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1. Motorola MD681 5.8 GHz Digital
$99.99 $99.97 list($179.99)
2. Motorola MD671 5.8 GHz Digital
$77.99 $73.00 list($149.99)
3. Motorola Surfboard SB5100 Cable
$59.99 $59.95 list($99.99)
4. Motorola MD61 5.8 GHz Accessory
$95.99 $89.90 list($139.99)
5. Motorola T7400R GMRS / FRS Rechargeable
$49.99 list($79.99)
6. Motorola T6500R GMRS / FRS Rechargeable
Too low to display list($99.99)
7. Motorola MD761 5.8 GHz Digital
Too low to display list($59.99)
8. Motorola MD71 5.8 GHz Cordless
Too low to display list($89.99)
9. Motorola MD751 5.8 GHz Digital
$49.99 $28.99
10. Motorola MD41 2.4 GHz Accessory
Too low to display list($59.99)
11. Motorola MA351 2.4 GHz Analog
$43.99 $40.90 list($59.99)
12. Motorola T5500R GMRS / FRS Rechargeable
$150.99 list()
13. Motorola SURFboard® Wireless Cable
$28.79 list($49.99)
14. Motorola T5500AA GMRS / FRS 5-Mile
$279.99 $247.99
15. Home Monitoring & Control
$61.59 $59.00 list($129.99)
16. Motorola T5950 Rechargeable GMRS
$79.99 list($99.99)
17. Motorola MD451sys 2.4 GHz Digital
$74.99 list($109.99)
18. Motorola T7400AA GMRS / FRS 7
$41.99 list()
19. Motorola MA550 5.8 GHz Cordless
$285.99 list()
20. Motorola High-Definition Off-Air

1. Motorola MD681 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Speakerphone with Answering System and Caller ID (Silver)
list price: $199.99
our price: $109.99
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Asin: B0000CDELD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 71
Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Motorola MD681 combines powerful 5.8 GHz digital technology with strong call features, an integrated answering system, and expandability to six compatible handsets, each offering caller ID and visual call waiting. Plus, the phone includes a digital answering system with three individual mailboxes.

Both the handset and base unit offer full functionality, with full keypad, speakerphone, and backlit LCD on each. The base unit is desk or wall mountable and offers face-up handset charging, while the handset also offers convenient intercom features, three-way conferencing, VibraCall alert, and a low battery indicator. Additional call features include redial, flash, mute, and hold. The MD681 comes with everything you need to get started, and is backed by a one-year warranty.

Features

  • 5.8 GHz Digital with Multi-Handset Capability
  • Caller ID with Visual Call Waiting on Base Station
  • Expandable up to 6 total handsets
  • 3-mail box digital answering machine on base
  • Selectable Ringtones
  • Redial, Flash, Hold and Mute Functionality
  • VibraCall alert

What's in the Box
MMD681 base, one handset, NiMH rechargeable battery pack, charging transformer, telephone line cord, wall bracket, user manual, warranty information.



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Features

  • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable to 6 handsets
  • Digital answering system with 3 individual mailboxes
  • Caller ID with visual call waiting
  • Speakerphone capability from handset and base unit
  • Selective ring tones and VibraCall alert

Reviews (32)

4-0 out of 5 stars MD681, good looking, functional home office essential gadget
Negatives first: Very poor Motorola tech. support... you gotta figure this device out on your own. Finding a back-up and/or replacement battery pack was a scavenger hunt to say the least, come on Motorola... get with the program and train your customer service rep's and techies to actually understand your products! FYI; Radio Shack has a battery, P/N #23-272 (2.4V/1400mAh NiMH) and it's widely available at most stores or on the web. Overall, I like this device (great speakerphones in the handsets) I have three remote handsets, scattered about my home and office). O.K., so the answering machine is disassociated with the base operating system and remote handsets... who cares anyway! Cool blue lights for evening usage and I like the "brick style" handsets... kind of muscular instead of the ever popular feminine styled crap that's out there from the competition! This phone is for hi-tech users only... not fuddies, lackeys and techno-idiots. Buy this phone system if you are using a WiFi 2.4GHZ network to avoid transmission interference. I purchased mine 01/08/04 at Circuit City in Indianapolis... they had more cordless phones on display (and in stock) than any other retailer in the metro area.

4-0 out of 5 stars A very nice phone
I've had this phone now for a week and have come to really like it - so much so, that I'm going to go out and get an additional handset for my home office to replace a corded speakerphone. The handset itself has a decent speakerphone built in and I was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality.

Others have mentioned that the sound quality of the answering machine is poor. In my opinion, it's every bit as good as any other answering machine I've ever owned. Others have also complained that the handset and base station don't share a phone book. There's a simple solution to work around this. When somebody calls you, you simply enter the Caller ID menu and then press save on the handset and the base station. It takes about 5 seconds. The same works if you call somebody. I dialed a number and the caller ID worked in reverse, showing me the name of the person who's number I just dialed. Menu > Caller ID > Save. Done. It's that easy. I wouldn't want to enter numbers by hand on each device, but this is such a simple way to do it, I don't know who would try anything else. Spend an afternoon calling your friends and you'll be done.

