Distributed for the first time in 1937, the 302 phone very quickly imposed its elegant style. Designed by Henry Dreyfuss to be the most ergonomic possible, engineers performed more than 2000 measurements of distance between the ear and the mouth to get an ideal handset.
The 302 telephone was the first to integrate the ringtone in the base of the unit. It was first made in metal, and then the company opted for a hull highly resistant plastic.
The appearance of this phone, combined with a robust design, led users to call it "shoe phone".
Connects to a classic telephone jack