Teasmade

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Translations

Teasmade

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

Teasmade®

[ˈtiːzmeɪd] nmachine f à faire le thé
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TEASMADES, cassette players and fax machines are among the top retro items that aspiring firsttime buyers would most like to see make a comeback, a survey has found.
Last autumn catalogue shop Boden revealed a range inspired by 60s and 70s prints and John Lewis earlier this year reported massive sales increases for 70s kitchen equipment such as teasmades, steamer saucepans, yoghurt makers and hostess trollies.
The central Alumhurst Hotel has newly opened retro rooms, featuring Teasmades, eiderdown quilts and vintage wallpaper.
In fact, from Teasmades to TVs, the average contents of a bedroom in the UK now exceeds pounds 4,000 in value.
We are still in the early stages but we hope to have Teasmades back early next year," Paul adds.
IN response to customer complaints that they couldn't buy Teasmades any more, a department store chain last week announced that it was to reintroduce the newfangled devices.
I fear my labour began whilst shopping in Currys--somewhere between the Breville sandwich makers and Teasmades.
But the big question is, if Teasmades return to the bedroom, does that mean we will also all be clearing cupboard space for new versions of all the other faddy household appliances we have sent to the car boot over the years?
Easy prizes to be awarded, along with the cuddly toys and Teasmades.
Teasmades have become popular lots on auction website eBay, while the family favourite boardgame, Monopoly, is expecting a revival after a revamp to allow players to buy properties by Visa instead of cash.
The earliest Teasmades were gas affairs from the 19th century and it was not until electrical consumer goods became more widespread in the 1930s that the contraption caught on.