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Panasonic KX-TS105W Corded Phone, White

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  • Single-line corded phone
  • 10-station speed dialing
  • Hands-free speakerphone with 8-level volume control
  • 3-level ringer volume, 4-level handset/headset volume
  • Wall mountable; 1-year warranty
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Technical Details

Color: White
  • Speakerphone

Product Description

Color: White

Product Description

- Panasonic feature corded telephone- Speakerphone- Data port (connect to a fax modem answering machine)- Headset jack- 3 AA batteries needed (not included)- Keypad lock (ining calls can be taken but nooutgoing calls can be made)- Ringer volume (high low off)- Tone/pulse settings- Mute/flash/redial/pause/hold- Wall mountable- Speed dial: 10 22-digit speed dial numbers and 20 one-touch dialing numbers- Programmable call restriction (prevent long distance calls)- Ringer indicator- Electronic volume controls for speakerphone (8 step) and handset (4 steps)- WhiteKXTS105WH


The Panasonic KX-TS105W corded phone combines flexible features, sturdy construction, and a value price. A 10-number speed dial allows you to program the most frequently used numbers into the phone and dial them with the touch of a button. The speakerphone allows you to talk without having to touch the handset; a headset jack offers an additional hands-free conversation option. A data port is integrated into the base, and dial lock and call restrictions are easily programmable, making this an excellent phone for family or home-office use.

Handset and speakerphone controls allow you to adjust volume levels to your liking (the speakerphone has eight levels; the handset/headset has four), while a ringer control lets you set the ringer to off, low, or high. A flash button provides access to call waiting, and the redial feature allows you to quickly call the last outgoing number. Tone and pulse dialing modes are included. Wall-mountable, the Panasonic KX-TS105W supplies a wall mount bracket in the box, and comes backed by a one-year warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Base, handset, owner's manual, wall mount bracket, modular coil cord, one long telephone line cord, quick reference guide, warranty card

Product Details

Color: White
Product Manual [983kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 9.3 x 4.2 inches ; 2.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000069LIG
  • Item model number: KX-TS105W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (476 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001
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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Queen on June 18, 2007
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I have a home office and do contract work for other companies. I needed a corded phone (for security reasons) with no bells and whistles like caller ID. The phone had to have a headset jack for hands free talking. There are very few corded phones on the market that are really this inexpensive that had the features I needed. Most everything has went to cordless. The buttons are a nice size. The mute is invaluable to my work along with the volume. I also love when I am working late that i can turn the ringer off as to not disturb anyone in my home and the phone flashses a red light when a call is coming in. Don't hesitate to buy this phone if you are thinking about it. You can't beat the free super saver shipping either. This headset Plantronics M214C Headset with Adjustable Volume works perfectly with this phone if you need a headset as well!
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137 of 140 people found the following review helpful By lighten_up_already2 VINE VOICE on March 16, 2006
Color: White Verified Purchase
I bought this as an auxillary phone. We've got an answering machine and a fax machine, but I needed an additional phone to be by the computer in my downstairs office and I wanted a speakerphone so when I was telecommuting I could call into meetings and listen to them without holding a receiver up to my ear.

I was convinced to buy this phone by the string (until recently aftet I placed my order) of rave reviews for this phone, combined with the terrible reviews for so many other speakerphones that cost less.

I've only had this phone for a few days, but I can say that it is attractive and seems to be built well. I called in to work and tried out the speakerphone and it seemed to work well on both ends. I heard the other party fine and the other party did said I sounded good.

I like the uncluttered controls with big number buttons and big buttons for volume and speakerphone. I didn't have to pay for a lot of features that I don't need.

This phone also has the added bonus of a headset input, so if I ever need to talk a whole lot from my home office, I could get a headset and talk while keeping both hands free. So far, so good.

Postscript: It's September of 2007 and the speaker volume is now impossible to control and the unit seems to be buzzing. I can't use it for conference calls anymore. I guess I'll buy another one, but I'll look around first.

OOPS! I forgot that this phone is powered by three AA batteries. They need to be replaced on occasion. When they start running down, the speakerphone gets squirrely. So, I replaced them and now the phone works fine.
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124 of 128 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 20, 2004
Color: White Verified Purchase
Nice well designed phone. Very easy to program. Takes 3 AA batteries for memory presets. I purchased two of these phones, one for my grandparents who promptly dropped the phone on the kitchen floor ejecting the batteries thereby erasing all the pre-programmed numbers that I had entered. Battery cover needs to be taped down to prevent this, as battery cover does not close well (Panasonic could have designed a better battery cover into this phone as they have with other models).
Phone has nicely sized buttons, loud ringer and well functioning speakerphone feature as well as a headset jack. Receiver cord is a bit short but can easily be replaced with a longer one. Will review again as the phones age.
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88 of 90 people found the following review helpful By TJD on September 27, 2006
Color: Black Verified Purchase
Hard to find a quality phone these days. This Panasonic does all the basics required for a home office, including a decent speakerphone. Note that the speakerphone uses AA batteries, not an AC adaptor. Phone does NOT need batteries to work as basic phone. Recommended, but only appears to be sold online.
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71 of 72 people found the following review helpful By The California Consumer on May 20, 2006
Color: White Verified Purchase
A mild surprise but very happy that an item actually works as advertised. Got this for my parents who have hearing disabilities and needed an alternative to those "hearing impaired" ultra-loud phones.

Very clever design yet simple and easy to operate. The actual microphone is located under the the phone towards the front. It has a little sound-gathering structure around it, so it's best to have this phone always placed on a hard surface to maximize the little acoustic sound-gathering chamber. Since the speaker is on the top surface under where the hand-set rests, I placed a small piece of duct tape on to the button that disconnects the phone. By doing this, I don't even connect the hand set and the unit functions as a dedicated speakerphone with one-button operation.

The sound is very natural and easily understandable even for the hearing impaired. There are sound level buttons that control the volume through the generous size speaker. The main problem for speaker phones in general is, the microphone is usually too close to the speaker and feedback squeal makes it hard for both parties communicate(i.e. speakerphone setting on most cell phones). Somehow, Panasonic got around this problem, maybe by where they located the micophone. When my parents called me with this phone, it was very, very, close to the quality of a good corded phone. Because it is a speaker phone, it will pick up a little bit of background sounds of things like,the TV and ambient room noise.

Couple of other features, it's powered by three AA batteries, which eliminates the AC converter(wall-wart) and the usual tangle of wires that go with it. The input jack for a speaker phone is a really nice touch as well.
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