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Motorola L602 DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone System with 2 Handset
Make communication easier than ever with the L602 cordless phone system from Motorola. It provides you with interference-free digital technology, allows you to talk handsfree with the speakerphone and includes 2 handsets.
ITEM#: 13509040Make communication easier than ever with the L602 cordless phone system from Motorola. It provides you with interference-free digital technology, allows you to talk handsfree with the speakerphone and includes 2 handsets. Other features include 9-speed dial memory, 30-call Caller ID, selectable ringtones, adjustable ringer and earpiece volume control.
- DECT 6.0 technology
- Expandable up to 5 cordless handsets
- Single PSTN line operation
- Handset speakerphone
- Large 4-line LCD display with amber backlight
- 30 name and number phone book
- Customizable color band
- Call Waiting Caller ID
- Stores up to previous 30 callers' display information
- 10 selectable ringer tones
- Adjustable ringer and earpiece volume
- Up to 12 hours talk time and 180 hours standby
- Wi-Fi friendly
- Energy Star compliant
- 2-handset system
- Weight: 1.4 lbs
- Model: L602
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I needed the phone so I could see the dial easier. The background color does make it easier to see the dial. I only need the 2 phones and it works well. Motorola is a good brand.Read More
Light weight and thin with good clarity and easy to understand. Our favorite feature is always the speaker so that we can conference with the Grandkids. We are quite pleased.Read More
So far we are enjoying the phones, but still learning the features I don't understand why caller Id doesn't show show up?Read More
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