The handset, while slim, fits comfortably in your hand. I was concerned about this, but it's not an issue. I've mounted the base station to a wall and while it sticks out a little bit farther off the wall than I'd like, it's less than others and after about 2 hours, it really doesn't bother me anymore.

The menu system is nice and you can even adjust the contrast of the screens. My only gripe about the phone is the ring tones. Can't any phone mfr (cell, wired or wireless) make a phone that has a good old-fashioned ring to it anymore? I had to cycle through to the 6th ring tone before I found one that wasn't annoying. Oh - you might want to make sure to set the ring tone on the phone and the base station to be the same. Otherwise, when the handset is on the base station, the rings are out of sync and the two different tones are annoying. This and only getting one battery in the box are what keep me from giving it 5 stars.

I would have no problems recommending this phone to anybody. I bought it direct at Circuit City so I could return it easier if necessary, but I'll be keeping it and ordering another handset.

2-0 out of 5 stars dissapointed
i bought this unit and was very pleased until i had a problem.<br /> my dog broke the power pack and motorola said i cant get a replacement part. i thought why cant i buy another power pack. motorola said they do not sell replacement parts so my phone is no good now.<br /> i bought a uniden cheaper and it actually sounds better then the motorola. it was 1/3 the price

1-0 out of 5 stars Motorola needs help with this one!!
We purchased this phone a year ago from Target and have had problems since the beginning with it cutting in and out during conversations. We can be sitting in the same spot, near the base and it always happens if we are on the phone for more than a few minutes. We have addressed the problem with Motorola, went through trouble shooting options with no success. They sent us a new phone (at our expense to ship the original phone back). Unfortunately this phone gives us the same problems!! Motorola blames our phone company...we live in a major metropolitan area with a large provider - it's not the case! I believe they were one of the first to come out with the 5.8Ghz phones and they need to improve their product as the competion is much more plentiful now. Rather than fight with the phone any longer.....I'm pitching it. MY RECOMMENDATION: DON'T BUY THIS PHONE - not worth the money!!

4-0 out of 5 stars So much potential, but some annoying problems
This is a great phone with some really annoying problems. I know it's been said before, I read all about how you can't sync the handset address books with the base. Now that I'm using this, what an incredible frustration! Motorola, pay attention: Add this easy feature as an option people can use to sync the handset with the base. This is a great phone, really nice reception, very clear, easy to use, nice backlighting, feels great, etc. But the lack of sync drives me nuts. Now that we own the base + 1 additional handset, my wife wants to upgrade the whole house. But I'm definitely not going to program the phone list 5 times. The other problem I've heard mentioned before is the quality of the answering machine. It does sound awful, it's way overcompressed on both the inbound and outbound messages. I also wish there was an "auto-redial" feature when the line is busy. Lots of cell phones have this now.

If you don't get easily annoyed by small details, this is a wonderful phone, but for those people who really want to feel like they got their money's worth on this expensive of a phone, hope Mot fixes these problems for the MD682. ... Read more


2. Motorola MD671 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Speakerphone with Caller ID
list price: $179.99
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000CDELC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 326
Average Customer Review: 4.54 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Motorola MD671 combines 5.8 GHz digital technology, a stylish silver design, plenty of functions, and even expandability to six handsets, making it perfect for busy households. With dual keypads, dual displays (full graphic), and dual speakerphone capability, the MD671 also offers the convenience of caller ID and visual call waiting, so you always know who's calling.

The MD671 includes one handset to get you started; it houses a wealth of great features. Selectable ring tones help identify callers, while three-way conferencing and convenient intercom functionality help you stay connected. Additional handset features include redial, flash, mute, hold, and a built-in battery meter with audible and visual alert signals that let you know when power is running low. The MD671 comes with everything you need to get started and is backed by a one-year warranty.

Features:

  • Caller ID with visual call waiting
  • Full keypad in base
  • Redial, flash, hold, and mute functionality
  • 5.8 GHz digital signal, expandable to six total handsets

What's in the Box
MD671 base, handset, NiCD battery pack, charging transformer, telephone line cord, wall bracket, user manual, warranty information



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Features

  • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable to 6 handsets
  • Caller ID with visual call waiting
  • Speakerphone capability from handset and base unit
  • Selective ring tones and VibraCall alert
  • Redial, flash, hold, and mute functions

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best is not always perfect
We had a failure of the base unit for our Siemens Gigaset 4210 system, which made the whole system inoperative. Although this system is still under warranty and will be repaired, we never liked using it. Therefore, we decided to replace that system with a different one. We considered 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz, and 5.8 GHz cordless phones. We did not have any requirements for extraordinary range or wireless LAN compatibility. The choices were numerous, but our final selection of a new Motorola MD671 system resulted after a compromise of our requirements.

