The high-quality classic
The VIA handset is characterised through its high-quality technology and elegant design.
It has a slim and stylish shape and its production is nearly waste-free. VIA is available in many colours and materials and is therefore versatile.
The handset is held in its magnetic base. It can be removed in all directions and easily finds back into its right place. The cable end of the handset ends in the base which spares an extra outlet in the exhibition furniture.
The built-in magnetic switch (reed contact) starts the sound or video clip automatically when the handset is picked up, and also ends automatically when it is put back into place.
VIA’s design is slim and stylish which moves the impression of a technical device into the background.
VIA features high-quality, great sound and durability. Its technical inner parts have been tested thousands of times across the world. An additional option is a switch to change between two languages or different audio clips.
The VIA casing is made using a low-waste, injection-moulding process. The material is glass-fibre reinforced polyamide. It is also possible to order a customised valuable version made of aluminium, stainless steel or extremely robust Hytrel® soft plastic. The antibacterial version consists of plastic with silver ions; the virucidal handset is made of aluminum with a NANO silver coating.
As standard version on stock VIA is available in black, white and two grey shades according to RAL 7045 (tele grey) and RAL classic 7012 (basalt grey). It can also be made in custom colours. The cable is available in various lengths and is particularly durable thanks to the flexible steel tube.
molitor offers short delivery times, its own repair service, custom-made products and a two-year guarantee.
References of molitor-Products
Alpines Museum der Schweiz; ArkDes, Stockholm; Audioversum, Innsbruck; Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center, Or Jehuda, (ISR); California Academy of Sciences; CERN, Genf, Design Week, Mexico; Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin; Erfgoedcentrum Nederlands, Kloosterleven, Sint Agatha (NL); Exploratorium, San Francisco; Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte, Augsburg ; Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg; Henry-Dunant-Museum, Heiden (CH); Imperial War Museum, London; Jüdisches Museum, Wien; Landesmuseum Hannover; Museum Moesgård, Højbjerg; MUSE, Trient; Musée des Confluences, Lyon; Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico; Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia, Mailand; Museum of London; Museum of the City of New York; Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo; National Museum of Australia, Shanghai Film Museum, Staatliches Museum für Politische Geschichte Russlands, St. Petersburg; Stiftung Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden; Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg; Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin; Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm; Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin; Technisches Museum Wien; The Manitoba Museum (CA); Übersee Museum Bremen, Zoo Zürich