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This item: D1483 DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone with Digital Answering System, White, 1 Handset
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With a built-in answering system and caller ID capability, the Uniden D1483 Cordless Phone, in white, ensures you'll never miss an important call. This Uniden phone uses digital DECT 6.0 technology, which provides outstanding audio clarity, enhanced eavesdropping security, and excellent range, so you can talk from anywhere in your home with confidence. A bright LCD display and backlit keypad make this cordless phone easy to use, even in the dark.
With DECT 6.0 digital technology, this cordless phone avoids interference from wireless networks and household appliances, giving you crystal clear sound. This technology also offers better security against eavesdropping and an improved range over other phone systems.
The Uniden D1483 Cordless Phone comes with a built-in answering system that records voice messages with crisp digital clarity. Retrieve messages from the base or from the handset, which features a message waiting indicator light. A large LED message counter on the base tells you, at a glance, exactly how many messages are waiting for you.
This Energy Star compliant phone with Eco-Mode manages power consumption to save battery life between charges. You'll be able to talk longer, with less frequent charging. The phone offers up to seven hours of talk time, and six days of standby time.
With a comfortable shape, lightweight design, and textured grip surface, this Uniden cordless phone fits comfortably and securely in your hand. The handset is also easy to find if you misplace it. Just press the "find" button, located on the base of the phone, and the handset will beep so that you can track it down.
This Uniden cordless phone has a built-in phonebook that will store up to 70 name and number entries. If you subscribe to a Caller ID service, the phone will store the numbers of the last 30 received calls to its Caller ID list. When the phone rings, you'll see the caller's name displayed. This allows you to screen calls and pick up the most important calls. In addition, the handset remembers the last five numbers you dialed on it, for quick redialing.
|Frequency Technology||1.9GHz / DECT6.0||1.9GHz / DECT6.0||1.9GHz / DECT6.0|
|# of Lines||1||1||1|
|Number of Cordless Handsets Included||1||1||2|
|VMWI (Voicemail Waiting Indication)||x||x||x|
|Expandability||12 Handsets||12 Handsets|
|Compatible with Cordless Headset||Yes - DHS100||Yes - DHS100|
|ACCY HS MODEL #||DCX170||DCX170|
|Wall Mountable Base||x||x (accessory part)||x (accessory part)|
|Energy Saving ECO Mode||x||x||x|
|ADVANCED FEATURES:||Silent Mode (silence all ringers)||x||x|
|CALLER ID / PHONEBOOK FEATURES:|
|Redial History||Last 5#||Last 5#||Last 5#|
|One-touch memory locations (Speed dial)||10||10|
|Handset LCD Backlighting Color||Green||Amber||Amber|
|Handset Keypad Backlighting||Green||Amber||Amber|
|Handset Access to Messages||x||x||x|
|Remote Access to Message||x||x||x|
I like this phone system because it is easy to operate and clear to the sound and very compact for any small area.Published 11 days ago by P. Rosier
Terrible phone. My voice reflects back to me. Came in damaged/used box.Published 13 days ago by Mahnaz Shahidi-Asl
I was looking for a WHITE cordless phone, and was happy to have found this Uniden phone. (It can be difficult to find a white phone -- most are silver, gray, or black. Read morePublished 17 days ago by TFD
i must have gotten the only lemon.. no voice ;saying record outgoing message... cannot announce message...use prerecorded man
serious lemon.. Read more
#1. The phone was suppose to be black...it's white. #2. I realize this was a refurbished unit.....but when it goes after only one week, it definitely wasn't worth it. #3. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Margaret Knepp