There are a number of mainstream and specialist clocks that will let you tell the time, whether you are blind or partially sighted.
Large wall clocks with clear displays can be useful for partially sighted people. There are a number of options on the market that have been designed for anyone who may need an easy to see display. This example from Ravencourt is radio-controlled, setting and resetting itself to the correct time automatically. There are also clocks with yellow faces and contrasting black features, such as this one from Alz.
There are many clocks that announce information audibly. Cuckoo clocks or maritime timepieces are classic examples.
If you’re looking for help to manage your medicine, then the Talking Medcenter Clock can be used to set regular reminder alarms.
Using your smartphone
You are able to check the time on any smartphone. In addition, personal assistants and smart speakers can be asked for the time.
You can also use your smartphone or smart speaker to set a timer or reminder or to manage your calendar.
The Daily Living Foundation’s (DLF) ‘Living Made Easy’ website compares a range of different options regarding ‘wall mounted clocks with bold or clear displays’.