Expectant mothers cannot settle at anything less curious for their babies and hence keep on making efforts to gather random stuff that may invite the attention of a newly-born kid. And if you have noticed then each of piled up collection gets converted into phone, enabling mothers to let their month-old baby talk to his dad, who is at work. Replacing the pretentious phone figures of stuffed animals or plastic fruits, here stands a designer teddy bear from Kuma with functionality of a mobile phone. Exhibited at the 2008 Good Design Expo by cellular provider Willcom, the Kuma phone sports a SIM card inside similar to that of a standard phone model and can store up to four speed dial numbers (one for each paw-squeeze).
The incoming calls in this phone model are well identified by the vibration produced by it, and can be ended (after answering) by riveting the bear’s tail. The Kuma Phone is hopeful to invite wealthy eyeballs and make a visible sales by selling off each model for $500.
Via KilanNakamura / TheRawFeed