Kyocera DuraXV Extreme

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Introducing the ultra-rugged Kyocera DuraXV Extreme, designed to withstand harsh environments so you can meet life's challenges head on. Intelligent, compact and ultra-durable, DuraXV Extreme performs under the most challenging conditions. Built with easy-to-use features like a large, tactile keypad and a programmable Alert1 and Push to Talk1 buttons, Speaker and Stop keys. DuraXV Extreme also has an intuitive interface that's simple to navigate or customize. Combined with long battery life, loud dual front speakers, dual-mic noise cancellation, Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities,2 and a powerful Quad-Core processor, this phone is the extreme environment companion that won't let you down. You can count on the DuraXV Extreme and Verizon, America's most awarded network to be there when you need it.

Reviews

3.1/5

71 Reviews

55%

of reviewers recommend this product.

A GRET UPGRADE FROM 3 G PHONE

JERRY - 6 hours ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

SIMPLE PHONE THAT DOESN'T HAVE ALL THE EXTRA APPS. EASY TO USE. HAS EVERYTHING I NEED.

Kyocera DuraXV for blind or severe macular degeneration family

Chris - 1 day ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

We waited 4 months to write this review to ensure how the Kyocera DuraXV phone would work for our 93 year old mother with severe macular degeneration (legally blind). I am extremely happy to fully endorse the Kyocera DuraXV for any family member that may be visually impaired. The Kyocera DuraXV is a very rugged phone, and our mother feels that it will not break or fall apart as her last phone did (Samsung Gusto), and with the physical one button on the side of the phone, she can simply feel for the button, press it, and say "Call John", or "Call Sally", and it will automatically dial and connect anyone that is in her address list! Our mother, and all of us family members, could not be happier with the quality, ruggedness, and features of the Kyocera DuraXV Phone! Thank you Kyocera for making such an outstanding product.

Great for my grandad he had an old Samsung phone that was on 1x bar that was 5 years old me and my cousin bought it for him he wasn’t use to it at 1st

Eli Padgett - 5 days ago

But overall for us to talk to him he is able to sit in his chair at home and watch tv and talk on the phone without dropping a call period.

High quality basic phone.

BMCPA - 19 hours ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

This phone has great all clarity and volume. Better reception than many smartphones it seems. It is as function as I could wish for in a basic phone.

easy to change over from my old phone

gizmo - 4 days ago

Best phone I ever had. Battery lasts 4-5 days .Everybody sounds better and I sound better .

Awesome phone to dump your smartphone!

- 4 hours ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

Ok, I am a very techy person. I was particularly in love with Apple. I usually had the latest iPhone every year - I had a 11 Pro Max until I decided I wanted to be free from the dependence and distraction of smartphones. I have many small children and I can't stand the idea of them growing up watching me stare at a screen. Anyway, I was TERRIFIED to downgrade to a flip phone. That meant I'd have to actually do a lot of things: get a planner, a GPS for my car, etc. I know, that sounds so dumb. Because it is. I was mostly concerned about texting. I knew I'd still have to call and text. I then saw a review by a guy on YouTube who convinced me! THIS PHONE IS ABSOLUTELY AMAZING if you want to downgrade but still have some handy features. First off, the phone is rugged, solid! I don't have to worry about it falling. The keys are large enough to text comfortably. I use the XT9 word in English and it's fast AND accurate. However, I am bilingual so I switch to Abc mode for my primary language. No problem there at all, still quick for me. It has Bluetooth (and WiFi) so that's phenomenal - I get to keep and use my AirPods with it (which is so useful with little kids when talking on the phone) and it works like a charm. It connects automatically and works very well. I was told there was no easy way to transfer contacts from smart to dumb phone - not true. I backed up my contacts and sent myself the vfc. file via email and I got them all immediately. You're welcome for the tip! YES, this little guy supports email. It's fantastic! I can get pictures, music, contacts, and save it. Since I intend to not avoid using it as a smartphone, I have notifications off for email but it's there if I need it. It also has a browser, and it's super fast. YOU CAN EVEN ACCESS YOUTUBE VIDEOS and they're awesome! Again, not going to browse all day but I can access many things in case I need to. It can be a hotspot for up to 10 devices. I've tried it with my work computer and it works wonderfully well. Completely useful for someone that works full time. You can also assign a particular ringtone to different contacts which I find super useful. This phone supports group message, which I have a few. I can receive pictures, videos via text as well. So I'm not like lost in a world of instant texting and sharing pictures. Obviously the camera is not great, but it works decently. I mostly take pictures with my point and shoot camera, share them via email and then I can text them to people. The quality of the call is insanely good. So much better than my iPhone! The speaker on this little dude is also extremely loud. Calls and music are clear and loud! Battery life is obviously much better, but since I've been using it quite a bit I can't really attest to how long it'll go without a charge. I know it'll definitely be better than my previous phone. It also has a flashlight, so I'm not missing out on that useful feature ;) You also have a limited amount of emojis (around 50) but you can see most if not all NEW iPhone emojis when people send them to you. Another handy feature is that you get a preview of the last message received on your outer screen: if you're waiting on a quick reply from someone you can see it without having to open the phone. If you are browsing and investigating because you want to get rid of your smartphone and take control of your life, but are on the fence like I was - LOOK NO MORE! This phone has more than what you'd ever dream to have in a flip phone. It has made my transition really easy. It's liberating! Thanks Kyocera for making such an incredible phone!

1 Alert and Push toTalk requires a subscription
2 Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot Capability requires activation and may incur additional data charges.
3 IP68 dustproof and waterproof rated for up to 30 minutes in up to 6.5 feet of water. Drop-proof up to 1.5m onto concrete
4 Certified for use in classified hazardous work environments where concentrations of flammable gases, vapors, or mists are not normally present in an explosive concentration (but may actually exist).
5 Based on average battery life under typical usage conditions. Average expected performance based on typical use. Actual battery life depends on factors such as network, features selected, frequency of calls, and voice data, and other application usage patterns. Results may vary.
6 Non-camera version available.