Sagemcom Sixty Digital Cordless Retro Style Telephone with Answering Machine - Black
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- Alphanumeric display with video reverse
- Hands free and amplified listening
- Digital answering machine with upto 20 minutes recording time
- 150 name and number phonebook
- Capacitive touch panel
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Sagemcom SIXTY is bringing the combination of modern technology and a classic design. It's original design, smooth and shiny finish will make this phone stand out in any environment.For your comfort the SIXTY cordless phone is bursting with features which allow you enjoy your "talk time" even more. The hands-free mode enables you keep going while staying in touch with your family and friends.
The sagemcom sixty brings together the combination of modern technology and a classic design. Its original design is smooth and has a shiny finish plus its touchscreen functionality make this phone stand out in any environment. For your comfort the sixty cordless phone is bursting with features which allow you to enjoy your catch ups even more. The hands free mode offers you flexibility while staying in touch with your family and friends. The sagemcom sixty lets you enjoy upto 120 hours of stand by and a talk time of up to 10 hours. No matter how much you have to say the sagemcom sixty will let you say it. It is so easy to use and its navigable functions will allow you to stay in touch with friends and family with ease, its touchscreen functionality helping with this.
Helping the environment as well as your wallet, the automatic power management will make the sixty extremely power efficient when not in use. A 150 name phone book will enable you to store all those important numbers for quick and easy dialling. If you’re out and about the sixty will take any missed calls on its 20 minute answering machine ensuring you’re always kept in the loop.
Further features include an alphanumeric display with video reverse, caller identification (name and number) depending on network, country and subscriptions, 7 polyphonic ringtones, 6 different languages, 2 Hi fi ringtones and 5 contrast levelsSee all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
All my friends want it. I wish we could have other fancy colours soon !
Additionally, I find that I have got used to having dialing keys in the handset. I frequently find it is a nuisance to have to go back to the base station to ring a number that I have looked up somewhere else.
Unfortunately the good aspects such as very clear sound and good looks are over-shadowed by its faults.
I bought this about 3 months ago, lured by the stupidly bling appearance and I have given it a chance to grow in my affections. But it failed. I replaced it with a Siemens C300A yesterday. A proper phone with two handsets for half the price.
The Sixty is wrong in almost every way. The handset feels cheap and flimsy in your hand; The screen, although large, has fuzzy characters; If someone hangs up without leaving a message the answering machine obligingly records around 15 seconds of dialtone and then flashes to say you have a message; And then flashes to say you've missed a call (or sometimes it doesn't depending on rules only it can understand); If you make a call to someone who is engaged and hang up it will flash to say you've missed a call!!!!! The menu structure is fiddly when trying to clear all these erroneously flashing lights; When trying to tell you who has rung the display can't show you all the phone number; The available ringtones are truly naff in my opinion; Callers' voices sound quite muffled; You have to stand by the base unit to make a call or see who is calling even though the handset is cordless; It doesn't work well, if at all, with answering services that require you to have a touch-tone phone - So despair if you are faced with a "Press 1 to speak to an adviser" (this was the straw that broke my back). Do I need to go on?
On the upside it is Very Orange and the lights flash.
I've learned my lesson.
I wish I could give zero stars. One is far too many.
Other colour choice would be good
Handset sound quality muffled compared to Panasonic- but OK. No volume control on handset so you have to do adjustments at the base.
The main gotchas are:- you can't in practise run two of these - the slave one will not dial out. To use instead third party phones, you register those to the Sagem base - again its not practical to register the Sagem to another systems base (won't dial if you do this). So we set our Panasonics as slaves to the Sagem base - can only run a total of 5 phones this way and we lose the "time" and all other display info on the Panasonics. In the end we're running the Sagem as a stand alone phone with its answerphone off, in parallel with our other system. That works for us ! I do like the phone .
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great phone but one major problem, we cannot get the flashing light over no1 will go out, it has been continually flashing since we bought it, any ideas how to stop this?Published 4 months ago by Jane Randall
Aesthetically I love this phone. However I wish the lead was longer because it barely stretches three feet across the room and as the dialling numbers are on the base of the phone,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jay G
Great looking phone, but 3 stars as the speaker output is very quiet and despite the answer phone being set to 6 rings, it only takes 2 to kick inPublished 7 months ago by Mac
Nice phone,classy retro design.top purchase and good delivery.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Broken after less than a year - it's really a poorly made piece of tech. Wish I'd spent 3 times less on a basic cordless.Published 8 months ago by Clare
Looks great but only used a few times before the handset stopped working properly. We're techies but I must admit that it really was quite a complex phone to use. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. G. Parr