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Panasonic KX-TG7303EB Triple Telephone - £39.99 down from £99.99 @ Tesco direct
Panasonic KX-TG7303EB Triple Telephone - £39.99 down from £99.99 @ Tesco direct

Panasonic KX-TG7303EB Triple Telephone - £39.99 down from £99.99 @ Tesco direct

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Looking for a new phone for the house and found these at tesco. Good price for a good quality phone.

This ergonomic and modern looking set of Panasonic phones features 3 handsets. Each phone benefits from having a 100 name and number phonebook which is ideal for keeping all your contact details in one easy-to-access place. The KX-TG7303EB phones also incorporate a speakerphone, making it easy to perform handsfree calls or involve the whole family in a conversation. With 19 polyphonic ringtones, you can have a different ringtone to suit your mood that day. The KX-TG7303EB has a 5 line LCD backlight making it easy to use in low-light conditions. Also featuring a calls log of 50, this set of 3 Panasonic phones ensures you can always stay in touch with those important people in your life.

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Im giving this some heat... but bear in mind there are a bunch of triple handsets reduced at the moment at tesco, several are at the £49.99 mark reduced from 80/90/115 quid

IIRC, these phones suffer from quite poor volume levels.

Mine are ok

Rubix78

Mine are ok



what?????

halifax

what?????



His/Hers are o.k.
Edited by: "tawke" 22nd Feb 2011

...but is it HD?


Joking aside, I'd wait for a set with answerphone at this price.

We had to replace ours after only a couple of years use. One thing that really annoys me is they don't automatically share phonebook entries, so if you are like us you end up with 3 phones all with different variations stored in them. I know you can point them at each other and press 17 different buttons but who actually does this more than the initial setup ?

We bought siemens this time, from what I could research the only brands with a truly shared phonebook are siemens and philips.

I got the 4 pack of these instore for the same price a couple of weeks ago. In general the quality of the phones is good, sound quality is great with reviews also praising the sound. Not sure what the guy above was referring to. Only downside is the bases - crappy plastic.

They are never worth £99. You can get the model above with an answer phone from Amazon for £69
amazon.co.uk/Pan…1_1

They are never worth £99. You can get the model above with an answer phone from Amazon for £69

Hear! hear!

Hi. When you store a name in the phonebook of one handset it doesn't automatically go to the others

PSmith222

They are never worth £99. You can get the model above with an answer … They are never worth £99. You can get the model above with an answer phone from Amazon for £69[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FPanasonic-KX-TG8523EB-Digital-Cordless-Machine%2Fdp%2FB003LPTARA%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-KX-TG8523EB-Digital-Cordless-Machine/dp/B003LPTARA/ref=sr_1_1[/url]



Sorry but are you saying that this is not a bargain at £39.99 because one can buy a different model for £69.99?

Or are you saying that the RRP of £99.99 is not valid because a superior model has a RRP of £109.99?

Or are you saying that 99 is bigger than 69 which is bigger than 39 which is smaller than 109 and just goes on to prove that RRP are quite often a joke?

checkley73

We had to replace ours after only a couple of years use. One thing that … We had to replace ours after only a couple of years use. One thing that really annoys me is they don't automatically share phonebook entries, so if you are like us you end up with 3 phones all with different variations stored in them. I know you can point them at each other and press 17 different buttons but who actually does this more than the initial setup ?We bought siemens this time, from what I could research the only brands with a truly shared phonebook are siemens and philips.



I bought a set of 3 philips from Tesco's and they did not have a shared phonebook, a real pain

yant

Sorry but are you saying that this is not a bargain at £39.99 because one … Sorry but are you saying that this is not a bargain at £39.99 because one can buy a different model for £69.99?Or are you saying that the RRP of £99.99 is not valid because a superior model has a RRP of £109.99?Or are you saying that 99 is bigger than 69 which is bigger than 39 which is smaller than 109 and just goes on to prove that RRP are quite often a joke?:p


The price of £99 was in the headline of the article. It made it look like a fantastic deal, but it's not that fantastic. It's a good deal but not as good as the headline suggested. I just wanted to bring a bit of reality to the place. And I meant to say the one at Amazon is also better model.
People need something to compare an offer with or how can they measure how good it is? Personally I would go for the one from Amazon.

Edited by: "PSmith222" 23rd Feb 2011

PSmith222

The price of £99 was in the headline of the article. It made it look like … The price of £99 was in the headline of the article. It made it look like a fantastic deal, but it's not that fantastic. It's a good deal but not as good as the headline suggested. I just wanted to bring a bit of reality to the place. And I meant to say the one at Amazon is also better model.People need something to compare an offer with or how can they measure how good it is? Personally I would go for the one from Amazon.



I partly agree with you. Personally, an answer phone is a critical feature for a land line phone. For some odd reason, some odd peoples insist on calling my home number during the day. So I would not buy this model unless I was only looking to add the handsets to an existing DECT with answerphone. I also agree that the RRP of £100 is silly but then amazon claims their model has a RRP of £110 so it's no better.

OTOH, it's a bit breaking the "bargain" philosophy of the site to recommend buying something as £70 rather than £40 (a 75% price increase). IMO, a valid "better deal" would be a better featured model for not a lot more, say £40 to £50 no more.

yant

I partly agree with you. Personally, an answer phone is a critical … I partly agree with you. Personally, an answer phone is a critical feature for a land line phone. For some odd reason, some odd peoples insist on calling my home number during the day. So I would not buy this model unless I was only looking to add the handsets to an existing DECT with answerphone. I also agree that the RRP of £100 is silly but then amazon claims their model has a RRP of £110 so it's no better. OTOH, it's a bit breaking the "bargain" philosophy of the site to recommend buying something as £70 rather than £40 (a 75% price increase). IMO, a valid "better deal" would be a better featured model for not a lot more, say £40 to £50 no more.


OK, I think we are just talking about opinions now. Another benefit of the TG85 is you can plug in a headset and keep the phone in your pocket. Which is a very useful feature if you have long phone converstions.
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