Summary: I bought this because I needed a good replacement speaker phone. This is a very old but very solid model. I purchased the newer Panasonic KX-TS840B which is complete grabage. The sound on the speakerphoneofn the TS840 for those receiving the call was useless.
Pros: Great sound on headset and speakerphone both for caller and receiver. Solid and easy to use controls
Excerpt: While this phone appears to have caller ID, since it does have an LCD display on the panel, it does not. The LCD only displays number dialed, time of day, and a call timer. NO CALLER ID. This phone is WAY too expensive to not have this feature.
Pros: Easy to Use
Cons: Short Battery Life, Display Screen, Performance, Expensive
Summary: I bought this phone because it has a headset jack. Nowhere in the advertising did it say that it even took batteries, let alone required them to turn on the headset or speakerphone off-line, so that was a disappointment. It takes 3 AA batteries. Batteries are also required for the display.
Pros: Disconnects automatically when other party disconnects.
Cons: Needs battery to turn on speakerphone, or headset off-line; or to use other features. Buttons sometimes unintentionally press twice. Number dialed and time of call are gone right after you hang up.
Summary: I purchased this phone to replace my cordless one (I never remembered where I put it) these days it's almost impossible to find corded phones in the stores, I don't know really why, I have been using the phone for the last two months, the sound quality is very good, price is right.
Pros: Very clear speakerphone, mute button, nice ring.
Cons: I wish there was a wider volume range (kind of like we have on TV sets)
Summary: Phone has all features build in needed for an office, such as caller id, speakerphone, 10 Station Speed Dial, Data Port. We had the previous module for 10 years; unfortunately, it did no survived tomato juice spilled on it... This unit is the replacement for a lost one.
Pros: This phone is simple to program and easy use.