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1. COBY AM/FM CD ALARM CLOCK RADIO
$15.19 $14.93 list()
2. Conair TCR200MS Clock Radio Telephone
$24.19
3. NW BELL 26510-1 2-Line Speakerphone
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4. AT&T 360 Clock Radio Corded
5. Columbia Telecommunications Corded
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6. Conair CID-402 Clock Radio/Telephone
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7. Conair CID400 Clock Radio Phone
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8. Conair TCR500 Clock Radio Telephone
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9. GE 29291 Bedroom Clock Radio Phone
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10. Zenith Z814B Clock Radio-Telephone
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11. Zenith Z824 Alarm Clock with CD,
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12. Zenith Z828B Clock Radio-Telephone

1. COBY AM/FM CD ALARM CLOCK RADIO WITH TELEPHONE CDRA185
by Coby
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0002IYQAU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Coby
Sales Rank: 6937
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

This could be the most versatile bedside assistant you'll find. The does-it-all Coby Digital AM/FM Alarm Clock with CD Player and Caller ID* Telephone features a top-loading CD player with programmable track memory, an AM/FM stereo radio and a 70-memory caller ID telephone with one-touch call back from caller ID*. Alarm clock also has dual alarm function, snooze function a built-in night-light and a large LED digital frequency display. *Requires phone company service. ... Read more

Features

  • Includes AC Adapter (USA Plug); Wall Mounting Bracket
  • Top Loading CD Player with Programmable Track Memory and Play/Pause, Search, Repeat Functions
  • AM/FM Stereo Radio with Big LED Digital Frequency Display, Dual Alarm Function, Snooze Function
  • Built-in Night Light
  • 70 Memory Caller ID Telephone, 3-language Operation, One-touch Call Back from Caller ID

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well for my purposes
If you're on the lookout for fabulous stereo sound and a lot of bells and whistles, this unit probably isn't for you.However, if you want an easy-to-use clock-radio-cd-telephone combination that saves some space on your nightstand, this works quite well.

The sound from the radio and cd player tends to reflect the speakers being rather small, but is decent enough for what I expected.The controls are easy to use, although a couple of CD controls may be worth reading the instructions for (such as, if you want to skip ahead to another track on a CD, press the "CD display" button before you press the forward button, or you'll just fast forward through the current song).There is a night light on this unit that is actually quite helpful, if you don't like turning on your lamp and blinding yourself when you just need something to keep you from stubbing your toes on the way to the bathroom.The button to turn it on and off is large, so you aren't fumbling in the dark for it.Same goes for the snooze button in the morning - I like being able to groggily thwack a button that's easy to find.The clock display is bright and easy to read (I replaced an old Timex unit whose Indiglo light didn't "glo" nearly enough).I don't think there's a "dim" setting for the clock, so keep that in mind if bright displays bother you at night.The volume and radio station tuning controls are a little fiddly, being on the side of the unit rather than the front, but are still better than some I've used in the past.The phone handset is pretty straightforward, the one drawback being that when hanging up you feel you have to make sure it "sits right" in the cradle, so you really know you've closed the connection.And, as always, Caller ID is a "Good Thing."

Overall, I've found this unit to perform well for the purposes that I bought it for, and have been quite pleased.

2-0 out of 5 stars So-So
I was satisfied with the purchase when I first got it. This clock/radio/CD player is slim and looks sophicated. I like how it's compact and not heavy to move around. The CD player works alright, but the sound quality of the radio is pretty poor. No matter how I turn the manual AM/FM tuning dial, I can't seem to turn to the radio station I want. Sometimes, there's a hiss sound, which can be annoying. I didn't have this product long enough to find out how the telephone works, because I'm returning it! ... Read more


2. Conair TCR200MS Clock Radio Telephone (Metallic Silver)
by Conair/Southwest Bell

our price: $15.19
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Asin: B00009V3ZA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Conair/Southwest Bell
Sales Rank: 2869
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Conairphone built its business with standard corded telephones, which are still its foundation. However, Conairphone continues to strengthen its leadership role in the consumer electronics industry by introducing dynamic telephone designs. This reinforces Conairphone's commitment to design, fashion and value.PRODUCT FEATURES: Illuminated Keypad;Last Number Redial;Receiver Volume Control;Ringer On/Off Control;AM/FM Tuning;Oversized Snooze Control;Auto Radio Mute when using telephone;Battery Backup. ... Read more

Features

  • Battery backup
  • Last number redial
  • Illuminated dial
  • AM/FM radio
  • Oversized LED alarm clock

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice item for the price
I got this yesterday, it's a nice little clock for the price.
Pro:
1. Green LED, adjustable dim setting
2. Has a phone included.

