Summary: I use this handset at my business which is primarily a garage/shop. They get dropped on the cement floor, knocked off the counter, dropped in mud and dirt. They have lasted very well under the torture I have put them through.
Pros: Great range, much more durable than I had expected. The price is reasonable for a 2 line cordless phone that will take a beating.
Summary: I will never buy another product from Panasonic. They have proven that they are a company that will not stand behind their product. I am truly bitter with this experience. I am currently awaiting a manager to call me back, but I'm not holding my breath.
Pros: Nice unit, two lines, two handsets
Cons: YOU HAVE 0 YEARS MFG. WARRANTY That's right. Panasonic will not honour their warranty when this phone is purchased through NewEgg, as "they are not an authorized Panasonic vendor". I called in with regard to a faulty A/C adapter for one of the charging units, and was SHOCKED at this response. I l...
Summary: The value is good, the features are good, but none of its attributes make up for the poor sound quality, I've lost potential new customers because of it.
Pros: It works as promised, most of the time
Cons: Sound quality is very poor. Sound is always good on your end, the other party often complains. Sound quality seems to degrade over a very short time. I'm getting more and more complaints as time goes on.
Pros: Nice looking, easy to program and use. With the handsets one doesn't have to stay near the telephone, take it with you. Reception is very good, speaker phone is good but we wish the volume could be a little higher and sharper, have to be near the telephone to speak so the microphone can pickup yo...
Summary: If you need a speakerphone, this isn't your unit. Otherwise, it's a solid phone system.
Pros: Sleek design, DECT 6.0 expandability and signal quality, reasonable cost, corded handset (i.e., you are not always tied to the cordless handsets).
Cons: Speakerphone microphone sensitivity. I'm finding that it is very hard to find a speakerphone that has a microphone that is sensitive enough to break in on conversations --- and I have a particularly loud voice. When I have to lean in and bang the table or shout or push a digit on the number pad i...
The phones lose contact with the base when less that ...
Debbie Stothart, Amazon
7 December 2014
Summary: The phones lose contact with the base when less that 100 feet away. The line 1 & 2 buttons are recessed too much. There is no way to mount the base unit on the wall and the line to the handset is so tight and short that the phone gets dragged every time you use it..