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PIFCO ELECTRIC TIE PRESS, 1955

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PIFCO ELECTRIC TIE PRESS, 1955

Slide the tie down the blade and plug the unit in.

Bruce Hammond Collection

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  • My husband has worn a tie ever since he was at school, he's now 76 and still elicits comments because of it. I was given a Pifco tie press so that I could press his silk ties which I washed rather than have dry cleaned (tight Yorkshireman!) Then I forgot about it and brought it out today. It has a socket plug which I'm loth to use, perhaps I'll fit a three pin plug with a 5 amp fuse and hope for the best.
    .......... Mary Fisher, LeedsYorkshire, 5th of September 2015

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