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Kettle Desk Phone by Crosley


Kettle Desk Phone by Crosley

Bring back a piece of history to your home with the Kettle Desk Phone by Crosley!  This telephone has an original and sleek design that will become the focal point of any room it is placed in.

Originally designed in 1937 by Henry Dreyfuss, the Kettle Desk Phone quickly set the standard for the industry. A classic design, simple yet bold shapes and a sleek finish make it a great statement piece for your home or office. This house phone features a nostalgic rotary style dial, but utilizes a more convenient push button technology. This retro phone offers handy earpiece volume control. Made of plastic and metal.

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Name
Price
Color
Dimensions (Metric Conversion)
#190280
Kettle Desk Phone - by Crosley - CR60-BK
$59.95
List Price: $80.99
You Save: $21.04 (35%)
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Black
5.5"H x 8.75"W x 7.5"D
OUT OF STOCK
#190281
Kettle Desk Phone - by Crosley - CR60-RE
$59.95
List Price: $80.99
You Save: $21.04 (35%)
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Red
5.5"H x 8.75"W x 7.5"D
OUT OF STOCK
#190282
Kettle Desk Phone - by Crosley - CR60-BC
$62.99
List Price: $84.99
You Save: $22.00 (34%)
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Brushed Chrome
5.5"H x 8.75"W x 7.5"D
OUT OF STOCK

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Additional Info

  • Assembly level/degree of difficulty: No Assembly Required
  • Made of
    Plastic and Metal
  • Dimension(s)
    5.5"H x 8.75"W x 7.5"D


Warranty
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

 International shipping available.

Shipping Information

  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. Item takes 1-3 days to process and leave their facility.
  • Item cannot be shipped to APO/FPO.
  • Express delivery not available.
  • Stacks and Stacks collects California and Pennsylvania sales tax only. The tax rate is based on the ship to address.

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Questions about this item:
Shopper: I can not tell from the photo, is this a rotary dial or a push button. It is round like a rotary but...? Thanks, Lindsay
Matt M: Lindsay, It is a push button phone.
Comment(s) about this item:
Sandra F: Reminds me of the one in family home when I was a child