What's not to like about this 1980s Garfield telephone? It's fantastic.
Not quite an exact replica of the original, due to the demands of modern technology. But this GPO dial phone is a replica of the 1970s original and only available at John Lewis.
For a super modern phone with impeccable retro credentials check out the Swissvoice ePure Phone from John Lewis. The sleek design is inspired by a 2D computer icon and gives fans of the traditional telephone handset and base something to get hold of.
Interesting design, although if you opt to bid for this 1960s Grillo telephone by Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper, you'll need to be in the right country to use it or get someone to adapt it for you.
Might be worth doing though, as this is a really stylish item. Designed by Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper back in 1966, it's incredibly reminiscent of the era, especially in that orange colour. Clamshell design, dial inside – it's going to make your calls, but it's not going to get you through call centre menus.
It's working and described as being in 'excellent condition' with 'no cracks, no chips, no stains or discolouration' and currently at a price of £30.98.
We've featured many products inspired by the humble tape in the past but this cassette-style case for the iPhone 4 has got to be the classiest yet – mainly because its got Paul Smith's name on the label.
Produced in collaboration with Apple, it uses a simple design of a cassette printed onto a leather case. Take a look at the label scribbled with 'Side A' and you'll see the Paul Smith name there, written out in simple type.
As you might expect the use of the designer name adds to the price tag too: this case costs £89.95.
Buy it from the Apple Store