Philips M3351 Cordless Telephone

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All-time low: £38.88 on 12/07/2018


Philips M3351 Linea design cordless phone is a beautifully sleek and feature-rich telephone for the home. With elegant, upright design and a small compact footprint, it brings a touch of class to any modern household. Precision engineered for superb sound quality and energy efficiency, it has an answering machine, clear back-lit display screen and speakerphone for hands-free use. Ease of Use The keys on the keypad have been finely calibrated, so you clearly feel every keystroke, to ensure precise dialling. The 1.6” high-contract white-on-black reverse LCD display screen ensures easy reading, so you can clearly see who's calling you. Hands-free Calls Hands-free mode utilises a built-in loudspeaker and microphone so you can speak and listen to the call without holding the phone to your ear. Perfect if you want to share the call with others, or are busy doing something else. High Quality Build The M3351 is precision-built for quality, elegance and stability. HQ Sound means the acoustics are perfectly tuned to deliver the most crisp and natural vocal clarity. Smart cable management ensures unsightly wires are kept from view, and precisely adjusted magnets ensure easy and secure docking of the phone in the specially weighted base when the call's over. Key Features : Hands-free mode - speak and listen during a call without holding the phone to your ear ECO mode - when activated, the emitted radiation is reduced by up to 60% Answering machine with up to 25 minutes recording time High quality sound for a superb sound reproduction, specially tuned for vocal clarity Elegant, easy to use upright design