Our needs seemed to be simple, but just try to satisfy them in a cordless phone or phone system. While researching our choices, we came across a review that stated "... if these features are available in a cell phone, why can't I have them in a cordless?" We strongly agree with this remark, and we feel that the manufacturers should get their cell and cordless design teams talking to each other to exchange some of the good feature ideas.

Our requirements for multiple phones or a phone system:
• Speed dial or memory dial
• Long battery life
• Ability to operate during a power failure
• Phonebook sharing among the handsets and base (system phones only)
• Clear, easy-to-read display
• Good sound quality
• Solid feel and comfortable to use
• Speaker operation in all handsets
• Voicemail notification (FSK light)
• Caller ID

We did not have requirements for other features, such as intercom, so other reviews may be helpful when considering those features. We also did not want to get into a phone or system with an answering machine.

After using the Motorola MD671 system for a few days, I can provide some pros and cons, from our perspective. You can see that it is a mixed bag that did not meet all of our requirements.

PROS
• Very simple to set up and use. The menu is limited and intuitive. It is the polar opposite of our former Siemens phones. What a joy to see Motorola keep it simple.
• The buttons have a good spacing, although they are small and hard to read, and a nice rubbery feel.
• 1400 mAh NiMH battery should have long life and does not need the discharge cycles that a NiCd battery does. It should have about 50% longer life than the Panasonic 850 mAh NiCd batteries.
• The battery meter shows small increments of change, unlike the other phones that we tried. For example, our former Siemens handsets show remaining battery capacity in three discrete segments.
• A spare battery pack can be inserted into the base unit to keep the phone system working during a power outage. Motorola estimates that the unit will operate for about 2-1/2 hours. No base-unit functions will operate on backup battery power, but the handsets will be fully functional. Note that handset batteries can be interchanged in the base unit for longer power-outage operation.
• Sound quality seems indistinguishable from most corded phones.
• Speakerphone operates great. It has clear sound, and it is full duplex, although you will not see that it is in the user's manual.
• Display uses large characters, making it easier to read, possibly even without your glasses.
• Handsets have a rubber edges, which provide a comfortable, "grippy" feel. The handsets feel great in the hand and on the ear, and they have a solid, well-balanced feel.
• Simple volume switch located on the rubber edge of the handset.
• Easy to mute while using the handset.
• Voicemail light works great. Not only does the base unit flash, each handset flashes when there is a message waiting.
• Small antenna looks good, never gets in the way, and is less of a temptation to our bird.

CONS
• Each handset and the base operate independently. Therefore, when a missed call is registered on the display, it must be cleared from each handset and base to have a "clean slate" waiting for the next set of calls. Likewise, each CID register must be independently cleared. It would be more convenient to have an action at one unit affect the whole system.
• Blue backlighting is a little difficult to read. Perhaps white or a light shade of green would be easier to see.
• User's manual is too brief. It does not include some of the features of the phone, such as pressing a letter on the keypad to quickly go to the start of that section of the phonebook.
• No phonebook sharing, which means that you need to key in phonebook entries into each of your handsets and the base individually. This feature could be good for families with multiple teenagers, who each want to have their own phonebook that cannot be changed by another handset.
• No one- or two-number speed dial. This one I just can't understand, because cell phones and most other cordless phones have it. On this phone, you either need to scroll through the phonebook (you can use the shortcut described above) or sign up for speed dial from the phone company. We did the latter.
• Handset does not stand up in a "normal speakerphone orientation." However, the belt clip and the battery cover keep the speaker off of a surface adequately to lay the phone down, buttons up. In this position, it will never fall over while using it.
• Information is hard to find for this phone. For instance, the Motorola site compares their cordless phones, and they say that this model has speed dial (it doesn't) and does not have redial (it does).
• If you like to cradle your handset on your shoulder, this phone may be too slim.

Overall, we think that we found an excellent cordless system, but we will have to use it longer to really have an adequate experience base for comment. If this phone had shared phonebooks and speed dial, we would "be in cordless heaven."

5-0 out of 5 stars Good phone for the money
I was looking for a phone in the 5.8 GHz frequency band so as to reduce the interference with a home wireless LAN.
After using the phone for a few days I can provide some pros and cons.

PROS:
> Long battery life...thanks to a 1400 mAh Nickel Metal Hydride battery. Compared to our 2.4 GHz PANASONIC with NiCd batteries this is a marked improvement in battery life. On standby the battery lasts 3-4 days.
> Sound quality comparable to other cordless phones
> Range: Works about 500 feet away from base
> Simple setup
> Ergonomic design
> Spread spectrum technology. Makes eavesdropping harder
> Handset speakerphone in addition to speakerphone on base
> Choice of ringer tones

CONS:
> If another phone in the house is in use the speaker on the base blinks with this blue light. Motorola said it cannot be turned off. The LCD display message "Extension in use" is sufficient ...the blue light is really not required
> Not a true 5.8 GHz phone. Motorola informed me that the handset to base uses 2.4 GHz but the base to handset uses the 5.8 GHz band
> Separate Caller id. To delete the calls in your caller id list you have to delete them from the base and handset separately.
> User manual is too short. Missing: Technical specifications, detailed explanations of some features

