Doro MemoryPlus 319i ph

Amplified photo phone

MemoryPlus 319i ph is an excellent choice for people with reduced dexterity, hearing or memory. The ergonomic handset, large keypad and one-touch photo memory buttons are all specially designed to make MemoryPlus 319ph extremely easy to operate.

  • Comfortable, ergonomically designed grip
  • Easy to use – just lift and press
  • Handset volume amplified by up to 35dB
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  • Doro MemoryPlus 319i ph
  • Doro MemoryPlus 319i ph
  • Doro MemoryPlus 319i ph
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Main features
Photokeys 4
Redial memory 1
One touch memories 4
Sounds & Signals
Monophonic ringtones: 3
Visual ring indicator true
Ringer volume settings except off 3
Ringer off setting true
Loud and clear sound true
Maximum receiving amplification (dB) 35
Boost protection true
HAC (hearing aid compatible) true
Maximum ringer volume (dB(A) at 1 metre 91
Slide volume settings true
Tone control true
Easy clean surfaces true
Easy grip comfortable handset true
Light weight handset (g) 220
Easy to place handset true
High contrast keys with low reflective finish true
Concave keys true
Low profile front for easy operation true
PSTN true

Smart design and functionality

  • HAC – Hearing Aid Compatibility

    An important feature for hearing aid users. Most of our mobile phones are rated M3/T3 or higher, meaning they will work with most types of hearing aids.

  • Oversized buttons

    When a conventional keypad becomes less comfortable than you’d like, this Doro product with extra large, easy to press buttons is just the answer.

  • Tone control

    Tone control is a feature not normally found on standard phones and gives you more control over the sound quality in the handset. Perfect for people with hearing loss.

Awards and honours

  • Janus 2008 de la Santé

    Janus 2008 de la Santé

  • The International Design Excellence Awards 2009

    The International Design Excellence Awards 2009