Excerpt: My Sprint LG came as part of my service contract. The only cell phone I had prior was in the mid 1990s -- those phones which always had to be connected to a power sources--the portable battery weighed about 2 lbs. I am pleased with the features and options. However even if not used the battery must be charged every day. When I first got the phone (around November) it could go for at least 2 days without being charged if not used.
Excerpt: This cell phone is very easy and convenient to use. The options are useful. It has three alarms and a quick alarm. The quick alarm comes in very handy, it has settings of ten minutes, fifteen minutes, thirty minutes, and one hour. It has a calendar, it has lots of memory, memos can be added to each day, and alerts can be set, either daily or repeat on the some day of the week or month.
The LG Sprint Vision cell phone is the best cell phone I've had.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The LX160 Sprint Vision cell phone from LG is compact, durable, easy to use, and had a long battery live between recharging. The skin seems to be scratch resistant and it has a front window that shows the caller ID info, date and time which is very convenient. I love this phone! It has many features that I don't use, but could, such as web access, call waiting, texting, etc.
good basic phone, however battery doesn't seem to stay charged
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The LG-Lx160 Sprint cell phone is a good basic phone. If I could change one thing it would be the battery. It does not seem to stay charged for more than 72hrs at a time with not a lot of usage. The reception is good.
Excerpt: The LG LX160 cell phone is a good little phone for anyone who wants the basics. It is a flip style phone. The strengths of the LG LX160 include a dedicated texting button, sturdy design, and pretty cheap price tag. The LG LX160 also has Blue Tooth capabilities, speaker phone, and all the other features that have come to be considered basic: calander, alarms, headphone jack, contact lists, etcetera.
Summary: Don't buy from 'dcnet'. The listing claims to say that they inspect all phones and are in "perfect working conditions". But when I got the phone, it does not light up, will not charge, NOTHING. I would like to review this product, but how can I review it when he sold me one that doesn't work?
Summary: The LX160 is a great phone. It has very good sound quality at both ends (till it breaks). The alarms and ringers are nice and easy to use.The phone has a good feel in the hand. I like it so much I have owned 6 of them. The problem is they only last about a couple months on average. At least two of the phones had problems shutting off or restarting randomly; especially while the charger was attached. Four or more of them had problems with the microphone.
Summary: I bought the LG LX160 mobile telephone as a possible replacement for my Sanyo SCP-4700, mostly to get a mobile telephone capable of sending text messages. I decided to continue using the Sanyo SCP-4700 for three reasons: (1) Regardless of which ringtone I select on the LG LX160, I can't find one loud enough to be certain I'll hear the phone ring.