Summary: Good points Good sound reproduction on the answerphone unlike many cordless phones Bad points Too much technology has features we will never use. Other thoughts Would like a light to show when the phone is on, especially as we get quite a few power cuts.
Summary: Not a phone I would recommend to anybody, the ring tones are awful, overall volume is too quiet, cant hear it ring when not in the same room, and we live in a bungalow, and no, we are not hard of hearing. General setting up was confusing and the instruction manual could be a bit clearer. Our previous phone was a Paragon so we thought this would be as good, mistake. So we will just put up with it.
Summary: Good all-round telephone with built in answering machine. Handset comfortable to hold. Menus quite easy to navigate. Needs to be connected to a mains socket to enable display and most functions e.g. answering machine and name/number memories. Display remains blank until handset is lifted or a call comes in. Not the cheapest phone but quite well made. Ringtone choice rather limited.
Summary: After having a Paragon 500, the set up was uncomplicated. I thought that the colour (cream) would be off putting but it looks okay on the work station. I think that the only negative comment I can make is regarding the volume of the ring tones - I woud like to increase the volume more. Apart from that, I have no other adverse comments.