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  • Hair iron no idea what this even is
  • Electric razor don't have one
  • Electric toothbrush don't have one
  • Electric pencil sharpener don't have one
  • Electric garage door don't have a garage, or a car
  • Electronic thermometer don't have one
  • Electronic blood pressure meter don't have one
  • Parking sensor don't have one
  • Electric clothes dryer don't have one
  • Electric kettle do have one, but could make do without... just use the stove
  • Immersion heater don't have one
  • Coffee machine don't have one
  • Dishwasher don't have one
  • Microwave oven don't have one
  • Bread maker don't have one
  • Electric griddle don't have one
  • Barbecue grill don't have one
  • Electric or induction stove don't have one
  • Electric oven do have one, but would prefer gas
I think I could quite easily live without all the items on your list, and already do live without most of them. Fridge, freezer and washing machine I wouldn't want to do without though.

In reply to Re^2: poll ideas quest 2011 (modern household appliances) by tobyink
in thread poll ideas quest 2011 by pollsters

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