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81. Toshiba FT8006BK 900MHz 40-Channel
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82. Panasonic KXTC1450 Cordless Speakerphone
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83. Panasonic KXTC1430W Cordless Phone
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84. VTech 9111 900MHz Analog Phone
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85. GE 26980GE1 900 MHz Cordless Bedroom
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86. Southwestern Bell FF905W 900 MHz
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87. Southwestern Bell FF677 White
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88. Toshiba FT8009 900MHz Cordless
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89. Toshiba FT8989BK Cordless Phone
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90. Southwestern Bell FF915, 900 MHz
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91. GE 2-9745 25-Channel Cordless
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92. Uniden EXI7926 900MHz 2 Line Cordless
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93. Command Communications Headset
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94. VTech 9108 900MHz Cordless Phone
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95. Southwestern Bell FF915 900 MHz
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96. VTech 9151 Red "Jelly Bean" Phone
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97. Panasonic KXTC1431 900 MHz Big
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98. AT&T 9355 900 MHz Analog Cordless
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99. Uniden EXP7901 900 MHz Analog
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100. Toshiba FT8259 900 MHz 2-Line

81. Toshiba FT8006BK 900MHz 40-Channel Analog Cordless Phone (Black)
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00000J3OU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
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Product Description

Reliability. Performance. Technology. Leadership. The Toshiba name means all this and more. Toshiba builds upon this heritage by delivering the industry's most innovative, high-quality solutions. ... Read more


82. Panasonic KXTC1450 Cordless Speakerphone
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00000JZL6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 37830
Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Panasonic KX-TC1450 is two phones in one--a 900 MHz cordless and a versatile speakerphone--each with a keypad, memory dialing, and a full menu of convenient call-management features. Plus, with Panasonic's Sound Charger technology, your cordless signal has an exceptionally clear quality.

With instant activation and powerful speaker/microphone, the KX-TC1450's speakerphone allows effortless, hands-free conversations. On the base, you'll find controls for the many features and settings, including call flash, hold, and redial; ringer volume; and memory dialing of up to five phone numbers. You can easily transfer calls to or from the base or handset, or use the base and handset as an intercom.

The lightweight handset has the same array of call-management commands as the base and a lighted keypad for easy dialing in low-light situations. The handset also features a belt clip and a built-in headset jack for even greater convenience. From the handset, you can memory dial up to 10 stored phone numbers.

When we tested the KX-TC1450 in our usual testing environment, the phone's performance was acceptable but not as favorable as many similar 900 MHz cordless phones. While the signal clarity was initially very good, the signal developed an echo and became significantly distorted when the handset was only about 40 feet from the base.

Panasonic's Ultra Charge technology allows an initial battery charge of four hours, less than one-third the initial charging time of most 900 MHz phones. When tested, the ni-cad battery successfully met Panasonic's rating of eight hours of talk time.

We think the KX-TC1450 delivers a useful variety of call-management features, and the speakerphone/intercom may be particularly useful in many homes or offices. However, this phone may prove insufficient if you want optimal 900 MHz cordless performance.

Pros:

  • Speakerphone with two-way intercom
  • Superior signal clarity
  • Lightweight handset with lighted dialing keypad

Cons:

  • Limited cordless range as tested
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation, Sound Charger Plus noise filter
  • Base speakerphone
  • 2-way paging/intercom and handset locator
  • Up to 21 days standby battery life, 8 hours talk time
  • Lighted handset keypad

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Depends on your luck.
The first time I bought it the phone works terrible. The person who receive my call could barely hear me. I return the phone and got a new one as replacement, and it works great. The sound quality is very good and I always like the handy sleek design of Panasonic phones. It has headset plus, which is really useful for me when I chat with my wife living in another city. I like this cordless phone among all the phones I had ever used.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE!
We got this phone as a wedding gift not more that six months ago. After about three months, it began malfunctioning. Sometimes, when the phone rang and you tried to answer it, it would not answer. It would also not charge when you put it back on the base, so the battery would go dead and there was nothing we could do. We tried to contact Panasonic to have it fixed, but we kept getting the customer no-service run around and finally gave up. I recently accidentally dropped the phone off the kitchen counter, and the antenna broke-so it's not too durable either. I came to Amazon.com and purchased the VTech VT 1920c digital cordless phone with caller ID - strangly...the same price as this phone.

2-0 out of 5 stars A Good Phone If Your Deaf
I brought this phone twice, thinking that the first one was defective.It had a very loud destortion level that seemed to increase with the length of time one stayed on the phone. The speakerphone worked great, the handset was comfortable, its just to bad i couldn't understand anyone I was talking to with the handset. Look somewhere else.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding
The features on this phone are great. I live in a large home and reception was an important issue for me. I have excellent reception in the house and in the backyard. The lighted keypad is also great at night. I have faith in panasonic (vcrs, tvs, camcorders, phones, radios); they have all been very good products.

