Panasonic KX-TG8013 Cordless Phone
So, today we take a look at the Panasonic KX-TG8013 Cordless Phone. How does it perform and is it worth going out and buying the product?
Three handsets – 1 base unit and 2 chargers.
Ringer LED on handsets and they are hands free.
Expandable – so it will take up to 3 more handsets.
10 melody tunes and a further 5 tones available but they do have a night mode to disable them.
Caller ID with 50 name and number call log but the phones have a 200 name and number phonebook.
Battery life is 14 hours talk time and 240 day stand-by.
Easy to read colour menu.
While younger people tend to take to technology better, a few older people may struggle. That is not to say that the Panasonic KX-TG8013 Cordless Phone is difficult to programme. In fact, most people should get to grips with it easy. However, when you pack a lot of technology in such small device, that’s where the problem lies. But, once you program these phones, you will have a quality telephone.
The buttons feel good, and the whole unit feels solid which is what you expect from Panasonic. The ringtones are few and far between but who needs bells and whistles really? Of course, you only need alerting to an incoming call.
In effect, we were able to operate the phones at the bottom of the garden. Furthermore, this was about 20 metres away from the base unit. We also found that these were compatible with the Panasonic models KX-TG8011 and KX-TG8012.
To Sum Up
The Panasonic KX-TG8013 Cordless Phone is all about functionality and quality. Obviously, some people still use telephones like these while others rely on smart phones. However, if you manage to get a good deal on these phones, we are sure you will be happy with them.
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Panasonic KX-TG8013 Cordless Phone£69.99
- Stunning looks
- Typical quality build from Panasonic
- Eco friendly
- Range of transmission is good
- Complex programmability of which can be confusing for some
- Not too stable, so a slight knock can tipple the phones from their cradles
- Trailing wires of course
- No other negatives really