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By Anonymous on 01/11/2015
Very pleased with the purchase
By Anonymous on 25/01/2016
This is the second time I have bought this phone as I liked it so much the first time round! Only needed a new set as the other one was getting rather old! I think the panasonic is the best in the range much better than the BT phones.
By Anonymous on 31/01/2016
The ring tone took a little getting used to - I kept missing it to begin with thinking it was one of the children's toys.
By Sarah on 24/07/2016
First thing to say is that this is a very neat and surprisingly small phone, when compared to the images online and when you consider itâ€™s also an Answerphone. Dimensions wise only just over 8â€ x 6â€ it takes up very little space on the desk.
A quality build too in a dark grey and black two tone case, the square soft keys are a delight to use â€“ very tactile and a neat size.
The digital display is clear and easy to read, the date shows normally with 3 soft key symbols for Address book, Editing and Last called by. The display itself is fixed flat to the case and does not swing up, though in practice owing to the general slope of the case towards the user, itâ€™s OK.
There are also 5 Fast keys on the right and itâ€™s very easy to take a number from your phone book and copy it across. There is also a really neat arrangement in that you can make up your contact list just once and then simply copy it across to your digital handsets. Select copy all, the handset number and OK â€“ the selected handset beeps and youâ€™re done.
The base handset comes connects via a rather short shiny black coil lead, which I donâ€™t like at all. I replaced it with the lead from my old Amstrad which fits colour wise and is super flexible and longer too. The wiring is obviously the same and no issues with it at all.
What I also love about this phone is that it looks simple and elegant and has none of the silly over the top embellishments that some offer.
The Answerphone controls are top right and easy to use â€“ there is also a quick intercom button, to speak to the digital handsets â€“ just press it and select your handset number and thatâ€™s it. The selected handset rings for maximum of 60 seconds â€“ it could not be easier.
The phone sound quality is crystal clear, especially on Answerphone messages and far superior to my last Binatone, which almost made me think we had a bad line â€“ no such problems with the Panasonic. Crystal clear speech on all calls so far.
As to the ring tones â€“ well I have to be honest and say I have not changed or indeed even listened to any of them except for the one that was pre-set â€“ I quite like it and see no reason to change.
The base station and handsets hold up to 100 numbers each, which is more than enough for me. I note that the spare No.2 digital handset is a different model to the one that comes with the phone (the phone comes as standard with the corded handset and one digital one). Whilst it is almost the same, some of the menu procedures are slightly different â€“ but not a problem as it does what the other one does.
Very pleased with the phone so far and have no problems at all with it. Note â€“ if you want to bar calls from certain numbers assuming you have Caller ID, then there is a facility to enable a Bar Caller list â€“ very useful.
To conclude. This is a very good phone with little cause for complaints for me.
By Boswell on 19/11/2016
By Anonymous on 20/11/2016