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Motorola DECT 6.0 Enhanced Corded Base Phone with Cordless Handset and Digital Answering System L402C

Motorola DECT 6.0 Enhanced Corded Base Phone with Cordless Handset and Digital Answering System L402C

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  • DECT 6.0 Cordless Telephone with Corded Base
  • 15 Minute Digital Answering System on Base
  • 9 Speed Dial Presets
  • Handsfree Speakerphone on Base and Handset
  • 60 Name and Number Phonebook

The Motorola L402C DECT 6.0 corded/cordless phone with answering machine is the perfect way to route all your phone calls to one place. Features include: Interference free digital technology, 15 minutes of answering machine record time, answering machine access from corded or cordless handset, extra comfortable handset with large 3 line display, handsfree speakerphone on base and cordless handset, 9 speed dial memory, 60 name and number phonebook (30 on corded base and 30 on the cordless handset), selectable ringer tone, adjustable ringer and earpiece volume, up to 12 hours talk time and up to 180 hours standby.

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List Price: $ 79.99

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  1. D. Olewiler says:
    91 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    LC402C Review, August 23, 2009
    By 
    D. Olewiler
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    This review is from: Motorola DECT 6.0 Enhanced Corded Base Phone with Cordless Handset and Digital Answering System L402C (Office Product)

    I recently purchased the Motorola DECT 6.0 Corded/Cordless system and I must say I am pleasantly surprised. I previously owned a GE DECT 6.0 phone and it was terrible. There was excessive static even with just a dial tone using their corded base phone. The phone was not around any televisions or other electronic devices, just did not work. Maybe the noisiest corded phone I have ever owned. Needless to say it was returned. I purchased this phone with a little trepidation based on the GE and there is no comparison. The corded Motorola phone has exceptional clarity with the base phone and the handsets. The static that was so much the problem with the GE, is non-existent. None of the ringtones mimic a regular telephone but I have gotten over that already. A cool feature of the phone is the ability to add ring tone music to a specific incoming number, from the preloaded selections. Haven’t used the phone very long but my initial impression is all positive. Interestingly I could not find a review for the phone before I bought it so I decided to post one.

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  2. Pamela says:
    47 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    2 stylish phones with handy intercom, speakerphone, December 5, 2009
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    Pamela (Dubuque, IA USA) –

    This review is from: Motorola DECT 6.0 Enhanced Corded Base Phone with Cordless Handset and Digital Answering System L402C (Office Product)

    I bought model L402V of this phone Dec 2009 from Sam’s Club, for about $50. There are two phones: one a corded base with an answering machine, the other a cordless phone with charger. The packaging had an earth-friendly “green” notice, which I found appealing. The buttons on both phones are comfortable and easy to press.

    I did have trouble changing the base to wall mount. The “quick start” guide omitted this issue, and the extended manual contains such tiny images that I had difficulty reading it. When I tried to reverse the clip that holds the phone on a wall-mounted base, it came loose and shot across the room. Luckily, I retrieved it before the cat got it.

    Discouragingly, once wall mounted, the phone hangs crooked when the receiver is hung up. I fixed that problem by putting sticky tack behind it (the stretchy stuff you use to hang up posters). Although the manual said it would have to be charged for 24 hours before first use, the cordless phone had enough charge in the battery to try it out.

    The phones are slim, stylish, and mainly intuitive to use. One not very intuitive feature is that in order to make a call from the base, you have to press the “speaker” button. With the exception of the intercom feature, they mostly work as if they are separate phones, and their differences can be confusing.

    The cordless phone has great audio transmission without static or interference, even in distant parts of the house. We’ve had trouble inside our house with previous phones. I like that each entry in the phone book can be customized with one of ten ringtones, some of which are really cute. The ringtones apply separately to each phone, so the phones will ring at the same time, using separate melodies.

    A disadvantage is that it’s hard to see the location of the tiny microphone on the base, and you have to speak very close to the phone when recording a memo or the outgoing message. For this reason, the audio quality of the memos and outgoing messages can be poor. However, the audio quality of the actual phone conversations is very good, and the volume is easy to adjust.

    The two separate phonebooks are also a bit annoying. There doesn’t seem to be a way to link phonebooks so that each time you save a number it appears in the both the base and the cordless phone. 30 numbers can be saved on each phone. Confusingly, the base will not save an incoming caller’s number if it’s not in the phonebook, but the cordless will do so.

    The font size on the LCD screen of the base makes it easy to see the numbers and names. The base lights up only when active, which (I hope) saves energy. The speakerphone and mute features work well. For those who don’t mind figuring out the quirks, this phone combination is a good purchase.

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  3. DMG "DMG" says:
    37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrible keypad, January 7, 2010
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    DMG “DMG” (New Jersey USA) –

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    This review is from: Motorola DECT 6.0 Enhanced Corded Base Phone with Cordless Handset and Digital Answering System L402C (Office Product)

    I purchased this phone as a replacement for an old Panasonic set. I was impressed by its clean design and compact size, both of which were great when I received the unit. However, the keypad on the base unit is awful. The “keys” are flat pieces of rubber, which feel flimsy and make the dialing action extremely imprecise. I had to listen for the audible beep as I dialed each digit to be sure they were entered.

    Too bad an otherwise excellent phone is ruined by this simple design botch. Fortunately, the unit comes in a simple package that makes it easy to repack for return shipping.

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