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Uniden DECT1635+2 Digital Cordless Phone $48 Harvey Norman (Store Pickup)

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Hi all, was looking for a new cordless phone with answering machine and stumbled across this deal at Harvey Norman.

Uniden DECT1635+2 Digital Cordless Phone System for $48 on the Harvey Norman website. Pickup is free from store if in stock, else delivery is available for extra (came up as $5.95 for Sydney).
This pack contains the basestation handset and 2 extra for a total of 3.

Comparison of prices elsewhere:
Bing Lee Online $79
The Good Guys $79
Myer $84.95
Cheapest on Ebay is $59
JB Hifi sell the single handset for $44
Officeworks have the 2 handset pack (1+1) for $64

Details of item:
- The Uniden DECT1635+2 Digital Cordless Phone System is Wi-Fi network friendly, with 2 additional handsets, a duplex speakerphone for handsfree use, Blackout Power Failure Protection and DECT 6.0 Technology.
- These phones are suited to high density living environments and have a plethora of features suitable for any home, including a lengthy talking range from the base unit, slim design, 3 line backlit display and won't conflict with your Wi-Fi Network.
- Use Maxi Sound to boost your handset volume control, customise your sound with a choice of different ringtones, use the Digital Duplex Speakerphone as a handsfree, and record up to 14 minutes on the answering machine built in the base.
- The Blackout Power Failure Protection feature works wonders in a blackout, using your charged handset temporarily to power the base unit, letting you still make emergency calls.

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  • +1

    Solid effort there. Thanks! :)

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    Bought…

  • I got the dect1635+ 3 handsets (4 in total) from the last deal for $48. Managed to swap the telstra one for uniden

  • Does anybody know how to change the time on this phone? Problem is - I can set the normal time, but it will be automatically changed back for 1 hour (on all 3 handsets), couldn't find any solution on the internet 8-(

      • Thanks a lot for that, cytotoxic!

        Unfortunately this manual does not solve the problem (I had the same manual with the phone purchase, paper version), after setting the correct time on all 3 headsets, time is still jumping forward 1 hour… :-(

        • From the manual:
          "Date & Time Menu
          Use this menu to set the clock (if you have Caller ID, the phone sets date
          and time automatically)."

          So maybe the date and time are being reset to the standard for the network you are on ?
          You might want to contact your provider.

        • @rakeem:

          Thanks Rakeem, that's a very good point. I guess I'll need to contact Telstra and ask them what's going on ;-)