Summary: Generally speaking the system has done exactly what we wanted it to. Clarity and range are good. It is fairly straightforward to set up and use. The manual had to be referenced a few times (not meant as a criticism), but the necessary answers were in it. The system would have gotten a 5 with a few features. 1) Have a way for handsets to get more default settings from the base station.
Summary: After owning 2 Panasonic 2 line cordless phones that I loved, purchasing the 3rd came with little thought. BUT - this one is difficult to navigate. Caller ID is accessible after a series of button presses instead of just the up down arrow as in past phones. No indicator light on handset for new messages, ring tones are scary and loud...esp for an office setting. SO SORRY I BOUGHT THIS. I have to pay a restocking fee to send it back so I am stuck.
Cons: Did not meet expectations, Difficult to use, no message alert on handset, too many keys to press to navigate caller id, odd sounding ring tones
Summary: I purchased the expandable 2 line cordless with multiple handsets for home and office. Also purchased a bluetooth headset. headset can be used only with base unit and within 33 feet of base. I believed that I would be able to use the headset in conjunction with the handsets as well as the base. This is worthless to me.
Cons: Expensive, Did not meet expectations, bluetooth headset can be used only from base, headset must be used within 33 feet of base
Summary: I purchased this phone for home use and wanted the bluetooth capability for connecting to a wireless headset. I purchased a Plantronics Voyager PRO headset and the phone would not pair with it. I also tried a second Plantronics headset, which also did not pair. I spoke to Technical Support and they said that the headsets are apparently not compatible and said I needed to try a different brand.