The top five cordless phones of 2015 include the Panasonic KXPRW130W, the Panasonic KXPRW120W, the Panasonic KXTG7873S, the Panasonic KX-TG9541 and the Panasonic KX-TG6512B, according to The Wire Cutter. These cordless phones all receive strong reviews for their functionality and useful features.
Panasonic’s KXPRW130W takes home top honors for its sophisticated smartphone integration features that allow iOS and Android phones to connect to the headset and make landline calls over a house’s Wi-Fi network. The phone also wins praise for its clear sound quality and ease of use. If the KXPRW130W is unavailable, the comparable KXPRW120W has almost identical features but lacks the KXPRW130W’s useful control buttons on its base. The phone’s connectivity range is also slightly shorter.
For those with poor cell phone reception at home, Panasonic’s KXTG7873S allows users to convert their cordless phones into smartphone headsets, making and receiving cell phone calls using their home phone lines. The device’s Bluetooth connectivity allows users to leave cellphones in areas that receive good reception and move all around the house using the cordless hand units.
Panasonic’s KX-TG9541 is the best choice for users who need two phone lines. The device connects up to six handsets, offers the ability to connect to smartphones and features a built-in answering machine.
For users who don’t need smartphone connectivity or other extra features, the Panasonic KX-TG6512B is a no-frills cordless phone that is functional and cheap. The phone offers a range of 158 feet and supports up to four handsets.