Sagemcom Sixty Cordless Telephone

The past is calling

Sagemcom Sixty Cordless Telephone

The past is calling

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Sagemcom Sixty Cordless Telephone

Wireless handset

Here at Firebox HQ, we spend a lot of time with our hands on our hips; scanning the horizon for cutting-edge design and dazzling new technology. But every now and then a product comes along that plays merry hell with our composure.

Causing the latest outbreak of giddy squeals and badly-executed acrobatics (several members of the Customer Service team are still missing after the human pyramid collapsed) is the Sagemcom Sixty Cordless Telephone. Effortlessly pairing modern functionality with the classic looks of a vintage telephone, the Sixty manages to look high-tech and timeless all at once.

In the base unit the tactile keypad surrounds a lavish LCD touchscreen – all inside a chrome dial. Displaying the time (and numerous other functions) when not in use, the screen lets you easily access your phone book, messages, and phone settings. What’s more, it’ll flash up the caller ID when a call comes in.

Far cooler than contemporary cordless phones, the Sixty’s lightweight handset has the vintage feel of a classic telephone receiver (but a significantly larger range). Elegant and simple, it’s comfortable to hold, or even nestle against your shoulder while you’re cooking, vacuuming, or backflipping. Allee-oop!

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Product Features:
  • Cordless telephone
  • Easy to use and navigate
  • Touch screen navigation
  • Up to 10h talk time and 120h stand-by
  • Automatic power management
  • Original & stylish
Technical Specifications:
  • Tactile keypad
  • Rotating light & sound effect during dialling
  • Alphanumeric display
  • Amplified listening
  • Adjustable ringer volume
  • Talk time indication
  • 150 Phone Book entries
  • Direct call back option from call list
  • Answer Machine recording time up to 20 min
  • Adjustable number of rings before answer
  • Digital volume control
  • Time reporting & new message alert
  • Base
  • Handset
  • Power adapter
  • A rechargeable battery
  • Telephone line cord
  • User guide
Battery Requirements:
  • 2x AAA Rechargeable batteries (included)
  • Handset measures approximately 22cm(L) x 3.9cm(W) x 6.3cm(D)
  • Base unit measures approximately 8.9cm(H) x 13.6cm(W) x 17.6cm(D)
  • Handset weighs approximately 172g
  • Base weighs approximately 438g

Customer Reviews

Hey up. Lovely phone - got it in November - but doesn't work anymore! The handset where the batteries go inside has broken off. Can I get a replacement handset??
Jo - 7th June 2012
Firebox says: Oh dear, that doesn't sound good Jo. Please drop us an e-mail to with your order number and we'll have a look at it for you.
Well, I have been wanting one or two, maybe even all 3 colors but not sure if it will work in the US. Can you please let me know if it will work where I am from? Mahalo! Debi.
Debi Clapper - 31st May 2012
Firebox says: Hey Debi, this should work just fine in the US, hope this helps!
Any reason why this might not work on Virgin Media phone network? Normal phone works but this doesn't.
Wilf - 14th March 2012
Firebox says: Hi Wilf, Not sure why! Give us a email on and we can try and sort this!
Do you know whether this will work on a phone network? I live in a school and we have ugly school phones that I'm desperate to replace! :).
Deborah - 23rd February 2012
Firebox says: Every phone network is different so it's hard to say, but if all you require from the phone is a standard telephone cable then essentially the Sagemcom is no different from any other phone and it should slot into a network just fine.
Hi, does it work on European phone jacks?
Petra - 24th January 2012
Firebox says: Hi Petra, It sure will, BUT you will need to use a plug converter and change the UK phone lead for a local one, which you should be able to get from your local electronics store
Can a Sixty phone be used in the U. S?
Barbara - 22nd January 2012
Firebox says: Yes Barbara, it can. But you will need to head to your local electronics store (radioshack etc) and buy a US power lead (no voltage converter needed, just a plug socket etc) and a US phone plug lead.