Retro POP Handset for Android, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Devices
Developed by renowned French designer David Turpin, the MoshiMoshi 01H Retro Handset combines high style with high functionality, uniting the comfort and safety of a handset telephone with the convenience of the mobile phone. The chic design combines classic style with modern elegance, resulting in a fashionable and comfortable handset finished with a soft luxurious texture.
- Compatible with all 3.5mm jack mobile phones and computers
- Noise-reducing technology for a crisp and polished sound
- Luxurious soft-touch finish for ultimate comfort and feel
- Eliminates up to 99% of the radiation absorbed compared to a direct use of mobile phones
- One touch button for convenient pick-up/hang-up directly from the handset (not all mobile phone support function)
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