Binatone 3865 Speakeasy Combo Twin Big Button Telephones & Answering Machine
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- Up to 14 minutes digital answer machine on base
- Up to 10 hours talk time and up to 100 hours standby time
- Hearing Aid Compatible (HAC)
- 50 name and number phonebook on base
- Last 5 number redial
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50 name and number phonebook on base
You get the best of both worlds with the Binatone Speakeasy 3865 telephone, a static conventional phone and a cordless partner.This set is ideal for use either at home or in your office and is brimming with features. A large tilted amber backlit display lets you see who's calling, what time of day it is and lots of other information. the phone includes an answer machine on base with up to 14 minutes digital recording time.The Binatone Speakeasy 3865 includes Hearing Aid Compatible, Last 5 number redial, 50 name and number phonebook, handsfree speakerphone, caller display, 5 polyphonic and 5 standard ringer melodiesSee all Product description
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First impressions of this system, comprising two handsets and a corded base are reasonably good. I put all my regular calls into the Phonebook directory of the corded 'phone and hoped that this could be shared/transferred to each handset automatically to obviate the necessity of going through this whole, arduous rigmarole twice more. Sadly, it did not not seem possible - and if you have ever had to perform this time-consuming, button-pressing operation yourself - especially if you have arthritis - you will appreciate how very useful a transfer facility would have been.
The display initially only shows only the first eight digits of the 'phone number (either as a received number - Caller Display - or a number you have stored in the directory) and this is a nuisance, as at least five of those numbers are the dialling (routing) code - which leaves only three digits of the actual customer's (subscriber's) number viewable in the first instance! True, you can view the rest of the number by pressing # but when you are in the process of receiving a call and wanting to view the calling number before deciding whether to answer it, this is a real pain!
Some reviews comment adversely on the sound quality. I cannot say that I find this poor but an adjustment (Equalizer) is provided should you find the quality not to your liking in some respect.
Once the batteries were charged, the handsets worked well and were relatively easy to set up, as was the corded base. You will probably have to spend a few moments digesting the instructions - or those parts which pertain to your particular use - but they shouldn't present you with a problem. There is a UK helpline number to call if you are in difficulty however.
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