Nokia 3310 got a relaunch at MWC 2017 for superior durability??
What about MEEEEEEE???????
the most robust phone ever it can break glass,hammer nails,and smash some bricks and hollow blocks.
www.ebay.co.uk you will find the Nokia 6250 in various colours available from Hong Kong, you will also find the batteries you require too, just search for Nokia 6250 and you will find them there.
A word of advice DON'T buy them from UK warehouses or in bulk, private sales maybe ok but beware.
This is the best phone nokia did I have mine in 2001 which lasted until 2008 when I can no longer find replacement battery for sale , though it has many scratches , dent in 1 side but so far this is the best hope nokia will make this kind of phone in the future
i'll take it if dj. don't wanna it but how u will send it to me i'm in egypt.
djadoel, 02 Apr 2012i want to buy Nokia 6250 orange color. because in my country so difficult, pls help.i have one orange color 300$.
i want to buy Nokia 6250 orange color. because in my country so difficult, pls help.
Nokia 3270 is much better waterproof,shockproof work fine especially those are in the oil and gas industry.. who is out there during hot or rainy weather e.g Mud Engineers and Liquid Mud Plant Operators..Drillers..Tool Pusher
Today (17/09/2010) I purchased 4 Nokia 6250's from a uk dealer, all are brand new, unlocked, boxed and complete, to go with the one I have had since 2003 which is still working on the original battery. I've also obtained the matching desk charger DCV-6 and the DDC-1 additional desktop battery chargerfrom a seperate source. I use 2 Nokia LPS-1 Induction Loop systems and 2 covert earpiece's with the 6250 on occasions.
I firmly believe the 6250 is one of the very few excellent phones that Nokia have ever turned out, others include the 6210 and 6310i.
Intrakota, coventry, uk.
Indeed, will be a good idea to create a new phone with superior durability but the features that we encounter often on today's phones, like bluetooth conectivity, micro SD card, LCD/TFT 252k colours with at least 120x128 pixels and so on. 6255 will be a great name for this new phone.
My first 6250 from dec 2000 has now got some problems. I run over it with my lawnmover! Even the SIM-card was in three pieses. Byt why worry? I took one of my four (4) reserve 6250-phones and started the "new" with my doubleSIM from the carphone! And as have copied the phonebook manually there's no problem either.
The four is from my collegus in Fire Dept who has listend to much on ads for new phones. I have not had ANY problem with 6250 or battery ever (over 7000 hours on callingstats) and that even in very heavy fire- and rescue operations!
And sorry... Nokia will not build an new similar one! I have talked with their developing people i Finland. But you can look for the Sonim-phone instead. Xp1 or 3 is similar. Xp3 Quest have more gadgets. Xp2 is arriving soon and is a 3G phone.
a phone that i ve no chance of buying it. now, one of my friend still have it n im in a way of begging him to sell it to me.. hehehehe. hope it works with him. wish me luck. thanks
This is the best phone nokia ever made mine also still functions and is still in use bny me ecxept that it has many scratches hope nokia will again make this kind of phone
This is probably the best phone I have as it is not only sturdy and waterproof, mine still functions and I used it for every day use in my market stall hope nokia will launce this model but newer version of this
This phone, though not soup-to-date software, is actually the sturdiest i have ever had..,y older bro and were fighting one time, i threw this at him, he dodged it and hit the wind shield and cracked it but the phone was just good as new!
PH, 18 Jan 2009Where can we purchase a "NEW"/"OLD STOCK" Nokia 6250? I know it has been stopped now in Europe... moreI have a couple of these - I bought several on ebay as replacements for my one after seven years. I got three, of which two had older firmware which didn't have the featyures I need (WAP didnt work properly). So there are two "as new" ones sitting on my coffee table! Email me (pete at twisted.org.uk)