We had been experiencing white noise crackling with our phone calls in and out. Bt said there was nothing wrong with the line. So we thought we would replace our phones. Seemed reasonably priced not the cheapest but not the most expensive. Good colour grey not too dark, think a dull silvered elephant grey. They are easily put into practice and i’m sure like most people, were put to use without reading/using all the functions that the book has to offer. (who reads instructions before delving in). The instructions we did read were easy to follow. Yes the buttons are big but not ugly big.
This phone is great for me as i am hard of hearing and the speaker on the phone makes it much easierfor me to hear what people are saying. I used to dread the phone ringing as i always had trouble hearingthe caller but now i don’t mind at all.
BT Freestyle 710 Single DECT Phone – Titanium Grey
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- Large chunky buttons
- 50 Name and number directory
- Large backlit LCD
- Hands free
- Caller display compatible
Good looking simplistic phone, with clear display. Feels very solid and sturdy, and menu is easy enough to nevigate around. The large size buttons make the numbers easy to spot in low-lighting conditions. Speakerphone is very clear and loud.
Wanted sturdy cordless phones that were easy to use. These fit the bill on all points. Quick start guide is more than enough to get you going, for more information, you can download the full handbook from the bt website. Would be useful if quick start mentioned that your phone book entries can be quickly copied to other handset without the need for keying them in. Only found this out from the downloaded booklet.
Bt freestyle 710 twin dect telephone – titanium greythese phones are just what i wanted, easy to use generous sized keys, ring tones suitable and with volume adjustment to cope with less sensitive hearing. Phone book feature simple to use.
BT Freestyle 710 Single DECT Phone – Titanium Grey : This cordless telephone stays in range for the whole length of my garden, whereas the one it replaced (which went wrong) passed out threquarters of the distance. The directiry facility is excellent although a longer string for the name would have been useful. It works well with the deaf-aid facility, in fact better than my special deaf-aid telephone recommended by rnid. How i use both telephones is that when i am working in the garden or another room in the house, i carry the main phone with me and leave the other with my invalide wife so that she can summon me at any time. Both instruments are so easy to use that my wife with dementia has no difficulty. More expensive than most sets, but well worth it: but then i used to work for bt.