It's early in the morning, and the kids are fast asleep. You're happy to be able to lift the face on your new Braille watch to find out quietly how much longer you can sleep. Later on, however, you're running to catch the bus, and time is critical. A quick tap of the Talk button causes the time to be spoken aloud. Before, it was one or the other. But now, with this new, affordable timepiece, you can do both. That's right, this inexpensive, durable watch boasts both tactile hands and spoken announcement of the current time. Now, you can set an audible alarm on your watch, but check the time without making a sound. You can discretely figure out how much longer your boring meeting is, and later listen to the time when your hands aren't perfectly clean. You have all the convenience of a talking watch, and all the benefits of a Braille one. This watch comes with a stretchy metal band, so it's simple to get on and off. Four buttons around the face allow you to set the spoken time and daily alarm, toggle between 12 and 24-hour time announcement, and control the optional hourly-report feature. A pull-out stem at the 3 o'clock position lets you easily set the hands to the correct time. Tactile dots on the watch face clearly mark each hour, with double dots every 3 hours and three dots at the twelve o'clock position. The face opens at the six o'clock position, with the hinge at twelve o'clock. Please remember that, due to the amount of features offered, this watch is a bit taller than normal. We've kept it as small as possible, but it might look a bit bulky on a petite lady.