Con: Radio quality is just so so. ... Read more


3. NW BELL 26510-1 2-Line Speakerphone
by NW BELL

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Asin: B00009W3PN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: NW BELL
Sales Rank: 8993
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Product Description

2-line operation3-way call conferencingLine status indicatorsLCD display 2-way speakerphoneDistinctive ring for each line Volume control Hold with indicator10-number memory 1-year limited warrantyWhite ... Read more

Features

  • Two-line
  • speakerphone
  • LCD
  • Line status indicator
  • Distinctive ringer for each line

4. AT&T 360 Clock Radio Corded Phone with Caller ID
by AT&T
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00000J1DX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 47796
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Clear away some clutter on your desk or nightstand with the all-in-one clock, radio, telephone, and caller-ID system from AT&T. You can wake up to music, news, or a forceful alarm and place nighttime calls with the lighted handset.

Setting up the 360 was easy--we just plugged in the AC adapter andtelephone cord. The backlit LCD display prompted us to set the clock, which we were able to do without the manual. We did glance at the manual before entering the caller ID settings, but the instructions were straightforward.

Programming the memory dialing was almost intuitive. The process was a slight variation of AT&T's usual method of pressing the Prog button, dialing the number, pressing the Mem button, and then pressing one of the buttons to store the number. This time we had to press Prog again instead of the Mem button.

Setting the clock-radio alarm was a little unusual. On the LCD screen, the radio is called Alarm A, and the buzzer is called Alarm B. (Why not Radio and Buzzer?) In our test, the telephone sounded clear and bright; the lighted handset worked on ordinary line voltage, requiring neither the AC adapter nor the battery; and even without the 9-volt battery, all settings were preserved without AC power for a few minutes. The caller-ID/call-waiting feature includes a bright indicator to let you know you have new caller ID entries in the history list or that a new call is coming in (if you're already on the phone).

Pros:

  • Sets up in minutes
  • Sturdy construction

Cons:

  • Imprecise volume control
  • Can't view the time when the radio is on
... Read more

Features

  • 13-number memory dialing
  • AM/FM clock radio
  • Caller ID/call waiting with 70-number history
  • Lighted keypad
  • Message-waiting/new-call indicator

Reviews (11)

1-0 out of 5 stars Screen died after 1 yr, bad volume
Phone receiver volume and clarity was poor.Display screen died after 1 year.

1-0 out of 5 stars Good Idea, bad product
I purchased this item about 18 months ago and I'm not particularly satisfied with it.It's a great idea - a phone and clock radio all in one - a great space saver.Unfortunately, this is not the model to buy.The display screen is at a difficult angle to see unless you raise your head.The controls are not particularly intuitive to use.The worst aspect of the unit, however, is the volume control.It is very imprecise and the volume can't be set low enough without cutting out completely.Don't waste your money....

1-0 out of 5 stars Very poor design
Buttons too small, difficult to set, poor sound quality, not user friendly.

1-0 out of 5 stars Radio & display died after only 18 months
I have not liked this unit since I bought it 18 months ago. The programming is not intuitive at all. Secondly, the snooze and alarm buttons are difficult to find if the unit is on the left side of the bed. Also, by the size of the display you'd think it would be easy to read. However I cannot see it from my bed--a foot away--let alone across the room. A black display with lighted letters/numerals would be better. Then yesterday I unplugged the phone as instructed to replace the 9V backup battery. When I plugged it back in, the light came on but there is no display. The radio won't work and neither will the alarm. All I have left is a phone. I bought this unit for the combination of features/price but I guess you get what you pay for!