All things considered this phone is a good buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Close to landline quality
Great phone with superior reception and voice quality. Stylish and more compact then the picture reflects. Large display on the base. My only complaint is that I have to clear the caller ID's for the handset and base independently. Would be nice if I could do both at the same time. Might be one of the pricier models, but worth it!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a great phone!
I like this phone a lot more than I expected. It was easy to set up and it's easy to use. This is probably my fiftieth cordless - okay, it's more like my tenth - I go through phones for some reason. It ranks at the top.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone, easy setup & expandability
So far, the best cordless phone we've had. This phone has a nice, solid feel, uncluttered keypad, and the display is large, bright, and easy to read. We bought ours together with one expansion unit (MD61). Setup of the expansion phone was simple as well.

Sound quality on both handsets is perfect throughout the house...no noise, etc.

My favorite feature is the speakerphone capability on the handsets. You can turn it on and off in the middle of a call, set it down on a table and continue your conversation hands-free, and it is especially handy when dialing into our phone company voicemail, or getting messages from work.

If they had asked me, I would only offer these design improvements:

1. It would be nice if the handsets could stand upright on their own when not in the cradle, so the display would be more visible if you had it sitting on a table;

2. The wall mounting bracket causes the base unit to tilt upward too much when it's on the wall. This can make the display less visible from a distance or if we're sitting down at the dinner table. I fixed this minor issue by placing three wood shims behind the mounting bracket, to tilt the top of the unit forward so that it is somewhat more vertical.

3. The handheld units are straight, and fairly slender which makes it difficult to hold the phone between your cheek and shoulder (i.e. hands-free). But if you need to use both hands to do something else while talking, you can just punch the speakerphone button and set the handheld down to continue talking. ... Read more


3. Motorola Surfboard SB5100 Cable Modem
list price: $149.99
our price: $77.99
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Asin: B00008Y1BX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 447
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • DOCSIS 1.1 and 2.0 Certified
  • Integrated A-TDMA and S-CDMA technology--capable of providing up to 30 Mbps upstream data rate
  • USB and Ethernet connectivity
  • Front panel status LEDs and built-in HTML-based diagnostics for quick and easy troubleshooting
  • Compatible with Windows 95, 98, 2000, Me, NT, XP, Mac OS, Linux, and UNIX

Reviews (45)

5-0 out of 5 stars Surfing the web with the 5100
I got this cable modem for my folks a short while ago rather than have them continue to pay a monthly rental fee to Comcast. I chose the Motorola 5100 based on the reputation of Motorola, the price (although it wasn't as good as this Amazon price), and the technology.

Installation was easy with a quick start guide as well as a full manual (on cd). For the price, you can't beat it. It has the latest technology- DOCSIS 2.0 but is backward compatible with the older standards DOCSIS 1.0 and 1.1 used by mostly all cable internet providers. (Please be sure to check with your cable internet provider first before buying any modem to make sure they support the DOCSIS standard and modem you are considering buying.)

The Motorola has both USB and Ethernet connections so you can directly hook up 2 computers without having to buy extra networking hardware. Another nice feature is the STANDBY button at the top which you can use to temporarily cut off the internet. Also, it is relatively compact (roughly 6"H x 2"W x 6"D), so it won't take over your valuable desk space.

Performance-wise, I can't say I noticed much of a difference from their old modem but cable bandwith can be variable depending on the number of users in the neighborhood. At least it wasn't any slower.

Based on all this, I figured why buy a modem with older technology for more $$ that probably can't be upgraded when you can have the latest and greatest now for cheaper- a rare combination.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Modem.Great Price. Would Highly Recommend
I got this modem after being feed up with paying modem rental fees and boy am I glad I did! It is a solid performer and looks much better then my rental modem.

Setup was very easy and I had no problems. Took just a few minutes to get setup after providing the cable company with the MAC address and customer serial number of the modem. It has been on for 4 months now and the connection has never dropped. The standby feature is a nice extra if you will be away from your pc and want to protect it from the internet "nastiness".
The overall footprint of this modem is very small. I also love that it comes with a regular 2-prong plug and not a "Wall-Wart" block transformer plug (although it does have a transformer block in the middle of the cord.)

I also love that you can view the internal page diagnostics, which is helpful for troubleshooting. I have been able to use the internal diagnostics while going through a Netgear FR314, Linksys BEFSR41, and Cisco PIX 501 firewall (I could not do this on my previous modems.)

