What is the difference between a curly cord handset and an armored cord handset?

What is the difference between a curly cord handset and an armored cord handset?
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11 months ago

What is the Difference Between a Curly Cord Handset and an Armored Cord Handset?

Choosing the right explosion proof armored cord handset is essential if you are going to have a good experience with your new telecommunications device. This is because there are a few differences that you should be aware of. These differences will help you determine which cord handset is right for your home.

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Curly cord handset

Whether you are choosing a Curly Cord Handset or an Armored handset cord, it is important to consider the overall length of the cord. This length is defined by the total length of the cord when it is unwound. The length is typically between 3m and 4m, with some lengths being even longer. If the total length is shorter than the length of the handset, you may wish to consider purchasing an extension cable or a detangler to prevent the cord from twisting. A curly cord is usually available as an option from manufacturers such as Hytrel. An armored cord is typically SUS304 stainless steel and includes a steel lanyard, which is anchored to the handset handle. It also comes with a small, 7mm wide plug, which is compatible with all corded telephones.

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Both curly and armored inmate handset are approved by the Australian Communications and Media Authority, so you can be sure of their quality. Both types of cords are designed to fit all corded telephones, and are available in a variety of lengths. The standard cords are 9 inches long, but lengths can be ordered in increments of an inch.

 

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