Panasonic KXTG4112C DECT 6.0 PLUS Expandable Two Handset Cordless Phone
- Unique talking phone technology announces incoming Caller ID information
- Large, easy to see backlit display allows viewing in all light conditions
- Night mode allows you to program handsets to ring or not at your discretion
- Call block eliminates unwanted calls by sending a busy signal
- Headset Not Compatible
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Unique talking phone technology announces incoming Caller ID information Large, easy to see backlit display allows viewing in all light conditions Night mode allows you to program handsets to ring or not at your discretion Call block eliminates unwanted calls by sending a busy signal Headset Not Compatible
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. You can also "lose" the handset charging cradle if you prefer your own NiMH charger since the batteries are standard and interchangeable.
. NiMH is better than NiCd because it has no (or neglectable) memory effect.
. The charging cradle is smart - it stops charging when the batteries are full.
. The charging cradle is green - it (including the AC adapter) consumes almost no electricity itself (thus no unnecessary waste of power when leaving a fully-charged handset in the cradle).
. The charging cradle is green - it won't "claw back" electricity from the batteries when the AC adapter is unplugged.
None of the above is true for another brand of DECT 6.0 cordless phone that I used. For example, during a day of power outage the charging cradle of the other brand drained the battery that it had charged the day before (AC adapter left on the power-less wall socket).
I give 4 instead of 5 stars for three reasons:
(1) the speakerphone is at the back of the handset (while microphone is at the front). I understand that it's difficult to put it at the already crowded front, but this results in a slightly awkward listening experience when using speakerphone.
(2) it could have been using two AA batteries instead of two AAA. It currently lasts about 5 days for me between charges (I returned it to cradle only when the batteries are out). If AA is used it would be at least two weeks (the included AAA is at 550 mAh, while LSD AA is typically at 2000 mAh). The handset has room for larger AA batteries if designed properly, without enlarging handset physical size.
(3) I'm just too picky on phones
Everything else of the phone is quite professional. I'd highly recommend it.