Summary: We are one of three families in the entire world that does not "live" for their phone. Most of the time it lies in the basket on our kitchen counter. But we do take it with us when we travel more than we did our last phone. I wish when you punched to turn it on, it would do so instantly.
Summary: The LG Revere 3 is a good basic cell phone. Battery life is good, and it takes typical cell phone pictures and videos. The Bluetooth link works with the car stereo, but is a bit wonky compared to the older version.
Summary: It has all the features I need. Phone is a little slippery to hold on to. Screen/key pad are easy to read, I really like the 1-button approach for the alarm clock and sending a message, super ideat!
Summary: I feel I must write this review because it is much different than earlier Revere & Revere 2 phones so we were very disappointed. The phone is extremely light, has a membrane key pad and doesn't look or feel durable.
Summary: I'm coming from the LG VN150. the VN170 is missing the very important feature of "dial search" which returns names with the letters typed when dialing a number. also missing is when you use speed dial it only shows the name of the contact and not the phone number dialed.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Quality
Summary: This phone was purchased to have as an extra phone to be used as a house phone when I'm away from the house or for the kids to use when they're away from me. I wasn't thrilled about the price for such a simple phone but it has served its purpose. It keeps a real good charge.
Summary: This is a good flip phone that is easy to use and has given me no trouble. If you want a basic phone that is reliable then this is for you. If you want a phone with a lot of easy to use features this might not be what you want.