Teasmade


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Teasmade

Teasmaid® [ˈtiːzmeɪd] Ntetera f automática (que funciona al sonar el despertador)

Teasmade®

[ˈtiːzmeɪd] nmachine f à faire le thé
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The flashing teasmade was the star, a dancing diva going increasingly bonkers.
There were automatic teamakers long before even that, but they did not have the alarm function which set the Teasmade apart from mere kettles and tawdry coffee machines.
If the three of them got together they could invent a Teasmade that also swept the crumbs up afterwards.
But it's not selling as well as the Monica Lewinsky Teasmade - it's a Goblin.
These include a Victorian skirtlifter, clockwork burglar alarm, automatic potato scraper, early mechanical adding machine, Victorian vacuum cleaner, original Teasmade machine, trouser press and talking clock.
The idea was developed by Brenner Thornton, using a rather safer electric kettle which became the famous Goblin Teasmade of 1937.
PETER JENKINSON selects six of the best multitaskers you shouldn't be without The appeal for gadgets that perform two tasks started back in the Teasmade days, when 1970s luxury living saw consumers wake up to a freshly brewed cuppa.
Incredibly, in spite of all this hitech jiggery-pokery, the one facility it doesn't have is a Teasmade.
However, the Teasmade was never a machine that turned me on, if only for the reason that it never made me my perfect cup of tea.
THEY were as common in 1970s bedrooms as candlewick bed covers and Paisley pyjamas and now the Teasmade is set to make a comeback.
Forget the fondue set and teasmade, and use your wedding as the perfect excuse to go for some smart items you've always had your eye on.
A fifties-model Teasmade -now considered a design classic, before the world went rattan mad in the 70s (left and top right); Cutting edge interiors, 1979-style -a Habitat ribbed sofa, and coffee table with all the necessary items for a relaxing evening