Wednesday, May 11, 2011


In a time where land-line phones are a dying breed, the concept of an old rotary phone is kind of poetic. That's must be what the designers at Sagemcom thought when they came up with this ultra stylish tribute to the iconic Bell's model, witch casually got named "Sixty".
This oldschool boy is a DECT cordless phone, with a touch dial and a white-on-black LCD dot-matrix screen for Caller ID, time and speed dial info. It even has a 150 number phonebook built in, a digital answering machine, and it offers a speakerphone mode too. But it's the vintage factor that counts here, so what really hooks me up is that it makes those old clicky sounds when you press the buttons, while little led dots around the dial simulate the spin.

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