Summary: Really like the phone.It"s the 3rd one I have purchased and each one has worked a shorter length of time than the previous.I got 60 days of service from my recent purchase before the hinge started clicking.thats been the problem with all of them.5yrs service on the first one.60 days to problems on the most recent.Go figure!
It is in very good condition and I haven't experienced any problems with it
James D.Pett, Amazon
14 February 2015
Summary: I've had a Motorola Tundra since 2009.It finally Quit working. It is no longer available from AT&T. I bought this one to replace my old one. It is in very good condition and I haven't experienced any problems with it. I am satisfied with my purchase.
Summary: I bought this phone for one reason. Vocal quality. It was supposed to be the best for old fashioned phone calls. But EVERYBODY struggles to understand me. On the PC, Skype people can hear and understand me fine. I can hear other people fine on this phone, but if they can't hear me, what's the point? It's ruggedness was a side benefit. One that doesn't actually exist. I threw it at a wall once (yeah, I know you shouldn't do that.
Summary: Good tough phone fell in a puddle for 20 min before I realised where it was not one drop got inside. Few issues with phone tho came with 2 bad batteries.... any I found online were also bad had to spend $45 for new one from batteries plus. Also all the applications on the phone have expired example the gps yellow pages and mobile email. Excellent cell service tho so im 50/50 on this.
Summary: I am well pleased with the phone. It truly looks and operates like a new one. I am thinking about ordering another as a backup. The reception is great. I have tried other phones that are available now and they don't match the quality or reception. I have stood by friends using other phones and this works where theirs don't.
Great phone, quality made, especially for someone hard on their phones as I am
25 November 2014
Summary: Great phone, I can't say enough good things about the Motorola Tundra. Quality made for someone hard on their phones as I am, this suits the purpose as a tough/rugged, basic phone (how I use it anyway, do not have need for "smartphone"). I'm not climbing mountains or herding cattle, but my cell phones get beat up. This is my second Tundra and my first one lasted for quite a few years. I anticipate getting good use out of this one as well.
Summary: The Motorola Tundra VA76r is a primitive P.O.S. made of cheap plastic and rubbery components that in time chip and flake off like a bad nose job. The hinge will become unhinged in time and the button toggles are spotty - i.e the connections when dialing are gonna be hit-and-miss in certain areas. And how about that pathetically small hemmed in by baked-in AT&T business numbers that cannot be erased by the user. WTF!?