Home appliances are electrical/mechanical machines which accomplish some household functions, such as cooling/heating, cooking or cleaning. Home appliances can be classified into: major appliances, or white goods, small appliances, consumer electronics, or brown goods in regions with UK influence. This division is also noticeable in the maintenance and repair of these kinds of products. Brown goods usually require high technical knowledge and skills (which get more complex with time, such as going from a soldering iron to a hot-air soldering station), while white goods may need more practical skills and “brute force” to manipulate the devices and heavy tools required to repair them. Given a broad usage, the domestic application attached to “home appliance” is tied to the definition of appliance as “an instrument or device designed for a particular use or function”. More specifically, Collins dictionary defines “home appliance” as: “devices or machines, usually electrical, that are in your home and which you use to do jobs such as cleaning or cooking.” The broad usage, afforded to the definition allows for nearly any device intended for domestic use to be a home appliance, including consumer electronics as well as stoves, refrigerators, toasters and air conditioners to light bulbs and water well pumps. (wikipedia.org)
Furniture, Home Appliances, Misc Accessories, Seating
Beautiful vintage step ladder stool made in Belgium in the 1980s. The frame of the ladder is made of stainless steel. The steps are made of plywood and melamine in a beautiful light gray pattern. This item is in good condition and could be a great addition if you could use some extra height in your home from time to time.
Collectibles, Home Appliances, Misc Accessories
Face Standard rotary phone in full working condition. The phone dates from the 1970s, was produced in Italy and is kept in good condition.
Collectibles, Home Appliances, Misc Accessories, Special Discounts
Chrome hair dryer in Bauhaus style of the former Siemens Schuckert Werke who took over the Protos company in 1908. The hair dryer has a hot and a cold setting and different fan levels which can be selected with the bakelite switch. The machine is in full working order. Marked on the handle: EDU III – hand imprinted number 045 – triangle VDE – 220 V – 540 W.