- Push button dialling
- Redial button
- Simply plugs into a standard phone socket
- 23cm x 12.2cm x 21.5cm
InformationThe 746 is a quintessential British retro telephone and 1960s design icon. Launched in 1967 by the general post office in response to public demand, it would inspire two decades of conversation and is, to this day, the universal symbol of the phone. Known as the 'modern phone', it was a welcome redesign to the popular 706 model. In celebration of this great British icon, this re-edition maintains the bold curves of the original design in striking contrasting colours of mustard and cream. For modern convenience, the dial has been replaced by buttons without detracting from the outer bezel design.
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