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Watchminder 2.


The Watchminder 2. A thirty alarm – count ‘em – device which is designed to help people re-program behaviour. Kind of a wrist worn Pavlov’s Dog machine. What’s more the alarms are silent, vibrating types, so there’s no disturbing your neighbours or work colleagues. Which is a good thing, right? $79.95.

 Today, the WatchMinder is being used by children and adults with Attention Deficit Disorder, as well as persons with chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, urinary incontinence, and asthma. Senior citizens are using the watch to manage medication intake and hard of hearing persons benefit from the vibration system in the watch. The watch has also been utilized in research studies and has been a useful tool in clinical trials research.

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