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27 reviews | 4 out of 5
I was surprised at the size of the phone. I thought it was bigger than it really is. It is small and compact, well put together. I hesitated on buying it because it appeared big, bulky and plain in the ad. But it's really nice. I have it on my kitchen counter, fits right in with everything else. I love it. It is very clear to talk and hear calls on. Love it.
It's an inexpensive phone, but it works just fine. The ringer is a bit loud, but then again, that's why they put a ringer volume on it.
it is a good telephone set if one wants to use it as an extension at home or small office. I bought 2 sets, one for home and another for office
I like a corded phone in the house, that way you don't need to worry about batteries or where did the teenager leave the cordless phone. This phone is just a simple, no hassle phone. The number buttons are a decent size, easy to see and spaced apart so no issue with accidentally hitting 2 numbers at the same time. Clearly labeled redial and volume buttons. And this has a loud ring, which is especially important as my husband and I are older & a low ring is too hard to hear. We like this phone very much & the price can't be beat.
nice phone, good value
Got the phone for m' mom, who's very happy w/ it. Pick up the handset and "dial" a number - or when it "rings" say Hello. It is NOT a a memory dialer, NOT a speakerphone and has NO electronic Hold. But I serves HER needs perfectly as a wall phone. Out-of-the-box it's set up in the "desk" configuration, but "wall" setup is a snap. Turn the phone over, remove the "desk" riser, flip it around and reattach it at the bottom. Before you reattach the riser in wall mode remember to tuck the cord in it OR use a Wall Phone cord. A Wall Phone cord is 8 in long - max.
Phone was returned for credit the day after it was received.
Regardless of which phone jack it was plugged into, if ANY other
phone anywhere in the house was picked up, the transmitter (microphone)
on this Panasonic phone would go dead, and nothing that was spoken
into the phone would be heard.
This is a basic "office" phone. We used 10 in an office for extensions. No frills. Sound is good. Good construction but light, not like "Ma Bell" phones from the past. But exactly what I expected.
Works great, no more that what I needed it for.
Excellent phone, can not be beat at a great price.
Could have been ship in a bigger box
I was looking for simple and good phone and this one is the best.
I am pleased.
No special features, use anywhere in the garage, home, office & it's priced right. Handset Volume Control crystal clear. I love this unit & will buy another one for a spare.
I've owned this phone for more than a year, it does what it needs to do and does it well. It's a phone! You make and receive calls, the sound is perfectly clear (I'm partially deaf so this is partcularly important to me) and it's simple to use. If you don't need caller ID or any extra service, this is the way to go.
I have a neighbor that I had gave a home phone years ago! The ringer was now bad and static! So I got her this one and it's perfect! She doesn't want the extras it confuses her so this phone was just right. We could adjust volume which really helped her out. I showed her the redial button but doubt she will use it! She didn't know there was such a thing!
this exactly what i wanted for my desk top. nothing fancy, just a basic phone that i didn't have to move from my ear to my hand to hit all the numbers you get asked to hit.
Great product but needed it with headset
The phone as sold comes as a desk phone. In order to install it as a wall phone, it must be partially taken apart and reassembled. This is not so simple as the instructions imply. There is a piece on the back that must be removed from the top of the phone and placed on the bottom of the phone. Removing that piece is not so simple as the instructions imply. I could not remove it by pressing the two tabs in with my fingers as I was instructed. I had to use the eraser end of a pencil to push in each separately. Then reinstalling it was not so simple either. The wall jack cord must be inserted within the piece wrapped up to keep it out of the way. Once it is inserted, it is somewhat difficult to snap in place because the cord tends to get in the way. Also the instructions are not so clearly defined as to how to accomplish this. They are a very small portion of a much larger sheet of paper relatively speaking so you have to search through the sheets carefully to find them.