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Motorola DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone with 3 Handsets, Digital Answering System and Customizable Color Back Plates P1003

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  • Amber backlit LCD display
  • 50 name & number phone book
  • Up to 10 hours talk time
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Dimensions 5.9 inches x 10.6 inches x 6.1 inches 9 inches x 5 inches x 8 inches 10 inches x 8 inches x 6 inches 7 inches x 4 inches x 3 inches
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Product Description

Style: 3 Handsets

Product Description

Motorola DECT 6.0,DELUXE CRDLS CID,ITAD,3 HADNSETS

From the Manufacturer

Motorola
Motorola P1003
Featuring a large backlit blue 2" diagonal display and built-in speaker phone on the handset

Motorola P1003
The handset blue back light creates an easy to read display. View larger

Motorola P1003
The handset integrated digital answering system gives remote access to messages. View larger

The P1003 is a cordless phone with a 2" diagonal display by Motorola. The handset-integrated digital answering system gives remote access to messages and allows family members the ability to record and retrieve audio memos with the handset. The handset's blue backlight creates an easy-to-read display. The P1003 comes with three handsets, only requires a single phone jack, and has a range of 160 feet indoors and 980 feet outdoors.

DECT 6.0 Digital Cordless Technology

With the P1003, you can transfer calls between connected handsets, or use the hands-free speakerphone. DECT 6.0 technology ensures clear calls with conversation privacy using reliable encryption.

10 Selectable Ringtones

Choose from one of 10 selectable ringtones to customize the sound of incoming calls.

Motorola P1003
Included cordless handset and base with two extra cordless handsets and chargers. View larger
Customizable Color Backplates

Use custom color backplates to add even more personality to your phone. Multiple colors are available to match your decor, or just your mood.

Messaging Features

The built-in answering machine on the P1003 features a two-digit message counter and a blinking new message indicator. Pre-recorded outgoing messages are available, or record a custom message.

Listen to private message playback from the handset, or using the built-in speakerphone with volume control. The answering machine as a total recording time of 15 minutes, with time and day stamps, to capture all your important missed calls.

Additionally, Caller ID is fully supported on both the landline and mobile phone lines. (Note: Caller ID requires a subscription to use.)

What's in the Box?

Motorola P1003 Cordless Handset and base, 2 extra cordless handsets and chargers, 3 power adapters, 3 rechargeable battery packs, telephone line cord, wall mount bracket, user's guide, quick start guide.


Product Details

Style: 3 Handsets
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 6.1 x 5.9 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B008BRXV1O
  • Item model number: P1003
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 20, 2012

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Style Name: 3 Handsets Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I purchased another brand of phones when a massive lightning strike took out all my phones, including many of the features of my two land lines. I was barely able to call out and accessing menus was problematic. I needed a fully functional set of phones and knew that Amazon would get them to me quickly at an affordable price. I was especially pleased to be offered these phones as an "upgrade" on the ones I purchased. Not that I wasn't happy with the ones that I got, but discovered a few little things that were even better.

For example, I wanted to test the range of these phones. Inevitably every time I wanted to head outside with any of my previous phones, the conversation would be interrupted within a few feet of the house. Obviously, my ancient landline Princess wasn't going anywhere. Last night when I got a call in, I decided to check the range. I kept on walking to the barn, which is fifty feet from the base phone. I had no problems at all, save a little blip on my way back. This was a real plus for me because I like to be able to go outside and be able to receive calls.

WHAT'S IN THE BOX:

* Cordless handset and base

* Two extra cordless handsets and chargers

* Three power adapters

* Three rechargeable battery packs

* Telephone line cord

* Wall mount bracket

* A very comprehensive user's guide (English only)

* A quick start guide with visuals (French, Spanish & English)

The installation was seamless and done within a few minutes after taking the hardware out of the box. The phones are streamlined and very attractive. They are quite slim and not at all bulky. The date and time were already programmed ... the only thing was that they had a.m/p.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Big Dawg VINE VOICE on September 17, 2012
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I really like this phone, but its missing one important piece that every phone should have.