2-0 out of 5 stars Panasonic fails
I have purchased this phone twice now. Panasonic usually makes quality products, but both phones were duds! The antenna bends and therefore the clarity isn't so great. ... Read more


83. Panasonic KXTC1430W Cordless Phone with Large Buttons
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00000K1NU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 59851
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation for clear sound and enhanced range
  • Big keypad buttons for maximum visibility and error-free dialing
  • Lighted handset keypad
  • Ultra Charge 4-hour battery charging system
  • 3-level handset volume control

84. VTech 9111 900MHz Analog Phone (Blue)
list price: $36.81
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Asin: B00000JYWP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VTech
Sales Rank: 25654
Average Customer Review: 3.84 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Add a burst of color to your desk with this translucent blue cordless phone from VTech. You can see the electronic components through the plastic case, and bright red LEDs flash when the phone rings and when you return the handset to the base. In addition to its fun exterior, this phone has some serious features--its 900 MHz frequency offers improved range and clarity over older phones operating on lower frequency bands.

To set up the phone, we inserted the battery pack, plugged in the AC power, and connected the RJ-11 telephone line cord. We recommend that you charge the battery overnight before using the phone for the first time.

In our tests of the VT02-9111, we placed the base unit in a typical area, where walls, floors, and obstructions might interfere with signal quality. We made a variety of local and long-distance calls; its connection sounded almost as good as a corded phone's, with only occasional, minor static. We could hear the onset of fuzzy reception when we held the handset about 50 feet from the base. Interference became intrusive at about 100 feet, but the handset continued to function until about 530 feet, where it lost contact with the base. The battery is rated to last for seven hours of talk time, but in our test, the phone started beeping (indicating a low battery) after only one hour.

Within a reasonable proximity to the base, the VTech sounds clear, but the real draw of this phone is its bold fashion statement.

Pros:

  • Attractive, fun style
  • 900 MHz operation for better sound and range

Cons:

  • Short battery life
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation with digital security codes
  • Fun see-through blue color
  • 10-number speed-dial memory
  • Page/handset locator
  • Volume control

Reviews (19)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great look, good quality phone
If you love the look of the new iMacs, you'll love this phone. I'm not
much into fads and I'm sure in 10 yrs we'll all be laughing about the
Y2K obsession with clear colored plastic goodies, but for now, I'm
enjoying it.

Vtech has taken advantage of the translucent plastic by
having the base light up w/ LEDs underneath the plastic when the phone
is placed back on the base.

The only reason I've given this phone 4
stars is because it lacks a flash button for call-waiting. The volume
control on the handset is also handy.

I saw one review that
commented that the battery life is low, but I've been using this phone
for over a year w/o problems, and considering it's the only phone I
use most of the time, that's pretty good... sounds like this person
got a dud or something.

The phone has decent range... the base is
located in a bedroom to the front of my house, but I'm able to walk in
my backyard and play w/ my dogs w/o degredation of signal.

The
on-receiver channel button is convenient when a neighbor happens to be
on the same signal or if there's other interference. The only thing
I'd change is the addition of a flash button and perhaps an advanced
phone that includes support for 2 phone lines on the same phone.
Since I have a two-line jack, I just use a 2-line splitter so I can
hook my modem up to line two and this Vtech phone to line one.
s@

4-0 out of 5 stars Good phone, good price
I had an aging Sony cordless and picked this phone up from Amazon. The price ($30) for a 900mhz phone is excellent. The handset fits well in my hand and between my neck and shoulder if I need to use both of my hands for a moment. The buttons are large and easy to push. Sound quality is good and I haven't experienced any cross-talk interference at all (we have 2 other 900mhz phones in the house.) The blue color is fun and matches my iMac. My only critique would be that the phone doesn't have a headset jack, but at $30, who's complaining?

5-0 out of 5 stars great phone
I have always been pleased with the used products from Amazon. This product was no different. We ordered the VTech phone on Sunday and recieved it 6 days later. The phone was in perfect condition and I was extrememly pleased with the service provided to me. I would definitly order from this person again.

2-0 out of 5 stars What's with the "wind"????
First I had the blue one, then, thinking color would matter, got the dark green (but it is identical other than color). With BOTH of these, I had the phone for 6 months or so, and then, starting 5 minutes into a call, what can only be described as "wind" would start in the background (both I and the other person i was talking to could hear it). It would get louder and louder until you could not hear the person and it sounded like they were in a blizzard. This thing was on the charger whenever I wasn't on it (ie: all day when I was at school/work, and all night), so I don't get it. I bought a new battery, and it didn't make a difference. When it happened with the 2nd one i got (which was in a different city, so I know it wasn't my phone line), I'd had enough. All it is good for is a "ringer" that I could answer and run with it to my other bedroom phone. I can't explain it, but I'm not buying another one!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Be cautious
I bought this phone in late july and 2 weeks later the batery died while I was using it I put in the charger and the phone would not charge or stop beeping I finally threw it away because it was surely broken. ... Read more


85. GE 26980GE1 900 MHz Cordless Bedroom Phone
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00004NS1S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
Sales Rank: 58759
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The GE 26980ge1 900-MHz cordless BedroomPhone with AM/FM clock radio is perfect for two people who don't necessarily want to wake up at the same time. It has a dual-wake alarm that lets you set two different times and choose either the buzzer or radio. It also includes a cordless phone in a single, neat package.

In our tests, the clock radio was easy to set up. It has digital tuning and can be preset to store six of your favorite stations. A sleep feature lets you set the radio to turn off automatically up to 60 minutes after a preset time, and the "nite light" feature lets you set the alarm or change radio stations in the dark.

