Panasonic 1-Line Corded Telephone with 2-Step Tilt Angle

Panasonic 1-Line Corded Telephone with 2-Step Tilt Angle
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Now you're talking. Know who's on the line before you even pick up with the help of this corded, integrated phone. It boasts Call Waiting/Caller ID capability and a three-line LCD screen that displays caller information. The KX-TS880B also keeps your contacts organized, thanks to a hefty 50-station phonebook and 10 one-touch dialer stations that allow you to reach people by just pushing a button. From Panasonic.

Caller ID and Call Waiting are subscribed services. Contact your local telephone company for availability, details, and costs.

  • Includes KX-TS880B base, corded handset, and manual
  • Call Waiting/Caller ID capability
  • 50-station phonebook
  • Hands-free speakerphone
  • 10 one-touch dialer stations
  • 20 two-touch dialer stations
  • 20-number redial memory
  • Three-line LCD display
  • Two-step tilt angle
  • Programmable flash time setting
  • Navigation key
  • Dial lock
  • LED ringer indicator
  • Extra-long, approximately 15-5/8" curl cord
  • Wall-mountable
  • Measures approximately 6-3/8"H x 8-5/8"L x 6-7/8"W
  • UL listed; 1-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Made in Malaysia

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Panasonic 1-Line Corded Telephone with 2-Step Tilt Angle is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unable to make it a wall phone I bought this phone because it said I could make it a wall phone but it is impossible to push the two tabs in order to move the wall mount adapter. I sent it back in exchange for another of the same model, thinking some how the two tabs got glued down but the new one is just the same. I really don't need all the fancy stuff and I'd like to keep this phone but I must have a phone that will mount on the wall.
Date published: 2017-07-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good phone for home use I haven't had this phone for very long and have not used all of its functions yet. So far I'm very pleased with it.
Date published: 2016-10-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Phone is just Ok I have 2 of the TS880W model. We love the 1 button Dialing feature of the phone. What we really like is the viewing area that says who is calling. But, even with changing batteries, we no longer can see who is calling us at all, nothing shows up. But phone will show us how many calls we've missed in that same box. We wanted a land line in case power goes out we still have a phone. BUT, without the ~~ who is calling~~ feature, the phone is no longer useful to us.. Yes, it has happened to both phones at the same time. Get the extended warranty
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Poor mic pickup but otherwise fine This phone replaces a 20-year-old ATT desk phone that had a great speaker and great mic pickup. We very much like to converse via speakerphone, and with this new Panasonic phone, people on the other end of the call report a tinny, down-in-a-hole sound on their end. We have found if we put our mouths closer to the phone set, the quality is better. Also, no "line in use" indicator. This phone is compact, nice looking, and grips a smooth counter-top very well. The higher mode for the stand makes the phone much easier to use and the readout much easier to see. I think we shall be happy with this phone in the long run.
Date published: 2015-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Back light The phone is wall mounted and is under a cabinet with a small desk. A back light in the display panel would have been a great option.
Date published: 2015-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Purchased and tried 6 phones. I kept one Panasonic Shopped, sent or returned 5 other makes of phones. None of the other brands could even slightly compare to the Panasonic. It has all the features that I was shopping for plus the Panasonic name which means quality. I have had the phone about 2 weeks now and am extremely well pleased with it. I sincerely recommend this product to anybody looking for a good wall phone.
Date published: 2015-08-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from confusing directions We bought this model to replace our 600 series model on which the digital display had become garbled. Tech support online was very helpful. Shipping was lightning-quick. Unfortunately, initial set-up was quite frustrating. Just setting the time and date proved baffling. We repeatedly followed the written directions to no avail. Eventually, for no discernible reason, the phone began accept input. Some steps to set-up seemed missing or unclear. Post-set-up the phone is working fine.
Date published: 2015-08-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Panasonic disappointment a bit I've used any number of Panasonic devices over the years, and this telephone seemed like a logical choice. I find it a bit difficult to use at times since I'll start to dial a number in the on hook manner, and when I look to check the numbers I've input, there's only one, the others are ???? If I clear the display and redial it usually works. The other complaint I have is the voice mail "message" doesn't display because the "missed calls" message prevents it from showing. So if you are gone for any length of time, have a couple of missed calls, there is no indication of any voice mail messages until you hear the stutter dial tone, or clear the missed calls display. There is a small LED on the upper right corner of the base, but it doesn't flash with a visual "message waiting" indication like most phones would with the same set up. Nice looking phone, and probably a little bit of a disappointment but also an economic decision since they can only put so much technology into a lower priced phone. Oh, the speed dial programming is very frustrating. Not the least bit user friendly. Sorry Panasonic, maybe you should stick to TVs and stereos.
Date published: 2015-06-28
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