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House Telephones Launched by the GPO in 1965 as a fashionable alternative to its regular models, it was in the 1970s that the TrimPhone became commonplace. TRIM stands for Tone Ringer Illuminated Model: it was the first phone to ring using a modern electronic warbler rather than the traditional bell mechanism, and on the earlier models the dial glowed in the dark. By 1980 there were 1.6 million in use throughout the UK. This replica version has all the style and features of the 1970s original but with modern push button dialling. Features • Authentic styling • Push Button Dialing • Redial Button • Ringer Off /Soft/Loud Switch • Simply plugs into a standard phone socket
House Telephones Launched by the GPO in 1965 as a fashionable alternative to its regular models, it was in the 1970s that the TrimPhone became commonplace. TRIM stands for Tone Ringer Illuminated Model: it was the first phone to ring using a modern electronic warbler rather than the traditional bell mechanism, and on the earlier models the dial glowed in the dark. By 1980 there were 1.6 million in use throughout the UK. This replica version has all the style and features of the 1970s original but with modern push button dialling. Features • Authentic styling • Push Button Dialing • Redial Button • Ringer Off /Soft/Loud Switch • Simply plugs into a standard phone socket
House Telephones Launched by the GPO in 1965 as a fashionable alternative to its regular models, it was in the 1970s that the TrimPhone became commonplace. TRIM stands for Tone Ringer Illuminated Model: it was the first phone to ring using a modern electronic warbler rather than the traditional bell mechanism, and on the earlier models the dial glowed in the dark. By 1980 there were 1.6 million in use throughout the UK. This replica version has all the style and features of the 1970s original but with modern push button dialling. Features • Authentic styling • Push Button Dialing • Redial Button • Ringer Off /Soft/Loud Switch • Simply plugs into a standard phone socket
House Telephones Launched by the GPO in 1965 as a fashionable alternative to its regular models, it was in the 1970s that the TrimPhone became commonplace. TRIM stands for Tone Ringer Illuminated Model: it was the first phone to ring using a modern electronic warbler rather than the traditional bell mechanism, and on the earlier models the dial glowed in the dark. By 1980 there were 1.6 million in use throughout the UK. This replica version has all the style and features of the 1970s original but with modern push button dialling. Features • Authentic styling • Push Button Dialing • Redial Button • Ringer Off /Soft/Loud Switch • Simply plugs into a standard phone socket
House Telephones Classic design dial phone from the 60's and 70's. Each phone has been refurbished internally and features brand new, original case mouldings and cord. The traditional rotary dial and twin bell ringer will take you straight back to the days when phone numbers were only 3 or 4 digits long! Supplied ready for use with modern telephone sockets. Fully compatible with the BT telephone network and most cable networks that support pulse dialling (NOT Telewest).
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