Most are fine, but I've seen one with a shoddily designed tray which did have to be very level. I redesigned it a little.
A young teenager comes home from school and asks her mother, "Is it true what Rita just told me? That babies come out of the same place where boys put their thingies?"
"Yes, dear," replies her mother, pleased that the subject had finally come up and she wouldn't have to explain it.
Only had it 5 years. It is nowt fancy in terms of what it does - it was
the colour and appearance that appealed - curved door and top - small
ice box inside. The name on it is the name of the maker - whereas Servis
is just a stuck on brand name to give some people a warm feeling,
When I go on holiday, I find it interesting to see the appliances in
villas and in shops. Often names we do not know - yet they look familiar
in most cases. We have a global manufacturing capability and only a few
places actually make key things like motors. The brand is of limited
significance in my opinion. Read the spec, decide if it suits youand go
for it irrespective of the label.
Heck of a lot of Europe have appliances that are every bit as reliable
as the UK ones and their customers are as discriminating - perhaps their
brands are also good!
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