Perkins Brailler C

The Perkins Brailler is the most widely used mechanical braille writer in the world. Invented in 1951 at the Perkins School for the Blind, it has withstood the test of time, owing to its great durability, reliability and ease of use.

Key Features & Benefits

 

  • Manually operated braille teaching and writing device enables spatial orientation of text and formatting of print on a page
  • Highly durable (known to last for decades)
  • Margin Guides can be moved right and left to accommodate paper size
  • Round paper-feed knobs enable easy paper loading and unloading
  • Metal carrying handle
  • Straightforward, easy to use, and with fewer errors compared with using a slate and stylus
  • Students can take notes or exams quickly in order keep up with sighted peers, increasing their motivation and confidence
  • Teachers can prepare lessons, assignments and exams quickly and easily

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