Teasmade – Goblin deluxe 835, superb condition



A Teasmade can be seen in the opening sequence of the music video for I Want to Break Free by Queen.

Images pictured include our tea set, but you’ll need to add yours. This product offering includes Teasmade deluxe, tray, kettle and jug.

1 in stock


Superb Condition. In working order.
Including clock with alarm, light(s), tray, Kettle and jug. Converted to Australian connection.
Manufactured in 1972, the Epitome of Teasmade Taste. (It was Goblin’s Top of the line model, and was about £42 in 1972 in the UK, or about 2 weeks wages at the time.)
A Goblin Teasmade

teasmade is a device for making tea automatically, which was once common in the United Kingdom and some of its former colonies. They generally feature an analogue alarm clock and are designed to be used at the bedside, to ensure tea is ready first thing in the morning. Although crude versions existed in Victorian times, they only became practical with the availability of electric versions in the 1930s. They reached their peak in popularity in the 1960s and 1970s, but have since declined to the extent that in the few places they are sold new, it is as a retro novelty item.

The name teasmade is an example of a genericized trademark; although Goblin originally marketed their teamakers under this name, it is now commonly used to refer to any automatic teamaking appliance.

Additional information

Weight 1.6 kg
Dimensions 45 x 15 x 15 cm
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