PHONES panasonic KX-TG1614EH Quad Cordless Phones £35 @ Tesco kings lynn
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PHONES panasonic KX-TG1614EH Quad Cordless Phones £35 @ Tesco kings lynn

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Found 28th Jun 2015
Panasonic KX-TG1614EH Quad Cordless Phones, selling in the Tesco store in KINGS LYNN still £110 on tesco direct.

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is this deal available on every tesco?

No. And they are entry lever cheap ones. Unless you need 4, better off spending same money on proper one handset.

I've seen it in the Hull one. About 8-10 left.

I've seen this at several Tescos

I saw a panasonic quad pack in the Banbury store last weekend for this price but I can't say if it was the same model as I didn't look that closely, they also had a BT quad pack for £25 but it was the last one and we got it for my girlfriends father

Wow quad core phones, what will they think of next??

My tesco had a clearout a couple of weeks ago. Everything was £1 and the money went for charity. I bought a panasonic quad pack for £1. That's what I call bargain.:)

Bargain for four telephones. Remember that each handset/base unit needs plugging into the mains, and will use £5 to £10 of electricity per year. The addition to your power bill could cost more every 12 months than the purchase price!

Is it unlocked?

Genuine question - can these be used as an internal phone system? Could I use one handset upstairs to call another handset in the garden?
I don't have a landline, but would like to set-up an internal phone system

@solid - yes they have an internal calling / intercom system

jaffacake

Bargain for four telephones. Remember that each handset/base unit needs … Bargain for four telephones. Remember that each handset/base unit needs plugging into the mains, and will use £5 to £10 of electricity per year. The addition to your power bill could cost more every 12 months than the purchase price!


How are you calculating that? I'm guessing that means 5-10w of power use, but do they really use that much constantly? Presumably they're battery powered and only need to keep the battery topped up. An iPad charging at it's maximum rate only uses 12w of power (perhaps a bit more after transformer losses), so I would think a house phone uses very much less than that.

Edit: Just checked my (much older) Panasonic phone, and the charger/base uses a 6V 350mA adapter. So that's about 2W, even when charging the phone at maximum rate. Most of the time I imagine it's much less.
Edited by: "Dodge62" 30th Jun 2015

Dodge62

How are you calculating that? I'm guessing that means 5-10w of power use, … How are you calculating that? I'm guessing that means 5-10w of power use, but do they really use that much constantly? Presumably they're battery powered and only need to keep the battery topped up. An iPad charging at it's maximum rate only uses 12w of power (perhaps a bit more after transformer losses), so I would think a house phone uses very much less than that.Edit: Just checked my (much older) Panasonic phone, and the charger/base uses a 6V 350mA adapter. So that's about 2W, even when charging the phone at maximum rate. Most of the time I imagine it's much less.


If they are efficient transformers they should use less than a watt, so likely to be around a quid a year or less per phone

solid

Genuine question - can these be used as an internal phone system? Could I … Genuine question - can these be used as an internal phone system? Could I use one handset upstairs to call another handset in the garden?I don't have a landline, but would like to set-up an internal phone system



They usually have an intercom function on modern phones, so yes.

Loopijuce

They usually have an intercom function on modern phones, so yes.



Mine has that function, but I find calling downstairs for service (cup of tea, biscuits and maybe the newspaper) somehow seems to cause a negative functionality experience with my wife. Maybe I need to get a newer phone.

Damn none at my local Tesco
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