The cordless phone also includes an array of useful features. The Flash button opens a new line when you finish a call or if you need to use call waiting. Pressing the mute button on the handset places callers on hold and mutes the line while they're waiting for your return, and there's a page/find function to locate the handset if it's misplaced.

The phone can store 10 telephone numbers up to 16 digits long, making the memory feature perfect for both local and long-distance dialing. All things considered, the BedroomPhone with AM/FM clock radio is a fine, compact solution to your nightstand clutter. --Megan Dugan

Pros:

  • Stores up to 10 frequently dialed numbers
  • Large and easy-to-locate snooze button

Cons:

  • Many small buttons on the clock radio can be confusing in low light
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Features

  • Circuitry helps eliminate static and interference
  • 900 MHz analog transmission
  • Dual-wake alarm clock with radio or alarm
  • Secure voice-scrambling conversation protector
  • 3 radio-station presets

Reviews (14)

1-0 out of 5 stars This phone has got a problem!!
I just have to say that exactly the same thing happened to me. After 12 months the phone just stopped working where I could here the person on the other line but they couldn't hear me. Thank goodness Frontgate gave me my money back.

3-0 out of 5 stars Wish it still worked!!!
I bought this clock-radio-caller-id phone about two years ago.Found it at Costco....It's worked fine until a couple of weeks ago.Seems it's exhibiting the same problem that others have noted, mine just took a little longer getting there.I can dial and hear others just fine, but the person I'm calling cannot hear me.I liked the phone so much (before it broke, of course) that I decided to replace it with an identical one.The only place I could find it is at Frontgate.com.... Then after reading the reviews listed here, I've decided to pass on an exact replacement.Perhaps I'll find something with a more dependable history, even if I don't like it as much.Bummer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Why not just call it what it is... an expensive alarm clock!
Have purchased 2 of this particular item. The 2nd one only because I thought the 1st one must have just been defective - a fluke. Seems that they ALL have the same problem. Radio and alarms work fine... phone doesn't work at all. Have researched and spoken with others having the SAME problems with the same unit. GE customer service doesn't seem to care. Their only response was to direct me to authorized repair centers. Guess there's a good reason why they discontinued it!
Save your money!...

1-0 out of 5 stars Why not just call it an expensive alarm clock?????
Have purchased 2 of this particular item.The 2nd one only because I thought the 1st one must have just been defective - a fluke.Seems that they ALL have the same problem.Radio and alarms work fine... phone doesn't work at all.Have researched and spoken with others having the SAME problems with the same unit. The manufacturer's only response was to direct me to authorized repair centers. Guess there's a good reason why they discontinued it!

Save your money!If you want an alarm clock, you can get a

4-0 out of 5 stars Canadian Product or 2002 Product Difference??
I'm surprised how well this space saving decorative product works given the other reviews!
Telephone key dialing on this extremely light hand set is crisp, easy and accurate.No reading glasses needed for dialing.Volume/clarity in and out is good.
One must keep the phone line disconnected for at least 12 hours while the first battery charge occurs, following that procedure worked perfectly while not following it srews it up.
The red 'battery charging/in use' L.E.D. is really an 'on' indicator which stays on while the handset is in the cradle.
The other 'low battery' L.E.D. is for the 9volt clock back up battery, which of course will not go out if you do not install the 9v battery.
I am impressed with the range and clarity of the telephone having used it on the opposite end of a large two bedroom apartment with no difference in quality and have yet to experience static.
What stations I can pick up (never good without cable) in my bedroom come thru clear with adequate sound for a small speaker, but one of the drawbacks of this unit along with only one ringer level, is that it does not pick up many stations.

Some un-documented features were a nice discovery:
The volume level of the alarm can be set by turning the radio on and setting the digital volume for the alarm there then setting the alarm.I find vol level of 5 or 6 out of a max 16 more than ample to wake me up with the alarm while 10 causes a gestault type of levitation.When using the radio, the volume must be adjusted higher.
The flashing features of both the night light and red 'in use' L.E.D. feature when the phone rings is handy when you don't want the ringer on while someone else is sleeping while you are reading in bed etc.
The handset pager is amply loud!
The clock has a large well lit face angled to be seen from anywhere in a large bedroom and so far keeps perfect time.
I guess G.E. listened to those other reviews!! ... Read more


86. Southwestern Bell FF905W 900 MHz Cordless Telephone
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00000J1PN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SOUTHWESTERN BELL
Sales Rank: 23932
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Part of the Freedom Phone line of products, Southwestern Bell's FF905 telephone offers cordless convenience and, with the 900-MHz frequency band, provides improved range and clarity over many older cordless phones. Simple, sturdy, and uncluttered, the FF905 uses established analog technology and a well-chosen feature set that's easy to set up, learn, and use. The included instruction sheet reviews the seven buttons and two switches (in addition to the usual 0 through 9, #, and *) that operate the handset.

In our test of the FF905, we obtained a good, low-distortion signal within reasonably close range of the base (about 50 feet), with sound as good as some corded phones. Beyond that distance, the signal began to fade, introducing expected noise and static in proportion to distance. At about 500 feet, the handset lost contact with the base. The performance in range was normal for this class of phone. Oddly, the base did not automatically disconnect when the handset went out of range, so our phone line stayed "off the hook" until we returned the handset to the base several hours later.

