the scandiphone is based on the unique upright phone that was introduced in europe in the mid-1950s. smaller and lighter than anything available at the time, its unusual one piece design was a fine example of form and function in harmony. the push button version was introduced in 1967. in 1973, the phone was selected to be part of the museum of modern art collection in recognition of its significance as a piece of good design in the 20th century. the scandiphone has a redial button, ringer volume, on/off switch, & tone/pulse switch. simply plug into a standard phone socket.
based on the ericophone original design