I have also noticed a slight speed increase with this modem over my previous Ericsson PipeRider and Motorola 4200 modems. The best part is that this modem's speed is much more consistent than the other two modems. I never worry if I will have great speed and reliability with this modem.
Overall, I'm very satisfied with this modem because it works great, looks great, and a small footprint. It is well worth the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works Like a Charm!
I've been using this modem for a little over a year now, and I've never ran into any problems whatsoever. I used to pay money to rent a Toshiba cable modem from Cox, and buying this modem not only saved me a lot of cash but enabled me to enjoy a problem-free net surfing experience with high speed downloads/uploads. A must-buy if you prefer not to rent a cable modem.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent and Easy
I bought this modem after having prior experience setting up a cable ethernet using a Toshiba model. This was a far simpler process, and I don't think it is just because I now have experience. The directions are easy to follow and the software that comes with the modem loaded without a hitch. And everything is included in the box -- including both USB and ethernet cables and little stickers with the modem serial number and MAC ID for easy reference. Overall, a fine product at a good price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Buggy Firmware! Upload Rate Caps To 1/3 Of Max Upload Rate!!
SB5100 has buggy firmware, especially for v1.1.1.1. There is not way to upgrade your firmware for this modem on your own. You have to get your ISP to "push" the new firmware. But ISP will refuse to do so on one on one basis.

So now, my upload speed is capped down to 1/3 of what the max upload rate should be. Go to Comcast forum in www.dslreports.com, and you will find that SB5100 has a lot of problems and a lot of people complain about it.

Don't buy it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... Read more


4. Motorola MD61 5.8 GHz Accessory Handset for MD600 Series Phones
list price: $99.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B0000CDEJU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 73
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for use with Motorola's MD600 series expandable cordless phones, the MD61 utilizes the less cluttered 5.8 GHz frequency and employs digital technology, offering clearer, more intelligible reception. An auto-scan features automatically detects the best channel available.

The MD61 has a number of useful features, including 50 phonebook locations, built-in speakerphone for hands-free operation, caller ID/call waiting capability, and three-way conferencing. The VibraCall setting silently alerts you to incoming calls. A redial button lets you easily call the last dialed number, while the intercom feature lets you communicate with other handsets on the same system. The hold button lets you pick up incoming calls utilizing call waiting, and a visual call waiting feature indicates a second incoming call.

The NiCd battery has an 8-hour battery life (5 days on standby), while the low-battery indicator lets you know when to return the handset to its base. A page button on the base makes finding a lost handset quick and painless, and the backlit keypad and handset LCD screen make operation easy, even in the dark. The MD61 also comes backed with a one-year warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Handset, remote charger stand, AC adapter, Ni-Cd battery pack, instructions ... Read more

Features

  • 5.8 GHz digital signal; built-in speakerphone
  • Works with your existing Motorola MD600 series phone system
  • Supports caller ID with call waiting
  • 50 speed-dial presets; intercom, 3-way conferencing
  • VibraCall alert; selectable ring tones

5. Motorola T7400R GMRS / FRS Rechargeable 7 Mile Two-Way Radio, 2 Pack, Yellow
list price: $139.99
our price: $95.99
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Asin: B0001YFW3K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1204
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Features

  • Communicate from a distance of up to 7 miles away
  • 22 channels to communicate from along with 99 codes per channel
  • Comes with rechargeable batteries and drop-in charger
  • QT noice filter to minimize interference
  • NOAA weather channels with a weather alert feature

6. Motorola T6500R GMRS / FRS Rechargeable Two-Way Radios, Khaki (2 Pack)
list price: $79.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0001YFW94
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 348
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Features

  • Communicate from a distance of up to 5 miles away
  • 22 channels to communicate from along with 99 codes per channel
  • Comes with rechargeable batteries and drop-in charger
  • QT noice filter to minimize interference
  • NOAA weather channels with a weather alert feature

7. Motorola MD761 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Phone with Answering Machine and Caller ID (Black/Silver)
list price: $99.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002ZZPAS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 622
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Motorola MD761 5.8 GHz digital cordless phone system offers versatile functionality that includes a digital answering system. Expandable to eight handsets (one included, additional model MD71 accessory handsets sold separately), the MD761 lets you place extensions throughout your home or office, but it requires only one phone jack. Additional features include visual call-waiting and voicemail-waiting indicators, caller ID with a 99-number memory capacity (shared; 50 in the handset, another 49 in the base), handset-to-handset intercom, room monitoring, three-way conferencing, speakerphone, even selectable ring tones.

The Motorola MD761 has an illuminated keypad for easy dialing and a four-line backlit LCD with helpful features such as time and date display and easy-to-navigate icons. Located in the phone's base, the integrated digital answering system offers voice memo recording, message forwarding, and remote message retrieval. The handset comes with a belt clip and is headset compatible (headset not included). The base is wall mountable for versatile placement. A convenient battery meter lets you monitor the handset's standard battery charge.

