Uniden EXI-3226 2.4 GHz Analog 2-Line Cordless Phone with Caller ID Reviews

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  1. Tom Battel "Tom Battel" says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    sound clarity., September 7, 2003
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    Tom Battel “Tom Battel” (Riverside, CA) –
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    This review is from: Uniden EXI-3226 2.4 GHz Analog 2-Line Cordless Phone with Caller ID (Office Product)

    This the first cordless phone we have had whose audio quality is as good as or superior to a corded phone. You can hear people clearly and distinctly even at some distance from the base unit. We have yet to experience reverberation the way you do on some cordless phones. Combine it with a headset you also get hands free mobility and don’t lose anything in sound quality.

    The phone has two features that we especially like. First, you may pick up the phone from the base unit and start talking immediately, just as you would on a corded phone. We like that. Second, you can pick up the handset when it’s not on the base and hit any key on it to start talking. You don’t have to look for the line 1 or line 2 key to start your conversation.

    We would like it to have the feature that allows you to get immediately to a stored phone number by hitting an alpha key on your touchpad and bringing up your stored number by name. This has been a great feature on other phones. On this one, however, we get to a stored number by scrolling through the numbers in their stored locations until you get the number you want.

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  2. Bob Teatow "Bob Teatow" says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    nice little 2 line cordless, February 23, 2004
    This review is from: Uniden EXI-3226 2.4 GHz Analog 2-Line Cordless Phone with Caller ID (Office Product)

    I was looking for a moderately priced 2-line cordless with caller-id and there aren’t a lot of choices…

    Because of the mixed reviews here, I was wary – and bought this under the Radio Shack label so I could easily return to my local store if I had any problems…

    BUT it’s a nice phone. No problems.
    One feature not mentioned in the “editorial” is that you can store NAMES and numbers in the handset memory/speed-dial and scroll through to select – just like most cell phones.

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