Doro Handle Easy 326 GSM SIM Free Big Button Mobile Phone - White & Grey
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- Vibration alert
- Polyphonic ring tones - 9
- Ringer volume settings except off - 7
- Redial memories - 15
- One touch memories - 4
- Two touch memories - 50
- Handset volume settings - 7
- Speaker volume control - 7
- Headset outlet
- Backlit keypad
- LCD backlit display
- Caller ID (network limitations apply)
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The Doro HandleEasy 326gsm has four buttons that can be pre-programmed
with telephone numbers, labelled A to D. This is perfect for numbers
that you frequently use. Large rubberised buttons also make the phone
user-friendly. It is easy to see the phone number keyed in thanks to a
large, high contrast display.
*Does not work with 3 SIM cards
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Top Customer Reviews
Furthermore the positioning of some buttons on the side of the case makes it too easy to press these accidentally when holding the phone ordinarily to use the keypad or to speak into. Also, as mentioned in another review, the charger plug is less than straightforward to insert. A suitable depression in the case around the socket would greatly ease insertion.
Finally, the lack of text message reception capability is a disadvantage on most networks which rely on sending service messages by text such as notice of credit expiry or conditions of use.
The Doro 326I is for my elderly parents, they have struggled with the complexities of menu structures, screen and key size on previous mobiles.
They have both found the Doro easy to use and liked the large screen characters, 4 quick dial buttons, and keyboard. The phone is slightly larger than most mobiles but is still light.
An excellent mobile for elderly, technophobes or those with poor eyesight.
I think that a person whose hands are very disabled by arthritis or a very elderly person unused to technology would find the programming of the buttons a bit tricky and would have to get an obliging grandchild to do it for them.
My only criticism of the design is that I think it would be better to have a large button purely for turning the phone on and off and not to toggle it with the terminate call button.
As yet, this is the best easy to use phone I've been able to find.
UPDATE May 2011: For some time the phone has had a fault whereby it it difficult to turn the phone off. It's a curious fault in that if you leave the phone on for a few hours after trying to turn it off. You can turn it off. I contacted Doro Technical Services about the problem but found them useless. They simply told me that the phone was out of warranty. I won't be buying another Doro phone if this is the standard of technical help they give.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great phone brought it for my dad who has eye sight problems he can see the buttons perfect.
it didn't have letters for the a b c d keys to indicate who it is to dial.
eg TAXI xxxxxxxxxx
also the indication 0n the lcd display doies not show FULLY CHARGED... Read more
I bought this phone for my disabled wife and she could not handle it. It is too complex and too easy to press the wrong button with consequent chaos. It has been binned.Published on 22 Feb. 2013 by Michael Sykes