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Philips SE1504 Quad Phone Set - Was £94.97 Now £47.47 + Quidco @ Tesco.Com (Instore & Online)

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Philips SE1504 Quad Phone Set - Was £94.97 Now £47.47 + Quidco @ Tesco.Com (Instore & Online) This quad set of Philips SE1504 cordless telephones are great to spread around the house to save dashin…
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Philips SE1504 Quad Phone Set - Was £94.97 Now £47.47 + Quidco @ Tesco.Com (Instore & Online)

This quad set of Philips SE1504 cordless telephones are great to spread around the house to save dashing to answer the phone in time. They are finished in stylish gloss black with an easy to read amber LCD display, which makes viewing the 50 names and numbers that can be stored easy to view.

12 hours talk time is available on each telephone which is ample for even the chattiest of people, and with 300m reception range, this provides clear and virtually interference free sound so you can enjoy your conversation wherever you are in the house
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#1
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/4/SS09205-0934TPS413049.jpg
#2
Anybody have these? I'm in the market for 4 new phones and this seems a good deal, but I know looks certainly are not everything when it comes to phones, and I hate speaker to people on bad quality ones.
#3
Tesco have up to half-price on a number of phones - including the single, twin and triple version of this.
In common with the customer reviews of lots of models this model apparently has a difficult to read display which would put me off buying it.
#4
Denzel
Anybody have these? I'm in the market for 4 new phones and this seems a good deal, but I know looks certainly are not everything when it comes to phones, and I hate speaker to people on bad quality ones.


Look at the reviews on the Tesco site for the single, twin and triple - that'll give you a better idea of the phone :thumbsup:

Depending on the number of parrots in your house this review could be very important:-

The ring tones are difficult for my African Grey to imitate.
#5
I have used these phones and they were useless. The look is tacky, keypad is sticky and the sound is rubbish, the phones died in 6-9 months one by one. I wouldn't recommend these to any one.

Few weeks ago I bought Panasonic KX-TG8323 Trio (3 handsets) from Tesco for £77.57 which to me was well worth it. Very stylish and sleek, nice bright good quality key pad, excellent sound quality and comes with speaker phone. WHICH? rated this model as best buy.

Based on my experience I would recommend this model to anyone with a budget of £90 for three handsets.
#6
[QUOTE=wombat6025]Look at the reviews on the Tesco site...

Look at the reviews on the Tesco site for the single, twin and triple - that'll give you a better idea of the phone

Depending on the number of parrots in your house this review could be very important:-
The ring tones are difficult for my African Grey to imitate.

LOL thanks, but it would stop next door's imitating it ;)

As I'm also on the lookout for phones, I'm inspired to check reviews, see whether they're any good etc, as I read a post on a similar handset on here the other day that said it wasn't so great - possibly a different model though.
#7
asnaf
I have used these phones and they were useless. The look is tacky, keypad is sticky and the sound is rubbish, the phones died in 6-9 months one by one. I wouldn't recommend these to any one.

Few weeks ago I bought Panasonic KX-TG8323 Trio (3 handsets) from Tesco for £77.57 which to me was well worth it. Very stylish and sleek, nice bright good quality key pad, excellent sound quality and comes with speaker phone. WHICH? rated this model as best buy.

Based on my experience I would recommend this model to anyone with a budget of £90 for three handsets.


We also recently got some Panasonic ones (not the same as asnaf) and they are excellent. Having read all the reviews I could find, the Panasonic's are consistently better than just about all the others. Yes, they are more expensive, but worth it in my opinion. No experience of these Philips phones, so not voting either way.
#8
asnaf
I have used these phones and they were useless. The look is tacky, keypad is sticky and the sound is rubbish, the phones died in 6-9 months one by one. I wouldn't recommend these to any one.

Few weeks ago I bought Panasonic KX-TG8323 Trio (3 handsets) from Tesco for £77.57 which to me was well worth it. Very stylish and sleek, nice bright good quality key pad, excellent sound quality and comes with speaker phone. WHICH? rated this model as best buy.

Based on my experience I would recommend this model to anyone with a budget of £90 for three handsets.


That Panasonic triple set are currently £58.27 http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.206-6782.aspx
#9
Honestly - this may be a good price but stick to Panasonic.
#10
JonT
Honestly - this may be a good price but stick to Panasonic.


Or Siemens if you can afford them. They use mobile phone frequency range so won't interfere with or get interfered by other 2.4GHz wireless systems in your house. Always get good reviews.
#11
I bought a twinset of philips dect phones about 3 years ago. Lovely styling but the LCD display has faded on one and the batteries didn't seem to get much past the first year. I'm not convinced philips are a quality DECT phone. The quality of my mother's panasonic dect phones is far superior. I personally don't rate the Philips any higher than the real cheap binatones and other cheapo brands. I bought the quad pack from the recent currys offer at £12.99 and they seem better quality than my philips too.
#12
thanks
#13
A shame, my Philips Zenia it as good as it was when I bought it in 2000 (thanks to the AAA NiMH's - infinitely replaceable). Don't make them like this anymore... back in the day... a night out and bag of chips for a shilling etc...

http://i00.twenga.com/phones/cordless-telephone/philips-zenia-6326-p_180553vb.png
#14
Good deal
#15
Panasonic are the way to go. Siemens ok but better for serious stuff at a much higher price range. Panasonic for everyday.

6411 /2/3/4 is no answer phone
6421 /2/3/4 is the same with answerphone
8421 /2/3/4/5/6 is the newest top end

All other models are discontinued older models so beware.

Current comparison for Panasonic http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/287749/module/general/compare/products/displayResult.html?p=KX-TG6421ES&p=KX-TG8421EB&p=KX-TG6411ET
banned#16
Great deal many thanks!
#17
good price hot from me
#18
3.1415926
Panasonic are the way to go. Siemens ok but better for serious stuff at a much higher price range. Panasonic for everyday.
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I agree. Panasonic are the best (and often half price at Tesco). The only problem is they pick up lots of interference, but so do all makes, thanks to wireless hubs/baby monitors.
#19
Snappy8
I agree. Panasonic are the best (and often half price at Tesco). The only problem is they pick up lots of interference, but so do all makes, thanks to wireless hubs/baby monitors.


Can't agree I'm afraid. I have 2 wireless routers and a whole host of other potentially interfering things going on and these new Panasonic phones just cut straight through with no interference.

The trouble is that most times, people are not comparing like with like. There are only 3 current Panasonic phones (6411/6421/8421 and their 2/3/4/5/6 variants with multiple handsets). Other models are obsolete though fine pieces in their own right.
#20
Nookster;6347673
A shame, my Philips Zenia it as good as it was when I bought it in 2000 (thanks to the AAA NiMH's - infinitely replaceable). Don't make them like this anymore...
AFAIK, they all contain AAA NiMHs now.
#21
looking at the comments here really put me off trying to buy philips. Anyone knows how often does panasonic offers come? often? I might hold out to get one which can last me a good time. or maybe i should conside the doro arc offer from currys... hmm.. only 13 quids
#22
pibpob
AFAIK, they all contain AAA NiMHs now.


The joy of sealed battery packs, even when the cell are just AAA's etc.

Seems to be mostly relegated to the cheaper models now, but I'd always check first, even in the space year 2009.

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