A Cellphone for Women and Men with Manbags

I agree with designer Paz Brouk that women who tend to keep their cellphones in their purse find it a nightmare to retrieve before a call goes to voicemail. To overcome this little problem, she’s designed the Gabler, a folding phone that can be hung over the edge of a purse. The phone folds in a diagonal line in the middle thanks to the flexible screen and flexible outer shell and includes all standard features found in modern-day phones. My only problem with having it all exposed is the invitation for would be kleptos.

Instructed by Mr. Eyal Kramer and Mrs. Michal Chen

Designer: Paz Brouk

42 Comments

  • Kevin says:

    pretty cool but kind of stupid as the same time

  • Kevin says:

    pretty cool but kind of stupid as the same time

  • Matan says:

    Very Cool Design and Concept

  • Matan says:

    Very Cool Design and Concept

  • cool and Awesome Pretty desing

  • cool and Awesome Pretty desing

  • HaSH says:

    so easier to steal it while waling down the street !

  • HaSH says:

    so easier to steal it while waling down the street !

  • Matthew says:

    Seems very easy to steal and very easy to loose if if fall off!

  • Matthew says:

    Seems very easy to steal and very easy to loose if if fall off!

  • Nicky1093 says:

    I could see me accidentally hitting my purse onto something and it falling off and breaking.

  • Nicky1093 says:

    I could see me accidentally hitting my purse onto something and it falling off and breaking.

  • Only ideal says:

    I like the folding, but the off-axis button orientation seemingly has no purpose and looks awkward. Hell, the # button is only about 1/3 of a button! That's just retarded. That means it would require 2 hands to dial, a big no-no. And why are the numbers printed partly on the flat surface, partly in the button recess? It's just so awkward and goofy overall. The only redeeming part is the flexible screen, which can be a reality with OLED.

  • Only ideal says:

    I like the folding, but the off-axis button orientation seemingly has no purpose and looks awkward. Hell, the # button is only about 1/3 of a button! That's just retarded. That means it would require 2 hands to dial, a big no-no. And why are the numbers printed partly on the flat surface, partly in the button recess? It's just so awkward and goofy overall. The only redeeming part is the flexible screen, which can be a reality with OLED.

  • JCO says:

    Without pockets and belt clips, where are we women supposed to put our phones and electronic devices? How about a magnetic clip with a release button? We can then clip to a necklace, wristband, purse or whatever our accessory du jour might be. As for this design, interesting but not for a cellphone. Perhaps better if it were an audio device that was blutoothed to the phone of your desire?

  • JCO says:

    Without pockets and belt clips, where are we women supposed to put our phones and electronic devices? How about a magnetic clip with a release button? We can then clip to a necklace, wristband, purse or whatever our accessory du jour might be. As for this design, interesting but not for a cellphone. Perhaps better if it were an audio device that was blutoothed to the phone of your desire?

  • Try says:

    this is so going to be stolen

  • Try says:

    this is so going to be stolen

  • Looks interesting but I dont see how useful it actually would be

  • Looks interesting but I dont see how useful it actually would be

  • everlastingz says:

    just by seeing how this would be easily stolen, i knew the sexual orientation of who designed this

  • everlastingz says:

    just by seeing how this would be easily stolen, i knew the sexual orientation of who designed this

  • jenny says:

    amazing design and concept!!!!

  • jenny says:

    amazing design and concept!!!!

  • Brian says:

    It seems to take all the things that people like about cell phones and throws them away, while keeping all the things that people hate.

  • Brian says:

    It seems to take all the things that people like about cell phones and throws them away, while keeping all the things that people hate.

  • Maya says:

    Brian, if you don't have anything smart to say, it's better to shut up

  • Maya says:

    Brian, if you don't have anything smart to say, it's better to shut up

  • Xoom says:

    While the idea may be good, I doubt someone would actually have their phone so accessible to thieves…

  • Xoom says:

    While the idea may be good, I doubt someone would actually have their phone so accessible to thieves…

  • Jorrin says:

    What kind of material or construction (A plastic that bends like metal) would this be? Anyone a suggestion?

Comments are closed.