With the Gigaset DA710, every call is comfortable and easy for every user.
All contacts in one device
The space for up to 100 phonebook entries gives you plenty of room to store all your contacts and the 8 direct dialling keys for 16 numbers lets you call more people at the touch of a button. For greater flexibility, you can use the handsfree mode or connect a RJ9-compatible headset via the headphone jack. It allows you to prevent the caller from hearing what you say by pressing the mute key. You can also select a melody to be heard on the caller while on mute.
Calling tunes and VIP mode
You have the choice of 16 melodies for incoming calls. However, you can always turn the ringer off when you want some quiet and be notified of incoming calls via an optical display. A further advantage is the VIP call indication, which allows you to set certain contacts as VIPs and assign them a unique ringtone and visual indication. You can also schedule to be rang only when a VIP is calling.
Quick Redial and Call Barring
Versatile yet uncomplicated
With the 4-way navi key, navigation in the Gigaset DA710 menu is very simple. It is compatible with Pabx and PSTN, allowing you to either connect directly to the fixed network or use it as part of a call center.
On desk and wall mount
It is possible to mount on a wall, allowing you to install it wherever you want and is powered by a telephone cable, which means there is no need for extra power. The modular display of the Gigaset DA710 allows you to adjust it to an angle more comfortable for you and check the time, date, and duration of the call at any time.
Key lock and alarm function
The ability of key locking prevents unauthorized calls. However, in the event of an emergency, the alarm function allows a child, for example, to call you to a number assigned by you while the phone is locked.
For users who have hearing loss, the Gigaset DA710 is hearing aid compatible, ensuring they don’t miss a single decibel.
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