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Panasonic KX-TGF320 review

Key features
  • Phone & answering machine
  • 1 handset
Reviewed

The Panasonic KX-TGF320 is an unusual home phone as it has both a corded and cordless handset (to go with the built in answering machine). It also has a power backup feature, so will keep working in a power cut, and offers some call-blocking options. Read our full review to find out whether this is a good option if you need to replace your existing home phone.

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  • What is it?
  • What's it like to use?
  • What's the sound quality like?
  • Is there anything I should watch out for?
  • Is there anything else I should know?
  • Should I buy it?
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Technical specifications

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General

  • Type of devicePhone & answering machine
  • Number of handsets1 handset
  • Phonebook size100 contacts
  • Answering machine memory40 minutes
  • Location of message indicatorHandset & base
  • Display typeBlack & white
  • Display size1.8-inches
  • Location of ringerHandset & base

Test results

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£63.86£3.48
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£71.98£4.00
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We have tested 130 cordless phones and found that there are 2 Don't Buys and 30 Best Buys.
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  2. 68%
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  3. 88%
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