Retro phone props for the Film Industry in Cape Town.

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Film prop:

Nokia 3310

Claim to fame:
The indestructible and iconic best seller of 2000.

Condition:
Working, can make and receive calls and texts.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

Nokia 6110

Claim to fame:
Announced 1998, follow up to the Nokia 2100 handset. Made for business, this innovative phone included a diary and infra red port to connect to PC. First phone to feature Nokia's Snake game.

Condition:
Non working. Good cosmetically. Has battery.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

Ericsson A1018s

Claim to fame:
Circa 1999, fun and fashionable phone built to last with dual band and interchangeable covers. Launched in 1999 at £149

Condition:
Non-working. Has battery.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

Ericsson T10s

Claim to fame:
Circa 1999. Designed to be sharp, dressy and distinctive. Marketed to youngsters as "Colorful communication". Has small LCD for 3 lines of text.

Condition:
Working, battery loses charge quickly. Uses old style mini-laptop charger (included).

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

LG KS360

Claim to fame:
Circa 2008, touch screen with slide out Querty keyboard. Made for messaging and social networks with threaded conversation view.

Condition:
Non-working, fair condition. Slide out keyboard works.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

AG Mobile (Antenna)

Claim to fame:
AG Mobile was a South African producer of mobile phones for the local market. Sadly, it was liquidated in 2017. This unknown model has a pull out and bendable aerial, perhaps for picking up television signal.Model is also dual sim.

Condition:
Non-working, average condition though the extendable aerial works.

Estimated replacement value:
Unknown.

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Film prop: *

Motorola StarTac

Claim to fame:
Circa 1996, the first ever clamshell / flip mobile phone.Has been voted as #6 on the "50 Greatest Gadgets of the Past 50 years". Approximately 60 million units were sold globally.

Condition:
Non-working, to be refurbished ASAP. Flip works, battery missing, aerial can be extended.

Estimated replacement value:
$ 32

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Film prop: *

Nokia 2110i

Claim to fame:
First phone with the Nokia tune and the definitive 90's business phone. Sold 20 million units. Has pull out aerial for better reception.

Condition:
Non-working. Cosmetically fair. Has battery. Pull out aerial working.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

Nokia N90

Claim to fame:
Circa 2005, First model in Nokia's N-series, which was the high end of 3G smartphones. Has swivelling display and camera / video module with Carl Zeiss lens.

Condition:
Non-working, cosmetically fair, display and camera swivels. Battery missing.

Estimated replacement value:
$47

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Film prop: *

Phillips Savvy

Claim to fame:
Circa 1999, a phone for people who didn't know what they wanted in a phone. The futuristic Savvy could send a picture emoticon via sms to other Savvy users. Also featured a "Fortune teller" app, in 1999.

Condition:
Non-working, has battery but missing the propriety chaarger.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

Samsung E250

Claim to fame:
Circa 2006, introduced as budget version of the Samsung D600. The SamsungE250 sold 30 million units globally and was the best selling phone in South Africa in 2012.

Condition:
Working, comes with battery and charger. Software gremlin sometimes causes screen to go white.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

Siemens C10D

Claim to fame:
Circa 1997, the SiemensC10D (commonly called the Handy) weighs 165g with battery, has a green backlit screen that displays 3 lines of text. Dimensions: 137mm (h) x 55mm (width) x 22mm (thickness).

Condition:
Non-working, has battery, missing propriety charger.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

Sony Ericsson T303

Claim to fame:
Circa 2008, sexy minimalist slider. Built in radio, MP3 player, Bluetooth and 1.3Mp camera.

Condition:
Working, very good condition. Uses standard sim card. Comes with charger.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Sony Vivaz Pro

Claim to fame:
Circa 2010, designed for the power user with touch screen and slide out Querty keyboard. 5Mp camera records in HD quality.

Condition:
Non-working. Fair condition, keyboard mechanism works.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Film prop: *

Sony Ericsson W910i

Claim to fame:
Circa 2007, branded as a "Walkman phone". Launched with HSDPA fast network speed for downloading music. Slider keypad kept the size small. Music track switching with shake control.

Condition:
Working, good condition. Comes with propriety Sony charger.

Estimated replacement value:
TBC

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Can't find what you are looking for?
Looking for a specific device or phone for your FILM or AD shoot in Cape Town? Feel free to contact us and we will do our utmost to source your desired film prop speedily.

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