Summary: The good and the bad 1. looks good 2. feels good 3. easy transfer and updates of address book from computer 4. loud ringtone 5. good speaker function 6. functions as a clock when on station but, and these are big buts: 1.
Summary: I purchased 4 of these phones with a range extender about a year ago replacing a B&O system that had been worn out. The good news is that the handsets seem well made, have a substantial feel and have survived about 12 months of typical family use pretty much unscathed.
Summary: Worked absolutely fine for about 4 days then...dead...tried other phones in the socket, they worked fine, the unit wouldn't charge, I was left with a very gorgeous looking brick! Shame because in the short time it did work i was quite impressed.
Summary: Bought this to replace the BT cordless phone that had given up the ghost. Read some of the reviews and they seemed favourable to buying the product. Will say that it is a good quality and solidly constructed. However this phone has started to turn itself off when trying to make a call.
Summary: The Gigaset SL910A is a superb looking wander phone. I purchased it as we have lost the 1471 missed caller identification and I was told that as this phone had a caller recognition it would show me any missed calls, it doesn't.
Summary: I bought to replace my old Philips set. Good idea to have home phone with touch screen. But this screen is slow. Functions poor. Bluetooth and Internet are useless. You cannot transfer the whole address book . You have to do it one at a time. No where near any basic smartphone. Good features.
Mangelhafte Zusammenarbeit mit Fritz!Box als Basis
Dr. Tobias Zilkens, Amazon
30 November 2014
Summary: das Gerät liegt prima in der Hand, fühlt sich gut an und kann auch problemlos ohne Gigaset Basis direkt bei einer Fritz!Box 7330 angemeldet werden. Ab da wird's hochproblematisch: im Gegensatz zu meinen vier Jahre alten (!