Many cordless phones offer a wealth of features that most people never use. The FF905 includes the important ones: 900-MHz cordless operation, memory dialing, and a page function to help you locate the handset. With its straightforward design and high-quality construction, the FF905 represents solid value.

Pros:

  • Simple operation
  • Good value

Cons:

  • Ultilitarian appearance
  • Harsh ringing sound
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Features

  • 40-channel auto scan
  • 10-number memory
  • Extended battery life
  • Page/handset locator
  • Desk/wall mountable

Reviews (6)

2-0 out of 5 stars Go with digital
There is a lot of static with this phone and the charge doesn't hold. Sometimes the conversations sound like your talking from inside a tunnel. We're going to switch to digital. I wish I had noticed this was an analog phone when I bought it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ok, but won't hold a charge
This phone works fine but it will not hold a charge. We leave it on the base overnight. But if we use it for any amount of time, after about 20 minutes, it starts beeping which means the battery is low.

1-0 out of 5 stars Phone failed after less than two months
This is a piece of garbage. The phone won't hold a charge for more than one call. I've had it for less than two months. Don't waste your money on these jerks.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great phone but picks up a bit too much ambient noise
I live near a major highway and when the window is open, the phone picks up a lot of the highway noise. Other than that It's a great phone.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, handy, easy to install & use, but no headset jack
The phone is a good, handy cordless phone that serves the basic functions needed in a telephone. Sound quality is good, range is excellent, ringing is fine. The cord for plugging in the voltage adaptar could be longer--may be a problem if you don't have an electric outlet nearby.

Moreover, the headset is listed as an accessory for this phone, but I have not yet found a headset jack on the handset or the base where I could plug in the headset that I purchased with the phone as a birthday gift. ... Read more


87. Southwestern Bell FF677 White Autoscan Cordless Phone
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00000J1PP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SOUTHWESTERN BELL
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88. Toshiba FT8009 900MHz Cordless Phone
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00001X5C9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 49541
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Amazon.com Product Description

Toshiba presents the FT8009, an economical 900 MHz analog cordless telephone. With its Compandor noise reduction system, this phone delivers sound quality that rivals wired models. By compressing, then decompressing signals between the handset and base, it squeezes out static and noise for remarkably crystal-clear sound. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation, 40-channel auto scanning
  • Compandor noise reduction
  • 7-day standby battery life
  • Handset locator/page function
  • 12 one-touch speed-dialing memories

89. Toshiba FT8989BK Cordless Phone
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00004TZDG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 44126
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Simplify your home answering system with the Toshiba FT8989 cordless phone. It combines a digital answering system and caller ID with call waiting, all in one easy-to-operate unit.

The digital answering system and speakerphone functions are located on the base. The handset features a three-line backlit LCD for caller ID services. To use the LCD, we pressed the function button to access the menu. We used the arrow keys to scroll through the options and then pressed the Select button to choose a function. We found the keypad intuitive and the LCD easy to read. A separate button allows you to see the total number of calls stored in the caller ID log. You can store up to 50 names and numbers.

To use the answering machine, we first set the clock by pressing the clock button and using up or down arrow keys to select the correct day and time. The answering buttons have an intuitive layout and a digital number window so you can easily see at a glance how many calls you have. All of the basic functions can be accessed remotely. Several additional functions are also available on the base, such as setting the maximum recording time for incoming messages. You can limit the message to one or four minutes, or set the switch to announce-only if don't want to let callers leave messages. You can also record a conversation for up to 15 minutes by pressing the two-way record button.

You can store up to 10 numbers in memory. To call a saved number, press the memory button and scroll through the LCD menu to find the number. Or, for two-touch dialing, just press memory and the assigned speed dial number.

Before testing the Toshiba FT8989, we charged it for the recommended 12 hours. In our tests, we were able to take the phone 200 feet from the base before detecting static interference. At 700 feet it became difficult to hear over the static. We did notice a slight background humming even at close range, but it wasn't enough to be distracting. We were able to take the phone behind walls and near other electronic equipment with minimal interference. --Emily Bakko

Pros:

  • Easy-to-read backlit LCD for caller ID services
  • Intuitive digital answering functions
Cons:
  • Slight background humming
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • 15-minute digital answering machine
  • Caller ID and call waiting ID
  • 50-name-and-number caller ID memory
  • Speakerphone included on base

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Everything that glitters isn't gold
The phone has a nice design. The digital answering machine also has a few good feature. My overall disappointment came from the sqeaking/humming sound that I experienced less than 2 feet form the base. I tried changing the channel numerous times but that didn't work. However I walled about 50 feet down the hall outside my apartment and remarkably the sound was clear. The times when the phone wasn`t full of static the sound quality was very good for a analog 900 mhz cordless phone ... Read more


90. Southwestern Bell FF915, 900 MHz Call ID, White
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00000J1PF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SOUTHWESTERN BELL
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91. GE 2-9745 25-Channel Cordless Phone with Answering Machine
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00001O39W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
Sales Rank: 34715
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Amazon.com Product Description

The GE 2-9745 is a cordless phone and answering machine in one package. Its crystal clear sound technology improves sound quality and reduces static. The phone also features auto disconnect, power failure protection, an LED message counter, and a flexible antenna. ... Read more

Features

  • Cordless analog operation with 25-channel auto scan
  • Crystal Clear sound technology
  • Call screening
  • Voice message counter time/day message stamp
  • 10-number memory dialing

92. Uniden EXI7926 900MHz 2 Line Cordless Telephone with Caller ID
list price: $84.99
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Asin: B00000K3XT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Uniden
Sales Rank: 22864
Average Customer Review: 2.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

In a busy home or office, consider a two-line phone like the Uniden EXI7926 cordless, with call waiting and caller ID. With the large LCD you can see whose calling on the other line and decide whether to interrupt your work. Special features include speakerphone, intercom, page, an 80-number caller ID, and a 40-number speed-dial storage. The powerful 900 MHz analog operation provides clearer reception and longer range than do older cordless phones operating on a lower frequency band.

