for those with low vision. An LED top light illuminates the face of the watch in low-light environments. The watch automatically sets the time and makes adjustments for daylight savings time. It provides an hourly alarm notice that can be easily turned on and off. It also provides audible cues to assist in the navigation through the alarm settings as well as for other functions to make this one of the easiest timepieces to use. The voice is male. It is powered by a CR2032 battery which is included in the watch.

4. Five Senses 1156 English Talking Watch for Seniors Women

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The English Talking Watch for Seniors is good for people who have visual impairment because it speaks the day, date, and time with clear audio. This timepiece features second-generation VHAS talking technology. The design gives you the dual option of talking time telling in a male voice or visual. This watch also features braille time telling for those who are blind, and a large face for those with low vision who do have some sight. It makes the perfect gift for anyone who could benefit from an audio presentation of the time, day, and date.

3. Hearkent Atomic Talking Watch

Hearkent Atomic Talking Watch

The Hearkent Atomic Talking watch is ideal for the elderly, for people with dementia, and those who are visually impaired. The voice speaks in clear and loud tones. It automatically updates the time and date when the user enters a different time zone. It also makes automatic adjustments for daylight savings time. The watch features an hourly chime function and an alarm that you can turn on and off. The case of the watch is made with plastic and a stainless steel ring on the top. The band is stainless steel stretch material or an option for an adjustable genuine leather band with a Japanese battery and movement. Each watch comes with an extra elastic band.

2. TimeOptics Women’s Talking Expansion Bracelet watch

TimeOptics Women's Talking Expansion Bracelet watch

The analog and digital voice movements synchronize for fast and accurate time-telling. Ideal for visually impaired wearers with both voice and visual time telling. The dial is white with contrasting black Arabic numerals and large decorative hands. The bracelet is a deluxe tapered style made of stainless steel with an expansion flex styling. The dial crystal is an anti-reflective and scratch-resistant mineral crystal. It comes in a drawstring pouch and a gift box.

1. Reizen Talking Atomic Blue Dial Chrome Watch- Blue Leather Band

Reizen Talking Atomic Blue Dial Chrome Watch- Blue Leather Band

The Reizen Talking Atomic Blue Dial Chrome Watch is an attractive timepiece that makes a verbal announcement of the time along with the date, day of the week, alarm status, and more. There is no need to reset the watch for daylight savings time. It automatically resets and adjusts itself for time changes. The wristwatch is available in a 1.25-inch dial with a blue face and numbers in bold white. It also features line-style hour markers. It comes with a blue leather strap for visual appeal.

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