New Telephone Handset Cord - 6' Orange Spaded

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Seller: memorylanetelephones (712) 100%, Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 274044334931 About this item: This is a quality spaded handset cord in orange. This cord is made from round cordage. The 6' length is ideal for desk phones but is good on wall phones also.Quantity Discount: Buy 5 or more cords and receive a 10% discount. Mix and match. I don't know how to work this with ebay, so just go through and make your purchases and I'll be sure to refund back the 10% and any over payment of shipping. Don't worry, I'm not a shipping gouger! Cord Buying Guide: I know, buying a cord isn't exactly rocket science, but there's a few things to know to help avoid confusion and misunderstandings. Types. There are two types of connectors for cords. Spaded or "hard wired" and modular. Spaded cords use spade tipped wires connected directly to terminals inside the phone. Modular are the cords with the little square clear plastic clips that allow you to disconnect the cord with ease. Handset Cord Lengths. This is where the most confusion and misunderstandings happen. The length of a handset cord is a measure of the actual material used to make the cord. In other words, an 8 foot cord is made from 8 feet of cord, but once coiled up is only going to be about 12 inches or so. A 12 foot cord is around 18 inches and a 25 foot cord is around 36 inches. Color. Most phones out there conform to the standard color palette of Western Electric phones with a few exceptions. For example, Automatic Electric's green (Jade Green) is different from Western Electric's green (Moss Green). The biggest variation comes into play with red. Western Electric's red is a dark red whereas most other phone companies used a bright red. If you're not sure, consult with the seller on what color you need to buy to make sure it matches your phone. Color fade. Sometimes it can be difficult to match your phone's color because the color will most likely have faded with age. A good example is the color "Aqua Blue", a sort of baby blue color. Most of these phones now are more of a turquoise color. If you buy a new cord with original color, it may not match your phone exactly. This phenomenon is most apparent with the lighter color phones. About Me: I've been collecting and restoring vintage phones since the early 1990's. I've been on eBay with a perfect record since 1996 (as ericofonfixer). You can buy with confidence that I take care of my customers and like to maintain good relations with them and see them come back again. Condition: Used

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