Executives once kept their telephones in boxes, so as not to mar the civilized landscape of their impressive desks. (This was, of course, before the ubiquitous desktop computer made that goal seem quaint.) In our contemporary lives, a box that opens to reveal a phone is a surprise and a delight.
This box is a handsome black vinyl and faux wood (also known as plastic). The phone won't ID annoying callers for you, so just answer in a faux voice until you know you're safe.
It is sturdy telephone in every way--holding a phone used to involve substance--and though it shows surface wear, everything is in good working order. You can use this push button phone wherever you would use a corded phone--that includes an internet phone connection.
10.5" x 8" x 5" H
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