Panasonic DECT 6.0 Phone Replacement Battery (HHR4DPA4B)
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- Four AAA batteries for DECT 6.0 cordless phones
- 4 AAA DECT Phone Batteries
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Of the 226 reviewers who responded, 217 would recommend this product.
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- Necessary for Panasonic handsets- October 21, 2018
Tried the same trusty NiMH rechargeable AA batteries I use in virtually everything else in my mother's Panasonic handset, and they wouldn't properly charge -- seemed like a trickle charge on the charging base despite being left overnight and then some, and then would only hold a charge for maybe an hour. Found it necessary to use Panasonic's own branded batteries. Disappointed in this, but it is what it is. Be sure to buy the right ones for your handset -- Panasonic has a ton of different handset models, and multiple AA batteries offered. Use their website to find the proper SKU.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Works great!!- September 27, 2019
i got some free panasonic deck 6.0 phones from a guy that wanted to get rid of them (several years old but a high end somewhat expensive model, had some wear and scratches but works fully functional); originally I was going to buy off him (off of OfferUp) a motorola cordless phone set but being the ad 1 year old, he couldn't find them and I was bummed, but in turn gave me a 3 handset KX-TGA652 for free, so I said hell yes, but I had to buy my own batteries. I came across these panasonic orange labeled beauties and all phones work good as new.. just dang expensiveYes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Panasonic Phone new batteries died!- July 17, 2021
I have two land line phones. Both needed two batteries. They worked fine for several weeks but now one is, once again, beeping. Just like it did when the batteries went dead. So that is disappointing for sure. I have been very busy and have not taken them back to Best Buy for exchange. I have used Panasonic land lines for decades and they never, not once lost their charge. So this is something new and with all that needs attention these day, this is just uncalled for.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.