A programmable memory stores 40 speed-dial numbers, handling 32 digits for one-touch connections. Caller ID remembers the last 50 incoming calls, displaying the name, number, date, and time of each call. Incoming calls are stored in memory, accessible via a three-line display. The Uniden EXI7926 also provides a speakerphone and four-way conferencing and is ideal for unrestricted movement when placing and answering calls, especially since the phone is headset compatible.

Additional features include dual dialing, adjustable volume control, intercom, and paging to recover the misplaced handset. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog transmission
  • 2-line operation; speakerphone with dual keypads
  • Caller ID/call waiting with 80-number caller-ID memory
  • 40-number memory dialing
  • Allows for option headset for hands-free communication

Reviews (14)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone
I have tried many brands of two line phones including At&t, & Lucent. All of them had poor reception and didn't last very long before the electronics began to malfunction. This phone was quick and easy to set up and offers great range and clarity. Most of all I like the two line caller id function. This is a must buy if you need a cordless two line phone with all the bells & whistles. I didn't give it a 5 star rating because you can not turn of the handset ringer.

1-0 out of 5 stars piece of junk
This phone is so terrible I would not take one for free if it was offered to me. Uniden should be ashamed of this product. If I could rate this less than one star I would.

2-0 out of 5 stars Make sure you know what you're buying!
I have an older model Uniden phone that looks very much like the 7926 I just bought for a 2nd home office phone. I immediately noticed that the sound quality in the 7926 earphone (and with a hands-free headset plugged in) was very much inferior to the older unit. The 7926 has a distinct "hiss" around each word spoken--kind of a "white noise" in the background that starts and stops with each word spoken or heard. For me, this hiss gets more irritating as the volume increases. Also the range to the base is far less than the older model. I just checked the model numbers and features and found that the older phone is a Uniden exs9660 and has digital spread spectrum (900 Mhz). The new phone is of course, the exi7926, which does not have spread spectrum, and is, I assume, analog. Wow, what a difference. No "word-hiss" at all in the older phone--I'm assuming this is due to the DSS technology--and much greater range. If this is because of the DSS, I gotta return the 7926 and get something with DSS. More expensive, but worth it for me. Hope this helps someone else who is shopping (I don't think the exs9660 is still available, but am checking).

1-0 out of 5 stars No way to turn off ringer!
Don't buy this phone if you have teenagers using line 2!

This phone has a ringer on the base unit and one in the hand set. You can only turn off ringer on base unit. Handset toggles from low to high volume, presumably so you can always locate the handset. Some clever programming by Uniden could have fixed that feature. Unacceptable in 2001...

4-0 out of 5 stars Enjoying the phones
I had ordered one for my husband a year ago because it had all the features he wanted. When I was in need of a new phone I read the reviews which were no longer favorable, but didn't have a problem with the phone set up and hanging up on people or the static when you are in close range of the base. Since I have ordered a second one for my home office - I have noticed static problems when I get to far from the base - but I know it's not a 900mhz phone and I didn't pay for that. The phone works great in my office and that's where I leave it - but I can walk around the upstairs of my home with it - no problems. ... Read more


93. Command Communications Headset For Cellular/Digital and Cordless 2.5MM Plug
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00004Z66S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Command Communications
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94. VTech 9108 900MHz Cordless Phone
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B00004NS1W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VTech
Sales Rank: 30742
Average Customer Review: 2.57 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The VTech 9108 900 MHz Cordless Telephone offers the simplicity and all the conveniences of a cordless phone plus a speed-dial memory that's programmable for up to 10 numbers. VTech incorporated the essential features for a busy home or small business, including speed dial for quick connections and automatic selection from among 30 channels for the best possible signal and reception.

The 30-channel autoscan monitors multiple channels automatically, selecting the best channel to ensure clarity in your conversation. The 900 MHz analog operation offers a superior signal compared to older models operating on a lower frequency, and allows you the liberty to multitask from further afield. The ringer is programmable as well. Designed with power-saving circuitry to lengthen the time between recharges, the VTech 9108 comes with a rechargeable VSB battery and a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • 30 channels
  • 10-number speed dial
  • Programmable ringer type
  • Power-saving circuitry for extended use