What's in the Box
MD761 (base and handset), NiCD battery pack, transformer, phone line cord, belt clip, wall mount, user's guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable to 8 handsets, 1 included
  • Digital answering system, accessible from base and handset
  • Visual call-waiting and voicemail-waiting indicator
  • Caller ID with 50-call memory; 50 shared phone book memory locations
  • Intercom, speakerphone, 3-way conferencing, custom ring tones

8. Motorola MD71 5.8 GHz Cordless Accessory Handset for MD700 Series Phones
list price: $59.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002ZZTFE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 648
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Amazon.com Product Description

Expand your Motorola MD 700 series cordless phone system (required, sold separately) with the addition of these MD71 accessory handsets. Each handset supports all the great features of your base system, whether it's caller ID, visual call-waiting and voicemail-waiting indicators, hands free and handset-to-handset intercom functions, room monitoring, three-way conferencing, speakerphone, even selectable ring tones. Consults your base station's documentation for full feature information.

Each MD71 accessory handset comes with it's own charging cradle, NiCD battery, belt clip, and complete instructions on how to add it to your base system. No additional phone jack is required; all you need is an electrical outlet.

What's in the Box
One MD71 (handset and charging cradle), NiCD battery pack, transformer, belt clip, instructions, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • For use with Motorola MD 700 series expandable cordless phones
  • 5.8 GHz digital signal; 4-line backlit LCD
  • Caller ID, visual call-waiting and voicemail-waiting indicators
  • Speakerphone, 3-way conferencing, custom ring tones
  • Hands-free and handset-to-handset intercom functions; belt clip

9. Motorola MD751 5.8 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Phone with Caller ID (Black/Silver)
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B0002ZZWKQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 967
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Amazon.com Product Description

Multi-member household seeks cordless phone with growth potential, good looks, and plenty of features. Sound like you? Consider the Motorola MD751 5.8 GHz digital cordless phone system.

Expandable by adding up to seven Motorola MD71 accessory handsets (sold separately) for a total of eight, the MD751 offers the features modern consumers want: visual call waiting and voicemail waiting indicator, Caller ID with a 50-number memory, hands-free handset-to-handset intercom and room monitoring, three-way conferencing, speakerphone, and selectable ring tones. What's more, the Motorola MD751 offers an easy-to-dial illuminated keypad and a backlit four-line LCD with helpful features, such as time and date display and easy-to-navigate icons.

A thoughtful battery meter lets you monitor the handset's standard battery (NiCD) charge, and a battery back-up (four AAA batteries, not included) ensures that you'll never completely run out of juice. The MD751 comes with a belt clip and is headset compatible (headset not included). It is also wall mountable for versatile placement anywhere in your home.

What's in the Box
MD751 (base and handset), NiCD battery pack, transformer, phone line cord, belt clip, wall mount, user's guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 5.8 GHz digital signal; expandable to 8 handsets, 1 included
  • Visual call-waiting and voicemail-waiting indicator
  • Caller ID with 50 memory locations; shared phone book memory
  • Hands-free intercom, handset-to-handset intercom, room monitoring
  • Speakerphone, 3-way conferencing, custom ring tones

10. Motorola MD41 2.4 GHz Accessory Handset for Motorola MD400 Series (Silver)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000AKMKY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 1226
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Supplemental handset for your existing MD400 series phone
  • 2.4 GHz digital signal
  • Caller ID with visual call waiting, 50 name-and-number directory
  • Handset speakerphone, 3-way conferencing
  • Headset compatible, intercom, walkie-talkie function

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars A good phone, but weak battery performance
We've had good luck with the sound quality and range on these phones, but the battery life is terrible (all three handsets have been this way since day one).

If the handset is off the charger for about 2 hours and then you have a call, chances are you'll start to get the annoying low-battery beeps within 10-20 minutes. Because of this, the handsets are generally kept on the chargers at all times, which sort of defeats the convenience of a cordless phone.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works just fine for us
I have been using this phone for a month now and have had no problems, definately an upgrade over a 900mhz system, and the price difference between the new 5.8 systems makes this an affordable system.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good Build Quality but Terrible Sound Quality
As I said in my review of the base system, Motorola has on paper a nice looking system with a lot of neat features; but in reality the sound quality is extremly poor to the point of being useless to me.

Also note: in my case the extra handset I bought would not read the "Shared" phone directory the that handsets that came with the system shared so there seems to be different revisions between these handsets and the ones coming with the base units.

After using these for the last 2 months, I can say this whole MD4XX system from Motorola is not recommended by me. I have now gotten rid of them and am much happier with their replacement (Motorola's new 5.8ghz system) ... Read more


11. Motorola MA351 2.4 GHz Analog Cordless Phone with Caller ID (Silver)
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B000069UZA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 2015
Average Customer Review: 2.77 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2.4 GHz analog operation
  • Caller ID with a visual call waiting indicator
  • 10 speed-dial locations; headset capable
  • 3-line backlit LCD, backlit keypad
  • 6 hours battery talk time, 6-day battery standby

Reviews (39)