1-0 out of 5 stars Why Would Anyone Buy This?
Based upon other customers reviews, I bought this product because I wanted a digital radio that would reliably wake me up in the morning.The radio quality is the only redeeming feature I can see in this product.It isworthless as a clock - the face is angled so one must be above it andwithin 2 feet to read the pale display of the time.The illuminateddisplay area is too bright making sleep all but impossible while thereadout is practically invisible.Contrary to the advice of AT&T techsupport, the alarm MUST be activited each night even when the word ALARMremains in the display area.The volume control is poor, but that seemsthe least of this products problems.Too much technology and too littlecommon sense! ... Read more


5. Columbia Telecommunications Corded Phone (CTCBDRCI1) (CTCBDRCI1)

Asin: B0002EVUI0
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 101143
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6. Conair CID-402 Clock Radio/Telephone with Caller ID
by Conair
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B0001654WW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Conair
Sales Rank: 28550
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Conairphone is a hallmark of advances technology and design with its innovative, award-winning product lines. With broad and powerful appeal, Conairphone's products offer decorative styles and colors that add the perfect touch to any room in the house. ... Read more

Features

  • Attractive metallic silver design
  • Caller ID ready with 64-name-and-number log
  • Built-in AM/FM tuner with auto mute features
  • Over-sized snooze control, alarm-on indicator
  • Illuminated keypad, ringer/receiver volume control

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Looking for a gift for someone you dislike? Then, buy this..
If you ever wondered what became of engineering grads who were at the bottom of their class, Conair must be their primary recruiter. Don't buy stock in this company because their products are uniformly dreadful. I wish I had paid more attention to the other reviewers' comments before embroiling myself with this lousy clock telephone radio.The set looks pretty, but it is a disaster.Why?

Nothing could be more ineptly designed. It used to be so simple to set the time.Not in this model.You have to go through multiple steps to set it, as though you were at the control panel of a jet aircraft. Why make such an easy function so complicated?

The so-called backlit panel is a joke.They actually used DARK digits so that it is impossible to see the numbers! You need a magnifying glass (literally) to make out anything.To seethe display in a dark room, well, forget it.Also, the dim switch has no effect.

The alleged lighted keypad is another joke. A few numbers in the center only are lit. So, to make a phone call when the room is dark, all the digits you are dialing need to be in the middle row if you expect it to be lit. Or, you need to develop braille sensitive fingers to feel your way around the keypad.

It is also impossible to read the display for the radio tuner
or the alarm clock setting.

So, in conclusion, if you are buying a clock radio to be able to use the phone at night, to select a radio station, or even, (heaven forbid!) tell the time, this is not for you. The only award it may ever win is for incredulity that any company would have the nerve to manufacture it.

3-0 out of 5 stars FAIR PRODUCT AT A GOOD PRICE
This is a very compact unit that does many functions adequately, but not perfectly. The caller ID works well, with a red blinking LED to let you know when there has been a new call. The sound quality from the radio is fair to poor, but then again this will probably not be used for high-fidelity sound. My main gripes with this unit are as follows: The LCD display is hard to view from across the room or at angles, the alarm time is a pain to reset- you have to go through a long menu just to reset your alarm time- this is hard to do in the dark without waking your sleeping significant other, and the button to turn the alarm on and off is tiny and hard to find when you're barely awake (although the snooze bar is nice and big), and the phone cord is on the short side. However if you are short of space on your night stand, this product will provide a degree of functionality. If you have the room, however, you'd probably be happier with a separate phone and a separate higher-quality clock/radio.