For the good, sound quality from both the speakerphone and ear piece is great, the display is large and easy to read.

For the bad, this is a real deal breaker for me, no headphone jack! When working from home, I can't hold the handset or leave the phone on speaker for long hours, it is critical for me to have a headphone jack.

Overall, this phone is great as a phone, but my requirement of having a headphone jack (which Vtec and Panasonic always have), I have to drop my review to 3 stars.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By E. David Swan VINE VOICE on December 3, 2012
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By and large I like the Motorola DECT 6.0 cordless phone. The sound quality is fine and the speaker phone is sufficiently loud. I can also use the speakerphone while the phone sits on the cradle which seems like a given but I couldn't do it with my last phone. It's a good looking phone but there are some design decisions that baffle me. The button for dialing is labeled `Flash' and to hangup you press `Back'. Those are a bit unintuitive but that is by far not the worst thing about the phone. Right below the `Back' button is the `Menu' button. If you accidentally press `Menu' instead of `Back' when hanging up, rather than disconnect the call, the phone just goes apes**t and beeps like crazy. I find myself frantically trying to press buttons to shut the damn thing up. I had this happen once on a conference and after I got the phone to calm itself down I thought it had hung up but it hadn't. I didn't say anything to jeopardize my job but there was some humorous embarrassment when I was still being heard after I thought the call was hung up.

Why does the phone go berserk when you press Menu during a call? Who designed it this way? My wife laughs and calls it user error but this is seriously a stupid design. It would be like adding a button on a gun that causes it to fire backwards and then calling it user error when an owner shoots himself in the face. I am deducting one star because of this inexplicably moronic design decision.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By XNOR VINE VOICE on December 22, 2012
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~Update Nov 30th 2013 : after using for an year, I am finding quality issues with the device. The menu button has come off on one of the handsets - not something which should happen this early. I have a panasonic phone which has been used for 7 years and still doing good. Switching back to my Panasonic, sorry Motorola - you are yet to catch up

Ever since my first visit to the US in 1998 - I have been buying a cordless phone with each visit back to India. And each time, it has been a Panasonic and most of them lasted anywhere between 5-10 years in India taking all the beatings of weather, dust etc.

And I never ventured out of Panasonic phones since they were so awesome.

Until I got this Motorola phone - and I can tell that these are really good phones - the voice quality is crystal clear - I have wifi running at 2.4 GHz and there is no interference. The digital answering machine works great.

The only thing which I would have liked is a talking caller id - which will announce the name of the caller - so that you can choose not to pick up the phone even before picking up the phone.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Geekier than thou TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 5, 2013
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I got these as a replacement set for my mom's slightly older cordless phones. The batteries are worn out on her phones and it seemed like a good idea to just get new phones w/ new batteries rather than spend almost as much as a new set on 3 replacement specialized batteries. My mom is in her 70s and doesn't have the strength in her hands that she used to have - and let me tell you - these buttons are not easy to press - even for me. Like many people today, I got rid of my landline years ago and rely solely on my cell for communication. More and more people are getting rid of their overpriced landlines every day - with usually only the elderly keeping the landlines, especially for the sense of security with 911 use - knowing that first responders will know exactly where you're calling from. With that in mind, I don't know why they made this phone hard to use for the people who will need it the most.

Many of the buttons you'd use the most - mute, center dial button, talk and end-call button - they are not back-lit. If my mom is in bed asleep in the middle of the night and suddenly needs to use the phone, she'd need to turn on the lights to be able to use it. That's just dumb. She has an iPhone, which she uses most of the time, but she'll resort to her landline often just so she doesn't use up her anytime minutes on her plan. There's light coming around the buttons like a little halo, but the numbers themselves are no illuminated - so no dialing in the dark for you! I thought maybe we could use it with our MagicJack service - but there are no jacks for headphones with this model. I refuse to hold a phone to my ear for more than 30 seconds so I can tell the caller, "I can't find my handsfree set, let me call you back." I just won't hold a phone like that anymore.
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