Panasonic KXTCD 725 Reviews
Product Type: Panasonic telephones
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Customer Panasonic KXTCD 725 Reviews (6)
by - written on 08/11/02, updated on 10/11/02 (Very useful, 1516 readings)
Well, if you use this phone, the answer will be yes. Unless you mother has an hearing impediment, like mine, then the answer is "what did you say?" After 5 goes at asking her to turn her hearing aid to the "T" position, the answer finally becomes yes. But its worth the wait. This phone is a digital cordless phone. 99.9% of you will probably be used to mobile phones, and this phone has basically the same features. It has a phone book, a built in answerphone, caller display (if you subscribe to it with your telephone provider), last numbers dialled and received stored etc etc. It looks a bit like a mobile phone, and acts like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/02, updated on 29/08/02 (Very useful, 17266 readings)
After my Ericsson phone decided to give up the ghost, I had to make a quick dash to Argos to find a replacement. Without much thought I purchased a BT On-Air 1250 cordless phone for £140 simply because it met my basic requirements, caller ID, answer machine and wall mountable. However on returning home I was soon to be very disappointed. The phone was almost impossible to use without the manual to hand. Instead of menu names like "Settings" it had F1, F2, etc. (presumably "F" standing for function). Things like setting the time was done by pressing the intercom button, then hash and 1!! How pointless! Within an hour I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/02, updated on 15/09/02 (Very useful, 1354 readings)
First when I heard of this phone I thought, yes I definately got to get one even though I had to save up for its hefty price. I paid 169.00 Euro ( UK£ 106.47 ) for it from a Electrical Shop in the Republic of Ireland and would normaly not pay this kind of money for a telephone! I mean, lets put it into perspective here, at the end of the day even with all its features it is after all just a telephone at the end of the day. Overall the features I liked on this phone is the backlit keypad & backlit LCD Display something that is not found on all other landline phones and this is quite useful when usin the phone in low light. It has three colours LCD backlit display ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/02, updated on 10/06/02 (Useful, 867 readings)
After keeping my eye on this product and checking the price out for a good few months I finally took the plunge and purchased it from a small independent shop in Leicester for £89. The package includes a handset, base unit, 2 NimH rechargeable batteries, mains adapter unit and belt clip...Oh and a comprehensive, thick manual. The features include an address book of up to 200 numbers/names, range of up to 300 metres, choice of display colour,swivel, wall-mountable base, up to 20 ringtones, need to recharge about once a week, a digital answerphone with a recording time of 16 minutes, various message/dictation functions (I have yet to even look at them!), ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/02, updated on 11/09/02 (Useful, 928 readings)
This is the one DECT phone on the market that seems to have it all, including every basic feature you could ask for as well as some of the less-often seen ones (backlit keypad, ability to assign ringtones as well as display colours to certain callers, handsfree jackplug...). However, it falls down on one key point: it's dreadful to actually have a conversation on! Short of calling from Battersea dogs home, I don't expect growling to be a typical part of my phone calls but that's what you get here - Not some low-level, ambient hum but rather a mid-range buzz that's impossible to ignore. The answer phone outgoing message as well as ones ... Read the complete review
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