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The first thing that i will say about the SL400a phones is that they are not cheap, after having numerous BT branded  phones (that were of dubious quality) and a few Binatone phones(that were even worse) over  the last few years i thought it was time to bite the bullet and splash out on what i can only describe as one of the best phones i have ever seen or used.

The first thing that you notice about the phones as you unpack them is the weight and build quality, they comprise of a nice chromium plated solid metal frame and a  metal keypad similar to the laser cut key pads of the Motorola Razr. The batteries install easily and are of the flat lithium-ion type you find in mobile phones. Once the batteries are installed and the shiny black back is clipped on you realise that all that chrome and shiny black is going to show up all the fingerprints.  Belt clips are supplied as an option if you want to use them and do not really detract from the overall design of the phone. Continue reading “Customer Review of the Siemens Gigaset SL400 / Gigaset SL400A” »