This half page trader advert from
December 1950 shows the ultimate food mixer which uses a interesting inner
bowl tooth system for the mixer-head guidance. I'm not sure what the
"Lam" stands for, not fully trouble-free means and pretty
dubious about the "severe housewife"!
Why this machine is a
pleasure to sell
(and profitable too of course)
It is designed on entirely new
principles. It is made by one of the foremost firms of precision
engineers in the country. It has been subjected to the most severe
of test by practical housewives. Every job it does, it does
perfectly. It is simplicity itself to assemble, to operate, and, not
least, to clean. It is practically trouble-free. And incidentally,
it is very handsome.
The 'Lammix' mixes, minces,
beats, whisks, kneads, grates, slices, makes sausages, extracts juice,
etc. etc. Apply to address below for full details.
The Multi-purpose Lammix
(Trade Mark) Kitchen Helper
World Patents Pending
AC/DC 200-250 volts or 100-125 volts
Components Ltd., St. Peters, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, 6