HOW CAN A MPD-12 HELP?
The MPD-12 is very easy to use and very convenient, especially for reading a book or magazine.
By having a MPD-12 in your library, practically anyone with low vision will be able to sit comfortably and read a book. Statistics show that over the age of 65, the percentage of people with sight deterioration rapidly increases. While some people can have perfect vision in their senior years, you will find that almost all patrons will find convenient magnification to be of benefit.
In the library, a patron can use the MPD-12 with extrememly little or no training. Simply just turn it on, place the magnifier on the reading material and start to enjoy reading the large, clear text on the screen.
One large, easy to see red button turns the unit On/Off - That is all that is needed.
Place the magnifier on some text and start reading.
OTHER QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
How much do these things cost?
The retail value is $499. To assist libraries though we provide a very significant subsidy with further discount for quantity orders. All public libraries automatically qualify for credit terms against an official purchase order.
How long is the warranty?
Specifically and exclusively for public libraries, we provide a lifetime warranty against product defects. This means that in the unlikely event of ever having a problem with one of our products, we will repair or replace the item as applicable.
There is no fine print to worry about. You contact us, we take care of it. Period.
How long have Bierley been supplying electronic magnifiers?
Why do you have these products and services for libraries?
Over the years we have received countless testimonials from elderly people who have been able to start to enjoy reading again. And as advocates for the Right to Read, we want to give back to the community and help more people. Helping libraries to help their local community is an excellent and effective grass roots approach.
Can consumers buy Bierley products?
Yes, our products are available to purchase or can be borrowed via the BVC (Bierley Vision Club) which is a lending library of vision aids.