Siemens Gigaset Premium E370H Additional Handset

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Regular price £59.99

Key Features

  • Large, illuminated individual keys
  • Boost key for extra loud volume
  • Room monitoring (baby monitor) with intercom function
  • Direct call function: All keys are programmed with one and the same phone number

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Siemens Gigaset Premium E370H: Big Buttons, Extra Loud, Crystal Clear Conversations

Please note that this is an additional handset and charging cradle to be purchased for use with an existing system. This handset cannot be plugged into a telephone line, and will not work without a base station.

Up to 6 handsets can registered to the base of the E370A. Benefits of using multiple handsets include features such as: intercom, call transfer, and conferencing facilities.

As this handset is GAP compatible, it can be registered to other Gigaset bases. For details on what features will work when using the E370H with a different model, please refer to the following compatibility guide.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Gigaset E370H

Further to my previous review, the E370H is compatible with VoIP when using a n300 or go box 100 base unit . If not, then you may need another base to go with the E370H handset. I have the Gigaset n300 base unit.

Great Large Number Product

This product works really well for my partially sighted Mother. As usual excellent service from Ligo

Great phone to usual Gigaset standard.

I purchased this additional handset to go with my existing C430A specifically for my wife who has severe hearing loss. It was recommended by James and he was spot on. The choice of acoustic profiles together with the option to select the extra loud mode has provided a handset that she use without struggling to hear. The sound quality is excellent.

do not have one
Found initial use very confusing

Instructions for use need to be clarified. To register 2nd instrument was told to press buttons on 'base' not instructing that this meant the base of the 1st instrument. At 87 I found instructions very confusing as are those for installing telephone numbers for telephone book. Perhaps you would consider making these simpler.

Harpers Tate
Almost perfect

I have had a Gigaset full set for many years and it has performed flawlessly, only requiring new NiMH batteries in the handsets every couple of years. So, when I decided to upgrade, the same brand wasn't a difficult decision. In fact I had just acquired a new internet router which also functions as a DECT base so this was just an additional handset purchase. In overall appearance, the handset is good and functionally it works perfectly well. Its simple enough (for anyone already used to answer machines and messages, menus and phonebooks) and the buttons and display are all clear. The sound quality in both directions is as good as can be expected in a telephone. And like its predecessor, it uses readily obtainable AAA NiMH batteries.

If I had one criticism (and it is minor), I'd say it doesn't "feel" like a quality thing; it doesn't "ooze" quality. In saying that, I'm comparing it to a Fritz!Fon, which in that respect is in a different league. But none of that would stop me from recommending the Gigaset.