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[Costco] Panasonic Digital Phone System KXTG273K 3 cordless phones $59.99

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[Costco] Panasonic Digital Phone System KXTG273K 3 cordless phones $59.99

Item 1263427 - Model KXTG273K

For those that work from home and still use a landline, this may be of interest.
Price is normally $69.99 in-store and $79.99 online. Amazon.ca has the same phone for $142.14

Features:
• DECT 6.0 technology (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
• Link to cell Bluetooth
• Remote voice assist to Siri, Google Now
• ECO mode
• Talking caller ID
• Text message alert
• HAC (Hearing aid compatibility) support
• 1.6-in Amber backlit LCD display
• Digital answering system (up to 15 minutes recording time)
• Handset speakerphone
• 3000 item downloadable Phonebook memory
• Caller ID/call waiting stores 50 calls*
• Ringer ID: Link a tone/melody to a number or category in your phone book
• 100 name and number phonebook directory
• Call block feature (150 entries): Block calls from unwanted callers; they will get a busy signal if they call you
• Night mode: Program each handset to ring or not to suit your needs
• Expandable up to 6 handsets
• Intercom/conference call between handsets

Winnipeg Regent has a pallet display, near the entrance.
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Not a bad deal and the Link to Cell feature means you don’t need a landline to use this. Can pair with your cell via Bluetooth and use the handsets then as though you had a landline.
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coul0049 wrote: Not a bad deal and the Link to Cell feature means you don’t need a landline to use this. Can pair with your cell via Bluetooth and use the handsets then as though you had a landline.
Have bought two of these for this very reason. Now we have grandmas cell phone connected to this set and she doesn’t have to worry about missing a call if she happened to leave the cell phone in another room.

Got one at regular price ($70) and on sale at this price. Highly recommend for this price if you still have use for this (home phone) or elders who would rather use a traditional headset instead of their cell phone to take calls.
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coul0049 wrote: Not a bad deal and the Link to Cell feature means you don’t need a landline to use this. Can pair with your cell via Bluetooth and use the handsets then as though you had a landline.
Could you make emergency calls from the cordless phones via the link to cellphone feature?
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One of the ones Can. tire doesn't sell. But no Costco in this area...

Thanks though...
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redkulat wrote: Could you make emergency calls from the cordless phones via the link to cellphone feature?
Not sure honestly. I mean, it essentially should be able to do anything your cell phone can do, so I don't see why not?
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redkulat wrote: Could you make emergency calls from the cordless phones via the link to cellphone feature?
No, you can't dial a number directly from the cordless handset via BT to your cell. It's designed to answer cell calls on the cordless system. You can select numbers from your call history though.
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howwon wrote: Item 1263427 - Model KXTG273K

For those that work from home and still use a landline, this may be of interest.
Price is normally $69.99 in-store and $79.99 online. Amazon.ca has the same phone for $142.14

Features:
• DECT 6.0 technology (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications)
• Link to cell Bluetooth
• Remote voice assist to Siri, Google Now
• ECO mode
• Talking caller ID
• Text message alert
• HAC (Hearing aid compatibility) support
• 1.6-in Amber backlit LCD display
• Digital answering system (up to 15 minutes recording time)
• Handset speakerphone
• 3000 item downloadable Phonebook memory
• Caller ID/call waiting stores 50 calls*
• Ringer ID: Link a tone/melody to a number or category in your phone book
• 100 name and number phonebook directory
• Call block feature (150 entries): Block calls from unwanted callers; they will get a busy signal if they call you
• Night mode: Program each handset to ring or not to suit your needs
• Expandable up to 6 handsets
• Intercom/conference call between handsets

Winnipeg Regent has a pallet display, near the entrance.
Getting $69.99 online :-(
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eelw11 wrote: No, you can't dial a number directly from the cordless handset via BT to your cell. It's designed to answer cell calls on the cordless system. You can select numbers from your call history though.
That is completely wrong. You can dial directly from the cordless handset via BT to your cell. So then of course you can make emergency calls from the cordless handsets. If you have a land line, you can also use the landline and the cell phone connected via BT both at the same time with one handset connecting through the cell and another handset using the landline. This simultaneous use works with both dialing out or receiving calls on the landline and cell.
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Anyone know if these have a 2.5mm headset jack so that a regular headset can be connected?
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coul0049 wrote: Not a bad deal and the Link to Cell feature means you don’t need a landline to use this. Can pair with your cell via Bluetooth and use the handsets then as though you had a landline.
Why not just use your cellphone lol?
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I have this. Not happy about the battery life on one of my handsets and, honestly, the lack of numeric keypad / speaker on the base sucks. So many times phone goes off in kitchen and I can't find the main floor handset and lose the call. With my previous panasonic, I could easily answer a call via the base or dial via the base if the handset is misplaced somewhere. Real inconvenient.

I guess for $60 it aint bad. It works decent but definitely a cheap phone.
Oh! And for those who ask why use this over a cellphone: For folks like me, the handsets are much more comfortable to use on a cordless. There's also something to be said about real tactile buttons while dialing. :)
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$59.99 price is in store.
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pegasus81 wrote: Anyone know if these have a 2.5mm headset jack so that a regular headset can be connected?
No jack.... which is jack sh*t in my honest opinion. Previous Panasonics had it and were built better / felt more premium. This thing is very basic.

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