2-0 out of 5 stars A cool-looking, but mediocre performer
Synopsis: Motorola really knows how to make an aesthetically pleasing phone with a long-lasting battery life. However, calls are laden with enough static to make me look for another phone. Here's what I've noticed: The Good: * Three ring tones (Soft Beeping, Soft Ringing, Loud Ringing) * Backlit display (Green) * Rubber siding (Adds to the coolness factor) * Red LED light on the top of the handset (Flashes for incoming calls, remains on for the duration of your call) * Four-level volume control * Good voice clarity on all four levels of volume when in the vicinity (i.e., same room) of the base * Great battery life The Bad: * Interference usually occurs when in another room, is intensified near operating appliances (i.e., computer monitor, microwave), and is more than expected on a 2.4 GHz phone * Ring tones have no volume control * Green backlight is dim The Unknown: * Ten Speed Dial Presets - have not tested this * Caller ID - do not have Caller ID service I have been shopping for cordless phones for a few months now. I stumbled upon this phone a few days ago and decided to try it out. It's been about 4 days now and the one thing that stands out about this phone is that it has similar levels of interference as my old Panasonic 900 MHz phone. Needless to say, I am returning it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Basic 2.4GHz Phone
After a lot of looking and many returned phones, I settled on this Motorola. It has all of the features most people need in a cordless, in a very compact and stylish form factor. It is also about the only normal looking phone on the market which discretely fits into your room, unlike all the wannabe Star Trek communcators out there...

Pros:
-Form factor: Small and unobtrusive
-Good range and very clear reception
-Effective and easy to use caller ID features
-Very handy volume buttons on the side of the handset with several settings
-Great battery life
-Price

Cons: (mostly minor annoyances)
-Display is small and sometimes hard to read (although it is backlit)
-Message waiting indicator on base (for voicemail) does not work
-Some interference with my WiFi base station (although only when they are very close)
-Hard to hold against your ear with your shoulder

1-0 out of 5 stars no good!
Purchased last Christmas(2003) ringer is very weak, worked okay for a few months, now every call has static, which I see is not fixed by a new battery by the other reviews. Its cool looking by not good working.

3-0 out of 5 stars skeptic
I purchased mine in May '04. So far no problems but the phone is rarely used. I was going upgrade to additional models but I think I will hold out and see how long this one lasts. I was skeptical purchasing a motorola model after working for a cellular company and motorola's answer to all phone problems was one of three things your carrier, physical damage or water damage. Like I said so far no problems, clear sound and battery lasting a good length of time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product
My phone is at least 1 year old now if not older. It was given to me as a present and a good one too! <br /> <br /> Since I got it I couldn't be happier. It is perfect as a home cordless phone or as an office phone, given that it has a very special mute button and has a place to plug in a headset. It is very durable too. It works great for me, no noise, no static. It is even ok with my DSL and wireless connections.<br /> <br /> I think buying a phone is a very personal thing, everyone has their own priorities, I recommend you giving this phone a try! Especially at the price that it sells for now (when mine was purchased, it was 2 times more expensive if not more). ... Read more


12. Motorola T5500R GMRS / FRS Rechargeable 5-Mile Two-Way Radio (2 Pack, Blue)
list price: $59.99
our price: $43.99
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Asin: B0001YFWCQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 291
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Features

  • Communicate from a distance of up to 5 miles away
  • 22 channels to communicate from along with 38 codes per channel
  • Comes with rechargeable batteries and drop-in charger
  • QT noice filter to minimize interference
  • Comes with removable belt clips to clip on anywhere

13. Motorola SURFboard® Wireless Cable Modem Gateway (SBG900)

our price: $150.99
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Asin: B0001MQSB2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 11032
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14. Motorola T5500AA GMRS / FRS 5-Mile Two-Way Radio (2 Pack, Red)
list price: $49.99
our price: $28.79
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Asin: B0001YFWJY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 201
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Features

  • Communicate from a distance of up to 5 miles away
  • 22 channels to communicate from along with 38 codes per channel
  • QT noice filter to minimize interference
  • 10 audible call tones with talk confirmation tone
  • Comes with removable belt clips to clip on anywhere

15. Home Monitoring & Control System Easy Start Kit
list price: $279.99
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Asin: B0006G3APA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 20089
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Features

  • Connects to your computer's UPB port
  • Wireless Camera - for indoor/or outdoor use
  • Supports up to three wired cameras, six wireless cameras and eight sensors.
  • Transmits data wirelessly to Base Station/Gateway
  • Allows for real-time viewing in,and around, the home

16. Motorola T5950 Rechargeable GMRS 2-Way Radios (Pair)
list price: $129.99
our price: $61.59
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Asin: B00009LI53
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 268
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This radio package includes NiCD rechargeable batteries and a dual portdesktop charger, allowing you out-of-the-box recharging capabilities. These are powerfulone watt GMRS 2-way radios allowing a range up to five miles. The radios are compactand light, perfect for outdoor activities. Along with the ninety-nine interferenceeliminator codes and twenty-two total channels, you also receive NOAA weatherchannels to help you keep up with changing weather conditions. Other features include:ten audible call alerts, VOX capability (even without additional accessories), talkconfirmation tone, transmit LED, a backlit LCD screen, QT noise filter, priority scan,manual advance and nuisance delete scan, VibraCall alert, and time out timer

What's in the Box
Two T5950 radios, NiCD rechargeable batteries, dual pocket desktop charger, swivel beltclips, user manual and a one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 22 Channels, 99 Codes
  • NOAA Weather Channels
  • Rechargeable ready with NiCd Batteries, transformer and Two-Pocket Desktop Charger
  • 10 AudibleCall Tones, VibracallAlert, Keypad Lock and Talk Confirmation Tones
  • Audible Low Battery Alert and Battery Meter

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Must have
These are terrific little units with awesome range.

