How would you sum up the quickest thing to ruin any nice phone call? We gave it some thought, and we came to one word: interference. Whether we’re talking lossy connectivity, a loose cable or a crow assaulting you while you’re trying to talk, it all comes down to someone or something interfering with your important discussion.

Uniden management agrees with us, and so does their marketing department. When branding the DECT 6.0, they wanted to let potential buyers know that no force was great enough to interfere with their precious calls if they’re using this model.

And so you have the full name, the DECT 6.0 Interference Free Cordless Telephone. But is it really that? Well, with this model, Uniden went for the 1.9GHz frequency which few other devices share. This should make it ideal for areas with a lot of frequencies going in and out, such as police or radio stations.

We haven’t battle-tested the 6.0, but we like the idea. Like most cordless phones, it’s packed with features that make corded varieties seem too aged for their own good. And, like with most cordless phones, you’ll probably need want to have the Uniden Dect 6.0 manual before trying to make your first call.

Where can I download the Uniden Dect 6.0 User Manual for free?

Chances are, if you went for the Dect 6.0, you do have a lot of frequency-based devices in your home. That makes reading the Uniden Dect 6.0 user manual all the more important, as you don’t want the phone jamming the other devices in your home. Yeah, the manufacturer promises it won’t, but we rather place our faith in our manuals instead: