The Goblin D26 was introduced in 1954 to replace the unsuccessful D23. The alarm was a traditional 12 hour system. Initially the D26 made use of the last of the D23 bodies, then a new bakelite version was introduced. The clock too was replaced, to match that of the new the D25, which was launched in 1955. The wiring remained with a two pin kettle socket with an external earth. The D26 was later replaced by the Goblin D26b, and the series was discontinued in 1965.
1954 Goblin Teasmade D26
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