I keep a pair in every car I have for trips to Costco, the Mall, Seaworld or wherever.

My only complaint if the NiCAD batteries. They do get a memory if you don't use them a lot. NiMHD would have been a better choice considering the way you'll likely use them. The batteries will lose their charge whe sitting unused so they are less available for last minute emergency use.

4-0 out of 5 stars Awsome
I am stationed in IRAQ and thees radios work great.

4-0 out of 5 stars GREAT TWO WAY SET UP
I SHOPPED AROUND FOR WALKY TALKIES AND FOR THE PRICE I PAID ON AMAZON THEY ARE WELL WORTH THE MONEY. WE USED THEM WHILE CAMPING AND THEY ARE A GREAT ITEM TO KEEP TRACK OF THE KIDS WHO WERE NEVER AT THE CAMP SITE UNTIL WE CALLED THEM ON THE RADIO. BEATS THE HECK OUTTA HAVING TO DRIVE UP TO WHERE THEY WERE TO TELLEM IT'S TIME TO EAT!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars Broken Belt Clip
The radios work great, but the belt clip is very fragil and broke on the first day we used it. ... Read more


17. Motorola MD451sys 2.4 GHz Digital Expandable Cordless Phone with Caller ID (Silver)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0006N3K8A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 9603
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Product Description

Wirelessly connect to any room in your house!

Digital cordless technology. Less interference. Exceptionally clear sound. Plus now you can easily put additonal handsets in any room of the house, even the garage...they simply plug into existing AC outlets!

And with the built-in intercom functionality, everyone is connected. Build up to a 4-phone system with 1 phone jack, and create the cordless system that works best for you!

  • Handset speakerphone. Gather everyone around and enjoy the conversation.
  • Long life battery. Rechargeable batteries provide up to 5 days standby time.
  • Caller ID with visual Call Waiting to decide whether or not to take that next call(requires subscription from phone service provider).
The accessory handset (MD41) features 12 selectable ring tones, speakerphone, hands-free intercom ... Read more

Features

  • 12 selectable ring tones; voicemail message-waiting indicator
  • 2.4 GHz digital signal; expandable to 4 model MD41 handsets, 1 included
  • Call waiting/caller ID ready, 50-name-and-number memory
  • Handset speakerphone, 3-way conferencing, walkie-talkie function
  • Desk or wall mountable, headset compatible, belt clip

18. Motorola T7400AA GMRS / FRS 7 Mile Two-Way Radio, 2 Pack, Blue
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B0001YFW5I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 2464
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Features

  • Communicate from a distance of up to 7 miles away
  • 22 channels to communicate from along with 99 codes per channel
  • QT noice filter to minimize interference
  • NOAA weather channels with a weather alert feature
  • Backlit display for easy viewing in dark places

19. Motorola MA550 5.8 GHz Cordless Phone with Caller ID

our price: $41.99
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Asin: B0002EYR1C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 2059
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Amazon.com Product Description

Motorola's MA550 cordless phone combines a 5.8 GHz analog signal with 40-channel auto-scanning for clear calls and reliable operation. Ready for caller ID with call waiting, the phone stores up to 40 names and numbers of incoming callers. Ten programmable speed dial locations provide quick access to your most frequently dialed numbers.

Basic call features are located in the MA550's handset, including last number redial, mute, and hold. A visual voicemail message-waiting indicator alerts you to new voicemail messages (requires phone company subscription). Additional features include a call timer, audible/visual low battery indicator, and a lighted handset keypad.

The MA550 is headset compatible (not included) and comes with a belt clip. It can be either desk or wall mounted, and provides a rubberized grip on the sides of both base and handset to help prevent slippage and improve durability.

What's in the Box
MA550 handset and base, phone line cord, AC power adapter, rechargeable battery pack, belt clip, user guide, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • 5.8 GHz analog signal
  • Caller ID with call waiting, 40-nam-and-number memory
  • 10 programmable speed dial locations
  • 3-line backlit LCD on handset with trilingual menu prompts
  • Rubberized side grips prevent slipping; 1-year warranty

20. Motorola High-Definition Off-Air Receiver (HDT101)

our price: $285.99
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Asin: B0001XK4SO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 14586
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Buy Earplugs Too
It works well as long as you don't mind the louder-than-a-computer fan that roars from this tiny box. And the interface completely blocks almost half the screen, so as you look to see if something is on...you can't see! About a third of that solid box blocking the screen is used to display the word Motorola. I'm returning it. ... Read more


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