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Swedish kitchen adverts part 2
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Post# 1159685   9/17/2022 at 02:59 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        

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We start with another Electrolux ad, this one is about the Electrolux home service.

Post# 1159697 , Reply# 1   9/17/2022 at 06:09 by gizmo (Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia)        

Thanks for posting Louis, that is a great video.

At 5:45 the washing machine is branded Elux-Miele!

Post# 1159698 , Reply# 2   9/17/2022 at 06:33 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        

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It appears that I posted this same video a few weeks ago to in part 1. There are two channels with Swedish ads, Teknik 2000 and Svensk Nostalgi. Totally forgot about that while I watched the full video back then. Age and Nutrasweet! lol

Yes, an Elux-Miele indeed. Nowadays Electrolux is the much bigger company, back then not yet I guess.

Post# 1160229 , Reply# 3   9/23/2022 at 15:07 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        
One year later

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With the "DISK o TVÄTT o MAT".

Post# 1160230 , Reply# 4   9/23/2022 at 15:14 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        

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When your dishwasher breaks.

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Post# 1160288 , Reply# 5   9/24/2022 at 08:08 by vacerator (Macomb, Michigan)        
My grandma used to say

"You need double the dishes with a dishwashe". Back then only one aunt had one, and they had 7 kids, so they needed double sets anyway. Her early 60's Kitchen Aid wasn't that big. Her Tappan 400 double gas ovens had as much space. It'd take the woman in the video a week to wash all those with a small machine.

Post# 1160964 , Reply# 6   10/2/2022 at 18:44 by vacbear58 (Sutton In Ashfield, East Midlands, UK)        
Milda Margerine

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"I Love Mondays"

Loving the double Electrolux fridge/freezer :)


Post# 1161019 , Reply# 7   10/2/2022 at 22:57 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        

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Possibly two fridges. I know newer kitchens had two double door fridges next to eachother.

I like the stove/cooker too.

Post# 1161159 , Reply# 8   10/5/2022 at 02:50 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        
Husqvarna 1965

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The two frontloaders and the twin tub are all relabelled AEG products, but I'm not sure what company made the compact set.

The other machines are automatics, the compact set semi-automatic.

Post# 1161180 , Reply# 9   10/5/2022 at 12:10 by appnut (TX)        

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Oooh, I like the twinnie with the H-axis rather than impellar or agitator based washing compartment.

Post# 1161214 , Reply# 10   10/6/2022 at 08:01 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        

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I have a soft spot for them too Bob. Especially for the automatic one in the shop window that is a bit bigger than the compact set that has the leading part in this video. The one in the shop window is a Husqvarna relabelled AEG Turnamat, a machine I mentioned on this site rather often. lol

Post# 1161315 , Reply# 11   10/8/2022 at 01:27 by vacbear58 (Sutton In Ashfield, East Midlands, UK)        

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There was so much to like in that video, and great to see the "Twosome" that we had discussed before with the washer paired with the slightly differently sized spin dryer. In some ways this could be argued as the best of all worlds, the convenience of an automatic (or perhaps in this case semi automatic) with a high efficiency spin dryer

Post# 1161316 , Reply# 12   10/8/2022 at 01:31 by vacbear58 (Sutton In Ashfield, East Midlands, UK)        

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This is what out Which magazine had to say about it in 1973. They rated it good value for money, I would love to find one someday although they are a rarity in the UK to say the least of it

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Post# 1161317 , Reply# 13   10/8/2022 at 01:38 by vacbear58 (Sutton In Ashfield, East Midlands, UK)        
Two products Dual and Comfort

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We also had Dual floor cleaner and polish in the UK although the bottle was different. As I recall it was better on linoleum or vinyl tiled floors than ceramic tiles.

And Comfort remains a big brand of Fabric Softener, in 1965 it was pretty much unheard of. Hard to tell what brand the top loading H axis machine is but there is a good, if brief view of the Husquvarna branded AEG washer


Post# 1161322 , Reply# 14   10/8/2022 at 05:32 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        

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The Turnamat S was the second generation one. It was more efficiently (or somewhat cheaper if you want) than the first generation Turnamat we see in the window of the shop in the video. It was the Turnamat S that made an automatic washing machine reachable for a lot of people. Despite AEG's price policies (a set price for them) a lot of dealers sold them for a lot less than AEG wanted.

Post# 1164215 , Reply# 15   11/18/2022 at 14:11 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        
Elektrohelios 1966

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Post# 1164283 , Reply# 16   11/19/2022 at 04:44 by vacbear58 (Sutton In Ashfield, East Midlands, UK)        
Volta Vacuum Cleaner

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1966 film - Volta was an Electrolux brand. In this country they were, generally, variations on the standard Electrolux model line of this time but this one is rather different, with various design features which would not be seen on their Electrolux line for several years. This cleaner, or variations of it have appeared in several other films we have posted

Post# 1164849 , Reply# 17   11/25/2022 at 14:15 by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        
Radion 1966

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The washing machine is a Bosch.

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