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GE 29369GE1 Big Button Corded Desktop Phone with Call Waiting Caller ID and Speakerphone

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  • Big buttons and extra large display make phone easy to operate
  • Call-Waiting Caller ID with 75 name and number memory
  • Speakerphone provides the convenience of hands-free communication
  • 10 number memory with 3 one-touch dial buttons
  • Backlit LCD with adjustable contrast for easy reading under all lighting conditions
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Product Description

Product Description

GE Big Button Speakerphone with Call-Waiting Caller ID, Extra Large Display, Mute button, Auto Transfer to Handset,

From the Manufacturer

Corded 29369GE1

Reliable, affordable, sleek and contemporary, GE’s comprehensive line of corded phones has been designed with the most popular features, including call waiting/caller id, speakerphone and answering system. We’ve got the phone that meets your needs--from a basic, single-line model to a multi-line telephone that’s perfect for business with three-way call conferencing, name/number memory, and line status indicator. And, corded phones work even in a power outage, so you’ll never be out of touch!

  • Large, Easy-To-Use Buttons: Simplify entering phone numbers.
  • Call-Waiting Caller ID with 75 name and number memory: Display shows name and number of incoming call even if you're on the phone. Memory holds information for the latest 75 calls.
  • Automatic Date & Time Set: Date and time set automatically with first incoming call.
  • Base Speakerphone: Provides convenience of hands-free communications
  • Handset Volume Control: Adjusts incoming call volume to desired level.
  • Ringer Volume Control: Adjusts loudness of ringer.
  • Backlit LCD with Contrast Adjustment: Large LCD is illuminated and adjustable for easy reading under all lighting conditions.
  • 10 Number Memory with 3 One-Touch Dial Buttons: Speeds dialing of frequently used numbers.
  • One-Touch Redial: Quickly redials the last number dialed.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 2.8 x 9.5 inches ; 2.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00079VIFU
  • Item model number: 29369GE1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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Customer Reviews

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 24, 2006
This one has everything. Super large LIGHTED caller ID, volume control for handset, power adapter for the caller id, many many extras. Im usually sucked in by the 10.00 phones and they always end up in the garbage. I thought I would try this one. I almost didnt because of the 29.00 price but it is well worth it. This is not a cheap phone. Its even angled perfect for the desk. The speakerphone sounds great as well. I love it and will probably buy another for the other desk in the house.
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130 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Mark Hite on June 13, 2007
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I bought this phone for my elderly mother and it has many great features for her: easy to read large buttons, large caller id screen, easy volume controls. It should be the perfect phone for a person with sight limitations except that it has a very serious flaw that makes me recommend against buying it.

The hand set does not sit firmly in the base, making it very easy to hang up the phone and actually leave it off the hook. This has been a potential safety hazard for my mother and she had to stop using this phone to avoid going without phone service by not realizing that the phone was disconnected.
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69 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Sidney A. Bordelon Jr. on January 13, 2007
This is a rotten product in my opinion. I bought it particularly for the speakerphone feature, but I was very disappointed. It's not a duplex. It's a push to talk feature. The system trys to determine when you are finished talking, then switches to the other party so he can talk. But that often cuts you off before you finish speaking. Very poor device. I recommend you pay more money to get a duplex (2-way) speakerphone.
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By From the Balcony on May 31, 2006
I like the phone except for one REALLY BAD problem. The handset does not fit properly on the phone, it is too easy to incorrectly place the phone on hook (you think it is on hook, but it isn't). I have had the phone a couple of months, and this problem has rendered my phone line dead (no dial tone) about 10 times now. When my other phones don't work, I have to go put the handset of this phone back on properly. Never had this problem with any other phone.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By L. Christnot on September 19, 2006
I got to agree with the other reviewers. This is one of the best phones I ever had for my kitchen-the extra large LIGHTED caller id feature was the selling point for me. It does require you to plug it in, but you don't have to worry about batteries leaking or running out. The speaker part has adjustable volume, and the caller id itself has contrast adjustments, it lists how long you have been on the phone while you are on that call, and one of the best parts is, if you get multiple calls from the same phone number, it will list each call and time INDIVIDUALLY, not overlap them. Thinking about putting one in the bedroom so when someone calls at night you can see who it is without turning on the light. The only drawback is the phone doesn't sit in the cradle snuggly, so you will have to be a little more careful when you hang up. GREAT PHONE!
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93 of 104 people found the following review helpful By OutDo13 on March 21, 2007
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This is a fine phone. Unfortunately, none of the descriptions indicate that for the caller ID and speakerphone to work, you have to plug in an included electrical adapter to a nearby electrical outlet. (Only the very first Amazon comment mentioned an adapter). That's why it "needs no batteries". This also means that if the power is out, while the phone will work, the caller ID and and speakerphone will not. (Yes, logic should have told me that no batteries = electrical adapter, but I shouldn't have to resort to logic to "know" the basic features/requirements of the phone)

If that's not a problem for you, then it gets 5 stars. Because the manufacturer (nor Amazon) not only did not state this, but rather by its wording and emphasis on "no batteries" appears to me to be intentionally misleading us, it gets only 3 stars.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Research Nut on October 4, 2008
If you look on the back of the phone, the stand portion on the back of the phone can be detached and reversed. It is marked "THIS END UP FOR WALL USE" on one side, and marked "THIS END UP FOR DESK USE" on the other side. Correct placement of this detachable piece is crucial to provide the proper inclination for the handset to fit securely on the cradle. (i.e. for desktop use, the detachable stand covers the battery compartments and will look like the product picture shown on Amazon; for wallmount use, the detachable stand covers the model# & barcode sticker areas). When this is done, there is absolutely no chance of leaving the handset off hook since gravity pulls the handset down snugly on the base. It is also quite difficult to bump the handset off the base in these positions - it fits very securely on the hook. I'm 100% sure that the complaints regarding the "bad angle" for wall-mounting were due to the detachable bottom piece being mistakenly inserted in the "desktop" position, and that the complaints about the handset sliding off the hook when placed on a desk were due to the detachable bottom piece being mistakenly inserted in the "wall-mount" position.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Glowbug on October 13, 2007
I was reviewing this phone and plan on purchasing the product. My overall notation from the "reviews" was make sure the receiver/handset is on base correctly. Might I suggest turn phone over and reverse the base as to "wall mount". Here's what I mean, we are viewing and get the phone on "slant" position for desk, which makes the receiver sit slanted, all or most phones on the back the Plastic back reverses to a wall mount position. Reverse the slant, unsnap the back and turn it other way, it snaps in place. It will make the phone receiver sit flatter on phone and not slanted down.
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