Summary: Bought a used version here for a bargain price to replace my much more expensive BT Paragon, which had developed a loud buzzing sound that could not be explained by a BT engineer as anything other than the phone being rubbish. I use a headset for conference calls every day as I work from home, so needed a phone with hands free and headset socket. This phone is perfect for that. Volume is adjustable; important for me as I am partially deaf.
Summary: Would have expected slightly more. The memory numbers are forgotton if you unplug (even for just 10seconds) which is frustrating if you need to readjust the wires. after 1-2 years the loudspeaker function has become a little un-predictable. Otherwise good as a backup wired phone.
Summary: Very good once you get used to it. Volume on hands-free is quite quiet, but very good for 'hanging on' or just dialling out. Then pick up the handset and the phone switches to it (remember to turn back to hands-free BEFORE YOU PUT THE HANDSET DOWN if you want to go hands-free in a given call. If you don't, you'll get cut of!!
Summary: Quite disappointed with this product. Callers complain that the sound quality is not very clear. The handfree feature also very poor and bearly worth using. I suppose the for the price one could not expect any more.
Summary: I found this phone rather clunky. The receiver is heavy and I would say it could simply do with recognising which century we are in. Perhaps that's what I should expect from a good value phone.