MOTORLESS WASHER Among Newest Household Robots (Aug, 1935)

In the 1930′s you could call anything a robot. Screwdriver? Nope, it’s a tightening robot. Bucket with a handle on it? Household Washing Robot.

MOTORLESS WASHER Among Newest Household Robots

DOUBLE DECK TWIN BEDS have interchangeable fide rails and end boards, permitting use of beds side by side or one above the other. In making up the double-decker shown above, both head-boards are used on the bottom bed, and extensions added to the legs of the upper to give more headroom.

KITCHEN ROBOT pictured above can, at touch of button, make ice cream, wash cutlery, mix cake batter, mash potatoes, squeeze or mash fruit, grind meat, and do a host of other tasks about kitchen.

MOTORLESS WASHER
cleans clothes in less than five minutes. An agitator plate inside swings back and forth as hand-operated lever is moved with slow, easy strokes.

ALL-PURPOSE COOKER plugs into light socket, does any type of cooking or baking. Shown below are the broiling and baking pans, waffle grids, muffin tin, and oven which fit into chromium-finished unit.

3 comments
  1. Stannous says: February 7, 20073:52 pm

    LOL at Charles’ comment-

    But what’s up with the Chevy logo on the side of the washing machine?

    “KITCHEN ROBOT pictured above can, at touch of button, make ice cream, wash cutlery, mix cake batter, mash potatoes, squeeze or mash fruit, grind meat, and do a host of other tasks about kitchen.”

    All at ONCE? so the choice of language would make it seem.

  2. jaykayess says: February 13, 20078:37 pm

    Motorless! The real robot would seem to be the poor woman who has to stand there cranking that thing for five minutes.

  3. Jeffery Wright says: October 23, 20079:11 am

    kitchen / household robots? thats pretty insensitive… couldnt get away with calling ‘em that these days…. at least until real robotic dames are available:

    http://www.msnbc.msn.co…

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