Say goodbye to product mix ups with tactile labelling
Whether you've ever confused your shampoo and conditioner or just want some extra confidence that you are about to open some baked beans, Band-it tactile labelling can help. With five distinctive tactile patterns and colours, this pack of ten Band-its will make finding what you're looking for easy and stress free. They provide extra grip around jars and bottles, and are safe to use in wet environments like bathrooms.
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Watch how the simple tactile design of Band-it can impact your life, giving you confidence and independence.
Absolutely wonderful! I’m registered blind and if I’d had things like these 9 years ago things would have been a lot easier. The different shaped ones are brilliant, the colours are so helpful and I can see them all. You could use these on anything!
[The shapes] are not too small, because if they're too small they can be difficult for someone who is visually impaired to handle. Little things, like this product, make your life so different. You feel you've got the reins of your life a little bit, because you feel when you lose your sight you've lost control.
I am hoping that these products will save me from doing my biggest mistake. I sprayed my beautiful dining room table with oven cleaner instead of polish. A very costly mistake!
Thanks Hannah! Very handy for my blind daughter with all the different bottles for shampoos and shower gels.
This idea is amazing. I buy it for a dear friend hoping it will save him time and that he won't confuse salt with sugar!
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Band-it. Everyday labelling for people with sight loss (pack of 10)
I am an architect by education and I'm very thrilled to see your nice design - the tactile part as well as the bright, beautiful colours. There are so many ugly assistive aides around, so it makes me very happy to see something so well designed.
Really like them - we both have some degree of cognitive dysfunction so it's useful to be able to tell at a glance which water bottle is mine, for example. They're also pretty good to have on hand for stimming (autism thing - basically a thing to fidget with) without being too obviously A Stim Toy.