Updated 30 Jul 2015

Uniden

XDECT 5135 + 1

Snapshot: The Uniden XDECT 5135+1 is an XDECT digital cordless phone that runs on stand-by for 10 days. What’s the sound quality like and how long does the battery last when you're talking?

XDECT 5135 + 1
Consumer score
SCORE
Price guide

$170

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Test results

Overall score
71
Ease of use
?/10
Receiving sound
?/10
Sending sound
?/10
Battery life
?/10
Answering machine
?/10

Good points

  • Easy to use.
  • Good receiving sound quality.
  • Very good sending sound quality.
  • Good answering machine.
  • Has headset port.
  • Hearing aid compatible.
  • Can be used during a power cut.

But

  • Just OK battery life.
  • No extra features to help people who have impaired sight or hearing.

How we test

Overall score includes:

  • Receiving sound quality (20%)
  • Sending sound quality (20%)
  • Ease of use (40%)
  • Talk time battery life (20%)

Price guide is from a May 2016 survey.

Full specs

Model

Price guide
$170

Specifications

Talk time (hrs)
23.5
Standby time (days)
10

Features

Handsets supported
12
Works if power cut
Bluetooth
Yes - not tested
Headset port
Hearing-aid compatible
Digital system
XDECT