PHILIPS SE1451B Digital Cordless Telephone + Answering Machine 19.99 was £ 39.99 - HotUKDeals
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Cool Price for a Digital Answering Machine, looks sexy
Up to 300 m range to ensure a secure reception
Virtually interference free
Never miss a call
10-minute recording time
Digital answering machine
Effortless ergonomics
Ergonomic feel
Relaxed use
Philips
Cordless phone answer machine
SE1451B
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#1
that is one nice looking phone!
#2
cheers just had to take my bt mango back to argos as wasnt working properly and they gave me a refund as ran out of stock so was on the look out for a new cordless phone. Alot nicer looking as well and very decent price i have just ordered one for collection and will get 3 % quidco as well :w00t:
#3
Be aware, I had the dual version (SE635 I think it was) and the phone itself worked great except for one gotcha...

Even if you turn the answering machine [COLOR="Red"]OFF[/COLOR] It still lifts the line and answers the call after 10 rings. I had 2 from Argos and ended up taking them both back, in my opinion OFF means OFF, not answer after 10 rings anyway then do nothing, no message zip, just a dead line to the caller. Rang Philips load of times and eventually got a guy who seemed quite senior, he told me that it was a "feature" and [COLOR="Red"]ALL[/COLOR] Philips answering machines do this by design, something to do with remote access to messages. Hence my next one won't be a Philips...

If you can get to the phone within 10 rings its not a problem...
banned#4
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I was looking for a philips cordless, this is an excellent one, nice one mate...cheers
#5
samoyed
Be aware, I had the dual version (SE635 I think it was) and the phone itself worked great except for one gotcha...

Even if you turn the answering machine [COLOR="Red"]OFF[/COLOR] It still lifts the line and answers the call after 10 rings. I had 2 from Argos and ended up taking them both back, in my opinion OFF means OFF, not answer after 10 rings anyway then do nothing, no message zip, just a dead line to the caller. Rang Philips load of times and eventually got a guy who seemed quite senior, he told me that it was a "feature" and [COLOR="Red"]ALL[/COLOR] Philips answering machines do this by design, something to do with remote access to messages. Hence my next one won't be a Philips...

If you can get to the phone within 10 rings its not a problem...


I have a philips phone with answering machine which does not do this- its about 3 years old and was the top model when I bought it. I have hardly ever used the answerphone and there is rarely ever anyone to answer the phone except in the evenings - I have never come back to see the answerphone turned on.

On the other hand I had a Bt answerphone about 13 years ago which did exactly the same thing you describe although I seem to think it had to ring for slightly longer to trigger the ON for the answer machine.

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