The really useful gadget thread ; Part one the Tassimo

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  1. Taxi

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    I would like to introduce you all to a gadget that could change the way we think and perform
    And effectively change the way we run our life's organizing our daily bread
    A product so advanced of it's time frame that it gives itself the big Carte Blanche to superimpose its mystic upon our psyche and moral well being.

    Life is tough and truly will take no prisoners.
    It is all just a big fook off game of snakes and ladders with a big sweaty snake on 83 that will reduce you back to your liquified sense of reality in the passing of a mouse click

    But it does not have to be so tough
    Snakes are snakes and ladders are ladders
    We fall we climb back up again
    But how nice to ascend back up with a pot of Tassimo to hand !
    Gadget makers out there who posses incredible foresight and vision and an uncanny understanding of our requirements on mother earth
    Engineering caricatures well in advance of themselve constantly striving like doozers on wiz to improve our lot in life.

    Cellarites without further to do I give you all the Tassimo !
    A machine that brews the most amazing home made coffees lattes macheretos and hot chocolates that the undeserved palate has ever had the chance to inwardly digest

    Up to two weeks ago I had never heard of this modern day wonder.
    And now we are as one with the cosmos

    TASSIMO FIDELIA (T40) makes it easy to enjoy that coffee shop experience at home, at the touch of a button – and its generous 2 litre capacity makes it easy to share the pleasure with friends and family, too.
    The self-cleaning programme and removable water tank make light work of maintenance. Everyone’s favourite beverages are perfectly served, every time, thanks to Intellibrew technology as well as features like the adjustable, removable cup stand.
    So fill up, sit back and relax. Everyone will feel at home with TASSIMO FIDELIA (T40).

    Costa coffeE T pods taste exactly like costa coffee
    Lattes Carte Noire Cappuccino
    And the crem de la crem has to be the Latte caramael Macchiato which will drop you to your knees with happiness

    This is the best gadget I have ever used to date apart from my braun electric toothbrush .
    And so cost effective if you buy the pods from Asda who are currently selling costa coffee pods at a mouthwatering 20p a go. They taste exactly like a costa coffee served in some ponce shop at 10x the price whilst hoping your next door neighbor will see you in there to accend your feelings of self importance and one upmanship on facebook and fookwittery .
    I promise faithfully that this will heartily impress or I will verily fall on my old man sword for extracting the piss on a quiet Wednesday night.

    The best drink machine on the market at this present time.
    Like wow !



    Thanks for listening
    Any one else own one and confirm there brilliance ?
    And what then is your personal favorite gadget to date that you haved messed around with?
    Adios for now ;

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  2. braun electric toothbrush?

    La-de-da. Posh fucker.
     
  3. DiscoSteve

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  4. i kne albert davy

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    Bollocks I've got a wife that can brew up why would I piss about with some bloody machine. now the satnav what an invention that is let me instantly chuck 20 A to Zs outta the van.
     
  5. DiscoSteve

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    This is my favourite gadget
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    Thick end of a thousand notes to print personalised coasters, dogfood tin lids and various other useless plastic thingummies
    Working on printing an Orrery at the moment!
     
  6. dickie davies

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    I used to have a Nesspresso machine which made wonderful tasting coffee and like the Tassimo cost about 20p per pod.
    However, when I was ordering coffee at £80 a time it made me doubt it was value for money.
    I bought a reconditioned Gaggia and buy good quality filter coffee from discounters such as B&M or Home Bargain as they always have something available. If it's a particularly good buy I'll purchase a few bags and I'll enjoy as equally good coffee as the Nesspresso at a quarter of the price

    The most useful gadget in any house is the washing machine
    Now before I'm called gay, I'll give you my reason
    If I didn't have one, the Mrs would be spending all her time hand washing or stood round a twin tub and if that was the case, the rest of the housework, cooking, cleaning etc would never get done
     
  7. Taxi

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    Me and Seosa laughing our tits off !

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  8. TangerineSteve17

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    Dunno about now, probably a smartphone or something. But when I was 9 or 10 I swapped a mate my pen torch for his flick-comb. I must've looked like a right nob cos I took it around with me and pretended I had a knife to people. But then i'd press the button and flick-comb my hair. Well I thought it was cool at the time anyway.
     
  9. Taxi

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    I think Dickie that a real brew for around the circa 20pence mark that makes you smile a lot when you clack it down and lifts the spirits immensely can be considered fair value for money.
    In the past when I returned home from foreign fields there was nothing in the world more quintessential English than to rip the foil of the top of a new Nescafe jar and inhale deeply.
    A beautiful smell and a mind blowing taste .
    Fact of the matter is though that Nescafe after a day or two of merging with oxygen loses its appetite for life tasting like a run of the mill damp squid.

    These Tassimo machines are simple and efficient at what they do
    And that is to refresh Joe soaps inner being with a caffeine hit fit for a royal birth (on topic)

    Washing machines are indeed the second comming
    We used to rent a twin tub in 1979
    We had to both sit on it as it reverberated around the kitchen with a mind of its own
    The nappies were removed after totally inefficient washing in a sea of turds and transferred to the rinse and spin cycle
    We then through tormented nostrils removed the nappies and mangled them through rollers into a laundry basket
    How proud we both were as our pan lids brown nappies blew and fluttered in the spring breeze airing and settling back into a shape fit to grace an infants holy arshole
    Should not complain though as pre-seventies they had to hit it with a stick in the local brook.

    Any one care to elaborate and expand on the Ewe-bank carpet cleaner : )
     
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  10. denislawsbackheel

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    washing machine
    dishwasher
    bread maker
    apple tv
    chromecast

    but far and away the best

    whatever machine you use to stream music
     

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