Summary: Bought the whole set in 2008 and now all 4 phones have the same problem, the center pad that you choose your phone book or caller id list is unuseable. I am a nut with phones, make sure they are always back on the hook, make sure everyone treats them as I would. But in the end, every phone has the same problem, so it's safe to say that all of these that they sell are made the same cheap way.
Summary: Amazon Verified Purchase ( What's this? ) Bought one of these from Amazon. I bought the base with three handsets from Office Max on special. Anyhow, after nine months of use, I think the Uniden is a great system. We have four handsets and all have performed flawlessly. I also think the voice quality is excellent and the DCET 6.0 features will not interfere with any wireless computer devices.
Summary: We have the Uniden cordless phone, and recently had some problems with the battery lasting less than a day on a charge. Consequently, I tried to call customer service, however Uniden only offers email customer service. I finally found a Texas number for them where one has to pay to call them This is a far cry from Panasonic or Sony which both offer free, toll-free support.
Summary: I bought six of these phones a little less than a year ago. Over the course of the year, they have one at a time, ALL lost the functions of the caller ID and phone book. On one phone you can hear the person calling but they can't hear you. They all say out of range at least once a day and this is when I am standing in the same room with the base. I bought three of the phones from Target and three from Amazon so I don't think it is just a bad batch.
Summary: i really like this phone. it does everything i want a cordless phone to do. i like getting my messages from any handset. speakerphone works very good. and it has long battery life between charges.