This phone has a 1-year warranty. You'll need it. So, if you don't save you money and avoid this product, then be sure to save your receipt. Okay, that's not a very good joke. Let's get serious and consider a bigger joke the Panasonic KX-TG4022:
The labeling under/over the function buttons is painted on and wears off rather quickly -- wear begins to show after only a 10-20 hours of use. This shouldn't be too much of a problem as there are so few features and they are so poorly implemented, you won't be using this phone for much but maybe as a backup to some other phone.
The sound quality is not bad, at least not until the speaker goes out completely.
For speakerphone use, the speaker on the back of the phone right underneath hand, which is an annoyance so you have to learn to hold the phone from the top or bottom or just set it down altogher -- but if you set it down, don't get more than a couple of feet away from it or the microphone won't pick up your voice very well.
It's amazing, after getting used to what you can do with a cell phone, how few features you get for your money with one of these "land line" phones. Want to know how long that last phone call took? Tough! Want to sort multiple numbers for one person? Tough! Want to see alist of all your messages? Tough!
Of course, you can get around some of the short comings -- give nicknames to folks or add numbers to their name but why should you have to?
And don't forget the Clear button is for clearing (erasing) except when it's for calling up the contacts list -- what could make more sense than having the same button to start something as you use to end things? Well at least it's alternate use is marked in letters above the button -- well, it was until they wore off.
Otoh, the range you can roam from the base is reasonably good. It's like the old joke, the food at this reastaurant too bad to eat but at least they give you big portions. The not good enough to use, but you can roam pretty far when you do.