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The ClarityLife is a big and bulky cell phone. You wouldn't confuse it with a Motorola Razr.

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The ClarityLife's display may be monochrome, but its large size and bright backlighting makes it easy to see. On the other hand, the menu interface is more complicated than perhaps it should be.

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The ClarityLife's emergency button will call as many as five phone book contacts when you need help.

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The ClarityLife's volume keys are located on its left spine.

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The ClarityLife has a convenient flashlight. It's located on the top of the phone next to the power button, the key lock control and the alarm clock shortcut.

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The ClarityLife's buttons are designed for users with visual impairments. The large numbers and bright backlighting make them easy to see.

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The ClarityLife's large size means it will fit only in a large pocket or a bag.

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The functional ClarityLife isn't designed with fashion in mind.

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