Summary: The call blocking feature works but it needs to see whos calling from the caller ID information and rings once or twice before its blocked.
Pros: Bright White back lit LCD panel. Takes 2 standard Ni-MH rechargeable AAA batteries. If they ever go bad, a set of 4 can be bought for under $10.
Cons: The handsets constantly lose connection to the base unit making it impossible to answer a call, showing "No link to base" error message on the screen. The base will ring but the handset will not, most of the time. Number 1 on both handsets requires a forceful push to work.
Summary: Note: this call blocking feature is listed on Panasonic phones model KX-TG9331, KX-TG9341, KX-TG9332, KX-TG9342, KX-TG9333, and KX-TG9343. It would seem these phones have the same problem since they all come with the same manual with the same info on p.28 Link to online manual:...
Pros: Lots of features. DECT 6.0
Cons: The only reason I bought this phone was because it advertised a "Call Block" feature, I thought it would keep a certain telemarketer from waking us up at 5am every morning. This feature is useless since the phone will still ring once or twice before it blocks the call. It doesn't mention this any...
Pros: Small size, excellent battery life, good audio, headset jack
Cons: Very frequently there is one ring and the screen and phone completely black out, (dead). Occurs with both of two handsets. Panasonic at one time was the best of all cordless phones. Earlier models were built very robust. New stuff is like a cheap toy from China
Summary: Saw someone below post that you can't turn off the caller ID on the base. I also thought this when I first purchased it, but then I downloaded the manual from panasonic, and found there is a way to turn it off.
Pros: Great call quality, range, and battery life
Cons: Some settings are difficult to access in the menu.
Summary: If it weren't for the bizarre behavior listed above, I would rate these phones as 5 eggs. But an unusable product frankly deserves zero eggs and is lucky to get one. Another reviewer said to not pay attention to bad reviews.
Pros: Good sound, good general build quality, and nice ergonomics-- the handsets are small but are still large enough to comfortably cradle between the ear and shoulder. Lots of features and customizability.
Cons: Despite those nice pros, the phones have become almost unusable to me. The following scenario plays out for roughly 1 in 3 calls I receive: 1) A call comes in. 2) Halfway through the first ring, the handset blacks out. 3) The handset turns back on and informs me that the basestation is disconnect...
Summary: Don't listen to any negative reviews about this phone! This is my second cordless phone from Panasonic. My old one was great; a 2.4ghz cordless that lasted almost 6 years without issue. I wound up having to trash it due to the keypad starting to malfunction.
Pros: Best cordless phone I have ever owned! Doesn't interfere with Wi-fi.
Cons: Pretty pricey. Also, there's no way to turn off the talking caller ID on the base.
Summary: Great battery life. After the 1st charge, used speakerphone for about 45 min. then phone was on standby, off charger for about 24 hours and then used speakerphone for about 2 hours 50 min. before it indicated needing a 7 hour charge (also has a 3 bar battery life indicator).
Pros: Excellent range, Excellent battery life, Crystal clear on both handset and speakerphone modes. I forgot I was on my home phone, as I usually always use my cell, and started walking down the street, realized I wasn't on my cell about a half a block away, so I kept going to see how far it would go,...
Cons: None really. Didn't get to pick it out, it was a gift, wish it had speakerphone in the base unit too.