Wild & Wolf 1950s Princess Telephone Reviews
Product Type: Wild & Wolf telephones
Description:Manufacturer: Wild & Wolf / Type: Corded Phone
Newest Review: ... ago. Upon receiving it I was immediately impressed with the sturdiness of it ; although girly looking it is not flimsy or ... more
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Customer Wild & Wolf 1950s Princess Telephone Reviews (4)
by - written on 19/06/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I defy anyone not to look at this phone and not imagine a 1950s housewife in a pink house, with a pink negligee on, chatting into the receiver with her blonde hair in curlers. Think Grease, think Edward Scissorhands, even! I think the word here is kitsch. It's so delightfully kitsch, in it's bubblegum-pink plastic. Of course, it'd be more realistic if it was a rotary dial, but they're hardly practical or safe these days, and it'd be even more so if it were made from Bakelite, but times move on, and it's a pretty faithful reproduction. It even has a true 1950s real bell ringer, so it sounds the part as well as looking it. Available from specialist ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I don't really have much practical use for a home telephone anymore. Everyone that knows me rings my mobile or I speak to people through Skype. Really, it's only my grandparents that phone my house phone or sales people. As it wasn't going to be a practical purchase, I made sure it was a pretty one. I bought the Wild & Wolf 1950s princess phone made for decorative purposes. Its powder pink colour and retro style fitted perfectly in with my bedroom décor and it looks cute as a button on my bedside table. History of the Princess Phone The Princess Phone was originally created back in 1959 and was designed to appeal to women because it will ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I've always had a phone socket in my bedroom ever since I was about 13, it's not very often I've bothered with an actual telephone to plug into the socket though because I've got my mobile and there are so many other phones plugged in around our 3 storey house that it seems pointless sticking yet another one in my bedroom. Well it did anyway..... but that was before I found this GORGEOUS Wild & Wolf Princess Telephone on Amazon! It costs £32.99 and I know that's quite expensive for what is a basic corded phone, but the wicked design of it made the price do-able for me..... anyway I brought it out of a Dooyoo voucher so I should be saying thanks to Dooyoo ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/11, updated on 12/10/11 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I was looking for a basic functional phone (in pink!) to go with a pink themed room I had designed. I wanted a standard handset attached to the cradle phone. This is what I chose and purchased. It cost me £35.00 online at Amazon approximately 1 year ago. Upon receiving it I was immediately impressed with the sturdiness of it ; although girly looking it is not flimsy or lightweight in design. The base is solid and a nice weight to it so wont tip over easily and that hand set is also weighty so fits securely onto the cradle without fear of it being knocked off easily. It has the look of dial but an easy press button facility. A nice clear ringtone - rings like ... Read the complete review
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