My fifties coffee-machinery. Not easy to handle, this line up, when you are in a hurry in the morning.
Who isn't? Always looking for the kettles power cord which sneaky disappeared.
The heater plates plug doesn't fit the nowadays wall outlets. So roll off an extension cord. The thing isn't grounded
either. Better stay at the table, you will stumble upon the cords while walking around, and thus also wipe your dish from the
table. No fun eating your eggs from the floor.
So, nothing positive to mention? Yes, the chromium shine makes me feel better than my modern, gloomy black
instant coffee machine. Besides, the chrome kettle whistles when the water boils, something that modern devices
don't do for you. At the best you get an electronic beep.