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good phone considering the price, but the battery isn't good
For the price, the phone is an excellent bargain. But the battery discharges too fast. Since since I got it really cheap using a coupon from UnderTag.com, I can't really complain.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good sound, battery died prematurely; battery no longer made
I bought this phone for Christmas of 2000; it gave a good performance until very recently. Sound was good on it, no echo, no static. However, exactly six months after purchase, the battery died and I've been informed that the battery is no longer made. There is no reason that the battery should have died this early, as we always kept the handset on the charge cradle. I'm glad this phone didn't cost much or I would be pretty mad about the 6-month life.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone for the Price
I wasn't expecting much when I bought this phone since price was my main consideration. But I have been pleasently surprised. The phone is sleek, clear sound, has a good range, and holds a nice charge. The volume settings are perfect. The Loudest setting actually is LOUD! When I go outside while on the phone, I have yet to hear static. Great phone for the price! I'd buy one again.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing product
I purchased the VTech 9108 primarily for its affordability, easy to use features, its sleek styling, and its light weight. Unfortunately, after about a month of use in a single person household (i.e. I don't have kids and I never dropped it!), static during calls increased, along with odd clicking sounds. Progressively, the phone has worsened so that the channel changer does not have any effect. I overhear other people's calls frequently, and the static increases so significantly after about 7 minutes of talk time (something in the phone wiring must be heating up after a certain amount of use), I can't even hear the other person. The warranty which requires one to send the product back insured, followed by weeks of waiting for the company to decide whether to fix the phone or send you a new one isn't really worth the effort and the fact that one has to get a new phone anyhow during the wait. Very disappointing phone.

1-0 out of 5 stars USELESS
I bought this phone and it does not work after 2 months. Nothing was spilled in it and it wasnt dropped. None of the buttons work and I will never buy a vtec phone ever again. I will also inform others as well about its defects. I don't even have enough money now to replace it. Thank you for nothing.

Cory Malatesta ... Read more


95. Southwestern Bell FF915 900 MHz Call ID (Black)
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00000J1PH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SOUTHWESTERN BELL
Sales Rank: 36919
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Southwestern Bell FF915 cordless Freedom Phone combines 900 MHz analog technology with 40-channel autoscan, resulting in a clearer signal and greater mobility than cordless phones that use older, lower-frequency technology. Plus, it's easy to use, as the compact handset fits comfortably in your hand and operates all the key functions.

The phone's memory dialing can store up to 20 phone numbers, each with up to 16 digits. If you misplace the handset, just press the page button on the base, and the handset will ring. The phone also features one-touch redial and a flash function that opens a clear line, activates your Call Waiting, or permits three-way calling.

The FF915 features security protections to help preserve your privacy. The AutoSecurer feature electronically locks your phone when it's in the base. The phone also randomly selects one of 65,000 security codes to help reduce the chance of your call being overheard by a phone on another line, or of your phone line being usurped by another cordless phone.

A Caller ID display in the phone's base stores a log containing up to 99 calls, along with the phone number, name, date, and time of each call. You can redial numbers stored in the Caller ID log by pressing a couple of buttons, which makes returning your important calls nearly effortless. The FF915B also features three-language operation, so you can view Caller ID data in English, French, or Spanish. (Caller ID and Call Waiting are special services that you must purchase from your local telephone company.) The battery can be charged when the phone faces either up or down in the base.

This phone offers excellent sound quality and is easy to program. Its 900 MHz technology provides enhanced clarity, so your conversations will be static-free up to about 70 feet from the base. --Megan Dugan ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • Caller ID with 99-number call history
  • AutoSecurer and 65,000 security codes
  • 20-number memory dialing
  • Flash and redial functions

96. VTech 9151 Red "Jelly Bean" Phone with Digital Answering Machine
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00001TQ3Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VTech
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • Digital answering system with 3 mailboxes
  • Voice-guided menus for operation and setup
  • 10-number speed-dial memory
  • Page/handset locator and spare battery charger

97. Panasonic KXTC1431 900 MHz Big Button Cordless Phone (White)
list price: $69.95
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Asin: B00004TZH3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 98175
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Product Description

Panasonic's vision of the digital future is driven by the needs and aspirations of its business customers and millions of consumers around the world who use Panasonic products every day. Panasonic shares their dream to live a fuller life by providing ways of working smarter and enjoying the rewards of technological advances.Panasonic KX-TC1431 offers ultra-long range and better clarity over traditional 43-49MHz cordless phones. Panasonic's Auto Scanning system automatically selects a clear channel before the user removes the handset from the base, while the phone's proprietary Sound Charger technology helps maintain the clarity of the signal as it travels between the telephone's base and handset. Panasonic KX-TC1431 is always ready when needed, thanks to long-life batteries and power conserving circuitry. ... Read more

Features

  • Ultra Charge system charges battery in just 4 hours
  • Spare battery charger in base
  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • Big dialing buttons
  • Lighted keypad

98. AT&T 9355 900 MHz Analog Cordless Phone with Talking Caller ID and Digital Answering Machine
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B00004K78G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 23269
Average Customer Review: 1.97 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The AT&T 9355 900 MHz Analog Cordless Phone with caller ID and digital answering machine features 900 MHz analog transmission for improved performance. It includes a fully integrated digital answering system with time/day stamp, 12 minutes of digital record capacity, and two voice mailboxes.It also offers caller ID and call waiting capability on the handset with a history of up to 99 names and numbers.Talking caller ID allows you to record personalized announcements that are played each time you receive a call from the number specified.The speed-dial memory stores 10 phone numbers.

