Bump-Dots are tactile markers designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These smooth, raised tactile dots have an adhesive back, and can be used to tactually mark appliances, computer keyboards, typewriters, etc. The adhesive will not damage product surfaces. Available types include round dots (models 1*85333, 1*5003, 1*5020, and 1*85885), square dots (model 1*5007). SIZES: Small or large. DIMENSIONS(HxW): Small, 0.085 x 0.3 inches (models 1*85333 and 1*5020); large, 0.2
The Dot Marker Collection is a set of tactile markers designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. Each set includes dots having seven different textures in sizes ranging from the size of a Braille dot to 11/16 inch. Included are cork, felt, clear vinyl, velour, spongy, transparent dome-shaped, and Braille-sized clear Locator-Dots (see separate entry). The Standard Dot Marker Collection, model DM1(shown), includes 386 dots. The Jumbo Dot Marker Collection, model DM2, in
The Hi-Mark Tactile Pen is a tactile marker designed for tactile marking of household items by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It is a tube of fluorescent liquid paste that becomes hard plastic when it dries. Drying time is approximately two hours. It can be applied directly to paper, plastic, wood, glass, cloth or metal. It will not stick to flexible plastic. It can be used to create tactile maps or to mark control settings on stoves, microwave ovens, toaster ovens, washers, dryer
High Dots, model HD1, are spongy, adhesive-backed tactile marker dots designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. These dots can be attached to computer keyboard keys, to mark maps or other items to provide tactual reference points. Each packet of dots includes 112 small dots, 48 medium dots, and 32 large dots; the largest dots are slightly smaller than a dime.
Locator Dots are tactile markers designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. This set of six small plastic raised dots can be used as tactile reference points on a keyboard, cell phone, or other appliance. DIMENSIONS: The diameter of each dot is 0.375 inch. COLOR: Clear or orange.
Locator-Dots, also called Loc-Dots, are tactile markers designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These plastic, adhesive-backed dots are clear and can be used to mark light switches, oven controls, house keys, alarm clocks, telephones, tape recorders, etc. They can also be used as keytop overlays to designate certain keys on a computer keyboard. The package contains six dots.
The See-Through Bumpon Collection, model STBC1, is a set of tactile markers designed for use by individuals with blindness or low vision. The set includes 304 clear markers in four sizes for a variety of uses and a list od suggested uses. The smallest dot is somewhat larger than a Braille dot and the largest one is dome shaped and about twice the size of a pencil eraser. The collection also includes one sheet of 56 markers that are flat on top and smaller than a dime in diameter. These dots adhe
The Spot 'n Line Pen is a raised line tactile marker designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The "pen" is a tube of non-toxic liquid that can be squeezed out to form three-dimensional raised lines, dots, and other shapes on a variety of surfaces. These tactile shapes can be felt once the liquid is thoroughly dry. The marker can be used for maps, item identification, and tactile drawings. The tube holds one fluid ounce. COLOR: White, orange, or black.
Touch Dots are tactile markers designed to identify objects for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The adhesive-backed sponge dots can be used to identify locations on flat panels, dials, or control knobs. They can be applied to canned goods, telephones, tape recorders, keyboards, and calculators. These dots come in sheets of 64. DIMENSIONS: 0.25-inch diameter. COLORS: White, orange, yellow, red, or black.