Motorola DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone with 2 Handsets, Digital Answering System and DECT 6.0 Headset L903
- Interference free Digital DECT 6.0 Technology
- Caller ID/Call Waiting Caller ID
- Enhanced Visual Ring Indicator for Incomming Call Alert
- DECT 6.0 with 3 Cordless Telephones and DECT Wireless Headset Included
- 15 Minute Digital Answering System on Base
- Handsfree Speakerphone on Base and Handset
- 30 Name and Number Phonebook Directory
- 9 Number Speed Dial Memory
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From the Manufacturer
The Motorola L900 Series is a DECT 6.0 cordless phone with accompanying headset and up to 3 handsets. It features 3-line backlit display, handset speakerphone, call waiting, and caller ID. The L900 Series features DECT 6.0 technology, which provides interference free communication, increased clarity, and enhanced security.
The L900 Series requires only one phone jack and has a range of up to 160 feet indoors and 980 feet outdoors. Other features include 9 speed dial memory, 30 call caller ID, selectable ringtones, adjustable ringer, and earpiece volume control. It provides you with 12 hours of talktime with 180 hours of standby, and is Eco Mode and ENERGY STAR compliant.
Wireless Headset Included
Relax--stop running to answer the phone. The L900 Series includes a Motorola wireless earphone headset you can keep with you to allow you to take calls anywhere.
The 3-line LCD display features an amber backlight for easy reading, day or night. It displays caller information including up to 30 previous caller ID entries, phone book entries, and more.
WiFi-Friendly DECT 6.0 Technology
The L900 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.
Handset Answering Machine
With up to 15 minutes of recording time on the L900 Series' built-in answering machine, you'll never miss important caller information while you're out.
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.
Expandable to 5 Handsets
The Motorola L900 Series phone includes 2 handsets with the L902, and 3 handsets with the L903. 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.
What's in the Box
Motorola L900 Series with handset, base, and power supply, earpiece headset, telephone line cord, rechargeable NiMH batteries, user's guide.
Which Motorola DECT 6.0 Enhanced Phone is Right for You?
|DECT 6.0 Technology|
|Expandable up to 5 Handsets|
|Digital Answering Machine|
|Corded Handset Base|
Top Customer Reviews
The problem I have found in the first couple of days of use is the fully charged headset only gets about 4 hours of talk time before dying. There is a warning but I choose to just let it go, knowing I am stuck on the handset for the remainder of the work day. The handset is showing that it is still full battery after the same amount of talk time. It would be nice if I could then,in a pinch, plug in a standard headset into the phone, however there is no audio jack on the phone. It's a bit disappointing to only get half a day of hands free phone time out of this device. I wish I could buy a second bluetooth headset that I could keep charging in the cradle while talking on this one.
The unit is compact and does not crowd my desk. The Wireless Headset is deceiving from the pictures. The ear arm pokes in the air when on the charger, rotates around ear and has small nub that sits in the ear very comfortably. I can see it being tight on very small ears, but otherwise, great. It's very light, very clear, comfortable, and when I thought there would be wind noise heard, I was told it was barely there. I stood next to burgers being fried in the pan, and was told it sounded like light running water. I thought I was going to have to leave the room for the noise, but caller said it was just a light noise and they heard everything I said.... again, I was speaking in a voice not to wake someone.Read more ›
I do love using the headset with all calls because you cannot hold this phone to your ear using your shoulder. The phone is only good to talk on if you truly don't need your hands to be free. I have had my headset on while putting on makeup, styling my hair, washing my hands, washing dishes, cleaning up, typing on the computer, etc. and I've asked those I'm speaking to if they can hear what I'm doing and if it comes through loud to them - the answer is no. They can tell I'm doing something, but it is not loud enough for them to make out what I'm doing.
However, to use the headset it is a multi-step (but quick) process. You dial the phone # and wait for it to start ringing. Then you hit the INT (intercom) button which pages your headset. Then you press the "talk" button on the headseat. And Finally you push the button on the phone to hang up the call because the call has been transferred to the headset. When you want to hang up from call you have to push the talk button on the headset and the end call button on the hand phone.
Also, I have not figured out how to transfer between calls when I have a call coming in on call waiting. If I press the Flash button as in all other phones it does not click over to the other line, but instead hangs up on my current line. I can't find anything in the directions that tells me how to click over.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ringer volume is extremely loud on base. Can be lowered on handsets only ("HS" on menu- "BS" has no volume setting). Manual and Customer service have no solution.Published 3 months ago by patken
The phones worked poorly and I hated the ear bud. I returned this.Published 4 months ago by TexasNeighbor
Bluetooth earpiced came dead on arrival
Audio quality is not that great on headset
battery does not last very long when comparted to other wirless phones
Phones work fine but periodically go stupid and need to be rebooted. Got to the point I have the control unit on a switched outlet so rebooting is easier.Published 11 months ago by G. Anderson