Our products can be used for a wide rage of various uses.
The list below is still growing.
Medicine regimes are of utmost importance for people with Parkinson's. TabTimer helps people with Parkinson's stay on-time.
TabTimer supplies diabetic storage products for safe storage of your diabetes treatments, medicines, insulin, vials, pens & syringes
TabTimer supplies equipment, devices, aids & gadgets that allow people with disabilities to have better independence & achievements
These products are assitive listening devices, especially suitable for the deaf, and hard of hearing.
These products are good for blind people, vision impaired, low vision and legally blind people
Continence Aids, Incontinence Aids
Enuresis is involuntary urination, especially by children at night. A prompt or reminder can help keep people on track with toileting.
Bedwetting is also known as nocturnal enuresis. Reminders can prompt toiletting or voiding before bedwetting occurs.
Sleep Disorders - Narcolepsy, Sleep Drunkenness - useful aids vibrating watches and vibrating clocks
Shift Workers use TabTimer Vibrating Watches & Vibrating Clocks to wake up without disturbing others
Pilots use TabTimer reminder devices to keep on track with required tasks checking implements devices, routes, and effective sleep patterns
TabTimer has a number of presentation timer devices to help presenters stay on track and deliver effectively timed presentations
Don't forget your important Piano Lessons. Stay on time and remember your tuition training
TabTimer reminder devices can be used to help you remember to blink and help avoid 'dry eye'
Pet Medication Reminders are available that are suitable for monitoring all your loved pets medication schedules.
TabTimer products can be used to assist people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Eat, drink, take medicines, stay awake at the right time.
Basic reminders to prompt users when its time to change parts; filters, pump parts, industry & commercial applications, end user consumables
Assistive technology (AT) are aids which help people with a disability perform activities that might otherwise be difficult or not possible