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Binatone Style 1210 twin cordless phones with answering machine only £7.50 instore at Sainsburys

£7.50 @ Sainsbury's
Picked these up yesterday, reduced from £29.99. There was also the iDect x1 for £7.50 and a pack with a corded phone and a cordless one for £9.99. Style 1210 features: 3 line display 40 name and… Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Picked these up yesterday, reduced from £29.99. There was also the iDect x1 for £7.50 and a pack with a corded phone and a cordless one for £9.99.
Style 1210 features:
3 line display
40 name and number phonebook
Up to 8 hours talk time and up to 80 hours standby
Up to 15 minutes digital recording time with remote access
Caller display* stores information on the last 20 calls
8 ringer melodies
Last 10 number redial
Adjustable ringer and earpiece volume
Call duration display
EZcom
- Turns your multipack handsets into a virtual set of two way radios. Now you can speak to your family members all over the house with just a press of a button
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#1
Seems a great price but average reviews on Amazon (where they are still nearly £40)...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Binatone-Style-1210-Twin-Dect/dp/B000XUO5NU
#2
rang Salford store, was told all out. typical Sainsbury's deal. never be lucky.
#3
Sainsbury's special....ahhh...like hens teeth
#4
They are £7.50 for a reason;-)

Binatone do not make quality phones, never have and probably never will:whistling:

and YES I am speaking from experience here:thumbsup: save you money.
#5
i work in a store that sells phones, & binatone is the brand that get returned the most, for being faulty.
#6
ahhh well, our other Binatone did us good, not broken now just wanted a new one so got these.
You win some, you lose some i suppose.
#7
I picked one from Sainsbury's last week, a single phone for £7.50 I think and was disgusted by its appearance. Not for me, but heat to the Op for the post.
#8
these are terrible. mine kept crashing, meaning you had to take the batteries out to reset the unit. after 6 months a full charge would last about 15 mins. they are cheap for a reason.
#9
surcha
I picked one from Sainsbury's last week, a single phone for £7.50 I think and was disgusted by its appearance. Not for me, but heat to the Op for the post.


You were "disgusted" by a phones appearance? Blimey - get out more pmsl
#10
I've tried most manufacturers phones and sadly ime it's a false economy. Save your pennies for a panasonic one it will outlast ten of these. Kudos to the poster though for finding it at a very cheap price.
#11
VOTED COLD.

Even if these phones were a pound they still wouldnt be worth it.
Binatone make horrible quality products, ive been bitten 3 times now and ive finally learned.
Really not worth the hastle.. save yourself the money and put it towards a good set that wont break within a week.
#12
ssouthall6
I've tried most manufacturers phones and sadly ime it's a false economy. Save your pennies for a panasonic one it will outlast ten of these. Kudos to the poster though for finding it at a very cheap price.


i agree there m8 had mine 2+yrs now and only now starting to go bad altho i believe its the battery which is a quick replacment i hope :)
#13
Well, I have always owned Binatone phones and never had a problem with them...
#14
I've been to local sainsburys and on the till the phones went through for £29.99, that was an hour before I posted the comment!
#15
29.99 in London Colney
#16
Same here its still £29.99 in Lewisham and New Cross (London)
#17
Not bad price but from experience a false economy. Panasonic well worth the extra cash.

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