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Philips CD4402
4.9* out of 10

Philips CD4402

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Overall 2

Disposal Fodder

Nicholas H., Newegg
25 August 2009
  • Summary: If you stick the phone right back on the base every time you use it the battery will eventually die. It will die immediately upon taking it off the base. Cheep batteries and un-impressive technology.
  • Pros: Small, loud, visually pleasing.
  • Cons: Doesn't work. After a few monts the batteries inevitably go bad. We have one that was put into a spare room, all it EVER did for months was sit on the charger, and it's batteries went bad. One that was used properly and charged correctly went dead within weeks. This is WEEKS not MONTHS! Does not ...
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Overall 8

Excellent sound, a few annoyances

Anonymous, Newegg
25 January 2008
  • Summary: To get the telephone number of incoming calls that aren't in your phone list you have to hit the * key. That is a bit of a 'con' too.
  • Pros: Outstanding sound quality. The best phone I've ever used in terms of sound quality. Lots of configurable features. Can transfer one set of stored phone numbers to the other handset. Excellent range. I haven't been able to go far enough away to lose contact with the base yet. Works perfectly with ...
  • Cons: Overly bright back-light. With the back-light on, the display becomes dark blue letters on a bright blue display. Not the easiest to read. If you have good lighting in the room, the display is easier to read without the backlight. No brightness adjustment to the back-light. There is a contrast ad...
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Overall 4

No Bueno

Brandon S., Newegg
17 January 2008
  • Summary: I switched to a Panasonic model: KX-TG6051M and am in love with it. The talking CID feature is great. If your a feature hound, then buy the Panasonic.
  • Pros: Looks cool, but looks can be deceiving. Nice speakerphone
  • Cons: Battery life, and charging function is very sketchy or at least the unit I purchased had bad batteries that wouldn' hold a charge properly. Also, unless you have a number stored into your phonebook, you can't view it as a missed call under your CID. Bummer
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