In the age of smartphones, one has to wonder what use there is for a Panasonic landline phone. We’ve read that it can be a pretty good survival tool if you’re out in the woods: you know, defense against bears and the like. Home defense also comes to mind. Heck, if you’re in the shed, you can use it to whack things into place. How’s that for multi-purpose?

Okay, maybe the Panasonic KX-TG4011N DECT 6.0 PLUS isn’t quite that obsolete. We only jest because the phone comes with a single unit, whereas the DECT line usually comes with up to five different handsets. We suppose this is on the lower end of the spectrum, less for office users and more for people that can’t bother with a standard corded phone.

Once you look at the phone’s features, you’ll see that it’s actually not the crude tool that you might have initially thought it to be. It has a nice battery-saving system, a decent phonebook and a lighting indicator of incoming calls. It doesn’t even have an answering machine, which is a big plus, if you ask us. Who the heck wants someone else taking our calls? If someone’s calling me, I want to be the one to answer it.

While the set of features isn’t exactly dizzying, one reason why you might need the Panasonic KX-TG4011N manual are the batteries. Although they’re rechargeable and come with the phone, we see several concerning scenarios here.

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What if the batteries leak? What if you somehow lose them? What if they didn’t come with the phone because the retailer figured to make a little extra cash on the side. Add to this troubles with the charging stand, and you’ll quickly realize why the Panasonic KX-TG4011N user manual has plenty of uses aside from using it to light a fire during the aforementioned camping trip: http://sharedf.com/documentation/panasonic-kx-tg4011n-owners-instruction-manual/