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Motorola DECT 6.0 Enhanced Cordless Phone with 3 Handsets and Digital Answering System L803

3.5 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews
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  • Interference free Digital DECT 6.0 Technology
  • Caller ID/Call Waiting Caller ID
  • Enhanced Visual Ring Indicator for Incomming Call Alert
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Product Description

Style: 3 Handsets

Product Description

Motorola DECT 6.0 Cordless High Quality Big Button Phone

From the Manufacturer

The Motorola L800 Series offers DECT 6.0 interference-free technology on up to 4 handsets, with the added advantage of a large 4-line LCD display. The L800 Series features an answering machine on the handset with 15 minutes of recording time, speakerphone, and a 30-entry phonebook for names and numbers.

Motorola L800 Series
Largest screen in its category -- 4 line LCD display with blue backlight

The L800 Series also includes an adjustable earpiece volume switch and customizable ringer with 10 selectable ringer tones. The handset speakerphone allows for hands free conversation for added convenience. Enjoy up to 12 hours of talk time and up to 180 hours of standby time from the handset's rechargeable NiMH batteries.

LCD Display

The 4-line LCD display is the largest screen available in its category. It displays caller information, phone book entries, and more. A keypad backlight also ensures you can always quickly and easily get access to what you need.

WiFi-Friendly DECT 6.0 Technology

The L800 Series is wireless network friendly and ENERGY STAR compliant, so it won't interfere with your other wireless devices or home network. DECT 6.0 transmission gives you secure calls with virtually no interference. So you can add handsets with confidence that your wireless devices will continue to work optimally.

Motorola L800 Series
Answering machine buttons on the handset

Motorola L800 Series
Customizable color back plates
Built-In 30-Entry Phonebook

Store up to 30 names and numbers in the built-in phonebook. The quick access buttons let you find friends and family and dial them quickly.

Handset Answering Machine

With up to 15 minutes of recording time on the L800 Series' built-in answering machine, you'll never miss important caller information while you're out.

Expandable to 5 Handsets

The Motorola L800 Series phone includes 2 handsets with the L802, up to 4 handsets with the L804. You can add handsets to make it expandable up to a total of 5 handsets, so you'll always have one near to take important calls no matter where you are in the house. It all functions from a single PSTN line, so you can add handsets to rooms that don't have a phone line jack.

Customizable Color Back Plate

Customize the look of your phone with customizable color back plates. Available in a range of cool colors, you can match your handset to your room's decor or your mood.

What's in the Box

Motorola L800 Series with handsets, base, and power supply, telephone line cord, rechargeable NiMH batteries, user's guide.

Which Motorola DECT 6.0 Enhanced Phone is Right for You?

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L700C Series
L700C Series
L800 Series
L800 Series
L900 Series
L900 Series
L510BT Series
L510BT Series
L512CBT
L512CBT
DECT 6.0 Technology
LCD Display
Expandable up to 5 Handsets
Digital Answering Machine
Customizable Colors
Wireless Headset
Corded Handset Base
Bluetooth

Product Information

Style:3 Handsets
Product Dimensions 5 x 4 x 7 inches
Item Weight 2 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.7 pounds
ASIN B004NNUEYW
Item model number L803
Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Customer Reviews
3.5 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,041 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Telephone Accessories > Batteries
Date first available at Amazon.com June 1, 2011

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By Geekier than thou TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 15, 2011
Style Name: 3 Handsets Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
My mother's portable handsets needed battery replacements, and since the older model required harder-to-find, more expensive batteries, we opted to get her a whole new set. These are fairly light weight, but feel sturdy. All batteries and necessary equipment was included. The base has a nice handset location feature - when you press the button, all the handsets will make tone noises so you can find them and will continue to do so until you've seated all handsets in the cradle or until you press the button again. Other sets I've seen really required two people - where one would have to keep pressing the button while the other person did a hunt-n-seek. This is far more practical if you're home alone and/or live alone and have misplaced a handset. There are 10 ringtones available - these are the loud MIDI type tones, not the pretty melodies you get on an iPhone - but they range from loud ringer to melodic and each handset can be set to a different volume. The base station needs to connect to a phone line, but the other handsets need their bases connected to power only. This is a great feature for those who live in older homes where the phone jacks are few & far between... and gives you more choices on where to locate a phone. My mother & I have conversed on the phone - she can hear me really well and vice versa. So far, the units have a very acceptable battery life before draining enough to cause noise. This is a nice ensemble at a very reasonable price.
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Style Name: 3 Handsets Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
After using the Motorola L803 as our primary phone and answering machine for several weeks, we decided to reconnect our old Uniden phone and answering machine. We will continue to use the Motorola handsets throughout our house because of the great sound quality, but there are just too many irritations with using the Motorola L803 to keep it as our primary home phone and answering machine.

First, the pros:
* excellent sound quality
* very slim (fits easily into your pocket)
* long battery life
* only the base requires a phone jack; handsets 2 and 3 require only an electrical outlet

Now, the minor irritations:
* For some odd reason, when pushing a button on the handset, the tone doesn't sound until after the button is released. This bothered me for several days, but I learned to live with it.
* Pressing the find button on the base causes all the handsets to beep which isn't very helpful if you are trying to find a handset that is in the same room as another handset.
* The handsets light up periodically (perhaps to sync with the base) which is annoying at night and also causes interference on my Sony Babycall baby monitor. I have to keep the monitor several feet away from the handsets, making it impossible to carry both the monitor and the handset at the same time.
* As another reviewer mentioned, there is no communication between the handsets. If you clear off your new Caller ID calls from one handset, they still show up as new calls on the other handsets.

Finally, the major headaches:
* The menu is not intuitive. For example, to turn the answering machine on, you actually have to select "Answerer Off" .
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Style Name: 4 Handsets
save your money and do not buy this model it is a huge piece of crap. the volume stinks. it is a long process to delete messages. I owned it for 2 weeks and could no longer stand it and went out and bought another brand. I previously owned a V-Tech and had great luck with it so I got rid of this piece of junk and bought another V-Tech and I am happy again
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My wife and I had a Panasonic wireless digital answering machine that was going "flakey" after 10 or more years. Our requirements were simple: Record a missed phone call and store a half dozen frequently called numbers. My wife and I are approaching 70 and had no use for anything too complicated. I did a lot of online research and where possible, downloaded manuals in .pdf format starting with Panasonic. When the user manual gets to be over 70 pages and yet the product doesn't have the basic features I was looking for, it was time to move on. I was leery of getting this Motorola model because it isn't a strategic product for them. Go to their website and look for information to confirm that. Some reviews said things like you couldn't erase single messages (not true) and some reviews said the menus seemed to be backwards, i.e. "On" meant "Off." I kind of agree with that. The "kicker" was the instruction of how to get your messages remotely. You dial and enter a 4-digit code to hear them. I spent hours over two days trying to get that to work. Finally, I called the support number and got a human being. I was asked if I entered a "*" (star) key before entering the 4-digit code. No, I didn't because there is no mention of that in the instruction manual. That did the trick and I was mildly amused that in this day and age a manual could be written and published without anyone verifying the text. It helps being older and putting things in perspective. I should have been outraged!
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