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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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So happy to find this!! My son's mother-in-law was looking to replace this type of 'address book' about 3 yrs ago and was so disappointed that she could not find one anywhere. After I heard her story I checked Vermont Country Store Catalog and found just what she was looking for! I know she is going to be thrilled when she receives it for Christmas! (2014) December 7, 2014
so easy to use I also saw this product as a child. After seeing it here online at Vermont country store, I bought one fore myself. My idea in using it is a little different. I am online so much, that I will be using it to register my pass words(except for my bank p.w.), it is so compact in size, and I can keep it under lock and key if I want to. I know it is going to make my life much easier. October 9, 2014
Easy to Use I ordered this for my husband who has had a stroke and has the use of only one hand. It is easy for him to find the letter of the name he wants to look up and all he has to do is open it and then use the phone. I am thankful that someone still sells these directories because of the ease of use. February 6, 2013
I loved my it! I finally found It! I had been looking for a replacement for my old, VERY old telephone directory and am ovejoyed that you carry them. I looked and looked at several 'office stores' to no avail and felt I was condemned to the book directory. Thank you for keeping all our cherished 'older year' items still alive! January 4, 2013
Phone Fllipper I've searched my city from top to bottom w/no luck in finding this wonderful device. I have 2 old ones & needed to replace one. Thanks for offering something from the past that is so useful in the present. December 27, 2012
Childhood remembrance The desk phone flipper is similar to one my parents had many years ago. I remember choosing a letter, flipping it open and reading all those names! When I saw it in your catalog, I knew I just had to purchase one. It is as fun now as it was then. September 26, 2012
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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