Since the man began to wear clothes, beforehe was faced with the question of how to wash it. The necessity of washing clothes existed at all times and among all peoples. Hand washing was always, but the history of the invention of devices that would facilitate it, begins several centuries ago. Only March 28, 1797 in the United States Nathaniel Briggs from New Hampshire patented the first washing machine, which is a wooden box with a movable frame.
This dishwasher company "CharlesKolston "cost 85 guineas. The first dishwasher was patented in 1886 by Josephine Cochrane, but it was used only in factories because of the huge amount of water necessary for its operation. Home dishwashers came into use in the 1970s.
The first electric hair dryer was invented in 1890 by the owner of the French beauty salon Alexander Codfa. This aluminum fender of 1925 had two settings and a wooden handle.
Radio Regency TR-1 was the smallest wireless radio that appeared on the market in 1955.
William Henry Hoover purchased a patent for a vacuum cleaner in 1908. It was his first commercial version - "Model 0", which was used in the 1920s.
The first commercially successful toaster - D12, released by General Electric in 1909. A British company called Crompton & Company created an electric toaster in 1893.
The portable phone DynaTAC 8000x could offer 30 minutes of talk time. It was released in 1983, it cost 3995 dollars.
Microwave was invented in 1946. It was released in the United States in the late 1940s, and in the United Kingdom in 1959. This model of the late 1960's.
The electric washing machine appeared in 1906. The one in the photo is dated in 1927. It was one of the first models with an electric stirrer.
"Tin" TV was released by John LougeByrd in 1930, but only about 1,000 pieces were sold, as it was cheaper to buy a do-it-yourself TV. The first television broadcast took place in 1929.
Refrigerator with monitor top 1927got its name from the compressor at the top, which resembled the cylindrical tower of the stormtrooper Monitor. It was the first refrigerator made entirely of steel, not of wood.
With electric kettles experimenting in the 1890syears, but the first kettle with a liquid immersion heater was produced by Swan Company in 1922. He could heat 2.8 liters of water in 9 minutes.
A relatively futuristic 8-bit home computer Commodore VIC-20 was released in 1980.