When there was trouble in Gotham City on the 1960s "Batman" TV show, police Commissioner Gordon used a special red phone to call Batman, who was really Bruce Wayne.
A flashing and beeping BatPhone was answered quickly at Wayne Manor. Then Wayne and his young ward Dick Grayson ("Robin,") put on their superhero suits and sped from the Batcave in their Batmobile to battle evil or rescue citizens in distress.
Now anyone can have a flashing red phone just like a superhero! And you can even have a Shakespeare statuette with a hidden remote control to open your Batcave, turn on lights or music, open your garage door, or almost anything else. And you can have a protective dome over your phone like the red phone in Police Commissioner Gordon's office.
Our Batphones are normally used for answer-only, but they can make calls if connected to a phone system with memory dialing, or our BatPhone HOTLINE dialer module or a ring-down circuit (below).
Our BatPhones are NOT toy phones. They are office-quality telephones, assembled in the USA, with classic sixties styling, and two-year warranties. Each phone is tested before shipping.
Photo at left shows our BatPhone serving as a BatSignal in New York's Times Square.
Our BatPhones were inspired by the Batman character co-created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger that appeared in Detective Comics, DC Comics, on ABC television, and in movies and cartoons. We have no relationship with or sanction from any of them. Photos of TV cast from ABC TV. We thank them all.