Equipment shop

Please read our disclaimer on non-assessed items before purchasing a product. Many specialised support products and aids have to be specifically prescribed for individual members based on personal vision and mobility needs. These items include, but are not limited to, magnifiers and canes. Read the full disclaimer.

  • Bookshare Electronic Books

    Bookshare Electronic Books

    Bookshare electronic books make reading accessible to people with print disabilities

  • Braille products

    Braille products

    Braille machines, labeller, NZ$ noteguages, slates and paper

  • Cane tips and accessories

    Cane tips and accessories

    Cane tips, pouches, reflective tape, elastic, handle grips and symbol cane

  • Canes, adult sizes

    Canes, adult sizes

    Rigid and folding canes and support canes, in adult sizes. Please note that products within this section are available to Blind Foundation members only. Please see our disclaimer on non-assessed items to find out why.

  • Canes, kiddie sizes

    Canes, kiddie sizes

    Rigid and folding kiddie size canes. Please note that products within this section are available to Blind Foundation members only. Please see our disclaimer on non-assessed items to find out why.

  • Digital Talking Book Player

    Digital Talking Book Player

    Plextalk PTX1 DAISY player

  • Digital Voice Recorder

    Digital Voice Recorder

    "The Wilson" (V5) digital voice recorder

  • Education

    Education

    Tactile rulers and protractor, Wikki Stix, braille cube keyring, talking calculators

  • Electronic video magnifier

    Electronic video magnifier

    Electronic video magnifier

  • Handwriting

    Handwriting

    Artline pens, bold lined paper, writing ,signature and envelope guides

  • Health care

    Health care

    Autodrop eyedrop dispenser and talking ear and forehead thermometer

  • Household

    Household

    Self threading needles, talking & tactile tape measures, talking indoor/outdoor thermometer, talking bathroom scales

  • Kitchen equipment

    Kitchen equipment

    Liquid level indicator, talking kitchen scales, timer, talking tin lid and tactile/low vision timers

  • Labelling

    Labelling

    Audio labeller, tactile pens, braille labels, bump-ons, and other products for labelling items

  • Large print

    Large print

    Large print calendars, address books, telephone directory and 2014 Blind Foundation Diary.

  • Lighting

    Lighting

    Lights and light stands

  • Low magnification magnifiers

    Low magnification magnifiers

    A selection of magnifiers ranging from 1.5X to 4X magnification

  • Out and about

    Out and about

    Lapel badges

  • Personal care

    Personal care

    Magnifying mirrors, autodrop, talking colour detector

  • Recreational/Fun

    Recreational/Fun

    Tactile board games, low vision and tactile playing cards, audible balls

  • Sunglasses with 100% UV Protection

    Sunglasses with 100% UV Protection

    These sunglasses have 100% UV Protection and are manufactured by NoIR Medical Technologies.The UVShield filters provide 100% UV (ultraviolet) protection.

  • Sunglasses with both UV & IR Protection

    Sunglasses with both UV & IR Protection

    These sunglasses have both Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared (IR) protection and are manufactured by NoIR Medical Technologies. These NoIR filters also provide relief from eye fatigue.

  • Timepieces

    Timepieces

    Talking, low vision and tactile watches and clocks

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Featured News

  • Eftpos

    Eftpos is now available in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin, Palmerston North and Hamilton for all static display & equipment purchases.

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    YoYo DAISY player has arrived!

    The YoYo Reader is a powerful pocket-sized, multi-function electronic reading device that weighs only 72 grams. 15 Apr 2014

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    Talking digital watch

    This large black/silver talking watch with a digital face has four alarms, time and date announcements and a stopwatch. 17 Feb 2014