The CWR 700 cordless telephone with two extra CWR 60 handsets. Features include.... 10 memories for easy dialling of most used numbers. Privacy, enables you to speak without your caller hearing you. Radial last number dialled. Multi handset capability, Allows up to 3 extra handsets. Hearing aid compatible. 200m Range outdoors. Visual ringer with flashing red light. Handset volume control. Recall, Pause. Channel scan for best signal possible. Paging in case you lose handsets. An easy to read and follow manual. Design....... A pleasant rounded design of the base and handset for comfortable handling as the handset fits snuggle in the hand. Made from light weight plastic so it is not to heavy but it is still a sturdy phone. The whole package looks good in white with a hint of colour on the page, talk and memory buttons. The base unit is classed as phone one, and the two extra handsets are number two and three. The handsets measure 190mmx55mmx30mm. The base measures !70mmx160mmx70mm. the whole unit measures 230mmx169mmx95mm The other two handsets are the same design as the base unit but have smaller bases. These handsets stand in there base as where number one lies down. All bases must be connected to the mains at all times. If they are disconnected they will need to be registered to the main base unit before use. This only takes a few seconds, You just press the page and talk button until the phone bleeps. Handsets measure 190mmx55mmx30. base unit measures 80mmx80mmx65mm. whole unit measures 80mmx80mmx205mm. All three phones are crystal clear and have good reception. The ring tone is easy to pick out over household noise and does not scare you half to death when it rings if your sitting next to it. You can easily transfer a call from one phone to another by pressing the transfer button and the phone number 1, 2 or 3. Pro's and Con's........Idea
l for around a larger house as you can put them in the most used rooms, Living room, Kitchen and main bed room. Or you could have one in the garage if you are outside a lot, no more carrying handsets around with you. Unfortunately you need each handset plugged to the mains to keep each phone charged. This takes up the spare sockets, In my house sockets are like gold. Hard to find one, and if you do someone else has already laid claim. Oh well, time to buy some double wall sockets. So far we have been happy with this phone and have had no problems. Now I just need someone to call.