Braille Slate

Results: 15

Brown Slate And Stylus (Model 1-00170-00)

The Brown Slate and Stylus, no. 1-00170-00, is designed for writing Braille for individuals who are visually impaired. The slate's back can be opended to allow for reading the Braille without having to remove the paper from the frame. The slate is made of metal and features 4 lines of 28 cells each. DIMENSIONS: 8 3/8 x 2.25 inches.

Cassette Labeling Slate (Model 23-0351-9) & Cassette Labels (Model 23-4151-9)

The Cassette Labeling Slate, model 23-0351-9, is a braille slate designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision as a braille labeler for cassettes. This braille slate is designed for use with Cassette Labels, model 23-4151-9, which are made of clear adhesive tape. The slate has two full rows of 14 cells on the top and bottom lines. The second and third lines have two cells at each margin. Cassette Labels are sold in a package of 25 labels.

Desk Board With 27 Cell Braille Slate And Large Handle Stylus

The Desk Board with 27 Cell Braille Slate and Large Handle Stylus are designed for braille writing for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 27-cell per line slate provides a stiff, flat writing surface. The board is made of durable white plastic and the slate is made of metal. A hinged clamp at the top of the board holds the paper in position. Small round pegs are mounted on the black of the slate and fit into the grooves on both sides of the board. After the first four lines of wr

Desk Slate (Model 23-1401-1)

The Desk Slate, model 23-1401-1, is a braille slate designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 40-line, 4-cell slate allows the user to write more braille on 11 by 11.5 inch paper, and is recommended for use in transcribing. It comes with a 28-line masonite board and a braille stylus. OPTIONS: Slate (23-1501-8) and board (23-1601-6) are available separately.

E-Z Read Slates (Models 23-0701-5, 23-0801-3, 23-1101-7, & 23-1201-5)

E-Z Read Slates are braille slates designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. These are aluminum slates with pins on the top leaf to secure the paper so that the user can read the braille without removing the paper from the slate. Available models include the ##1 E-Z Read, model 23-0701-5, a 27-cell, 4-line slate; the ##2 E-Z Read, model 23-1801-3, a 19-cell, 6-line postcard size slate; the 8 Line E-Z Read, model 23-1101-7, a 28-cell, 8-line slate; and the Jumbo E-Z Read,

Full-Page Slate

The Full-page Slate is a Braille slate designed for use by individuals who are blind or who have low vision. This 25-line, 28-cell plastic slate accommodates standard North American paper (8.5 x 11 inches) and has Braille line numbers embossed down the side. It also has the guides used for embossing Braille on labeling tape.

Marburg Braille Writing Slate

The Marburg Braille Writing Slate, model 30712, is a manual braille writing aid designed to allow brailling an entire 8.5 x 11 inch page without having to move the slate or adjust the paper. The slate is made of durable plastic and has 30 cells per line. DIMENSIONS: 8.75 x 12 inches. COLOR: Black.

Playing Card Slate (Model 23-2101-6)

The Playing Card Slate, model 23-2101-6, is a braille slate designed to create brailled playing cards for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This slate allows the user to braille any standard size playing card. It is made of aluminum and comes with a braille stylus.

Pocket Slate (Model 1-00160-00)

The Pocket Slate is a braille slate designed with slots for labeling for individuals who are blind or have low vision. The metal slate has 28 cells and is designed with pins up. DIMENSIONS: 8.25 x 1.75 inches.

Pocket Slates (Models 23-0301-4, 23-0401-2, & 23-601-7)

Pocket Slates are braille slates designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The ##1 Pocket Slate, model 23-0301-4, is a 27-cell, 4-line slate; the ##2 Pocket Slate, model 23-0401-2, is a 19-cell, 6-line postcard size slate; and the ##140 Pocket Slate, model 23-0601-7, is a 40-cell, 4-line slate designed for use without a board. All models are made of aluminum and come with a braille stylus.

Postcard Slate And Stylus (Models 1-00110-00 & 1-00180-00)

The Postcard Slate and Stylus, models 1-00110-00 and 1-00180-00, are Bralli slates and styluses designed for writing Braille on cards or small sheets of paper for individuals who are visually impaired. This is ideal for writing shorts and memos rather than wasting large sized paper. Two models are available in the postcard size. Interpoint allows embossing on both sides of the paper (see separate entry. The other model has pins pointing upwards. The slates are made of lightweight metal and provi

Single Line Labeling Slate (Model 23-2001-3)

The Single Line Labeling Slate, model 23-2001-3, is a braille slate designed for use in labeling by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 25-cell aluminum slate is used for embossing Dymo labeling tape (see separate entry)and other items.

Small Loose Leaf Pocket Notebook (Model 23-2501-7)

The Small Loose Leaf Pocket Notebook, model 23-2501-7, is a three-ring notebook with a 20-cell, 8-line braille slate and room for storing notes and extra paper. It uses 3-holed loose-leaf paper measuring 3.5 by 6 1/8 inches (see separate entry for Braille Paper Pad.) This braille notebook also comes with a braille stylus.

Standard Pocket Slates (Model 1-00090-00 & 1-00080-00)

Standard Pocket Slates, models 1-00090-00 and 1-00080-00, are Braille slates designed for writing Braille for individuals with a visual impairment. The slates are available in two styles. The metal Pocket Slate is a 28 cell slate with pins down. The plastic Pocket Slate features 28 cells per line, with pins pointing up. DIMENSIONS: Both models measure 8.25 x 1.75 inches.

Standard Slate

The Standard Slate is a braille slate designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This 28-cell, 4-line slate comes with a stylus and is available in metal or plastic.

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