1-0 out of 5 stars Conair has no quality control
Conair has a knack for making products that look like exactly what I want.This is what tricks me into buying them.However this is the 3rd Conair Phone product that I have purchased that just flat out didn't work when I took it out of the box.None of the buttons on the unit worked.I was unable to set the clock or do much of anything.Useless.Seek a more quality product elsewhere.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellant product for the price!
This is one of the best alarms I have ever owned.The light has two settings and on high it serves as a night light when I get up in the middle of the night.I also like the fact that it takes up so little space.No more needing two items.This is a great value for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing radio phone
CID-402 is a multi-functional phone serving radio and clock functions. I bought it few months ago, and it could HELP me alot. I can set the radio as the alarm in order to wake me up in the morning. When I hear the radio,it means I should get up. Also, it has the SLEEP function. I think the phone that attracts me the most is the shape and design of it. I like the design so much. Though it has strong features, it is still designed as a slim phone. It just takes me a little space to place it. Consequently, it is indisputable that CID-402 is a really good phone. You should buy one. ... Read more


7. Conair CID400 Clock Radio Phone with Caller ID (Gray)
by Conair
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B00004YK32
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Conair
Sales Rank: 39686
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Conairphone built its business with standard corded telephones, which are still its foundation. However, Conairphone continues to strengthen its leadership role in the consumer electronics industry by introducing dynamic telephone designs. This reinforces Conairphone's commitment to design, fashion and value.Conair CID-400 is a slim caller ID phone combined with a clock radio. It features 64 name-and-number caller ID memories, caller ID callback/redial, last number redial, AM/FM tuning, auto radio mute when using telephone, and more. ... Read more

Features

  • 3-line LCD screen
  • Caller ID call-back, review, and erase
  • Phone/clock radio features caller ID memory for 64 names and numbers
  • Adjustable display panel
  • Lighted clock radio dial

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars If Your Are Looking for the Worst Telephone Clock Radio...
This is the worst telephone clock radio ever designed. The radio function has dreadful sound and does not stick to the station.It finally went dead after a year, taking with it the whole alarm system, and making it useless. The phone function is very difficult to use in the dark.The keypad is not lit and it is easy to misdial. When the equipment was removed from the box it stank of chemicals for several days, and a notice said that it would takeawhile for the smell to stop.Never bought a product before that had that problem. I agree with all the other negative comments in the other reviews except for the LED clock function. There is a switch that allows it to be bold or dim and the bold provides adequate lighting to see the time. However, don't buy this awful product.

1-0 out of 5 stars junk!!!!
two died in less than a year!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible Phone
I purchased this phone/radio/clock combo for my mother and after the first few uses, it was returned. It's a good concept for those who have limited space, but poorly executed. The most glaring problem is that the radio will bleed into your calls. It isn't very loud, but you can hear talking and music very faintly in the background when the radio is supposed to be off. The radio reception itself is horrible and the speaker is not very good. There are buttons on each side of the phone that set various functions like volume control. Those were very loose and could probably snap off with ease after some use. The only thing good I can say about this is that the phone will work if the power goes out. Plugging it into an outlet is only needed for the radio, clock and caller ID functions. In fact, the phone works best if it's not plugged in; which seems to prevent the radio signal bleeding in. However, that goes against how this product is supposed to work. You're better off getting a lower priced corded phone and a separate clock/radio instead.

1-0 out of 5 stars waste of money
This product is the absolute pits.The audio is harsh and definitely unpleasant.When using the phone you can hear the radio in the handset even though the radio if off.As for the lighted radio dial........forget it.The dial has a narrow vertical slot through which a very dim LED lights.Since the dial markings are on either side of this slot, its impossible to see what station your trying to locate.Additionally, the caller ID display is also hard to see even if the contrast is adjusted to your liking.The brightness of the called ID display as depicted in the ad is misleading at best.Avoid this product at all costs.Believe me you won't be satisfied with it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Double Buyers Remorse
I say double buyers remorse because I bought two of these phones for Christmas one for me and one for my mother. Both worked fine for a while and then they both started to act up. Mine started acting up first it started having an erratic display and the radio would come on by itself. Then my mothers started having a squealing sound come from her phone. Neither one of the phones has lived up to having the proper caller id function either as we have other caller ids that work much better than these phones. The company does give good repair service though and they are prompt about repairing their products. You do have to pay a five dollar fee though to get the product repaired. I hope this review was helpful to you. ... Read more


