Set of Badges (Additional)

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Please state the Set number you already have.
One Set of 15 Talking badges with magnetic ends costs £110 plus vat
A single replacement badge is £15.00

There are so far 2 sets of 15 badges: Set B1 and Set B2, so if you have 60 objects or sound-spots, you will need two sets. To fix to a substrate we recommend the use of epoxy resin, which forms a hard bond on most substrates, protecting against idle hands plucking or pilfering. The badges have a metal base and a transparent foil to protect the sound spots.  Like most badges, the back can be magnetised, or pinned, or attached using an adhesive.

The size of a badge is 38mm in diameter - please let us know if you want a different size.

The transparent medallions are more expensive. Milled out of polycarbonate sheet, these medallions cost £4.50 each, and can have coloured stickers inside. Minimum order size: 30 medallions.

"The audio was great. Very easy to follow and find sites and I am directionally challenged. Excellent guide for all ages. It was very easy to use. I wear hearing aids and I could hear it very clearly. Thankyou for a very interesting tour"

Visitor Feedback - Oxford Botanical Garden

"The DiscoveryPEN has been very successful in our trial and has received excellent feedback. We have extended its run and will certainly look to use this on a wider scale in the Museum in the future – incorporating different languages too."

British Golf Museum.

"There is this 'Ah Ha' moment when visitors used the pen. It is magic."

Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden

"We are very pleased with the Discovery PEN - It is an easy way to increase accessibility within the galleries."

Katey Boal - Learning Manager, Culloden Battlefield and Visitor Centre


"We are very excited to get started. There are so many possibilities. This will really benefit our site."

John Fletcher, Manager of Oral Histories, Anderson House

"The pilot project has been so successful that the pen will be extended to more galleries and collection."

Paul Sullivan - Museum Access and Inclusion Officer, Bristol

"This is probably the most accessible trail of people of all kinds of disabilities in the entire state. I really hope it spreads."

Accessibility Coordinator, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources: Fern Trail