Got a replacement after the refurbed model I bought wasn't working...
JR "collector_dude", Amazon
8 June 2010
Summary: When I shopped, there were no new ones available but I chose a refurbed instead of used, thinking a better chance that it wouldn't have problems. But when I got it some keys weren't working -- called Panasonic, they said to send it and eight days later I had a replacement -- the box didn't say it was refurbed (although the receipt did) so I don't know if it was. Either way, this one worked fine. Sound quality is much better than the 2.4 Ghz phone it replaced.
Summary: Spending extra money on a "name brand" phone with 3 wireless handsets and caller ID seemed like a "smart move"....WRONG!! Problems began from the very start, even problems with PANASONIC CORPORATION keeping their word and replacing the units. First, the calller ID did not work very well on all of the phones- intermittent at best.
Summary: I upgraded a previous Panasonic system which was very similar to this one thinking I would be improving on a great product, boy was I wrong. I should have stayed with my older one until it gave out. The reasons I choose Panasonic was simple: 1. I needed an expandable unit 2. No phone jack is needed for add on phones, merely an power outlet 3.
Summary: I had been looking for months to replace my two line expandable phone system. I am very happy with the panasonic I received. It is small and lightweight and the battery actually holds its charge.
one of the better 2-line cordless systems available
20 September 2009
Summary: This is probably one of the better 2-line cordless phones available (and there aren't many). I tried the Motorola 2-line phones first, but after 2 years ALL of the LCD viewscreens were not readable. There could be an improvement in the range (especially through brick walls) in my opinion. Spead speatrum technology and phonebook sync between units is good.
Summary: We had a single line system before, but put in a VOIP connection for friends to contact us down south. The Panasonic two line system is similar to the single line system we had. Voice quality is excellent and connectivity to base station works well even through concrete walls. There are a couple of drawbacks people should know in advance. Each handset stores the call log individually. So each phone tells you you had a missed call.
Summary: unit works well and is fairly easy to use. sound is good. But the menu functionality requires too many steps to get to the phone book and find a number. I purchased this because I have another Panasonic with a very easy menu system and thought this would be the same, except it has two lines in. Why don't the manufacturers just use one system? otherwise, the unit is fine.