IDECT X1 Twin Digital Cordless Telephone down to ONLY £30! @ Asda - HotUKDeals
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I have been after a set of these for a while and was glad when I walked down the electronics isle in my local asda (dewsbury). Personally I think these are sexy phones, and are of top quality!
They had the Idect X1 single down from £25 to £20 of which they had loads left. Then next to I noticed the ticket for the Idect X1 Twin set, down from £43 to £30.. but non there! Luckily I found one on the shelf below on its own and it did turn out to be £30!
Spoke to one of the members of staff and this is nationwide so be quick before they go! Also an excellent xmas gift for the house.
Dont think its online either as checked the website.
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#1
Got these for £56 from Tesco years ago - They aren't the best phones. Very quiet and crackly - Ended up binning and buying new ones because we couldn't stand the static sound!
#2
also tried these and they are v poor imo
#3
I have these in black and yes they are quiet. I would not buy them again.
#4
I have the exact same phone in my house and they are not great!

The battery is always dead even though it's permanently on its stand and it's been like that since we bought it.

The phone will ring and when you take it off the stand it stops ringing but you haven't actually answered, you just hope that it starts to ring again so you can answer.

Phone looks nice and the features and sound quality are good but for the above reasons I couldn't recommend.
#5
yes agree with the above and for me every time i used them i would have a rash across my face where the phone rested,doc thought i was talking crap when i said i was allergic to my phone
#6
edjaned;7161227
yes agree with the above and for me every time i used them i would have a rash across my face where the phone rested,doc thought i was talking crap when i said i was allergic to my phone

Cancer causing radiation, no doubt.
#7
Mikey1610
I have the exact same phone in my house and they are not great!

The battery is always dead even though it's permanently on its stand and it's been like that since we bought it.

The phone will ring and when you take it off the stand it stops ringing but you haven't actually answered, you just hope that it starts to ring again so you can answer.

Phone looks nice and the features and sound quality are good but for the above reasons I couldn't recommend.


Yes forgot to add that bit -- It would ring and then you pick up and beeeeep its dead... even though its been on charge forever !!! Hated them
#8
We had these phones for two years - paid something like £60 for them and they were ok. Then we purchased some Panasonic ones from Tesco a few months back for £30 and we now realise how terrible they were. Unfriendly shape to hold, poor volume, terrible meny system and just all round annoying. Stay away from Idect!
#9
I dont think you can go wrong for £30.. sorry you guys have had bad experiences with these but with the idect phones I have used in the past they have been great.
#10
If you want DECT phones to use, as opposed to ones you look at, then there is ONLY Panasonic to choose from. I have tried so many, and none come close.

Offers on here are not too common, but they do come around sometimes!
#11
This "bargain" has just brought back terrible memories of experiences with these phones. I could only recommend people stay away from them, however if someone did want to take the plunge tesco has another idect twin pack on offer for £25 instore which look a bit better. But for all the reasons people have mentioned - keep your distance.
#12
nihcaj
If you want DECT phones to use, as opposed to ones you look at, then there is ONLY Panasonic to choose from. I have tried so many, and none come close.

Offers on here are not too common, but they do come around sometimes!


Not quite so there are phones better even than Panasonic. I can't rember the brand - but my parents have just bought a pair of DECT phones for about £85 especially built for the elderly. They have a great easy to read display; large keypad; can be extremely loud (my mums partially deaf) and have a graphic equaliser so you can tune the sound to your hearing and save the profile.

They even look good and put my new Panasonics to shame...
#13
wombat6025;7171438
Not quite so there are phones better even than Panasonic. I can't rember the brand - but my parents have just bought a pair of DECT phones for about £85 especially built for the elderly. They have a great easy to read display; large keypad; can be extremely loud (my mums partially deaf) and have a graphic equaliser so you can tune the sound to your hearing and save the profile.

They even look good and put my new Panasonics to shame...


Interesting... volume is a particular point... I am not what most people would consider deaf by any standards, but a lifetime of Tuba playing near very loud percussion has left me with some hearing loss, just like industrial deafness, and phone calls are the No.1 problem (closely followed by PA systems, and picking out voices in conversation in a noisy place!)

The Panasonics are the best by far I have found so far, if I use it in Loudspeaker mode especially, and mine has a headphone socket too, although that is a little disappointing. I tend to use VOIP or Voice on MSN Messnger rather thaan normal POTS calls when I can, as it is far better sound quality than ANY normal handset, but it isn't always convenient.
#14
nihcaj
Interesting... volume is a particular point... I am not what most people would consider deaf by any standards, but a lifetime of Tuba playing near very loud percussion has left me with some hearing loss, just like industrial deafness, and phone calls are the No.1 problem (closely followed by PA systems, and picking out voices in conversation in a noisy place!)

The Panasonics are the best by far I have found so far, if I use it in Loudspeaker mode especially, and mine has a headphone socket too, although that is a little disappointing. I tend to use VOIP or Voice on MSN Messnger rather thaan normal POTS calls when I can, as it is far better sound quality than ANY normal handset, but it isn't always convenient.


I checked with the aged Ps and their phones are Amplicon PowerTel 500 - they bought them off the RNID website. Quite expensive but they saved the VAT 'cos of mums deafness... ...not sure whether tuba players qualify :whistling: They do appear to work as a phone conversation with mum is now almost 'normal' - have to remind her to "press the 'button'" but then I hardly have to repeat myself for the remainder of the call ;-)

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