Thursday, May 7, 2009

Uniden TRU5885-2 5.8 GHz Cordless Phone with Caller ID, Answering System, and Dual Handsets

Note: The Uniden TRU5885-2 is no longer being manufactured. You may want to consider purchasing instead the newer Uniden TRU8885-2 5.8 GHz Digital Cordless Phone with Dual Handsets and Answering System.

Some of us need much more from our phones than just a little redial button. Sometimes a flash feature simply isn't enough. For users who demand extensive features, Uniden's TRU5885-2 delivers. Functioning at a quiet, nearly interference-free 5.8 GHz, the two handsets use digital spread spectrum transmission for exceptional range and minimal static. The three-line handset LCDs work in conjunction with caller ID services, storing 100 names and numbers in addition to the speed-dial presets.

The dual speakerphones (both on the handsets and base) let you talk hands-free or get the whole family in on the conversation. The phone also features an integrated digital answering machine with all the features you'd expect, like remote message check. And yes, the phone does feature the basics, like flash, pause, hold, and redial with memory storage of the last three numbers dialed. In addition, you can dial either from the handsets or from the base. Note that this phone is not expandable beyond the two included handsets and chargers. NiMH batteries and a one-year warranty are included.

What's in the Box
Base with built-in charger stand, additional charger stand, two handsets, two rechargeable batteries, two AC power supplies, two belt clips, one telephone line cord, instruction manual, warranty information
Customer Review: 5.8 is not the same as 2.4
A previous reviewer (Murphy) misunderstood what the difference between 5.8 and 2.4 is in these phones. He said "The range on this phone is SUPPOSED to be more than TWICE that of a 2.4Gz phone. " If he would have called Uniden, Panasonic, Sony, etc, they would have told him that the range for a 5.8 phone is actually supposed to be LESS than 2.4 but A MUCH CLEARER CALL and MORE SECURE. I tested this with 2 phones each from Panasonic, and Uniden (2.4 and 5.8) and compared them also to my old 900Mhz Sony and 900Mhz Uniden. The 2.4Mhz phones had the best distance and the 5.8Mhz had the best quality sound.
Customer Review: Best Phone Yet
This phone promises alot. And it delivers! Sound of the answering system is clean and clear. Just read the product info-yeah it does all that! The amazon price with super saver matched ebay so why not buy it new in the box?

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