Philips Onis 6311 Reviews
Product Type: Philips telephones
Newest Review: ... the phones) and these then kept falling off and had to be replaced. I contacted Philips and they directed me to a third-party ... more
Customer Philips Onis 6311 Reviews (7)
by - written on 06/12/02, updated on 06/12/02 (Very useful, 441 readings)
I purchased the Philips Onis 2 two years ago. It's a good all round phone, with easy to follow functions. FUNCTIONS Speaker function to allow hands free talking Answer phone Memory for 20 numbers Redial and other normal phone functions CONTAINS Handset Rechargeable batteries Base Recharger Phone lead to link to the phone socket DESIGN It's a good ergonomic design and can be easily held. It fits nicely to the ear, and is comfortable to use. It also fits easily into the base, either way round (face down or up) meaning that there's no hassle in recharging the phone. FUNCTIONS My ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/02, updated on 27/01/02 (Very useful, 1456 readings)
I received the Philips Onis cordless phone as a surprise Christmas present, a couple of years ago now. I like to keep up with the latest technology and so was delighted when I unwrapped the phone. I already had two mobile phones but although convenient they are not really suitable for using indoors, as the quality is not brilliant. SETTING UP THE PHONE The phone was not hard to set up. It was a case of simply taking everything out of the box, which was the base, the handset, the batteries, two cords and a few instruction manuals. I don?t think I have the instruction manual any more, as the phone is rather easy to use. The first thing I had to do was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/00, updated on 14/07/00 (Very useful, 413 readings)
I was so fed up with the buzzing and crackling on my cordless phone that I decided to buy a digital cordless phone. I decided on the Philips 6311 as it incorporates an answerphone, the recall service and a comprehensive phone book. It was easy to set up and both the handset and the base have separate ringers which can be set to Loud, Soft or Off. The machine is fairly easy to use, although I find it a pain that you have to go through the menu to turn the ringers off, which is a bit of a fiddle. A major advantage of this phone is that you can have additional handsets tuned in to the base phone which don't need to be plugged into a telephone ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/02, updated on 21/09/02 (Useful, 304 readings)
This phone is simply not good enough. Having read the other opinions here it seems that there are a number of design flaws that Philips should have picked up at the testing phase. Instead they have released onto the market a phone that is just not up to the job. After a mere 7 months use, the green 'talk' button has gone soft with the result that when you try to answer an incoming call you end up pressing the button many times in a vain attempt to answer. Many, many times I have had people hang up before I was able to get this phone to finally answer. Also, many times, even with brand new fully charged batteries and standing right next to the base unit, the phone Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/02, updated on 03/09/03 (Useful, 783 readings)
I have (had) 3 of these phones on two lines with one as an add on to one of the base stations. All worked fine at first but eventually the batteries failed to charge on one phone, changing batteries did not fix. Philips wanted the phone back to fix with no replacement but that would leave me without a phone, not their problem. Eventually I persuaded them to part with a replacement and they priced up a repair to the phone at such a high price that I was forced to buy a new one. I dont know why but I stuck with Philips and bought the model Onis 200 a far superior phone which has not let me down yet. I am now having problems with my other Onis 2 phones ... Read the complete review
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