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Philips SE5651B/05 DECT Phone with Digital Answerphone, XHD Sound and Low Energy Usage

by Philips

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  • XHD sound
  • Direct access answering machine with up to 60-minute recording time with message-counter on base
  • High resolution graphic display, white illuminated display
  • 200-name phonebook
  • Eco-designed: Very low energy consumption, automatic reduction of the emitted power
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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 581 g
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  • Item model number: SE5651B/05
  • ASIN: B002MUAEQQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Jun. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 100,893 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Box Contains

  • Base station with bracket (SE565)
  • Handset
  • Power supply
  • Line cord
  • Guarantee
  • User Manual
  • Quick start guide

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    2.9 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Maulana Pir Nakhshbandi Sahib on 9 Sept. 2009
    Was looking for a new cordless phone to replace my old battered BT handset and decided on this. This phone is well built, slim and offers excellent voice quality even on the "eco" mode which is supposed to reduce power consumption though it (allegedly) decreases range. Considering this also has a 60 min answering machine built in, the base is really compact and very simple to operate. Not sure if this is a feature available on all answering machines but you can also access your answering machine remotely through a 4 digit pin which is a brilliant idea...goodbye BT 1571! I also love the really cool Philips Simplicity 'ping' everytime you put the handset on the base unit. The Salsa polyphonic ringtone is very mesmerising, other ringtones are nothing special though

    One thing you should be wary about is that the cable supplied from base unit to BT socket is only RJ11 to RJ11. You will find a adaptor somewhere in package which converts one end of RJ11 to BT socket connector. Granted not a big deal, but i initially thought they had sent the wrong type of cable! (until i found the adaptor)

    All in all, a top quality phone...HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Shoestring on 20 Nov. 2010
    Avoid this phone. I bought it because of the 1hr recording time, which is good. But that's where the pro's end, then its con's all the way. Where to start with those. The phone's logic is poor, requiring several button presses to carry out functions that should take one press. It is also slow, and if you know what buttons you are pressing, the phone doesn't keep up, which means you end up engaging functions you don't want, then having to wait for the phone to catch up before you can cancel and go back to what you wanted in the first place.

    The icons on the display are rubbish, for example the battery icon is so narrow you can't tell how much battery time is remaining! Basically if it flashes it has less than 100%. The connector on the base of the phone doesn't make good contact with the base, so the phone will light up and make its ding dong sound long after you have replaced it in the base. Whilst on the subject of the base, it has no ringer, so if the handset is in another room, you won't know the phone is ringing.

    The sound quality is very good, and it should be as Philips make such a big thing about that in their blurb about this phone. Unfortunately there seems to be a problem with the signal fading in and out and being very weak even close to the base, so this largely negates the quality of the sound, as the poor signal brings its own audible problems.

    When the phone's call list fills up (50 calls), the phone sometimes freezes and needs to be master reset, which wipes out everything, including your stored numbers and outgoing message. When you delete your incoming messages that you've listened to, they do not delete, but rather return to haunt you, with new messages just being added to the head of the queue, your deleted messages are still there when listening via the handset.

    I've had the phone too long to return it now but I won't be putting up with it for much longer. It has to go.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. OSHAUGHNESSY on 6 Sept. 2010
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    I've had this phone for about 12 months now and can't say I'm impressed. It's generally slow to respond (menus etc.) but my biggest annoyance is the terrible performance of the battery. After minimal use over the last year, the battery now dies when off the cradle for more than an hour (even when it's not being used for anything). And because the battery is built-in, you can't replace it, which means the phone is basically junk. This is the second Philips phone that I've had that does this, which isn't impressive.

    On the positive side, sound quality is good and the phone is easy to use.

    I've now replaced this with a Siemens Gigaset phone which I am extremely impressed with.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Helen Wire on 5 Feb. 2013
    Both handsets of my two Philips SE 565 cordless phones have stopped working within two weeks of one another after just 18 months and are now just sitting there, number-pads flashing, completely unusable. I've replaced the rechargeable batteries, without effect. Have found nothing helpful in the manual, or from the Philips helpline, who couldn't even tell me somewhere to have the phones fixed, so I guess I'll have to buy a new set of phones - they won't be Philips. In a world of diminishing resources, 18 months is definitely not long enough for such a product to last.
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    I ordered this phone through Amazon, from a Company called telephones online. I Ordered this phone as a replacement after my last one (also from telephones online) continualy came up with 'searching' after a few minutes into every phone call; and cut me off... very annoying when you are on hold!

    I really can't tell you much about this phone, as I'm sure if you purchase it from a 'different' supplier, it would 'at least' wok for more than a few minutes with out coming out 'searching', and cutting off your call! Almost sounds like dejavu ha.

    Despite rechecking the advert, which had no mention of the product being reconditioned, I later found out that pretty much all of the phones at Telephonesonline are reconditioned! Whether is says so on Amazon or there own website.

    There custom service is pretty good, they'll happily continue to exchange you broken phone for another, and another.....

    In the end, I went to Argos
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