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Clarity D613 DECT 6.0 Amplified Cordless Phone w/ Digital Answering Machine

by Clarity

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2 Pair
  • Cordless amplified phone
  • Features Clarity Power technology
  • Expandable to 5 Handsets
  • Call Waiting Caller ID
  • 30 dB amplification
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  • ASIN: B00T3Q0ELW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

It has good cordless range and clear sound.
ex-runner
Was dissatisfied that the original was not checked out before it was sent to me.
David Olson
With the volume control and the boost feature I can hear all.
Thurman "Lee" Williams

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By The Thinker on March 28, 2010
Item Shape: 2 Pair Verified Purchase
This telephone is promoted to people with age-related deficits such as hearing loss, reduced vision, reduced manual dexterity, etc. I have no such deficits, but I bought it because I like things easy: Big buttons that are easy to find and push. Sound that is easy to hear. A simple user interface. And I got what I wanted.

The hardware seems well designed and well made. It has some convenience features that did not influence my purchase decision, but I like them very much: The ability to have the answering machine beep periodically when a message is waiting to be heard -- or turn off the beep if you prefer not to have that feature activated. The ability to record a message to yourself. A display on the phone that tells you the current time and date. An extra handset with its own recharging base that you can locate anywhere in the house. A speed dial feature that allows you to dial nine of your most commonly called numbers by just holding down one of the buttons for a couple of seconds. A light that blinks on the handsets when a message is waiting.

The handset is easy to hold and use -- a nice size and shape. The loudness boost feature works well. I normally do not find the boost necessary, but if I am talking with someone who is hard to hear, I can turn it on and hear the other party very easily. It is unusually easy to replace the handset on the charging base. With some telephones, you have to be careful to ensure the handset is properly seated and connected with the charging terminals. With this phone, it's easy to set it in the base and it feels very secure. There is a speakerphone built into each of the handsets, and it works well, making it easy to converse with the other party and hear what the other party is saying.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Doug on February 12, 2010
Item Shape: 2 Pair Verified Purchase
The location of the volume control on the side of the handset gets in the way of holding it. Therefore the volume sometime gets inadvertently changed when you pick up the handset or while your using the handset.

This proved to difficult for the person we bought the phone for and regretably we had to return the product.

I hope the manufacture reads this and considers relocating the volume control either higher on the handset or somewhere else where it can't be inadvertently altered.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By G. Garfinkle on July 8, 2010
Item Shape: 2 Pair
Got this set for my elderly parents. The setup was a little troublesome due to the lack of good included directions (and I consider myself a techie...) All that was included was a sort-of quick-start guide. A minus, but nothing major. Basic setup was no problem, but the more involved features slowed me down a bit.

The phones themselves feel fairly solid, but a little plastic-y for my taste. Not a big fan of the white coloring--they are a real magnet for dirt and women's makeup. I am forever wiping them down...

In use, I find the set to work pretty well. My mother however, is CONSTANTLY pressing the MENU & CLEAR/MUTE buttons with her cheek by accident, and interrupting her calls. It isn't a problem for me, but a MAJOR issue for her (so much so she wants to replace the phone...) She is also frequently pressing the volume up/down buttons accidentally while holding the phone normally--the volume buttons are located right where the average person grabs the phone. Again, not a problem for me, but a major nuisance for her. I have encouraged her to try using the handset speakerphone to avoid these problems, but she has trouble remembering how to use that feature (despite the relative simplicity for me).

There are also a couple of issues that we found with the answering machine. First, the clarity (ironically...) and volume are lacking (both during local playback and when calling-in to the machine). When the volume is turned up near max (which my mother needs to hear), the sound becomes more distorted and and difficult to hear. I know you can listen to messages via the handsets and employing the BOOST feature, but again, that's a little over my mom's head technologically ;-) Secondly, there is a strange quirk with the recorded machine voice.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By victor ross on January 30, 2010
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Telephone is not very comfortable to hold. I bought the phone for my visually impaired wife as it has large numbers, however it does not have an audible caller ID feature and therefore that feature is unusable to her. Sound quality is average, however when close to the base there seems to be some interference. When I ordered the phone it came minus the battery. I had to call customer service who were very nice and immediately sent me a battery, however I was inconvenienced by the wait. My old Panasonic was cheaper and much better, though it has small numbers.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By celebri2 on January 8, 2010
Item Shape: 2 Pair Verified Purchase
I ordered this phone for my elderly mother, who has some hearing loss. The only complaint I have with it is, you have to push a boost button on the side each time you answer the phone to make it louder. There should be a way to set it to leave the amplification on.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By flauer1112 on October 5, 2009
Item Shape: 2 Pair Verified Purchase
pretty good phone. i got it for my grandma. it works great except for if you have big cheeks, sometimes my cheeks will press against some buttons and disrupt the phone call. other than that, great phone.
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