Do they still make the talking blood pressure device?



From: blindhandyman@yahoogroups.com [mailto:blindhandy...@yahoogroups.com]
On Behalf Of Rick Hume
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2010 4:30 PM
To: blindhandyman@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [BlindHandyMan] talking thermometer or other solution.



Now, I'm hoping you have one of these and can tell us more about it. I have
the Oregon blood pressure unit, and think it is one of the coolest gadgets
around for the price. It tells you in speech, as well as by its digital
screen, your blood pressure, etc.

My question concerning the heat sensor is, does it also give all information
in speech, along with the digital readout?
Do you have an idea as to the price?

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Dan Rossi 
To: blindhandyman@yahoogroups.com <mailto:blindhandyman%40yahoogroups.com>  
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2010 9:57 AM
Subject: RE: [BlindHandyMan] talking thermometer or other solution.

How about the Oregon Scientific Talking Wireless BBQ thermometer. That 
sounds like it would fit the bill. Again, it only goes up to 572 degrees, 
but has a separate wireless probe from the talking unit. Here is a 

Well let you know when your BBQ is ready from a football field away!
No need to wait by the grill to find out when
dinner is readythis wireless thermometer
verbally alerts you when the meat has reached the
perfect temperature. Program your choice of eight
entres, choose the doneness desired and youre good to grill.
Digital LCD screen with remote wireless probe to
identify temperature/readiness of meatSpeaks in
five languages with corresponding display
(English, Spanish, German, French, Danish)Sensor
has temperature range from 32F to
572FProgrammable entre programs include beef,
lamb, veal, hamburger, pork, turkey, chicken, and
fishFour doneness selections include rare, medium
rare, medium, and well doneFour verbal and audio
alert options let you know the status of your
mealalmost ready, ready, overcooked, and
out-of-rangeAudio alarm sounds when selected
temperature is reachedMain unit will receive the
probe signal from up to 330 feet awayStainless
steel probe detaches from sensor for easy cleaningLow battery indicator

Blue skies.
Dan Rossi
Carnegie Mellon University.

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