BEST Senior Phone-- A++ for Outstanding Quality & Senior Friendly Design
3 June 2013
Summary: DORO 410 is the VERY BEST Senior Phone...and we have tried them all from the "Jitterbug" to the "Just5 509". Big Buttons and Senior Friendly design of the DORO make it so easy to use. Paid only $29.99 for the UNLOCKED DORO 410 at PhoneStoreUSA. Selected TELNA for my father's Cellphone Service Provider. Dad's first TELNA Cell Phone bill was ONLY $8.00 for the whole month! The Doro has great reception--better than my own Apple iPhone 5 ! The battery lasts a very long time.
"good simple phone to use. instructions a bit vague"
21 March 2013
Pros: don't have to open for camera use like last phone. big screen. holds charge well.option to use ringer and vibration at same time very useful. white letters on black background very readable.
Cons: signal is bad here, but I can still connect, and hear, but not on the other end. THE WORST THING ABOUT THIS PHONE IS THE DISPLAY MOVES R TO L WHEN RINGING AND YOU CAN NOT SEE AREA CODE BEFORE CALL ENDS. I get several junk calls a day I can't id.
PhoneEasy....the name says it all!! Great Phone at affordable prices.
10 March 2013
Summary: Awesome...if you are looking for a PHONE, an actual phone, this is the one, so easy to use, It is just as described in the literature. Easy to see, easy to use, Perfect for the elderly, and those that are not interested in using the phone for internet use. And a Great price also.
"Dead after one year and one month of little use."
5 March 2013
Pros: easy to use for seniors, large display
Cons: With very little, was never dropped, never subject to extreme temperatures or anything else that would result in damages, this phone lasted one year and one month - yes - it just missed the 12 month warranty period so was no longer covered.
If you just need a regular phone, this definately is the one for you!!!
5 December 2012
Summary: I bought this phone because I had a Snapfon and did not like the features like not being able to turn off things I did not want. I bought the Doro 410 because I could turn off the features I did not want and it had the bluetooth feature that I really love. I have a very long winded friend and I can now use the bluetooth and my ear does not hurt and the battery in the Doro 410 is excellent.
Summary: Since I wear 2 hearing aids I had great expectations for this phone. I can't hear any better with it than I could with my land line phone but the price is right and I don't get many calls so I like it. I don't get any more telemarketers so that is great (for now). I just have to get used to it and I will like it better. Harry V.
Pros: It is a nice sturdy phone to handle and the numbers are a good size.
Cons: When txting having to scroll through your whole phone book to get the person you want to txt. Also only stores cell phone numbers for each person no ability to store 2 numbers or an address for a person. Very frustrating.