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VTech CS6229


$30.00 Released July, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Easy to set up. DECT 6.0 - does not further crowd the 2.4 or 5.4GHz bands (leads to clearer calls, fewer issues with other devices which utilize those bands). Can be expanded by purchasing up to 12 additional handsets.

The Cons:Phone does not have very good grip, quite slippery. 50 name / number directory may be too small. 13 minutes of recording time may be too limited depending on usage and storage preferences.

The VTech CS6229 is an ENERGY STAR cordless handset base unit featuring a digital answering machine and Caller ID. It is expandable by up to 12 CS6209 accessory handsets. It functions as the base and in fact requires only one phone-jack connection.

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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. Plus, the set 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 CS6229 include digital security, Wi-Fi compliance (no interference), and a pager/handset-locator.

Features

  • ENERGY STAR
  • 100% RoHS compliant
  • Cordless Base Unit (Expandable by 12)
  • Digital Answering Machine
  • 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
  • Remote Message Retrieval

Model Variations

  • VTech CS6229 | White/Black (One Handset)
  • VTech CS6229-2 | White/Black (Two Handsets)
  • VTech CS6229-3 | White/Black (Three Handsets)
  • VTech CS6229-4 | White/Black (Four Handsets)
  • VTech CS6229-5 | White/Black (Five Handsets)

User Reviews (3)

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Pros
  • 2

    easy to set up

  • 1

    DECT 6.0 - does not further crowd the 2.4 or 5.4GHz bands (leads to clearer calls, fewer issues with other devices which utilize those bands)

  • 1

    can be expanded by purchasing up to 12 additional handsets

  • 1

    affordable price

  • 1

    great reception

  • 1

    whatever is saved on one handset is automatically saved to all handsets

  • 1

    backlit number pad for use in low light

  • 1

    good battery life

  • 1

    uses quality NiMH batteries (no memory)

  • 1

    built-in digital answering machine

  • 1

    digital encryption to make eavesdropping impossible

  • 0

    intercom functionality

Cons
  • 1

    phone does not have very good grip, quite slippery

  • 1

    50 name / number directory may be too small

  • 1

    13 minutes of recording time may be too limited depending on usage and storage preferences

Comments (2)

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Pau
Pau: #vtech_cs6229 I am trying to use two separate phones with two separate phone numbers in the same household. I already had a a two extension phone (CS6229-2) with a particular phone number. I got another land line phone number and want to use ANOTHER set of vtech (VTech CS6229-4). Will this work or would they interfere with each other? Jul 8, 11
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Eric Kreitzer
Eric Kreitzer: #vtech_cs6229 This is useless to me. The old model can take a handset and this one HAS NO HANDSET JACK. Am returning it and getting something else and am annoyed that they removed a feature of the older model that I liked. Oct 5, 09
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