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VTech CS6209


$20.00 Released July, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact design with a minimal base, doesn't take up much room. Basic setup is very simple, don't need the manual for it. Speakerphone is sensitive and loud, easy to work with.

The Cons:Some glitches with counting the number of calls received when using multiple handsets.

The VTech CS6209 is an ENERGY STAR accessory cordless handset built to work off of a compatible VTech cordless system (e.g. the CS6219). It's based off of DECT 6.0 technology, which delivers a superior frequency (versus 2.4/5.4GHz) for enhanced sound, range, and security.

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It is unique in that it need not be plugged into a phone jack; it automatically picks up the base system’s signal. Plus, it boasts a bevy of convenience features: conference with an outside call between handsets; intercom between handsets; and even the ability to transfer calls between handsets. Additional features of the VTech CS6209 include Caller ID, selectable ring tones, and trilingual prompts.

Features

  • ENERGY STAR
  • 100% RoHS compliant
  • Accessory Handset
  • Caller ID w/Space for 50 Entries
  • DECT 6.0 Digital Technology
  • Handset Speakerphone
  • Intercom
  • Digital Security
  • Conference Calls
  • WiFi/Hearing-Aid Friendly
  • Wall Mountable
  • Pager/Handset-Locator
  • 9-Number Speed Dial
  • Any Key Answer
  • Backlit Keypad & Display
  • Handset Volume Control
  • Last Number Redial
  • Selectable Ring Tones
  • Trilingual Prompts

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    compact design with a minimal base, doesn't take up much room

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    basic setup is very simple, don't need the manual for it

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    speakerphone is sensitive and loud, easy to work with

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    other end can hear you very clearly

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    can hear incoming calls very well, nice clarity

  • 1

    strong signal, can move a fair distance from the base

Cons
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    some glitches with counting the number of calls received when using multiple handsets

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