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Magicbox Katana Telephone with Answer Machine - Single £14.99 at Argos
Magicbox Katana Telephone with Answer Machine - Single £14.99 at Argos

Magicbox Katana Telephone with Answer Machine - Single £14.99 at Argos

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Magicbox Katana Telephone with Answer Machine - Single.

Telephone:

50 name and number memories.
10 ringtones.
Last number redial.
Caller ID.
Call log.
Call transfer.
Call waiting.
Handsfree facility.
Speaker and ringer volume control.
Alarm.
Large display.
Up to 10 hours talktime/100 hours standby.
Up to 50m indoor range/300m outdoor range.

Answer machine:

60 mins recording time.
2 pre-recorded messages.
Personalised recording facility.
Message playback from handset and base.

9 Comments

I have been using it for a while. No problem at all

We have been using it for a while without any problem.

Does the handset have a speaker phone ie 'not' just on the base unit? Also, can anyone comment on the volume of the ear piece? I don't mean the volume of the speaker phone (if it has one), I mean the volume in the ear piece when taking a call normally.

Thank you in advance.

I got the triple pack last time it was on offer, very happy with quality compared to endless crap BT branded ones I've had. Ear volume is decent, speaker phone on handsets is pretty loud too... base unit answerphone is thunderously loud when maxed...lol only downers in my view is the menu system is a bit clumsy and the ringtones available dont include a normal bell fx ringer, 8 from the 10 ringtones are very annoying so would never be used, the other couple are okay.

Edited by: "Highway72" 11th May 2011

think your first post was spammed as its already posted

Highway72

I got the triple pack last time it was on offer, very happy with quality … I got the triple pack last time it was on offer, very happy with quality compared to endless crap BT branded ones I've had. Ear volume is decent, speaker phone on handsets is pretty loud too... base unit answerphone is thunderously loud when maxed...lol only downers in my view is the menu system is a bit clumsy and the ringtones available dont include a normal bell fx ringer, 8 from the 10 ringtones are very annoying so would never be used, the other couple are okay.


Thank you for that info Highway.

Guan

Some mixed reviews for this.In two minds about the twin handset version … Some mixed reviews for this.In two minds about the twin handset version of this one or the [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F5528587.htm]Motorola D1112 Telephone with Answer Machine - Twin.[/url]Would appreciate some feedback on the Motorola if anyone has tried it?Thanks.


Some reviews of that one here Guan: cordless-phones.uk.com/cor…one

Also, it's available from Homebase for the same price if that's easier for you. homebase.co.uk/web…587
Edited by: "Blasphemous" 11th May 2011

Blasphemous

Some reviews of that one here Guan: … Some reviews of that one here Guan: http://www.cordless-phones.uk.com/cordless-phones/multihandset-answering-machine/review/motorola-d1112-twin-phoneAlso, it's available from Homebase for the same price if that's easier for you. http://www.homebase.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=110&storeId=10151&partNumber=5528587


Thanks Blasphemous, already had seen those but had only 3 reviews. Prefer the look of the Katana's but will probably go for the Motorola's due to the larger screen.
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