8. Conair TCR500 Clock Radio Telephone
by Conair
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004YK33
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Conair
Sales Rank: 64232
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Conairphone built its business with standard corded telephones, which are still its foundation. However, Conairphone continues to strengthen its leadership role in the consumer electronics industry by introducing dynamic telephone designs. This reinforces Conairphone's commitment to design, fashion and value.Conair CID-500 is a slim corded phone combined with a clock radio. It features last number redial, AM/FM tuning, auto radio mute when using telephone, indirect lighted dial, a ringer with on/off control, an AM and Alarm indicator, and more. ... Read more

Features

  • Auto radio mute when using the telephone
  • Oversized snooze control
  • Phone/clock radio with lighted dial
  • Ringer with on/off control
  • Last-number redial

Reviews (5)

2-0 out of 5 stars You get less than what you pay for!
Unfortunately, when I bought this phone, I got less than what I paid for... There are no bargains or good deals with this phone..
--==THE BAD==-- ** The radio dial tunes very badly** The caller ID is very difficult to see and poorly lit ** The handset cord is only 12 inches long coiled up and if streched more than 18 inches you will pull the base from whatever you have it sitting on** the phone cord that plugs into the wall is permanently attached to the base set and can not be switched for a longer one, this is not good if your phone jack is more than 2 feet away, you would have to buy an adapter to extend the cord ** The worst thing about this is the fact that you can hear music from the radio bleeding into the phone line, the radio and alarm are OFF, this is very annoying, I could live with the other short comings, but this is the worst thing about this, if anyone knows how to solve this issue please send me an email
++==THE GOOD==++ ** I Like the bright display, even dim is very bright ** I like the oversized snooze button **

1-0 out of 5 stars Clock Radio Review
The radio is TOO loud when it comes on.The radio is hard to tuen. The clock face is too bright in the dark and the caller ID is hard to see.This is not a very good buy.

2-0 out of 5 stars Clock Radio review
Even on the dimmer of the two settings this clock's face generates enough light to read a book by. I found myself strategically positioning objects in front of it at night to block the insomnia-producing rays.

Also the button lay out is very confusing. I still have to take a long look at it to figure out how to set the alarm time. Not an easy alarm clock to operate.

2-0 out of 5 stars Electronics Fan
When I first got this phone about 7 or 8 months ago, the only thing that bothered me was the FM tuning dial (antiquated/hard to tune in ANY station) and the clock display, even on low, was BRIGHT!Now, bit by bit the phone is falling apart.First off, it is advertised as a CALLER/ID/CALLWAITING ID (or at least mine was)..which it is NOT.It is ONLY Caller ID, if you are on the other line, there is no display of who is calling IN. Most of the time the Caller ID DOES NOT WORK AT ALL!As time goes by, caller id numbers pop up less and less...I'd say out of 10 calls coming in, it displayed only one.Next up, last week the radio started acting up.It can no longer be turned off!In other words, the alarm no longer works because on every setting (off/on/radio/alarm)the radio plays.All I can do is just turn the radio volume down and use it as a clock...and phone...no alarm, no caller ID...it's a piece of trash! UGGGHH!!!!! The only thing good about this phone is the voice quality which you get with ANY corded phone!

2-0 out of 5 stars Junk
Essentially its a hunk of junk. First the lens over the display fell off. The phone cord is so short that if you answer the phone from a standing position the whole unit is dragged off the nitestand. The volume control is either loud or off. The display, even on the lowest setting, can be read by in even a totally dark room. But, the phone works great, it comes on when it should, and it sounds good even with a 1960's analog tuning dial. Gee, I didn't think you could get a radio with a tuning dial anymore. ... Read more


9. GE 29291 Bedroom Clock Radio Phone
by General Electric
list price: $32.99
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Asin: B00000J04W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
Sales Rank: 91353
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Clear away some clutter on your desk or nightstand with the all-in-one clock radio phone from GE. You can wake up to music, news, or a forceful alarm. Place nighttime calls with the lighted handset, and let the attractive art deco design accent your bedroom.

Setting up the phone on this attractive and durable unit was easy--we didn't have to consult the manual for any of the features.