Other features of the AT&T 9355 are a speakerphone at the base and a 2.5-millimeter headset jack, both of which enable you to make and receive calls without using the handset (headset sold separately). You can quick-charge the handset battery in as little as six hours, and the battery provides more than 10 hours of talk time when fully charged. The AT&T 9355 comes with one ni-cad battery pack as well as two line cords, a belt clip, handset, base, and user's manual. This phone also features a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog transmission for improved performance
  • Talking caller ID and call waiting on the handset
  • Integrated digital answering system with 12-minute recording and time/day stamp
  • Speakerphone at base for hands-free calls
  • More than 10 hours of talk time on a fully charged battery

Reviews (31)

4-0 out of 5 stars May someone help me
I bought this product last month without operation manual,
you can give me a hand.

thanks.

pmpchina@vip.sina.com

4-0 out of 5 stars Great cordless phone
This phone has more extras than the average. I really like the talking caller ID, 2 message boxes and the speaker facility.

5-0 out of 5 stars Well, I don't know what all the fuss is about
'cause, I've had excellent service with this telephone. I purchased the unit over three years ago at Sears for $99. The voice is clear, the messages are clear, the range is good, callers hear me the instanst I answer the phone, and it has been very durable. I have a (now) 4 year old, so this phone has been dropped NUMEROUS times on hardwood floors, and has even fallen off the base a couple of times, which is 5 feet off the floor. (And yes, my wife and I have dropped it a few times, as well)

With all that abuse, it is beginning to show problems after 3 years. Thinking seriously about keeping the answering system (base), retiring the handset, and buying a new cordless without an answering syetm.

This unit has been discontinued. You see it is listed for half of retail.Maybe I was lucky, maybe I wasn't, but I must say this phone has been a very good one.

1-0 out of 5 stars randomly doesn't record messages
My mom has this phone and I'm shopping for one to replace it. She paid a lot for the AT & T name, but never again. The answerer randomly does not record messages (!) Also, when she answers the phone, the caller cannot hear her until about a 10 second delay (see how many times you can say "Hello?" in 10 seconds). I would have given it a negative rating if available.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good and Bad
Here's the scoop on this phone: It's insanely nifty with features but not very durable.

The talking caller ID is a great help for anyone who likes to know who is calling. Up to 10 of your buddies can be stored in there, and you don't have to get up to check who is calling. It announces them individually, nice and loud.

The answering machine has 2 mail boxes, and options for having different messages for them. Also useful. Overall, there are lots of bells and whistles on this bugger that make it very cool.

On the downside, it is one fragile little phone. Don't bother with the wall mount, it's slippery and as one drop on the floor will result in some rather nasty damage, unwise. Their tech support is rather rude in helping you put humpty dumpty back together again. Mine lasted only one year and now I am back having to find a new phone. What happened? I have no clue, but eventually the earpiece on the handset died, so you can't hear anything on the phone.

The speakerphone was never very strong. There is a lot of static no matter what channel you are on. Sometimes the different voice options exchange themselves. (telling you frank is calling when bob is on the phone or telling you that you have 5 new messages when a ID blocked caller is calling)

I enjoyed it a great deal for the year I Had it. However, I would like for my next phone to last longer. ... Read more


99. Uniden EXP7901 900 MHz Analog Cordless Telephone
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00000JBQJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Uniden
Sales Rank: 26783
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Uniden EXP7901 900 MHz analog cordless phone features a 40-channel autoscan, which automatically selects the best channel to ensure clear conversations. Another feature, UltraClear Plus, uses the latest noise-reduction technology to eliminate background noise for clearer reception. The long-life battery ensures up to seven hours of talk time.

The Uniden EXP7901 stores numbers up to 32 digits long, which means redialing complex numbers such as long distance and international calls as well as calling card codes is quick and simple. Other features of the Uniden EXP7901 include AutoTalk, which allows you to answer a call by just removing the handset from the base, and AutoStandby, which allows you to hang up simply by returning the handset to the base.

Additional convenience features include three one-touch priority keys, flash, volume controls for both the handset receiver and the ringer, 10-number speed-dial memory, a page/handset locator, and a low-battery alert. The Uniden EXP7901 includes the black handset and base, a rechargeable battery, AC adapter, telephone cord, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation with 40-channel autoscan
  • UltraClear Plus noise reduction for clearer sound
  • 10-number memory dialing, 7 hours of talk time
  • Flash, redial, and 3 1-touch priority keys
  • 60 mintues of free long distance from Uniden; call 1-888-447-9709 for details

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars This is okay, but not great
This is a phone of good quality, but I'd recommend buying a better phone if it will be your primary phone. We use it very little as it's just not quite as good as our other phones.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good phone for the price.
The Uniden EXP 7901 has the basics you want in a cordless phone such as clear reception and a long battery life, but it is nothing special. The best 'extra' features are the three ring choices and volume control, the handset locator and the low battery warning. The major drawbacks of this phone are an echo of your voice when talking, the weight of the handset (fatigue becomes a factor over long calls) and the ring volume doesn't go loud enough to be heard if there is a lot of background noise such as TV or stereo. The Uniden EXP 7901 is good to have as a spare, but I don't recommend it as your primary phone.

