Torque Phone by Magic Box But He Still Has Taste

[12/10/10] 

We all know that women, bless their hearts, love to talk. Plonk them down in a group, ply them with a few overly-sweet cosmos, and they'll be off, gossiping and gesticulating like a gaggle of coked up geese.

If only we could plug them into the national grid and rid ourselves of oil dependency. That said, there are a few among our brethren who share this conversing craving, and for the man who likes to while away the hours on the phone, there can only be one handset.

The cordless Torque Phone by Magic Box is the Ferrari 456 GT of phones; stylish yet functional, it's perfectly suited to our chatter-box contemporaries.

With contemporary, elegant lines and a high-gloss finish, the Torque handset twists in the hand, offering superb ergonomics (you wouldn't believe the injuries caused by incorrect phone holding!) and features an answering phone system, and a simple touch screen interface on a 1.45-inch inverse full graphic display.

You can hold up to 100 numbers (at a time), choose customized ring tones, and even send SMS messages.

If only to tell your mates to answer the phone.

Torque Phone by Magic Box
Available on Amazon from £69
http://amzn.to/9h6CCN

Nuts & Bolts
A stylish phone for the male chatterbox


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