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AT&T TR1909WH Dect 6.0 1-Handset Trimline Landline Telephone with Caller ID

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  • Caller ID/Call Waiting Capability
  • 50 Name/Number Caller ID History
  • The telephone works without AC Power. For the Caller ID to function, four AA batteries are necessary (Sold separately)
  • Display Dial
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This item: AT&T TR1909WH Dect 6.0 1-Handset Trimline Landline Telephone with Caller ID
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Technical Details
Brand NameAT&T
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions10 x 6 x 7 inches
Item model numberTR1909WH
Batteries:2 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
ColorWhite
Number of Items1
SizeOne Size
Manufacturer Part NumberTR1909WH
  
Additional Information
ASINB001S2PKP4
Best Sellers Rank #1,418 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 26, 2006
  
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Product Description

AT&T White Trimline Telephone

Customer Reviews

Am returning both -- a big waste of time.
Goldrush
The phone is wall mountable, but the handset and base do not have an obvious hook arrangement to hold the handset.
Amazon Customer
Very satisfied with sound quality and features.
R. Fritzsche

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By MarkusR on February 14, 2012
Verified Purchase
For twelve dollars for a phone with caller id, you can't complain about this phone. I just ordered my second one after using the first one for about a year. (Decided to get rid of the cordless phones which stopped charging and always get misplaced)

The design has been updated a little (same model but simple updates have been made).

1) the spiral cord between the handset and phone can be replaced (not new)
2) NEW the cord between the wall jack and the phone can now be replaced.
3) the underside of the phone has been modified a little. Makes it more obvious that part of the underside can be moved to facilitate hanging on a wall or sitting on a desk.

I have never had an issue with the buttons being on the handle. I don't use my shoulder though either. Caller ID display can be dimmed/brightened via the menu.

Annoyances:

1) Not the clearest sounding but again I go back to the price
2) extremely light weight. going to mount it so it stays put
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93 of 103 people found the following review helpful By PWTSM on July 9, 2009
Very poorly designed. When you hold the receiver in your right hand, in a way that is natural for the average person, your fingers automatically hit the buttons they inconveniently placed on the outer side of the receiver. I was on the phone and hit the flash button repeatedly even though I was well aware the button was there and was trying to avoid it. You can't avoid it unless you want to put your hand in a very odd position, and get cramps. No kidding. In order to hold the receiver and not hit the flash button you have to cramp up your hand into an odd position and hope you don't drop the phone.

And you cannot place the phone on your shoulder to hold it, if you temporarily need to use both hands for something else. And, for those of us who still use an attachable shoulder cradle (a.k.a. shoulder rest), you cannot attach it to this phone due to the buttons on the outside of the receiver.

I don't want to be mean, but honestly, the person who designed this phone should be fired.

Outgoing sound was bad - the person I was talking to reported a hissing noise.

Incoming sound was actually good, but that does not make up for the fact that holding the phone, what should be the simplest thing to do, can't be done comfortably.

And just as an FYI - I've tried them all; VTECH 265, ATT 265, and ATT 1909

AT&T 265 - Trimline Telephone with Caller ID & Call Waiting

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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Noni on June 25, 2009
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I wish the display was backlit, but I think it's about as good as it can be for this type of display. With the contrast up all the way, it's easy to read in bright light and I keep a little squeeze flashlight next to it for when the light is lower. The reception is very good and it looks attractive on the wall. I would have been happier to pay a lot more for a similar item with backlit display, if one was available. For the price, this one is great, but I do wish the numbers were at least thicker or a little father apart to make reading at a glance easier.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Michael Scarn on January 28, 2012
This is an excellent little phone.

My favorite feature for this phone is a LINE IN USE Indicator, that many phones which cost several times as much don't have (I returned a $50 2-line phone that didn't have a genuine line-in-use indicator for three of these--that returned small office phone only had an indicator telling you if that particular phone is off the hook!). This red LED indicator and its circuit requires inserting four AA batteries before it works.

Voice quality is good assuming you put the volume level in the MEDIUM setting; switch adjusts not only the speaker volume, but also the microphone setting; so, if you set it to LOW the person on the other line can barely hear you. Also has ringer volume settings off, hi, low. Has redial and stored phone nr memory, as well as caller ID. Basically it has all the important simple features that are really useful.

Some quick reading of the manual is required to set it up as a wall phone. Wall installation could have been done a little better if they had included the standard bracket mentioned in the instruction manual; my local hardware store did not have it; instead, I drilled through the plastic of the mounting piece and used some washers that I bought at the hardware store (don't forget your drywall anchor screws while there). The keys could have a little better feel and maybe be a bit larger, but they work fine. All in all, I have little to complain compared to what is satisfying; the product's strengths are where I feel it counts (good voice quality and essential features in a basic modern household phone).
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By K. B. on July 11, 2010
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OK, I wouldn't recommend this as an everyday phone. Like most people I prefer the versatility of a cordless. But a corded phone is nice for power failures. I got this one to replace a trim phone from radioshack that just stopped working. All I want the phone to do is sit there and have a dial tone. (Too much to ask of radioshack.) The display on the outside of phone allows you to weed out calls you don't want to answer. As for the grip problems, I suggest holding it with your fingertips; it's a phone- not a banana.
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