4-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLANT PHONE AT A LOW PRICE
THIS PHONE IS GREAT IT HAS NO ENTERFERANCE AND YOU CAN HEAR THE PERSON THAT YOU ARE TALKING TO PURFECTLY CLEAR . I WOULD TELL ANY ONE WHO ASKED ME THAT THIS IS A GREAT PHONE.

3-0 out of 5 stars Uniden EXP 7901
This cordless phone allows conversations to be heard extremely clear. There is no static heard even when using the flash button to answer call-waiting.

However, the "flash" and "talk" button features are inconvenient; when the phone is held to your ear using the side of your face and your shoulder to hold it to your ear, the "flash" button can easily disconnect your party. In addition to that, if you move your face slightly, then the "talk" button will also disconnect your party.

Whenever the handset is lifted from the cradle while the phone is ringing, then you have answered the phone without pressing a button. This feature can be a nuisance at times.

This phone does not have a button to turn the ringer off. The volume of the handset can only be adjusted slightly. If your caller talks loud, then there is no way to keep this person from shouting in your ear.

Overall, this phone offers clarity and that is it. It lacks several other important features. ... Read more


100. Toshiba FT8259 900 MHz 2-Line Cordless Phone (Black)
list price: $89.88
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Asin: B00001X5CA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 35132
Average Customer Review: 3.12 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Toshiba FT8259 two-line cordless phone helps organize your busyfamily or home office. It combines two lines and three- or four-way conferencecalling in one easy-to-operate unit.

Before testing the Toshiba FT8259BK, wecharged it for the recommended 12 hours. A quick guide is included forconvenient reference to basic phone operations. Because of its dual keypad, oneon the handset and one on the base, this phone can be used at the same time onseparate lines. If the handset is already in use on one line, you can make orreceive calls at the base on the other line. Indicators let you know which lineis in use.

The conference and intercom buttons allow you to add a third andfourth party to conversations. To add a party to a call on line one at the base,press the hold button. Press line 2 and dial the number of the person you wantto include. To bring the first person back into the conversation, press theconference button. A fourth person, at either the handset or base, can also beadded to a conference call; however, voice transmission through the base onfour-way conferencing is not always clear.

You can store up to 20 numbers inmemory dialing and up to eight numbers in one-touch dialing. To save a number,press the memory button, enter the number, press the memory button again, andassign it to a memory dial number. A long beep lets you know the number has beensuccessfully saved. There is even a handy pullout directory for recording yoursaved numbers. To dial a number, press the memory button and the correspondingmemory dial number. For numbers saved in one-touch dialing, simply press thedesignated speed dial button.

In our tests of the Toshiba FT8259BK, we wereable to take the phone about 250 feet from the base before hearing static andinterference. At about 700 feet, hearing our caller became difficult due to thestatic. We also noticed a slight background hum even at close range, but itwasn't overly distracting. We were able to take the phone behind walls and nearother electronic equipment with minimal interference. --Emily Bakko

Pros:

  • Allows three- or four-way conversations
  • One-touch memory dialing with pullout directory
  • Handy quick reference guide included

Cons:

  • Slight background humming
  • Conversations not always clear during four-way conferencing
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Features

  • 900 MHz analog operation
  • 2-line operation, plus simultaneous operation of handset and base
  • Speakerphone with dual keypad (handset and base)
  • 3-way conferencing
  • 2-way intercom with handset locator

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best 2 line of 3 brands tried
This was my original 2 line cordless and the only one that has held up. Because of an active family that heavily uses phones we have 3 2 line cordless phones. 2 other brands I have tried either need continuous battery replacements, drop lines when quickly switching from one line to another or just decide not to not to work with their home stations every so often. Other reviews that suggest more humming and static than other clear channel phones confuse me, I have the opposite. I have 2 P--------s and both have terrible background noise. The 3 brand I threw away after it decided to not work more often than work. The only negative about the Toshiba, it does not have an answering machine so I have to look to other brands for that feature. That's why I'm here, trying to figure out whether to try another.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good value
This 2-line cordless 900MHZ phone is a good value. The battery life is very good (be sure to fully charge the battery before first use) and the dual keypad is very handy. Biggest cons: no headset jack and it's too easy to disconnect the phone when it's craddled between head and shoulder.

1-0 out of 5 stars Battery Problems
Nice phone, good feel and clear reception. Now its in the cupboard not being used because the battery life is useless. Planning to buy new battery but based on these other reviews I dont hold much hope. I also have a 2 line panasonic, never a problem with that phone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great phone
I've never had any kind of trouble with this phone. Reception is great, and the battery really lasts a LONG time. I've often left it off the charger for a day and a half with probably two hours of talk time in there, and it has been fine. You can slip it in your pocket, too, if you are so inclined (and you have big pockets). All-around, a good phone.

5-0 out of 5 stars This phone has survived three teenage girls...
We bought this phone about a year ago and have been tickled pink with it. The touch pad is a good size and the one line/two line feature is easy to use.

I haven't had any trouble with the batteries. And we use this phone constantly. Once charged, the battery lasts a good 2 hours+, maybe more.

The reception has always been good - even out into the back yard (though our back yard isn't very big...).

The two line feature is what I love the most. We have several two line phones and two portable phones, but this is the favorite phone in the house.

The speaker phone fuction (and intercom) on the base is also very useful.

Sorry to disagree with the other posts, but I've got nothing but praise for this model. ... Read more


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