GlassOuse assistive technology review and chance to WIN the £330 glasses

GlassOuse assistive technology review and chance to WIN the £330 glasses

Disability Horizons reader John Vickers recently reviewed new assistive technology the GlassOuse glasses for us. It’s claimed to help you control your computer, phone, tablet or TV using small head movements and a mouthpiece that works like a computer mouse. Could these glasses be the solution to giving you some independence?

Watch the video below to see what GlassOuse has to say about this new assistive technology.

Once you’ve watched it, scroll down to find out how John got on and what he thinks of them in our video review. You can also find out how you can be in with a chance of winning the glasses, worth around £330!

GlassOuse assistive technology

GlassOuse assistive technology video review

Now you’ve seen the £330 glasses in action, be in with a chance of winning them by entering our competition. All you need to do is sign up to our newsletter by giving us your name and email address below, simple!

And don’t worry, if you’re already a subscriber to Disability Horizons, you can still enter. Just submit your email address and name again below and you’ll be added to the competition list.

The competition will run until the 30th March 2017. We will contact the winner via email after this date to get an address so we can post the glasses. So, what are you waiting for?!

Provide the following details in order to enter the competition.

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By John Vickers

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