GIGASET A120 Digital Cordless Phone - Triple Handsets £24.99 @ Dixons

GIGASET A120 Digital Cordless Phone - Triple Handsets £24.99 @ Dixons

Found 20th Aug 2012
next chapest i have found so far is £34.99
its £24.99 for twin handset version

Keeping in touch shouldn't be hard. For a phone that's easy to use with everything you need to keep in contact, you need the Gigaset A120 Digital Cordless Phone, with three handsets that are perfect for all around your home, using only one phone socket to support all three.

Easy to see display

The 1.4" display makes it simple to see what you're doing so you can easily see who is stored in the 50 entry phone book, making it easy to call all your favourite people.

Speak easy

You can say everything you need to thanks to the long talk time of 18 hours, providing plenty of time for you to chat to your family or catch up on the gossip from your friends.

The A120 phones are also hearing aid compatible, so it's easy to hear your loved ones too.

Don't miss a thing

You can see all your incoming calls and missed calls on the display, and access the redial list, so you'll always know who's called. The redial list makes it easier to call people back.

Make keeping in touch easier than ever with the Gigaset A120 Digital Cordless Phone.

Information Type DECT Cordless Phone
Display Illluminated graphical 1.4" dot matrix display
Range 300 m outside, 50 m inside
Talk time 18 hours
Standby time 200 hours
Phonebook 50 entries
Call log Yes
Ring tones 10 melodies
Ringer Volume Control Yes
Speaker volume control Yes
Hearing-aid friendly Yes
Other features Alarm
Power source 230V/2 AAA batteries (NiHM), 400 mAh
Dimensions Length x width x depth: 24.8 x 10.8 x 18.6 mm
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"...Power source 230V/2 AAA batteries (NiHM), 400 mAh..."
18hrs talktime from 400mAh batteries! Surely that must be incorrect? Would expect at least 1000mAh. Maybe should be 1400mAh(?) otherwise budget for additional qty 06 decent power AAA rechargeable batteries.
Now £29.99. Expired.

Edited by: "tonysw9" 16th Sep 2012
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