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Panasonic KX TG2730

Panasonic KX TG2730
alaScore 71

39 reviews

Nov, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 39 reviews of Panasonic KX TG2730. The average rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Cordless Phones for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cordless Phones the Panasonic KX TG2730 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 39 reviews)

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Consumer review by: robinsonanna (epinions.com)

Good Phone

 

I like this phone overall. Lots of great features, especially the answering machine access from handset. Have a problem with the answering machine options though. First, you can not hear the outgoing message during call screening. You hear 4 rings, the...

lots of options, answering machine access from handset, good sound

Bad answering machine, so-so range

Jan, 2007

Consumer review by: wilkerbeast (epinions.com)

KX-TG2730

 

Speakerphone built in to base unit and handsets. Use handset to retrieve answering machine messages.

Setting menus are complex, confusing. Unable to access lists while in a call.

Apr, 2006

Consumer review by: muppetmike (epinions.com)

All show, no go

 

Look, feel, features

Battery life, no audible message beep.

Aug, 2005

Consumer review by: tn9787387 (epinions.com)

This phone bits..

 

Good features.

Keep getting "link to base" messages.

Apr, 2005

Consumer review by: maujoanie (epinions.com)

I'm very disappointed in my KX TG2730 phone system

 

The system is very unreliable. Very often when it rings and I go to answer it (both the main system and the one extension I have) I get an message that saying I'm too far away from the base phone, yet I'm standing right there. Needless to say I end up ...

I love the fact you just plug the phone extension into a regular electrical outlet.

See above

Feb, 2005

Consumer review by: supplier (epinions.com)

it's very good. Just read full review and decide it for yourself

 

I found this review on my hard drive. I wrote it 9 months ago. Just want to add this particular model was one of the first where Panasonic introduced nanny-intercom and two-way radio. To make a decent range of the radio the power output was slightly ...

Expandable, high quality, a lot of useful features, three voice mail boxes

Low quality battery must be replaced with better one

Dec, 2004

Consumer review by: mikoprod (epinions.com)

Terrible battery life & terrible Panasonic service

 

Comfortable features, nice style, clarity adequate

No battery life & terrible customer service from Panasonic

Oct, 2004

Consumer review by: seankun (epinions.com)

A Battery that works!

 

Like many others who have reviewed this phone, I think the phone is terrific but loathe the batteries. I have a base station and two extension handsets (for a total of three cordless handsets). Phone usage is very light in our family, with less than ...

A battery that lasts as long as I expected it to.

I bought too many Panasonic batteries before finding it.

Sep, 2004

Consumer review by: mskitty666 (epinions.com)

Great phone horrible battery

 

I purchased this phone system and an additional handset in September 2002. About four weeks later my troubles began. Despite following all directions for initial use and only charging the handset when indicated I began to have huge problems. I would ...

Loads of features

no caller id on base,need to purchase aftermarket battery

Sep, 2004

Consumer review by: dai123 (epinions.com)

Terrible battery makes the phone virtually unusable

 

I agree with all the previous reviewers who had problems with the Panasonic battery. We purchased the base unit, two extra handsets, and have had problems with all the handsets. Similar to other users, the battery charge indicator showed 3 bars (full ...

System of expandable handsets in theory is a great idea

Battery life is poor that this single con essentially wipes out all other pros

May, 2004

Product Specifications

For the convenience associated with a multi-handset telephone without the complicated wiring required by standard small telephone systems, Panasonic offers the new KX-TG2730. This new Multi-Talk 2.4GHz GigaRange Expandable telephone system is loaded with features and, unlike many current expandable systems, MultiTalk offers users four different types of expandable handsets that can be added instead of only one type. Useful in both a home office or just a busy household, this new telephone offers the option of operating a single feature-packed base unit with the ability to interact with up to eight separate handsets. In addition to reaping the benefits offered by clear, long-range cordless 2.4GHz operation, each handset user can also take advantage of speakerphone-capability, four-way conferencing and a variety of other advanced features. Operating on the ultra-clear 2.4GHz Frequency Band and using Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) Digital Operation, this new multi-handset telephone system transmits or "spreads" its signal over many frequencies per second helping to assure a private conversation. Panasonic's 90-channel auto scanning system will automatically scan available channels for the next clear available channel before the user even initiates a call. The new KX-TG2730 operates on one phone (CO) line. The KX-TG2730 is designed to handle your messaging needs when you're not available. Located on the base is an all-digital answering machine with 15-minute capacity. The system provides three separate voice mailboxes and up to two mailboxes can be accessed simultaneously from any two handsets or the base and one handset. Other messaging features include remote message and mailbox access from any handset, full voice prompts, and time and date stamps for each message recorded. The KX-TG2730 lets you call any station from the base unit or "page" them all at once. A four-way conferencing capability lets you link, for example, two handsets and the base unit with an outside call or three handsets with an outside call. Ideal for hands-free conversations or involving a group of participants, this model also includes a base speakerphone and a speakerphone on each of the handsets and a headset jack for use with an optional headset. Each system also includes a lighted keypad on the handset, a handset locator, and individual volume controls on the base and handset.

Answering Machine

Answering System Type:Digital
Recording Capacity:11min

Battery

Standby Time:Up to 264 h

Dimensions & Weight (Base)

Depth:5.5in
Height:2.8in
Weight:17.6oz
Width:9.8in

Dimensions & Weight (Handset)

Depth:1.6in
Height:9.5in
Weight:7.8oz
Width:2.1in

Display

Type:LCD display

Header

Localization:English
Manufacturer:Panasonic
Model:TG2730
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Panasonic KX

Miscellaneous

Color:Silver
Placing / Mounting:Table-top / Wall-mountable

Telephone

Conference Call Capability:5-way
Dialer Type:Dual keypad
Header Features:W/ call waiting caller ID & answering system
Transmission Band:2.4 GHz
Type:Cordless phone

Telephone Features

Caller ID: Yes
Handset Locator: Yes
Intercom: Yes
Speakerphone: Yes
Voice Mail Capability: Yes

Telephone Memory

Speed Dial Capacity:10