Any price comparison is to a new, nonrefurbished product price.
Panasonic Landline Handset Telephone System with 3 Handsets (Expansion Handset Available)
- Set of three handsets
- Expansion handset can be used with set of three handsets
Ideal for Home’s Needs
If your home has poor cell reception and you need to have an always reliable line, then a landline system will help you out. It includes caller ID announcements, so you know who’s calling without needing to get up, and reliable DECT 6.0 functionality that averts interference.
- One-touch call block
- Voice paging for proclaiming a message throughout the house
- Speakerphone capabilities
- One-touch noise reduction
- Baby monitor setting can let you know when your little one is stirring
- Built-in answering machine holds up to 17 minutes of messages
Additional Handsets Available
With this deal comes the ability to pick up more compatible handsets. The system can accept up to six handsets, and three come with the system, so you can buy three more to ensure a phone is nearby at all times.
- Model numbers:
- System: KX-TGL433B
- Extra handsets: KX-TGLA40B
- Comes with 3 comfortable-grip handsets with large backlit displays (additional available for purchase)
- Operates on 1.9GHz frequency
- Handsets each run up to 12 hours of talk time or 8 days of standby time per charge
- Condition: manufacturer refurbished
- Product dimensions:
- System: 2.08”x1.42”x6.65”; 1lb.
- Handset: 4.69”x4.48”x2.87”; 0.33lb.
- 90-day warranty from Panasonic
Konosuke Matsushita founded Panasonic in 1918 on the strength of just one invention—his two-socket light fixture. It evolved into one of the world’s largest electronics companies, manufacturing everything from plasma and LCD TVs to TVs for your TVs. As Panasonic grew, however, it never lost sight of its founder’s philosophy of working to improve the lives of people and the development of societies worldwide. To this end, the company has created and supported numerous initiatives, such as the global Panasonic Kid Witness News, which educates children in underserved communities through video programs. In addition, the World Economic Forum has named Panasonic one of the most sustainable corporations in the world, thanks in part to its EPA-award-winning recycling operations.