Bingo - Switch Adapted Toy
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Everyone loves Bingo! And this set has everything you need for your very own Bingo night. It includes a sturdy metal Bingo cage that automatically selects random balls to be called, a plastic master Bingo card to show all the called numbers, 76 numbered balls, 18 reusable playing cards, and 150 colored playing chips in five different colors. We have motorized the Bingo cage, so now everyone can join in the fun!
- Teaches cause and effect
- Encourages socialization and visual attention
- Helps develop tracking skills
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts.
Requires 3 AA batteries.
Dimensions: 10" High x 9" Wide x 13" Length
Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Bingo requires 3 AA batteries (not included). We recommend using Duracell or Energizer alkaline batteries only. Other types of batteries supply lower voltage and the unit may not perform properly. Do not use rechargeable batteries and never mix old and new or different brands or types of batteries.
The battery compartment is located on the side of the toy. Remove the battery cover and install 3 AA batteries, paying attention to battery polarity. Replace the battery cover and secure it with the screw.
Connect Bingo to any external capability switch (not included) with a 1/8-inch plug by means of the 1/8-inch jack at the end of the cord. Be sure there are no gaps between the jack and the plug.
Place the numbered balls in the cage, then activate your external switch to start the cage rotating. One full revolution of the cage will drop a ball into the tray. The cage will continue to rotate while your switch is actuated. To stop the cage, release the switch.
The cage can be rotated by hand, but do so gently so as not to damage the motor.
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This specialized device has been developed for use by people with disabilities.
It should not be used without prior knowledge and consent of a guardian or professional who is qualified to assess the abilities and limitations of the individual using the device.