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  • Specifications
    Speakerphone
    Yes
    Bluetooth Enabled
    Yes
    Expandable
    Yes
    Frequency
    DECT, DECT 6.0 Digital, 1.9GHz
    Answering System Included
    Yes
    Visual Ringer
    No
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Panasonic - KX-TGD890S DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone System with Bluetooth Pairing for Wireless Headphones - Silver

Model:KX-TGD890S
SKU:6529313
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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 22 reviews

95%would recommend to a friend

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  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Panasonic Phones Get Better

    I think very highly of Panasonic phones and love the ability to build your system all at once or as you go. This Panasonic-KX-TGD890S is all that i thought that It should be-aesthetically pleasing, ergonomic, and performs at the highest of levels. I have an older model and this one has more bells and whistles such as the use as a baby monitor, and of course as a blue-toothed phone to your headset so that you can answer calls without carrying the phone around. I will say that this handset easily connected to my headset without issues or problems. The pairing button is on the handset, bottom left, the default is not in the paired mode. It is important to have the set up guide because the different functions need to be programmed in and that involves hitting the menu button prompt, then using the # button, and putting in a 3 digit code that then allows you to start the programming of that specific function, agsin through the handset. I only got the base and 1 handset. The manual states that the handset should already be assigned to that base, but mine was not. So, i had to redo that process again so that i could then program the location of that handset, also diplayed on the handset, so you know which handset goes in which room. A few more insights. I did try to register my older handset with this newer base and handset, but i was not successful doing that. Two, there are some system accessories that you might want to look at. I happen to live on some land and you can by an extender that would allow you to be at a greater distance from the handset, anything to be hands free.

    Posted by KansasMeddlingMom

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    A great cordless phone for those who need one

    Telephone landlines are slowly becoming extinct nowadays with the advent of cell phones. Still it has its purposes. In my case I work at home and I still find a need for a landline for fax communication for documents (Email arguably is not HIPPA compliant.) So of course, I have an all-in-one printer for that. That said the land line subscription that I pay for my home office is way underutilized. Here comes the Panasonic KX-TGD890 cordless phone. Cordless phones as we all know have been around for two to three decades and not much have change then Basically it is old tech. Still the Panasonic KX-T6D890 still has its virtues. First is that like all all cordless phones, it has a base and can be expandable by purchasing separate handsets. Needless to say there are variants where several handsets are bundled with the main unit. The unit being reviewed is only for the single variant model. The main features of this cordless phone include the following: 1) It has a digital answering machine. This may be a no brainer but most telcos nowadays put an additional charge for voice mail services. This built-in feature saves you money obviously; 2) This model boasts of long battery life for its handsets. But what is not noted in the box is that it uses rechargeable AAA batteries instead of proprietary batteries. This makes things simpler since should the batteries get worn out, they can be easily replaced; 3) It has a full duplex speakerphone. This feature is standard in all cellphones, so this is also a must in cordless phone; 4) It has a talking caller id function which is also bilingual. This for me is a nifty feature as you don’t have to look at the handset to know who’s calling; 5) It has an auto Robo Call block which is a feature not found in most cordless handset not even in my older Panasonic cordless phone this model will replace. Of course there is Nomorobo, but the additional protection for spam calls is always a welcome feature; and 6) It has also Bluetooth capabilities. And though this may be a feature not everyone needs, I find it very useful as I can pair my headphones with the landline thereby freeing my hands during conversations. In other words I can multi-task while discussing things with clients and fellow remote workers. There’s really no more for me to really discuss the “virtues” of this phone as this phone is perfect for someone Iike me who works from home and has a need for a landline. I would highly recommend this phone.!

    Posted by msumulong

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    A New Twist on a Familiar Product

    The Panasonic – KX-TGD890S DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone System is the quality that many have come to expect of an expandable phone and answering system for Land Lines. Panasonic has had various models of this phone and with each seem to try to perfect upon the previous release. The Voice Clarity is very good, a speakerphone is easily accessed when needed, the Intelligent Eco mode helps to preserve the battery life, the push of a button on the handset can be used to block spam calls from coming through again, and it is a very easy to use all of the Answering Machine features. Like many of the previous and similar models, this phone also allows for the addition of a total of 6 handsets. There is a new feature that I personally have not seen before and that is the ability of this model to have 2-way recording, and to be able to announce that it is recording to the caller. This recording feature most definitely discourages some spam and abusive calls when the caller hears that they are being recorded. To help cut down on spam, the phone is also equipped with a One-ring scam alert. The difference in this model and any of the previous and similar telephone devices is that this particular model also allows for use of Bluetooth headphones with the handset. This new feature that has been added to a solid product that works well, is very easy to implement and is only a matter of pairing one’s particular headphone or earbuds to the handset device. Pairing headphones or earbuds is a very simple process if the headset or earbuds support Hands Free Profile or HFP, which most do. Up to four different headphones can be paired to the handset, but only one can be used at any given time. I found it easy to answer with the ear pods and to switch between handset and headphone. In this case to pair the headphones, ear pods that I am most comfortable with, I pushed a pairing button on the headphone case and held it while I also pushed the PAIR button on the handset for a good three seconds. I continued to hold the button down on the EarPods case and then heard a beep that notified me that my headphones/EarPods were now paired to the Panasonic Headset. Being able to move back and forth between handset and headphone, or using the headphone with the cellular phone and still be hands free to listen to music on another Bluetooth device is very convenient. If you are still using a land line at either work or home, I would recommend this in either situation. It is a seamless integration that has evolved through the natural process from the way we as humans work and live with technology.

    Posted by SwigglesMilam

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