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Desk Phone Flipper

Keep Numbers Organized and Easily Accessible With Our Desk Phone Flipper

Desk Phone Flipper

Keep Numbers Organized and Easily Accessible With Our Desk Phone Flipper


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Remember when phone numbers were colorful like "Randolph 4-3101"—rather than the bland seven-to-ten digits we use today—and everybody kept them in a phone number flipper just like this one? We sure do, and judging from your requests so do you. Constructed with a sturdy metal base and lightweight plastic top, our chrome-trimmed desk phone flipper features spaces for over 400 names, addresses, and numbers. A magnified sliding index along the top makes it easy to look them up. The cards can be removed for typing. There's even a built-in space to keep notepaper (not included). Nonskid feet. Package of refill cards included. 6 ¾ " x 4 1/16" x 1 1/16".

  • Holds over 400 names, addresses, and phone numbers
  • Slide index along the top is magnified so you can easily access names and numbers
  • Built-in space for notepaper
  • Set of additional refill cards sold separately

Keeps phone numbers, names, and addresses literally at your fingertips.

Desk Phone Flipper

Materials

Metal, plastic and paper.

Care

Wipe with a cloth

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: N

Cord Polarized: N

Origin

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Desk Phone Flipper …

"I just ordered two flip address holders, one for our family to replace the scattered 3x5 cards and one for my online business so I don't have to be online to know how to call a customer. In the '50s I remember my aunt using one of these. Hers was dark brown with gold trim. I was fascinated and played with it a lot . . . probably too "a lot." Thanks, VCS. I'm looking forward to some organization!" - Patricia Allen, Newton, NC

"My parents, who both passed away in the last two years, had a desk phone flipper. My dad kept it in a drawer in the kitchen. We have a very large Italian family, and every phone number was in there. Some were scratched out as the person was no longer with us and new numbers were added as needed. I also remember when my dad's eyesight got bad and he would use a magnifying glass to see the numbers. I have a phone book, but this just sounds too good and brings back a lot of very good memories so I have to have it." - Maria Brown, Pittsburgh, PA