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Philips ID9372B/05 XD Sound Cordless Telephone - Twin With Answer Machine

by Philips

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  • Free intercom - Free internal calls between handsets
  • Unique "soft touch" feel
  • Complete DECT-phone package including a base and 2 handsets
  • 15 minute recording time
  • Stunning white backlit inverse display
  • XHD sound
  • Enhanced speakerphone for real-life handsfree conversations
  • Exclusively crafted design

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.8 Kg
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  • Item model number: ID9372B/05
  • ASIN: B000QUMHFA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 5 Oct 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 59,440 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)


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86 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Nafees on 17 Oct 2007
I bought this high end model thinking that I would be getting a high end product - unfortunately not. After by trust old BT Synergy SMS died I thought I would opt for the top of the line phone. As much as I initially tried to convince myself that spending so much money on this phone set was worth it- I bought down to reality by the complaints of my family. Many months later, here are my thoughts:

1. First things first, it looks very good, for a DECT phone (it doesn't compare to a decent stylish mobile), the phone is larger than it seems in the pic.
2. The strong curved design of the unit means that pressing the curved keypad buttons is not that easy, you have to press hard to ensure that the number has been entered.
3.The user interface is decent, and overall the feature set is more than what a typical user would need - however the SMS was not set-up properly on the phone I had - a problem which after numerous calls to Phillips technical support and BT, still hasn't been resolved. The SIM number transfer was relatively painless, and it was fairly easy if a bit slow process to transfer the numbers between the two phones.
4. Call quality - I tried to convince myself that I was listening to top notch "HD" sound via the phone as advertised, but my unbiased family kept telling me it was poor - and I gradually came to the same conclusion. However I would say the speakerphone is loud and clear (more clear then placing the phone to your ear)
5. Phillips technical support - they were terrible, when called them about setting up the SMS it seems as if the support people on the other end hadn't even heard of the phone - all they could say was take it back to the retailer.
6. Finally perhaps the biggest complaint of my family after the sound quality was the battery life.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. G. Watkins on 22 April 2008
Have had two setts of these phones and both proved to be less than reliable. The design looks great but isn't that easy to use. The tinkling sound made every time you put the handset back on the charger is very annoying. And the message waiting light isn't very bright or prominent enough.

But the worst part is the reliability. Dropped calls, phones 'rebooting' in mid conversation and most frustrating of all, caller unable to hear me when I could hear them.

In the past I have always found Philips kit to be reliable...I just hope they had a duff batch for their sake.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. A. Guerin on 16 May 2008
I replaced my £25 set of 3 cordless phones (that I bought in Robert Dyas 3 years ago) with this set of what I thought was the best I could buy for £100.

But what a waste of money - and unfortunately I havent got the receipt to bring it back - the sound is awfull - soulnds like youre in a tunnell, the functions are not the best - I assumed this phone would be in line with Mobile phone quality - but more like a cheep childs toy!

One good point - Looks good - thats all it has to offer - stay away from it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By N. Davies on 22 Oct 2008
I bought these expensive phones thinking I was buying top quality and design - but what a mistake. The so-called HD sound quality is a joke - as another reviewer says it sounds as though the other person is talking through a long tunnel. The buttons are too small and the battery life is poor. One packed up altogether just after the warranty expired so in the end cut my losses and bought a much cheaper Panasonic set - which has superb sound quality and battery life. Philips should withdraw this from the market, if they had any sense.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrea on 10 Feb 2009
I wanted this phone, told my husband it was futile to point out its cost, it looked good and it was going to look good on our hall table. I know, I'm shallow.
Dont Bother, it doesnt perform. We've had two sets now, I was still convinced it looked nice after one of the phones stopped working and replaced it. The second set packed up on New years eve, one of the phones went blank on the stroke of midnight, wouldn't let us re programme and after numerous calls to Philips (another pointless exercise) I have decided to bin it and try something less pretty.
Rubish, Rubish, Rubish.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Maloney on 25 Jan 2009
See all previous reviews! We chose this phone on its looks, very stylish; however it is a complete disappointment. Sound quality is extremely poor, buttons are fiddly and non-sensitive. I currently am having an issue with one of the handsets and it will not connect to the network despite working through troubleshooting. At least it means I get to replace it! Please avoid. Huge disappointment.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TR on 5 Jan 2009
Bought this phone for its looks - which is all its great at!

Although, contrary to other reviews I've found the sound is excellent. Its not the most comfy to use but thats style for you, its not terrible so can live with that.

What however seriously annoys me is the missed caller list. It, for God knows what reason, is individual to each handset - despite being only one actual line. Thus, the missed call indicator and flashing red light has to be cleared on all 4 phones individually - or you just wont know if a missed call is a new one or one you've already cleared on a different handset. Why????
Oh, and also, you cant copy an individual contact entry to another phone - its all or nothing. And if you select all, if will prompt you on the REMOTE handset if you want to overwrite each entry that already exists.
As you can imagine, with 4 handsets scattered around the house, all this is very annoying!

Sense and sensiblilty - NOT!
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