Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition

Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition
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Motorola Microtac Elite VIP Edition

Year: 1994

Standard: AMPS 800
Factory Code: n/a
TAC: n/a
Notes: The VIP edition has gold lettering and a red LED dot matrix display. One of my favorite Microtac models, and one of the slimmest Microtac phones made.

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by: spectreman
2013. Nov 06. 15:32
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by: spectreman
2013. Nov 06. 15:43
Well, I recently bought another Microtac Elite phone, the standard version, grey case & orange LED display.
Was working ok at first, but found that there was some problem with the number 5 button.
Every time the 5 was pressed, the phone would turn off, wierd !!
So I tried manipulating the 5 button several times, could have been a dirty contact, but after this, the phone is now completely dead, no power on at all. I have opened it up, & put contact cleaner on the button contacts, still no good.
Not happy ! The third phone I have recently bought now that has been a complete dud.

The only good thing that came out of this Elite purchase was it came with the very hard to find Li-Ion battery pack, and it charges up well still. Will use this with the other working Elite VIP.
These Li-Ion battery packs were very expensive, nearly half the cost of the phone itself, so not many people bought them.
I believe that the Microtac Elite was one of the very first, if not the first, mobile phone to use a Li-Ion battery pack.


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