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iDECT Eclipse 8035 cordless phone goes full circle

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eclipse1Mint Technology has thrown out the old boring cordless phone design and come up with an eye-catching new look for the iDECT Eclipse series.

The Eclipse 8035 digital cordless phone manages to fuse the latest technology with a stunning loop design.

The entire base station is contained within the sleek circular design and the handset itself forms part of that circle.

And because of the curved design the handset has an excellent shape that places the speaker and microphone in a comfortable position when you’re talking into it.

The Eclipse sits neatly on your tabletop with the power cord and phone line fitting in neatly and feeding discreetly out the back of the device.

There’s even a magnet on the handset to easily guide it back into place into the Eclipse’s base station loop.

The Eclipse 8035 cordless digital handset and answering machine

But the iDECT Eclipse is not all about looks.

Underneath its head-turning design is the latest technology to ensure smooth and easy operation, clear calls and connectivity.

The Eclipse 8035 boasts the latest DECT (digital enhanced cordless telecommunication) technology so your calls are clear and absolutely crackle free.

The Eclipse handset forms part of the base station's stunning loop design

There’s also a built-in answering machine with a recording time of up to 30 minutes which can be accessed remotely with a secure PIN from anywhere to retrieve your messages.

The Eclipse handset can also be used as a speakerphone that also provides excellent call and sound quality.

The Eclipse 8035 handset has a blue backlit display and keypad

The device can store up to 200 names and numbers in its address book and the handset has a clear blue backlit display along with a backlit number keypad.

Also on board are handy one-key functions for redialling, speed dialling and mute.

Users can choose one of five polyphonic ringtones on the handset.

The Eclipse 8035 handset has a comfortable shape that feels good in your hand

The Eclipse is available in a triple pack ($349.95), a twin pack ($229.95) and as a single ($149.95). Additional handsets are also available for $119.95 each.

The iDECT Eclipse from Mint Technology is available in now in your choice of three colours – red, black and white – from JB Hi-Fi, The Good Guys, Harvey Norman and other independent retailers.

www.mint-technology.com.au

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