Unused item – been stored in this box since 1977
Tested & working
21cm wide / 19cm deep / 7cm high
The TRUB phone – created by Gfeller, Bern, Switzerland, 1972. The Gfeller Trub achieved cult status in the late 1980s, especially in Britain with most now hidden away in private collections.
The Trub phone has been entered into the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) in Australia in recognition of its enduring design and unique use of materials.
Retrothing.com called it “The worlds sexist telephone”
Purchased in UK
NB. This is an analogue phone using ‘Decadic Pulse’ type dialing – check with your telephone company if they can support ‘Decadic Pulse dialing analogue phone’ – this used to be the NZ standard 1940s till 1990s.
Can work with some VoIP ATA adaptors.