The AM antenna is built in, and the AC power cord also functions as the FM antenna. AM and FM stations sounded clear even in a basement room and were easy to tune in with the discreet tuning dial.

The green LCD display seems very bright in a darkened room but makes it easy to find the phone to answer nighttime calls. If you're prone to swat the Snooze button when your alarm sounds, you'll find the big oval Snooze easily reachable. Just be careful not to hit the Hour or Min buttons, as these will change the clock time.

Pros:

  • Attractive design
  • Lighted telephone keypad
  • Long handset cord

Cons:

  • Easy to accidentally set the clock
  • No brightness control on clock display
... Read more

Features

  • Sleep timer and snooze
  • Deluxe AM/FM radio
  • 12-number memory, including three one-touch emergency and nine quick-dial numbers
  • Large, green LED clock with battery backup
  • Wake to music or alarm

Reviews (11)

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor Visibility
Trying to discern the time or phone number at night or day in the prone position is virtually impossible due to the poor quality of the lighting display . Who wants to get up to read the time or phone number ?? Not me.

1-0 out of 5 stars don't buy GE
Their products are full of glitches.This bedroom phone stopped displaying the Caller ID correctly the first time I bought it.After I brought it back to the store for a replacement, the time was always wrong.It would show the right time when a call came in, but would get stuck there until the next call.Look for similar statements about other GE phones and take the advice not to buy a GE phone.

1-0 out of 5 stars What a piece of garbage!!
Don't waste your money on this item.You can't read the display at all, so you never know what time it is.The base is so light that when you answer the phone, the base comes along and falls off the nightstand.GE, you should be ashamed of yourself!I always trusted that brand name.... until now

1-0 out of 5 stars too hard to read lcd
Great idea but a terrible phone.It's impossible to read exceptif you are directly above the phone.Also the delete for removing calls fromcaller id didn't consistantly work.The lcd screen was too bright and hard to read if lowered.

1-0 out of 5 stars I agree with others!
I love the caller ID/phone/alarm/clock combo idea...but I agree with the others, it's hard to read the LCD, it's annoyingly bright, it's too easy to reset the time, and my pet peeve: the phone HANDSET does not fit well/easily into the cradle...therefore it's too easy to bump off and it seems like always off the hook. Good idea that needs alot of redesign! ... Read more


10. Zenith Z814B Clock Radio-Telephone (Caller ID Memory,Dual Alarm)
by Zenith
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00005ML7V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Zenith
Sales Rank: 70723
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
I bought this phone about 2 years ago. Just after the warantee was up the handset quit working so that I could no longer dial out. Recently the ringer stopped working and one of the alarm buttons works only intermittently. The AM receiver has only ever worked to pick up a station about 15 miles from me that transmits at 64000 watts. Anything else on AM frequency comes in staticy (is that a word?).

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product
I absolutly love this item.Phone sounds great.Radio has excellent reception and sound.Caller IDclear and works everytime.Have had it for a while with absolutely NO problems.Recommend to everyone.Even gave several as Christmas gifts and ALL are pleased.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing sound then phone stopped working
The title says it all.We found the radio to sound pretty horrible as if the stations just could not be tuned well.The previous units (other brands) worked fine.Soon after, the caller ID stopped working.Then after almost a year, the phone stopped working.It's interesting how so few clock radio phones are available, and those that are seem to have low ratings.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unanimous
Must just be a faulty product.Too many people having the exact same problem.Like everyone else that wrote a review, I loved this phone/clock when I first got it.Then...the caller ID stopped working...then the handset.Alarm works wonderful is about all I can say for it.

1-0 out of 5 stars I used to like it...
I used to really like this alarm clock/phone before I finally decided to subscribe to caller ID. I was all excited to see my first incoming call and when the call came, nothing happened. The caller ID display is totally blank. I went on the net to try to find out if I could get a owners manual, thinking I had done something wrong...Nope, I see here that others have had the same problem.

