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149 of 156 people found the following review helpful
on 23 May 2009
Panasonic KXTG8322 Colour DECT Digital Cordless Telephone Twin with Answer Machine - Black
Panasonic KXTG8323 Colour DECT Digital Cordless Telephone Trio with Answer Machine - Black

Got this recently as I had to have the much needed answerphone feature. We already had an older Panasonic (Model KX-TCD755E) and were very happy with it. Excellent battery life, sturdy, reliable, loads of features is what I had become used to. The new phones have a similar pedigree although are much lighter, a bit more plasticky with cheap looking silver bits bolted on. I was willing to live with this as there are other redeeming features such as better buttons and clearer LCD colour screen. The firmware is more or less the same as the earlier model, which made it easier for me to set up. The SMS Text feature only works on BT Line. If you are connected to Virgin Cable - forget it. One major drawback though is the operation of the hands-free speakerphone. For some strange reason it is unable to be deactivated during a call. Once you turn it on - it's on until you hang up. It's a bit of an own goal on behalf of Panasonic as the speakerphone feature on the older models were switchable during calls. I often use hands-free when I'm put in a caller queue as it allows me to make a cuppa while waiting. In the past I would run in and revert to normal use once the Musak stopped and a real person came on the line. I now have to adopt one of those Apprentice poses and clearly enunciate my vowels!
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
on 5 October 2009
This phone was rated a "Best Buy" by Which? Magazine. It was purchased to replace a similar phone who's battery recharging function had seriously deteriorated.
It has a large number of useful features. I particularly like the large display screen, it's ability to store up to 200 numbers and bar unwanted callers. I find that the set sound level is not high enough for me but it is possible to increase it during the call. One small personal 'niggle' is that the 2m connecting wire is not as long as before, which prevents siting in the most convenient position.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 4 August 2010
I bought this phone set because I needed answer phone facilities and an extension phone but did not want to load my phone line with another separate phone for the sake of my rather poor broadband connection. I have found the phones look attractive and function very well.

Points in favour:
* The phone is light, easy to use, and the menu system is well arranged.
* The answer phone features can be controlled from either phone as well as the base station
* Many of the phone features (e.g phone book, caller list) can be accessed from one handset even while the other is in use without disturbing the call
* Answer phone messages can be accessed remotely while away from home using an assigned PIN number.

Would have liked:
* It would be nice to have some indication that someone had called without having to pick up the phone and view the caller list. An LED on the base station shows when a message has been recorded, but not when a call has been missed.

Points against:
* The phone is able to copy phone book entries to the other handset, either all or individually, but it does not seem possible to assign to which category the entry will go. If you assign two categories, "Friends" and "Business", a copied entry will always go into the first category "Friends". There is also no way of moving entries between categories. This makes keeping both handsets' phone books up to date rather tedious if you want to use separate categories.
* The metal surround appears very tinny and in my case was slightly corroded. It looks like it would be easily damaged if the phone were dropped

All in all though, a good phone which does its job well.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 7 October 2009
Bought these after reading good reviews on Amazon. Previously had BT Synergies for a number of years and had problems with batteries not charging and handsets switching off as soon as they were lifted off base or the answer call button was pressed - helpline was not helpful! Tried swapping units over, changing base stations, etc, but always ended up shouting at phone. Anyway, on to Panasonics - only had them for a few weeks, but so far, so good. Handset volume could do with being a bit louder - turned up to its maximum and still struggle to hear quiet voices. Also, on set up, had to input all numbers manually, whereas BT had a port for SIM card to be inserted to copy numbers. Apart from these minor points, set up was easy and handset use is fairly self explanatory.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 1 March 2010
Plenty of positive reviews for this product already, so why another one? Simple.. I was sceptical of buying a replacement set of phones for home, after all a phone is a phone is a phone.. right?

Well.. wrong... as I have been VERY impressed by the quality, function, ease of use and overall looks of this phone duo. It looks GREAT, the display dims once the phone is back in the cradle (or you can switch it off completely).. so it isnt glaring at night. The ring tones can be made LOUD if your a bit deaf.. and plenty of tones/music to chose from (all polyphonic midi type tunes). Answer machine is superb.. easy to program, easy to record your own greeting, easy to play back messages left.

A good speakerphone, again.. easy to switch back and forth from if needed. I have Virgin MEdia for my phone line, so I got them to enable CallerID and its cool that the phone number pops up nice and big in the display and lets me decide whether to answer it or not.

A handy feature is when you add a number to the phone directory... you can of course assign a name to match the phone number... so "MUM" pops up if Mum calls... but the handy feature is being able to copy the updated directory on one phone to the other.. so both phones will always be up to date in terms of callers stored.

All in all... these phones are VALUE FOR MONEY !! You can buy cheaper, but IMHO you wont buy better !!!!
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
on 6 August 2009
smooth purchase and delivery. excellent product. definitely good value for money. easy to set up and use. night mode particularly useful. only negative is that the colour screen is nowhere near the quality of mobile phones...but that is just nitpicking.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on 29 October 2009
This is a great phone. Having read some previous negative reviews, I decided to actually read the comprehensive manual. The phone does everything that I would want, and more. Speakerphone is easy to turn off, copying numbers to the other hanset is a doodle etc etc. The display is bright and easy to read without having to put my specs on. My one criticism is that the selection of ring tones is a bit naff; so I set it to just ring like a telephone. Boring maybe - but it is a phone after all. A good purchase.
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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful
on 7 July 2009
Having left our old Panasonic phone (some 10yrs old) on the bonnet of my landi leaving my husband to retrieve it from the central reservation of the nearby dual-carriageway, this was a bit of an emergency purchase. (The phone did still work - just couldn't hear very well!!). The new one arrived ahead of schedule at 8.30pm (thanks Amazon and Citylink man). I read everyones reviews and decided yep BT phones are useless (got a basic plug in thing that makes me sound as if I am at north-pole) and decided to go Panasonic again. Some people write really boring reviews, getting excited about functions the rest of us are far to busy to bother with, so for the practical amongst us, some core details: easy to set up without actually reading the instructions; looks fine; not major ringtones (but who cares it rings!); - and usable in half an hour. Probably could cook dinner for me if I was interested but does the usual stuff with ease. Whats more when I phoned poor husband to celebrate new phone, could hear the conversation on the next table to him (if I didn't listen to him...!)the sound is that clear.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 29 September 2009
we have trying all brands of dect phones for the house none of them come anywhere near these pannies. They are clear in sound, the screen is bright and can be read by people with poor eyesight (like my wife)answer machine works great and is all ready set up but you can also customize in fact a brill piece of kit.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on 7 November 2009
Hi, thinking of buying this phone? Well I would it works well. The answer machine tells you the time and date of any messages. You can switch the back light off for the screen on the handsets if you want to. Top tip, read the manual! Easy to set up, put numbers in one handset and then you can copy them to the other. Looks nice and is comfortable to use.
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