Kyocera SS-6KK

Kyocera started production of satellite handsets for use on the Iridium communications network in 1998.

The Kyocera SS-66K and SD-66K were one of the 1st models used by the Iridium network after its creation.

Since the antenna retracts inside the handset when not in use, it was the most convenient Iridium phone to carry and hold.

 

The Kyocera SS-66K Satellite Phone was a lighter alternative to the 9500 Motorola handset, ideal for any remote location.