Other than that, the alarm works good, and the display is nice and bright. ... Read more


11. Zenith Z824 Alarm Clock with CD, Stereo, and Telephone
by LG Electronics (formerly Zenith)
list price: $85.99
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Asin: B00005MO3F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: LG Electronics (formerly Zenith)
Sales Rank: 104078
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12. Zenith Z828B Clock Radio-Telephone (Caller ID, CD)
by Zenith
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005ML7U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Zenith
Sales Rank: 71715
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Zenith Z828 combines all the bedside functions you need in one unit. A multifunction CD player and AM/FM radio provide music through two 3-inch stereo speakers. A telephone with caller ID is also a part of the unit.

The Z828 offers the ability to wake to CD, AM/FM radio, or a buzzer. A battery backup for the alarm keeps your alarm from being reset in the case of a power outage.

Additional features include memory for 18 radio presets, 12 FM and s6 AM. Caller ID information is displayed on a multifunction LCD, such as caller's name, number, date, and time. Up to 50 incoming calls can be stored, plus there are three one-touch dial and 10 two-touch memory keys for your favorite phone numbers. ... Read more

Features

  • 50-number Caller ID memory
  • CD, AM/FM radio, and buzzer alarm
  • Multifunction CD player
  • AM/FM stereo digital tuner
  • Corded phone with Caller ID LCD on back of handset

Reviews (7)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine but problem with phone unless you have mfg tip
I have had this machine since early 2000.Everything works great when you read the instructions thoroughly.Great sound, nice alarm features such as wakeup to radio, CD, and buzzer.You can set all three alarms.When you turn off the alarm in the morning you do not have to worry about turning the alarm for the next day, as it will remember your settings.However, the problem with the phone not being able to dial out at times is a legitimate complaint.I called the manufacturer and they provided three tips that have worked but all are temporary fixes.If the phone stops working such as not being able to dial out or the caller id display is locked, first replace the 9 volt battery that is used for powering the features on the handset.Generally, this will fix the problem.If this does not fix the problem, the phone may also have been affected by a surge.Just unplug the cord that goes from the handset to the base of the phone and leave it disconnected for an hour or more.This should reset the handset.However, their may be ongoing problems where you may have too many phones on a phone line through out your house.Each phone has a REN (Ring Equivalence Number) on it.This phone shows 1.3 and is displayed on the black sticker on the handset.If the other phones simply stop working, check the total REN (Ring Equivalence Number) value of all the devices sharing your phone line. The total REN value on any one phone line should not exceed 4. If it does, some phones may not ring or even work at all, and computer modems will tend to drop the line or not connect properly. Most normal phones and computer modems have a REN of 1. If your other phones or PC modem is one of several devices on the same line and you have trouble, try removing one or more phones. Long extension phone cables can also cause similar problems and should only be used if absolutely necessary. The REN value is usually displayed on a sticker on the underside of the phone (eg, REN=1). With the phone annoyace I would have rated the phone 1 star if I didn't have the manufacturer's tips.If your phone does not have the problem, I would rate it a 5.Since I was able to use the tips with my phone problems, I rate it 3 stars.

1-0 out of 5 stars Exhanged first broken one and now second is down...
I liked the combo phone/alarm/cd but found the product to be the worst quality of any home electronics I have ever purchased.Both the original and the replacement lost keypad functionality within a month of use making it impossible to dial out.Also both phones slowly lost all contrast on the caller id lcd so that you couldn't make out any display after a couple of months.

Almost sure to break within a few weeks of light use.

1-0 out of 5 stars Phone did not work
I ordered this phone/clock radio and while the electronics seemed to work fine, the phone was dead and would never produce a dial tone, no matter what I changed or did.

2-0 out of 5 stars Didn't Like It.
The reality of this model is it has poor CD sound quality, complicated controlls, a low ring setting thats still to loud, is physically bigger than the picture would have you believe and if you read the instruction manual before you purchased it, you would not purchase it.

1-0 out of 5 stars poor phone quality
It is very difficult to find a product with all of these features,and I was happy at first to think I had solved my problem.The CD worked, and the alarms worked, but the phone was noisy,and hard to talk over it.I returned it,and got another one but the next one didn't work at all.I returned this one and Im
still looking for a replacement. ... Read more


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