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Old School Phone Turned into Modern Communication Device [Video]

sagemcom sixty cordless phone 1 Old School Phone Turned into Modern Communication Device [Video] Remember those massive 60′s phones that you can sometimes still see in old apartments? Well, in this post we would like to present an updated and upgraded version of this phone. Combining the retro communication method with modern design and technology, the Sagemcom Sixty cordless rotary phone is a true eye catcher. The phone features touch dialing, a white-on-black LCD dot-matrix screen, 10 ring tone choices, a wireless handset with a range of up to 100 feet (300 meters), caller ID, time and speed dial info. Its built in directory can memorize up to 150 numbers. The phone is currently only available in Europe, for £99.95 (around $160 USD). Have a look at the video below to see how it works:

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2 responses to “Old School Phone Turned into Modern Communication Device [Video]” - Add yours!

  1. dana said:
    April 18, 2011

    just one more kitsch…

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